The information below is intended to provide Reserve Units with an idea of what is available to them aboard Camp Pendleton for their training use, as well as the needed understanding and tools to facilitate this training.
Reserve training aboard the installation is dictated by Base Order 1515.2_ and its respective enclosures. All units desiring to train aboard the Base are required to read this order in its entirety and complete all of the necessary forms and agreements included in its enclosures.
The orders and enclosures are as follows:
BASE ORDER 1515.2C Training SOPs
Encl. 1 Annual Training Guidelines
Encl. 2 Logistical Support Guidelines
Encl. 3 Communications Support Guidelines
Encl. 4 Administration Guidelines
Encl. 5 Personnel Services Guidelines
Encl. 6 Environmental Data Form Training Supplement
In order to conduct weekend training aboard Camp Pendleton, your unit planners will need to read Base Order BO1500.15F in its entirety
This order covers the additional requirements needed from the unit to conduct its training aboard the Base over the weekend. Key forms that must be submitted to the DPC/RSU S-3/S-4 Training/Billeting are:
Units must have current MSDS's, as well as possess the requisite HAZMAT support, if they plan to bring or use any hazardous materials aboard the camp.
Camp Talega maintains two large capacity classrooms (building 64322), which are available for meetings and classes. DPC/RSU S-3 Operations/Training is the point of contact for scheduling use of the classrooms
Points of Contact
Operations/Training Officer: 725-7089
Operations/Training Chief: 725-7071
Operations/Training Office: 725-7229
Operations/Training FAX: 725-6954
Logistics Office: 725-9824
Billeting Office: 725-0829
Logistics FAX: 725-7552