S-1  Administration Personnel

Administrative Documents

In this section, you will find links to official files in Portable Document Format (PDF).  These files should open in a new window for your viewing.  If you have any questions or comments about these files, or wish to report broken links, please use the "Contact Us" buttons on this page.

Detachment Operational Files

VAVS Form (DoF link)

Useful administrative links

US Constution

Bill of Rights


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DD 214

Semper Fi Magazine Article 
Submittal Procedures


Chaplains Corner

The office of the detachment chaplain has the potential of being the most rewarding office in the Marine Corps League. It goes far beyond the opening and closing prayers in the monthly meetings. The detachment chaplain is the spiritual backbone of the Marine Corps League. Sixty years ago the “Guide Book for Marines” carried a profound statement in the chapter on leadership under moral courage.  Most of the detachment chaplains are not ordained ministers, however most have appeared to be devoted spiritual leaders. It is noteworthy that they have volunteered to give it a try. The detachment chaplain is most likely a member of a local church.

Should you like to discuss anything with the Detachment Chaplin, please click the contact us button.


Detachment Officers

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There are 2 groups within the command structure.  Elected and Appointed.  Elected officers serve a 1 year term of office, and are chosen by the general membership.  Appointed Staff, serve in the position, at the will of the Commandant.

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In the "underlined" links to the left, you will find information on types of membership, membership dues, a membership application, how to recruit and keep members and should the need arise, how to request a transfer to a new detachment.  As well as other membership directly related information and documents.


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