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MSGID/GENADMIN/CG TECOM QUANTICO VA//
SUBJ/Q3 FY23 APPROVED DOCTRINE AND TRAINING PUBLICATIONS//
NARR/REF (A) IS MARINE CORPS PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND REPROGRAPHICS EQUIPMENT REGULATIONS//
POC/F. GILL/CIV/TRNGCMD/MARDET FT LEONARD WOOD/TEL: COMM (573) 596-0708/EMAIL: FRANCIS.D.GILL.CIV@MAIL.MIL//
POC/P. STOKES/CIV/TRNGCMD/MARINE CORPS COMMUNICATIONS-ELECTRONIC SCHOOL/TEL: COMM (760) 830-6367/EMAIL: PAUL.L.STOKES@USMC.MIL//
POC/D. HUFF/CIV/TECOM/PSD/TEL: COMM (703) 784-6228/EMAIL: DIANE.HUFF@USMC.MIL//
POC/M. BROWN/CAPT (USN)/TECOM/CHAPLAIN/TEL: COMM (703) 784-4067/EMAIL: MICHAEL.D.BROWN7@USMC.MIL//
POC/G. HAZLETT/CDR/TECOM/PSD/TEL: COMM (703) 432-2278/EMAIL: GREGORY.HAZLETT@USMC.MIL//
POC/A. JANNERETH/CIV/TECOM/PSD/DB/TEL: COMM (703) 432-8493/EMAIL: ADAM.L.JANNERETH@USMC.MIL//
GENTEXT/REMARKS/1. The following publications are available via the Marine Corps Doctrine Website https:(slash)(slash)usmc.sharepoint-mil.us/sites/MCEN_Support_MCDoctrine:
1.a. Marine Corps Tactical Publication (MCTP) 10-10H, Multi-Service Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (MTTP) for Combined Arms Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD), was approved on 18 May 2023. It supersedes MCTP 10-10H, MTTP for Weapons of Mass Destruction Elimination Operations, dated 1 November 2013. This publication discusses how to conduct CWMD missions from the theater and Service levels to combined arms task forces or teams. MCTP 10-10H provides operational and tactical-level commanders, staffs, and key agencies a primary reference for planning, executing, and assessing combined arms CWMD. It applies to commanders, staffs, and civilian agency employees executing or supporting combined arms CWMD.
1.b. Marine Corps Reference Publication (MCRP) 3-30B.2, Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF)Communications System, was approved on 1 June 2023. It supersedes MCRP 3-30B.2, MAGTF Communications System (MCS), dated 8 January 2010, erratum dated 2 May 2016, and change 1 dated 4 April 2018. This publication outlines the responsibilities of the MCS planners, installers, defenders, and users. MCRP 3-30B.2 focuses on the communications system that supports the MAGTF operationally and addresses the MCS’s support to the Marine Corps’ component headquarters. It describes the information systems and services that support command and control, communications system employment, and supporting networks. This publication applies to MAGTF commanders, staff officers, and Marines who support command and control.
1.c. MCRP 3-20.7, MTTP for Fighter Integration, was approved on 9 June 2023. It supersedes MCRP 3-20.7, MTTP for Fighter Integration, dated 15 June 2020. This publication is classified and available at https:(slant)(slant)intelshare.intelink.sgov.gov/sites/alsa.
1.d. MCRP 3-03D.1, MTTP for Advising Foreign Security Forces (FSF), was approved on 15 June 2023 It supersedes MCRP 3-03D.1, MTTP for Advising FSF, dated 13 November 2017. This publication provides guidance and tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTP) to enable personnel to successfully perform FSF missions such as advisor team planning and training. It provides guidance that improves inter-Service coordination for this joint mission. MCRP 3-03D.1 incorporates Service positions relating to preparing, controlling, and employing advisors with FSF. It is designed for use by advisors at all levels in any region or theater. This publication applies to commanders and their staffs that participate in or support FSF advising missions.
1.e. MCRP 3-10.2, MTTP for Military Diving, was approved on 16 June 2023. It supersedes MCRP 3-10.2, MTTP for Military Diving Operations, dated 2 January 2019. This publication is a single source reference to effectively plan and integrate diving operations. MCRP 3-10.2 describes United States military dive mission areas, force structure, equipment, and capabilities each Service can provide to joint operations. It applies to Service commanders and their staffs that plan diving operations.
1.f. MCRP 3-20F.4, MTTP for Airspace Control, was approved on 21 June 2023. It supersedes MCRP 3-20F.4, MTTP for Airspace Control, dated 14 February 2019. This publication is a reference to facilitate multi-Service coordination, integration, and control of airspace during exercises, contingencies, and other operations where Service components share airspace for operational use. MCRP 3-20F.4 establishes TTP for planning, coordinating, and executing airspace control in a multi-Service environment. It applies to all commanders and their staffs.
1.g. MCTP 3-30D, Religious Ministry in the United States Marine Corps, was approved on 21 June 2023. It supersedes MCTP 3-30D, Religious Ministry in the United States Marine Corps, dated 4 April 2018; and cancels MCRP 3-30D.3, Religious Ministry Team Handbook, and MCRP 3-30D.4, The Commander’s Handbook for Religious Ministry Support. This publication provides a broad overview of religious ministry in the Marine Corps and applies to any religious ministry team serving with deployed Marines and on installations. MCTP 3-30D informs commanders on what they can anticipate from the chaplains, religious program specialists, and others who support the command religious program. This publication is applicable to commanders at all levels.
1.h. MCRP 6-10.1, Spiritual Fitness Leader’s Guide, was approved on 22 June 2023. It is a new publication designed to equip leaders with the information necessary to understand and lead in spiritual fitness. This publication will enable leaders to grow in their own spiritual fitness as well as to lead, teach, and facilitate periods of instruction, professional military education, and professional spiritual fitness discussions. MCRP 6-10.1 provides leaders with evidence-based information that outlines the benefits of spiritual fitness both on an individual and unit level. It complements MCTP 3-30D, Religious Ministry in the United States Marine Corps.
1.i. MCRP 3-05.1, MTTP for survival, evasion, and recovery. It supersedes MCRP 3-05.1, MTTP for survival, evasion, and recovery dated 21 August 2019. This publication is a single source reference on basic survival, evasion, and recovery information. MCRP 3-05.1 is designed to assist all Service members in a survival situation regardless of geographic location. It applies to all commanders, their staffs, and Service members that participate in operations that are at high risk for an isolation event requiring survival, evasion, and recovery actions.
2. Coordinating Instructions. Units can request hard copy publications via https:(slash)(slash)www.marines.mil/News/Publications/MCPEL/Print-Publications/. Print requirements for publicly releasable publications are outlined in reference (a), paragraphs 4.a.2.a.2.b and 4.a.2.a.2.c. Publication control numbers (PCNs), limited dissemination controls (LDCs), and managers are:
2.a. MCTP 10-10H, MTTP for Combined Arms Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction.
2.a.1. PCN: 147 000060 01.
2.a.2. LDC: Federal Employees and Contractors Only (FEDCON).
2.a.3. Manager: Marine Detachment Fort Leonard Wood.
2.b. MCRP 3-30B.2, MAGTF Communications System.
2.b.1. PCN: 144 000256 01.
2.b.2. LDC: FEDCON.
2.b.3. Manager: Marine Corps Communications-Electronics School.
2.c. MCRP 3-20.7, MTTP for Fighter Integration.
2.c.1. PCN: 144 000265 01.
2.c.2. LDC: N / A. Publication classified.
2.c.3. Manager: Policy and Standards Division (PSD).
2.d. MCRP 3-03D.1, MTTP for Advising Foreign Security Forces.
2.d.1. PCN: 144 000174 01.
2.d.2. LDC: None.
2.d.3. Manager: PSD.
2.e. MCRP 3-10.2, MTTP for Military Diving.
2.e.1. PCN: 144 000198 01.
2.e.2. LDC: None.
2.e.3. Manager: PSD.
2.f. MCRP 3-20F.4, MTTP for Airspace Control.
2.f.1. PCN: 144 000274 01.
2.f.2. LDC: Dissemination List – (Government and Contractors Only) (DL (GOV-CON)).
2.f.3. Manager: PSD.
2.g. MCTP 3-30D, Religious Ministry in the United States Marine Corps.
2.g.1. PCN: 147 000031 01.
2.g.2. LDC: None.
2.g.3. Manager: Training and Education Command Chaplain.
2.h. MCRP 6-10.1, Spiritual Fitness Leader’s Guide.
2.h.1. PCN: 144 000039 00.
2.h.2. LDC: None.
2.h.3. Manager: PSD.
2.i. MCRP 3-05.1, MTTP for Survival, Evasion, and Recovery.
2.i.1. PCN: 144 000068 01.
2.i.2. LDC: DL (GOV-CON).
2.i.3. Manager: PSD.
3. Military Standard 2525E (MIL-STD-2525E) was approved on 31 December 2022 and promulgated on 3 August 2023. It is the instructional publication for, and governs creation and use of, all symbols and icons used throughout the Department of Defense (DoD). This publication is approved for use by all DoD departments and agencies and available for use by non-DoD entities (e.g., first responders, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, United Nations, multinational partners). Doctrine and training publication managers or authors must use symbols found in MIL-STD-2525E when maintaining or creating their assigned publications. A copy can be found on the Marine Corps doctrine website at https:(slant)(slant)usmc.sharepoint-mil.us/:b:/r/sites/MCEN_Support_MCDoctrine/Shared%20Documents/References/Dictionaries/MIL-STD-2525E_2022%2012%2010.pdf?csf=1&web=1&e=CGhGdn
4. This MARADMIN is applicable to the Marine Corps Total Force.
5. Release authorized by Lieutenant General Kevin M. Iiams, Commanding General, Training and Education Command.//