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Old 03-26-2014, 12:19 PM   #71
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I cut and pasted the following: (thanks to all that served)

Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area
(Available to Active Duty Military, Reservists, National Guard, Coast Guard, Retired Military, DoD Civilians and 100% Disabled Veteran with DoD Id card)

The Department of Defense has established DOD Instruction 1015.10, dated 31 Oct 96. Enclosure 3 details Authorized Patronage of Military MWR Programs. While all services follow this Instruction, they've also written their own to cover separate regulations.
Below is a copy of DOD Instruction 1015.10, Enclosure 3.2.1, which lists Unlimited use of MWR Programs:

Below is a copy of DOD Instruction 1015.10, Enclosure 3.2.2, which lists Limited use of MWR Programs:

unless I read this wrong it looks like 1a. 1b. 1c. 1d. allows for civilian usage
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Old 03-26-2014, 12:23 PM   #72
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I cut and pasted the following: (thanks to all that served)

Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area
(Available to Active Duty Military, Reservists, National Guard, Coast Guard, Retired Military, DoD Civilians and 100% Disabled Veteran with DoD Id card)

The Department of Defense has established DOD Instruction 1015.10, dated 31 Oct 96. Enclosure 3 details Authorized Patronage of Military MWR Programs. While all services follow this Instruction, they've also written their own to cover separate regulations.
Below is a copy of DOD Instruction 1015.10, Enclosure 3.2.1, which lists Unlimited use of MWR Programs:

Below is a copy of DOD Instruction 1015.10, Enclosure 3.2.2, which lists Limited use of MWR Programs:

Foot note 1.a of 1015.10 pretty much says that regardless of what all the written rules say, the commander has the final say in all functions regarding who can use his/her installation MWR Programs.

Nothing new there. So in the end,the commander has the last word.
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Old 03-26-2014, 12:29 PM   #73
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"Foot note 1.a of 1015.10 pretty much says that regardless of what all the written rules say, the commander has the final say in all functions regarding who can use his/her installation MWR Programs.

Nothing new there. So in the end,the commander has the last word"


I think that pretty much covers the subject. Don't see any benefit in continuing with this thread as it appears that everyone's got their heads made up......
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Old 03-26-2014, 12:30 PM   #74
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"Foot note 1.a of 1015.10 pretty much says that regardless of what all the written rules say, the commander has the final say in all functions regarding who can use his/her installation MWR Programs.

Nothing new there. So in the end,the commander has the last word"

I think that pretty much covers the subject. Don't see any benefit in continuing with this thread as it appears that everyone's got their heads made up......

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Old 03-26-2014, 12:37 PM   #75
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Agree, just though I would post what I found about the DOD policy. Each service has their rules based on the DOD rules. Myself, would allow every veteran who served their country honorably use the FAMCAMP. Thanks to those who have served.
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Old 03-26-2014, 12:46 PM   #76
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Agree, just though I would post what I found about the DOD policy. Each service has their rules based on the DOD rules. Myself, would allow every veteran who served their country honorably use the FAMCAMP. Thanks to those who have served.
Well said and I agree. As far as the commanders authority for the final say in any matter regarding his/hers installation - those of you who are in the military,served in the military or work in or on a military installation know that the commander has the final say and rightly so.
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Old 03-26-2014, 02:00 PM   #77
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Well said and I agree. As far as the commanders authority for the final say in any matter regarding his/hers installation - those of you who are in the military,served in the military or work in or on a military installation know that the commander has the final say and rightly so.
Well I don't agree and I will keep trying because its not right.
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Old 03-26-2014, 02:15 PM   #78
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Well said and I agree. As far as the commanders authority for the final say in any matter regarding his/hers installation - those of you who are in the military,served in the military or work in or on a military installation know that the commander has the final say and rightly so.
I just don't think the commander has the final say, thats the trouble we now have with women getting abused in the military, commanders have the final say is the problem. If I can't do anything about it then maybe I can get the civilian campgrounds to make a complaint thats in the area, there is more ways than one to skin a cat.
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Old 03-26-2014, 02:42 PM   #79
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Spock123, there will be something done to better accommodate authorized ID card holders at this FAMCAMP! The difficulty management has at this location is balancing the needs of all patrons with ID card holders having priority to facilities.
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Old 03-26-2014, 03:12 PM   #80
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Spock123, there will be something done to better accommodate authorized ID card holders at this FAMCAMP! The difficulty management has at this location is balancing the needs of all patrons with ID card holders having priority to facilities.
Thanks, I appreclate that, these big words I have to look up in the dictionary
But many thanks. Its a campground I like to go to all months, fall is nice to fish some. Just a nice little campground, maybe I'll see you down there sometime.
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