Welcome to the official Facebook page of the Boathouse at MCRD San Diego. Open since 1937.
Here at the Boathouse, also known as the Bay View Marina Club, we are accessible to all Military and DOD personnel and their family and friends. As a part of Semper Fit, we offer an abundant amount of recreational activity for all ages. From canoeing to sailing, we have a multitude of options for all Military personnel and DOD employees as well as their family and friends.
Calling all active duty military personnel! Are you looking for fun ways to complete your PT? Come down and use all of our kayaks for PT for free! Please see our personnel for more information.
Looking to get a sailing permit? Upon successful completion of our sailing class the customer receives their sailing permit, which is accepted around the world at almost all military bases. Our classes cost $50 for two days and the sailing permit also allows the user full access to our motor boats. Please see our personnel for more information.
Throwing a party? Come on down to our pavilions! We have four different pavilions and party areas that can be rented for $25 a day. All guests of the authorized patrons are welcome; please see our personnel for more information.
USS Recruit was a landlocked "dummy" training ship of the United States Navy, located at the Naval Training Center in the Point Loma area of San Diego. She was built to scale, two-thirds the size of a destroyer escort, and was commissioned on July 27, 1949. Recruit was commissioned for 18 years, for much of that period the only landlocked ship to hold that status in the U.S. Navy."Sailing" on a sea of concrete at the Naval Training Center, she assisted with the training of over 50,000 new recruits per year, providing an education in the fundamentals of shipboard drills and procedures, using standard deck and bridge gear like that found on all naval vessels, including lifelines, accommodation ladders, signal halyards, searchlights, the engine order telegraph and the helm. However, due to her landlocked status, Recruit lacked an engine or screw, and therefore was affectionately nicknamed the "USS Neversail." Reflecting her dual identity as both a ship and a building, she was also known as Building 430, located on Geary Drive between Evans and Chauncey roads.Recruit was decommissioned in March 1967, due to the inability to classify the unique ship in a computerized registry of Navy vessels. However she was later recommissioned in 1982, and refurbished to look like an Oliver Hazard Perry class frigate. Commissioned or otherwise, she served continuously as a training facility from her construction in 1949 until the base was closed by the BRAC commission in 1997.
The Casa de Estudillo, also known as the Estudillo House, is a historic adobe house in San Diego, California, United States. It was constructed in 1827 by José María Estudillo and his son José Antonio Estudillo, early settlers of San Diego, and was considered one of the finest houses in Mexican California. It is located in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, and is designated as both a National and a California Historical Landmark in its own right.Besides being one of the oldest surviving examples of Spanish architecture in California, the house gained much prominence by association with Helen Hunt Jackson's wildly popular 1884 novel Ramona. The Casa de Estudillo is one of three National Historic Landmarks in Southern California that were closely tied to Ramona, a novel of Californio life shortly after the American acquisition of California; the other two are Rancho Camulos and Rancho Guajome.DescriptionThe large building is a U-shaped structure, measuring 113ft on the front side, and 98ft on each of the wings. It is constructed in the Spanish Colonial style, meaning that the house's 13 rooms are set consecutively in the building and connected only by an external covered corredor (as opposed to an interior hallway).
Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific provides the Navy with research, development, delivery and support of integrated command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, cyber and space systems and capabilities across all warfighting domains. The only Naval technical center headquartered in a major fleet concentration area, SSC Pacific manages strategic locations both in the Pacific theater and around the world. The diverse, multi-disciplinary workforce of more than 4,175 scientists, engineers and support personnel work hand-in-hand with more than 200 Fleet operators and active duty service members to ensure SSC Pacific solutions are Fleet-and warfighter-ready.With expertise in network architecture and system design, SSC Pacific is leading the design and deployment of the Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services program --- the single largest, most complex upgrade to C4I cyber systems in U.S. Navy history. The Center's numerous unique facilities, test beds and experimentation platforms serve as the launching pad for game-changing innovations.SSC Pacific is advancing the Navy's employment of next generation unmanned systems and autonomous vehicles, large data management, antenna design, clean and renewable energy sources, and both offensive and defensive cyber programs. As the primary research arm of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, SSC Pacific supports basic research and prototype development, basic and applied science, extensive test and evaluation services, systems engineering and integration, installation and full spectrum life-cycle support of fielded systems. With world-wide connectivity and numerous partnerships with private industry and academia, SSC Pacific addresses warfighting requirements for Navy, Joint, National and Coalition war fighters.
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Marine Corps Bands play a central role in preserving the culture and ceremonial traditions of the Marine Corps. They also serve as musical ambassadors, telling the Marine Corps story and instilling national pride and patriotism, by providing inspirational and entertaining musical performances for audiences across the United States and literally around the world. These professional musical organizations have provided thousands of Marines the opportunity to serve their country in a uniquely patriotic role while gaining skills and experience as musicians and as leaders.
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Wake up to the Challenge!
On October 1, 2016 the Marine Corps Recruit Depot (MCRD) San Diego will host the 12th Annual BootCamp Challenge, a 3-mile obstacle run. This unique race features obstacles used only by Marine Corps Recruits, plus over 60 USMC Drill Instructors that "encourage" participants along the race course. The BootCamp Challenge is a part of the annual schedule of events during San Diego's Fleet Week.
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If you were a recruit, Drill Instructor or Series Officer assigned to Platoon 1070 (1069 Series) which graduated 72 hard-charging young Devil Dogs on 19 September 1986, then this is YOUR page! We want to help all veterans from Plt 1070 reconnect, and ultimately would like to plan a reunion for our 30th anniversary of becoming Marines in Sept 2016. The tentative location is near MCRD, San Diego, CA. We'll post more info as we get closer to the date, and more veterans have provided input. Thanks for checking us out!
Recruiters School is a formal school charged with screening and training entry and career level Marine Corps enlisted personnel assigned to recruiting duty and career planner duties. All of the procedures, required actions and guidance contained within the standing operating procedures (SOP) are intended to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of personnel assigned to Recruiters School to accomplish the assigned mission.
Recruiters School is home to three seperate courses:
Basic Recruiter Course (BRC)
Career Recruiter Course (CRC)
Career Planner Course (CPC)
Our areas of responsibility are structured based on local San Diego and Western Recruiting Region.
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