Uniformed Readiness Coordinator
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Headquarters Battalion
Training and Education Command


The Unit Personal and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is a combat multiplier. It is equally as important as individual, equipment, and combat readiness. The ability of the individual Marine and their family to successfully balance: mission events, life events and career events supported by the enduring partnership between the unit's Family Readiness Command Team and the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Team results in a high level of readiness.
The Uniformed Readiness Coordinator facilitates the four mission areas of the UPFRP which include Communication, Readiness and Deployment Support, Information and Referral, and Volunteer Management.


Captain Matthew Kennedy
Uniformed Readiness Coordinator
Headquarters Battalion
Training & Education Command
Bldg. 2006, Yale Hall, 3rd deck, Room # 336A
(703) 784-6640

MCO 1754.9B (Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program)
NAVMC 11654 (Contact Authorization Form)
NAVMC 11657 (Opt Out Form)

Marine Corps Training and Education Command