Government and External Affairs

Government and External Affairs

To support the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command (MAGTFTC), Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) and tenant units ability to provide high quality, realistic, live fire and maneuver training environments by safe guarding against encroachment through effective community outreach and education as the installation's single source liaison to the local community at all levels.



Request Support from the Combat Center
Instructions for requesting support from the Combat Center can be found at our Community Engagement page.

Request Support from Other Bases
Information for requesting support from a Marine Corps base other than MCAGCC Twentynine Palms is located at

Requests for Funeral Detail
If you have inquiries about funeral detail requests, please call Headquarters Marine Corps at (866) 826-3628 or (703) 784-9823. We do not accept requests for funeral detail.

Community Impact Statement

2016 Community Impact Report This report attempts to take a comprehensive look at the full impact the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) has on the local and regional communities.

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Director (760) 830-8734
Deputy Director (760) 830-3765
Community Liaison (760) 830-5651
School Liaison (760) 830-1574
Tours/Operations Officer
(760) 830-3735
Administrative Officer
(760) 830-8734
Resource Management Group
(760) 830-3737
Range Sustainability Program Manager (760) 830-8477

All numbers: DSN 230


Night Sky Brightness Report Cover
MGAGCC Sand Hill February 23, 2017

This final report presents results of night sky brightness measurements made at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center (MCAGCC) located near Twentynine Palms, CA. These all-sky, calibrated measurements were made on the nights of 23/24 and 24/25 February 2017 and show moderate levels of light pollution at the observation point which causes the night visual environment to appear brighter than a naturally dark location.

The final report was prepared by Dark Sky Partners, LLC, in June of 2017.

Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms