On order, 3rd Battalion, 7th Marines deploys by air to locate, close with, and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver or repel enemy assault by fire and close combat. As directed, conduct Military operation in urban terrain. Be prepared to conduct Military Operations Other Than War in permissive/non-permissive environments.
PHONE NUMBER: 760-830-7358
"Every Marine and Sailor of 1st Marine Division will be treated with decency, dignity, and respect, and will be provided full and equal opportunity for professional development and success. We are an elite institution of warriors. It is our shared responsibility to ensure the continued health of our collective soul and identity"
Lieutenant Junior Grade Scott Ezra Paxman
3D Battalion, 7th Marines, 1st Marine Division
United States Navy
Phone #: (760) 830-5789
LTJG Paxman is a native of California. He earned a bachelor’s degree in international studies in 2018. In 2021 he graduated with a Master of Arts in Chaplaincy from Brigham Young University. LTJG Paxman is an ordained Elder and endorsed by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
During his civilian ministry he commissioned as a Chaplain Candidate Program Officer and graduated from Officer Development School in July 2021. As a chaplain candidate he supported the religious ministry team at the Salt Lake City Navy Reserve Center by providing religious services for sailors. In September 2022, he transitioned to Active Duty and completed the Chaplain Basic Leadership Course in November that same year.
In his religious community LTJG Paxman has served in significant Church positions such as Regional Associate Pastor, Director of Community Ministry, Religious Educator, and Youth Minister. As the head chaplain at First Choice Hospice he provided end-of-life pastoral care and counseling to patients across four counties. He also served two years as a full-time minister in southern Spain. He received an Advanced Certification for Spanish from the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
DEPUTY FAMILY READINESS OFFICER
PHONE #: (760) 830-6691
3rd Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment
MCAGCC Box 788263
Battalion Officer of the Day:
Comm: (760) 830-7345
Equal Opportunity DSN: (760) 830-7358
Family Readines Officer:
Cell: (760) 201-6968
MCAGCC SAPR MISSION
The Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) program will serve as the single point of contact to facilitate victim support services, promote sexual assault training and awareness, and provide policy and program assistance to commands located aboard the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center, Twentynine Palms, CA.
MCAGCC SAPR OBJECTIVES
Sexual Assault is the most under reported crime in our society and in the military. While the Department of Defense prefers complete reporting of sexual assaults to activate both victims' services and law enforcement actions, it recognizes that some victims desire only medical and support services and no command or law enforcement involvement.
The Department believes its first priority is for victims to be protected, treated with dignity and respect, and to receive the medical treatment, care and counseling that they deserve. Under DoD's Confidentiality Policy, military victims of sexual assault have two reporting options - Restricted reporting and Unrestricted reporting. Military retirees, dependents, and other civilian victims currently may use only Unrestricted reporting.
Restricted reporting allows victims of sexual assault to receive appropriate treatment, victim advocacy, and counseling services without triggering a formal report to PMO, NCIS, and the chain of command. Restricted Reporting protects the victim's identity and, except in the rarest of instances, assures absolute confidentiality.
Unrestricted reporting allows victims of sexual assault to receive appropriate medical treatment, victim advocacy, and counseling services. Unrestricted Reporting informs the victim's chain of command, affords maximum protection of the victim from his or her offender, and ensures a thorough investigation of the circumstances of the assault in order to hold offenders accountable for their criminal conduct.
In order to make a fully informed choice between restricted versus unrestricted reporting, speak to a SAPR Victim Advocate in the unit, or speak to a Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), or with a SAPR civilian victim advocate (760) 799-0273. Once you inform law enforcement officials or a representative from your command, a restricted report is no longer an option.
ROLE OF VICTIM ADVOCATE
Sexual Assault is the most under reported crime in our society and in the military. While the Department of Defense prefers complete reporting of sexual assaults to activate both victims' services and law enforcement actions, it recognizes that some victims desire only medical and support services and no command or law enforcement involvement. The Department believes its first priority is for victims to be protected, treated with dignity and respect, and to receive the medical treatment, care and counseling that they deserve. Under DoD's Confidentiality Policy, military victims of sexual assault have two reporting options - Restricted reporting and Unrestricted reporting. Military retirees, dependents, and other civilian victims currently may use only Unrestricted reporting.
The SVAs provide essential support and care to the victim to include providing non-clinical information on available options and resources to assist the victim in making informed decisions as they progress through resolution and healing. A SAPR Victim Advocate may be military or civilian. The SAPR VA maintains communications and contact with the victim as needed for continued victim support.
ROLE OF THE INSTALLATION VICTIM ADVOCATE AND SAPR VICTIM ADVOCATE
Support: continuous victim support throughout the process
To confidentially reach a SAPR Victim Advocate 24/7 call (760) 799-0273
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