Off-duty Marine law enforcement now allowed to conceal carry personal firearms on Corps' bases
from Marine Corps Times
The Marine Corps has changed concealed carry rules to allow qualified active Marine law enforcement personnel to conceal carry on base while off-duty, according to a new Marine message. The new rule allows active duty military police, criminal investigators, and Marine Corps law enforcement program police officers to conceal carry personally owned weapons while on base while off-duty as long as they comply to the 2016 Department of Defense Directive, titled "Arming and the Use of Force," the MARADMIN says. The relatively narrow requirements do not extend to Marine reservists who are members of law enforcement while not on Marine orders, nor to active duty law enforcement officers from different military branches.
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