Who can sign up for Marine OnLine?
Marine OnLine (MOL) is designed for Marines with personnel records in the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS). This includes Marines on Active Duty, Reserve, Active Reserve Marines, the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR) and Retired Marines. If you have left the Marine Corps without retiring and are now past your End of Obligated Service (EOS), or you never were a Marine, then you are not eligible to use this service. If you are a Marine (you fall into one of the categories above), and you want to register on MOL, go to our registration page to sign up.
If you are not a Marine (you do NOT fall into one of the categories above), but work for an agency that has a valid requirement to access USMC personnel data (i.e., Judge Advocate General, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, American Red Cross, Personnel Admin Center, etc.), the Commanding Officer, or his designated representative, of the unit that has local administrative control over your agency (i.e., HqBn Marine Corps Base) must create your non-Marine MOL account. Please contact the Adjutant of your unit or the servicing Personnel Admin Center, as local policy dictates, to request an account.
I don't have all the information needed to register?
Contact your local Personnel Administration Office.
The registration form says some data I entered is incorrect?
Why is the information on MOL incorrect?
Marine OnLine relies on information as provided by the Marine Corps Total Force System (MCTFS). New data will take approximately 24 to 72 hours to process depending on weekends and holidays, and be reflected in your MOL record.
The web site says I've exhausted all four of my attempts to Register. Now what?
Exhausting all four attempts to register merely means that you have been locked out from attempting to register or log in for twenty minutes. Wait and try again.
Why are the Password rules so difficult?
With Marine OnLine, individuals have the ability to view their Electronic Service Records from MCTFS. Given the sensitivity of that information, Marine Online is doing all that it can to make sure that your information is secure. Part of that security is making sure your password is strong enough to prevent hackers from accessing your personal information.
Why are the registration questions so hard?
The information needed to register with Marine Online is used as verification of your identity. If the information were too easy, then any person who has even a little bit of your information could register as you.
If I get an "Invalid Username or Password" error, how can I log in?
Try again; you have three opportunities to get your login credentials entered correctly. On the fourth invalid attempt, your account will be locked for twenty minutes.
Your password is case sensitive (your username is not); make sure you don't inadvertently have the "Caps Lock" on. If you can't remember your password, please try the
How do I change my Password?
You can change your MOL password by following these steps:
How do I get a copy of my records after separation/discharge?
Request a copy of your OMPF from HQMC (MMRP).
How can I get my LES?
Online access to your Electronic Leave and Earnings Statement (E-LES) is provided by the Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) via their MyPay web site. If you forgot your PIN, or need to get one for the first time, go to the "About Your PIN" page and follow the directions there.
A-PES Contact Information
Who do I contact if I can access MOL but not the A-PES application?
How do I contact the A-PES Help Desk?
Additional A-PES contact Information
Fitnes Report Policy/Research Unit(MMRP-31):
Fitness Report Processing Unit (MMRP-32):
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Manpower Information Systems Support Offices (MISSOs) assist commanders and Marines throughout the Marine Corps in the timely and accurate reporting, problem resolution, quality control, and retrieval of MCTFS manpower, personnel, and pay information.