The program, originally established in 1995, was created to offer single Marines and sailors an improved quality of life aboard base with enhanced recreational opportunities and community involvement opportunities.
SMP Program Manager Michael Moore has continually boasted about the work that the Marines accomplish as he believes the gift of service is something to be valued.
“There is so much time in the day to invest into other people, into the areas which they live, work and play,” Moore said. “The SMP program affords many Marines who might be stuck in the barracks the opportunity to do more with their time than sleep or stare up at the ceiling—it gives them purpose and a chance to make a real impact.”
For Sgt. Jesus Cervantes, a data analyst for Marine …