RS Salt Lake City UT Marine Corps Recruit Station

RS Salt Lake City is a recruit station under the jurisdiction of the 12th Marine Corps Recruiting District. RS Salt Lake City covers large areas in the US Northwest region, mainly in Utah, Idaho and Montana. RS Salt Lake City is under the command of the Marine Corps Recruiting Command (MCRC) and has headquarters in Salt Lake City.

If you are interested in joining the Marines and you live in the Salt Lake City area, contact a recruiter at the address nearest you from the locations listed here.

RS Salt Lake City’s MEPS Address

2832 S Redwood Rd
Salt Lake City, UT 84119
Phone Number: (801) 975-7986

Boise MEPS Address (Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force)

550 W Fort St
Boise, ID 83724
Phone Number: (208) 334-1825

Butte Montana MEPS Address

22 W. Park St.
Butte, Mt 59701
(406) 782-3765

RS Salt Lake City Headquarters

1279 W 2200 S #A
West Valley, UT 84119
(801) 954-0411

Recruit Substations of RS Salt Lake City

RSS Billings

1603 Grand Avenue
Billings, MT 59102-3000
(406) 248-1170

RSS Boise

8269 W Franklin Rd
Boise, ID 83709
(208) 376-0077

RSS Bozeman

2825 West Main Street
Bozeman, MT 59718-3927
(406) 587-3081

RSS East Salt Lake City

2728 South State Street
South Salt Lake, UT 84115-3617
(801) 485-6341

RSS Great Falls

1201 10th Avenue South
Great Falls, MT 59405-4415
(406) 452-4126

RSS Helena

222 East Lyndale Avenue
Helena, MT 59601-2908
(406) 442-3871 ‎

RSS Helena (2nd Location)

515 North Sanders Street
Helena, MT 59601-4528
(406) 442-3871 ‎

RSS Idaho Falls

1920 E 17th St # 106
Idaho Falls, ID 83404-8027
(208) 523-6514

RSS Missoula

2700 Paxson Street
Missoula, MT 59801-7200
(406) 549-7516

RSS Ogden

5617 South 1900 West
Roy, UT 84067-2301
(801) 774-0281

RSS Provo

2250 N University Pkwy # 38
Provo, UT 84604-1500
(801) 374-1314

RSS Twin Falls

1061 Blue Lakes Blvd N # 207
Twin Falls, ID 83301-3362
(208) 734-3102

RSS West Valley City

2787 West 3500 South
West Valley City, UT 84119
(801) 967-9815

Salt Lake City Officer Selection Office (OSO)

111 East Broadway, Suite 1250
Salt Lake City, UT 84111
(801) 483-1146

6 thoughts on “RS Salt Lake City UT Marine Corps Recruit Station”

  1. Im concerned about how y’all drug tested one of your recrutees 4 different times. 3 of the times he was dirty an had pot in his system. However the first three time he was sent home with the advice to clean up. The fourth time, he was recruited. This is wrong. I do not agree with this at all. I know I won’t hear back but here is my complaint!!!!!

  2. Anyone unqualified for US Armed Services duty whom has been instructed to lie about enlistment information, can and should contact a recruiting commander. A recruiting commander is a recruiter ‘s boss. Lying about being qualified for military service is a crime that is subject to a variety of punishments. Someone mentioned about lying about a drug test here and figured that I should keep folks informed about such informed. In May 2008, I was medically unfit to have joined the US Navy. One reason was being medically disqualified from military service in August 1994. Another was fainting in May 2007. I found out ahead of time that a recruiters whom tell unqualified applicants to lie about disqualifying information commit a crime. After leaving the recruiting station when I had filled out the documents for enlistment, I arrived at home. Then, I had looked inside a phone book to contact a recruiting commander. Next, I called the phone number and left a message asking for the recruiting commander. I had returned the call and had the information given to me. Recruiting commander was called and then as I explained about what had been told to me by my recruiter, the recruiting commander was outraged that a recruiter had told an unqualified applicant was told to lie about medical history that is unqualifying. That recruiting commander asked me for names and provided the names of 2 recruiters at that station. The recruiting commander apologized over the phone to me and accepted his apology. It seemed a bit disappointing to me that I was unqualified to enlist. But, it was better for me to report such information to a recruiting commander than have any variety of consequences happen as a result of lying about unqualifying enlistment information. I would be uncertain as to how others whom aren’t qualified would go about finding out the recruiting commander of a particular US military branch. One action could be to go to MEPS and ask a liason there of any branch regarding the contact information of a recruiting commander. There are address available of the branches but am unsure of how to find such information. Recruiters of the military branches are to find legitamitely qualified applicants to enlist in their branches of the service. For me, I sense that the recruiters at the recruiting station were reprimanded by their recruiting commander by angrily yelling at them. Plus, there may have been a different supervisor there to readjust their wrong attitudes which they had. I was grateful that I had the courage to have had someone fight for me on my behalf. That way those whom were not qualified were not put under any pressure to do something that they knew wasn’t right. Such individuals would be told in person, over the phone, etc. ahead of time that they were not qualified for that branch. This ought to be resourceful for a variety of individuals whom may are in such an undesirable dilemma. Stand up for yourself and let someone whom has authority in such situations to use that authority in a proper manner. Many US Armed Services recruiters are honest individuals whom know are unqualified and those whom are truly qualified.

  3. Hello,
    Why don’t you have guest house for transfer recruits from another base? My son is coming and his wife is 8 months pregnant and they don’t know the area well enough to get an apartment in one day. Thanks for your reply.

  4. I was appalled to hear how a kid who I know that has had mental issues and been a drug addict for the last couple years was coached by the recruiters as to how to pass the drug test. He is quite possibly the next Fort Hood Shooter.

  5. My name is Nathan Jensen I am 16 years old and I am interested in joining when I am 17 I am looking for more information about the Merine Corps

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