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Combat Logistics Regiment 15

Mission

CLR-15 Mission Statement

Provide general support intermediate level supply support, field level maintenance support, material distribution support, procurement management, equipment fielding support and forward resuscitative health care capability to the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) and support to specified Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW) organizations.



CLR-15 Vision Statement

To be the foremost logistics authority and support activity within the Department of Defense, setting the standard for quality, excellence, and innovation across the battlefield and beyond.

- We will push supply, maintenance, and medical capabilities to the farthest most remote locations enhancing and sustaining MAGTF combat power while providing good will to the local populace.

- We will implement and use state of the art technology such as radio frequency identification and memory contact chips to give our operational leaders the asset visibility and equipment maintenance history they need to make rapid and informed decisions.

- We will ensure Operational Forces have Health Services capability and capacity to meet requirements for Major Combat Operations, the Global War on Terrorism and Home Land Defense; while maintaining a solid foundation of core capabilities that can respond rapidly to evolving irregular warfare missions and asymmetric threats.

- We will partner with supply chain and distribution experts, to include commercial resources as well as Naval Logistic Initiatives, in order to overcome excessive order-ship times, reduce total repair cycle times, and eliminate backorders.

- We will continue our mastery of basic technical and warrior skills.

Combat Logistics Regiment 15 Leaders

Colonel Seth L. Ocloo
Commanding Officer Combat Logistics Regiment 15
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SgtMaj B.C. Coleman
Sergeant Major Combat Logistics Regiment 15
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Featured Stories
1st Supply Bn. makes WTI Fly

By Lance Cpl. Garrett White | October 17, 2014

YUMA, Ariz. - Marines with 1st Supply Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, provided logistical support for the Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course, in Yuma, Arizona, since Aug. 28, 2014.WTI is a seven-week-long, bi-annual training course designed to hone and develop pilot, weapon MORE
Bullets don’t fly without 1st Supply

By Lance Cpl. William Perkins | September 29, 2014

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Marines with Ammo Company, 1st Supply Battalion conducted a variety of live-fire ranges aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Sept. 15-18, 2014. The training was part of an annual exercise held by the ammo technicians to introduce or familiarize them with the weapon systems they support.The Marines learned to MORE
Marines learn about new Arctic shelter

By Sgt. Laura Gauna | September 26, 2014

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Marines are trained with the intent to be the best in any situation and any environment, whether in the sweltering heat or the freezing cold. They are always looking to expand their combat capabilities by training for operations in arctic and mountainous areas. This includes learning to work with the latest in cold-weather MORE
Q&A with Sgt. Thanhtam Nguyen

By Sgt. Sarah Fiocco | July 22, 2014

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Sgt. Thanhtam Nguyen, micro miniature repair technician, Reparable Management Company, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, originally from Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, moved to Lancaster, Pa., at a young age. As an eight-year-old boy, Nguyen witnessed more gruesome acts than any child ever should. These acts MORE
CLR-15 hosts change of command ceremony

By Lance Cpl. Keenan Zelazoski | May 28, 2014

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – Colonel Tracy King, commanding officer, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, passed on the responsibility, authority and accountability of CLR-15 to Col. Seth Ocloo, during a change of command ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 22, 2014.Ocloo, a native of Accra, Ghana, is coming from his duty MORE


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