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Commanding General's Prohibited Activities & Conduct Statement


Commanding General's Prohibited Activities & Conduct Statement


Marines and Sailors are truthful, honorable, and respectful in all of our interactions with each other, our families, and the American public.  This heritage is the bedrock of what we represent to our country and its citizens. 

I expect leaders at every level to dedicate themselves to the success of each member of their organization.  We must ensure that all who desire to serve may do so in an environment of trust, dignity, and respect.  At 1st MLG, members will be evaluated solely on the basis of individual merit, fitness, and capability, regardless of race, color, religion, sex (to include gender identity), national origin, or sexual orientation.

Prohibited Activities and Conduct erode trust and respect and degrade our combat effectiveness, our values, and our ability to operate as a team.   Abuse (to include hazing, bully, ostracism, and retaliation), harassment (to include sexual harassment), online misconduct (to include wrongful distribution of an intimate image), dissident and protest activity, and unlawful discrimination are contrary to our institutional core values of Honor, Courage and Commitment, and will not be tolerated.

1st MLG will vigorously uphold our Corps’ high standards of performance and conduct.  We will preserve dignity and promote respect for all Marines, Sailors, and other Armed Forces personnel, uniformed and civilian, by ensuring a clear and common understanding of prohibited activities and conduct, their intolerable and corrosive effects on our institution, and the proper prevention and response actions.

I am committed to the Prohibited Activities and Conduct Prevention and Response program. Complaints will be thoroughly investigated and, where appropriate, corrective action taken quickly.  Those who report violations will be protected from reprisal.



Brigadier General, U.S. Marine Corps

Commanding General, 1st Marine Logistics Group

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