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Col. Patrick M. Tucker and Sgt. Maj. Tricia M. Smith-Leavy case the regiment's organizational colors during the deactivation ceremony of Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, on Camp Pendleton, California, July 1, 2020. Tucker was the last commanding officer for CLR 15. CLR 15 was deactivated to meet the intent of the 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps’ Commandant’s Planning Guidance. CLR 15’s mission will be continued by 1st Supply Battalion and 1st Maintenance Battalion in order to support the readiness of I Marine Expeditionary Force.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas)
Brig. Gen. Bobbi Shea, commanding officer, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks during the Combat Logistics Regiment 15 deactivation ceremony on Camp Pendleton, California, July 1, 2020. CLR 15’s mission will be continued by 1st Supply Battalion and 1st Maintenance Battalion in order to support the readiness of I Marine Expeditionary Force.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas)
Col. Patrick M. Tucker delivers remarks during the deactivation ceremony of Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, on Camp Pendleton, California, July 1, 2020. Tucker was the last commanding officer for CLR 15. CLR 15 was deactivated to meet the intent of the 38th Commandant of the Marine Corps’ Commandant’s Planning Guidance. CLR 15’s mission will be continued by 1st Supply Battalion and 1st Maintenance Battalion in order to support the readiness of I Marine Expeditionary Force.(U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas)
Capt. Micah Tate and GySgt. Valerie Wofford hold the Company “C” guidon in front of the 7th Engineer Support Battalion (7th ESB) headquarters building on Camp Pendleton, California, June 23, 2020. Company “C,” 7th ESB, 1st MLG was activated June 22, on Camp Pendleton, California, to continue to train to conduct multiple functions of general engineering along with nonstandard gap crossing engineering reconnaissance mission capabilities to enhance the mobility of I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas)
Capt. Micah Tate and GySgt. Valerie Wofford hold the Bridge Company guidon in front of the 7th Engineer Support Battalion (7th ESB), headquarters building on Camp Pendleton, California, June 23, 2020. Bridge Company, 7th ESB, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG) was deactivated on June 22, on Camp Pendleton, California. Company “C,” 7th ESB, 1st MLG was activated the same day to continue to train to conduct multiple functions of general engineering along with nonstandard gap crossing engineering reconnaissance mission capabilities to enhance the mobility of I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Sgt. Maximiliano Rosas)
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CLB-5 Change of Command from LtCol. James to LtCol. Soto Jr.
CLB-5 Change of Command from LtCol James to LtCol Soto Jr.
CLB-5 Change of Command from LtCol James to LtCol Soto Jr.
CLB-5 Change of Command from LtCol James to LtCol Soto Jr.