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Sep 12, 2012

Cpl. Justin Barlock, a member of the Combat Logistics Regiment-15 color guard, stands at parade rest before the start of a transfer of authority ceremony from 1st Marine Logistics Group (Forward) to CLR-15, Sept. 10. The ceremony represented a change in leadership. More importantly though, it symbolized continuity in the steadfast support provided by the Marines and sailors of the logistics combat element.

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1st Marine Logistics Group