Unit HomePhotos
1st Marine Logistics Group

 

1st Marine Logistics Group

Victory Through Logistics

Marines_MediaGallery
Marines from Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, depart a Landing Craft Air Cushion after returning from San Clemente Island during Exercise Iron Fist 2014, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 15. The Marines from CLB-15 provided combat service support to members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force and Marines participating in the exercise. The support included providing more than 40 crates of 120mm and 80mm mortar rounds to Marine and Japanese mortarmen, distributing meals ready to eat, water, fuel, tents and generators to servicemembers training on the island.
140224-M-YG378-706.JPG Photo By: Cpl. Timothy Childers

Related Stories:
Feb 24, 2014
2/24/2014 - Marines from Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Combat Logistics Regiment 17, 1st Marine Logistics Group, depart a Landing Craft Air Cushion after returning from San Clemente Island during Exercise Iron Fist 2014, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 15. The Marines from CLB-15 provided combat service support to members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force and Marines participating in the exercise. The support included providing more than 40 crates of 120mm and 80mm mortar rounds to Marine and Japanese mortarmen, distributing meals ready to eat, water, fuel, tents and generators to servicemembers training on the island.


DOWNLOAD PHOTO (1.7 MB)


This photograph is considered public domain and has been cleared for release. If you would like to republish please give the photographer appropriate credit. Further, any commercial or non-commercial use of this photograph or any other DoD image must be made in compliance with guidance found at http://www.dimoc.mil/resources/limitations.html , which pertains to intellectual property restrictions (e.g., copyright and trademark, including the use of official emblems, insignia, names and slogans), warnings regarding use of images of identifiable personnel, appearance of endorsement, and related matters.



Back to Gallery