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Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, render honors during the playing of the National Anthem as part of a change of command ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 31, 2018. The change of command ceremony was to commemorate Stover for his two-and-a-half years of dedication and service to his Marines and Sailors while serving as the commanding officer of CLB-15. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Joshua D. Anderson, on-coming commanding officer for Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, addresses U.S. Marines, Sailors, and family members during a change of command ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 31, 2018. Anderson spoke of his experiences while serving in the Marine Corps and how they have shaped him as the Marine he is today. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
U.S. Marine Lt. Col. James R. Stover, the off-going commanding officer for Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, is awarded with the Meritorious Service Medal during a change of command ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 31, 2018. Stover was awarded for outstanding meritorious service as commanding officer of rCLB-15. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
U.S. Marine Lt. Col. James R. Stover, the off-going commanding officer for Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, addresses U.S. Marines, Sailors, and family members during a change of command at Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 31, 2018. Stover spoke about his experiences with CLB-15 and where he has placed the bar of expectation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
Change of Command Ceremony - Combat Logistics Battalion 15
U.S. Marines Lt. Col. James R. Stover, the off-going commanding officer (center) and Lt. Col. Joshua D. Anderson, on-coming commanding officer (left), prepare to exchange the unit colors during a change of command ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 31, 2018. Stover relinquishes his command after two-and-a-half years with CLB-15 to Anderson. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gather casualties during a simulated Improvised Explosive Device (IED) explosion while on a convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The IED explosion was used to test the Marines capabilities and training so they will be ready if the situation arises while deployed. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gather casualties during a simulated Improvised Explosive Device (IED) explosion while on a convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The IED explosion was used to test the Marines capabilities and training so they will be ready if the situation arises while deployed. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marine Pfc. Samson Hoopii, a motor transportation operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conducts visual checks of the surrounding areas to ensure no enemy presence exists during a stop for a tactical convoy during Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a long stop during a tactical convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
Tactical Convoy MTX 2-18
U.S. Marine Lt. Col. Gary Thompson, commanding officer for Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, exits his vehicle to visually check the status of the convoy for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 19, 2018. The convoy was conducted to gather intelligence from the surrounding areas and to locate possible enemy positions during the exercise's training scenario. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. A “powder breaking” hike is conducted to teach the Marines and Sailors in the proper movement of personnel and equipment off a untrekked path while maintaining a tactical posture. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The elevation at which the Marines and Sailors hiked was around 8,500 feet which prepared Marines for traversing mountainous terrain and how to cope with the lower levels of oxygen. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The elevation at which the Marines and Sailors hiked was around 8,500 feet which prepared Marines for traversing mountainous terrain and how to cope with the lower levels of oxygen. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marine Cpl. Christopher Tutland, a landing support specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provides motivation to passing Marines and Sailors during a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors would lead the formation by stomping out the unpacked snow in front of them, then move off to the side to allow others to lead the way. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The hike was conducted to familiarize students with using snowshoes to negotiate terrain and obstacles in a tactical manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Alexis Luna, left, a landing support specialist, and Lance Cpl. Christopher Mercedes, right, a motor transportation operator, both with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, lead a formation of Marines and Sailors during a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors would lead the formation by stomping out the unpacked snow in front of them, then move off to the side to allow others to lead the way. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marine Cpl. Christopher Russell, a landing support specialist with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, views a mountain range while taking a break during a conditioning hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors would lead the formation by stomping out the unpacked snow in front of them, then move off to the side to allow others to lead the way. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Joel Camarillo, left, a motor transportation operator, and Sgt. Maxton Perez, right, a landing support specialist, both with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, wait at the front of the formation while taking a break during a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors would lead the formation by stomping out the unpacked snow in front of them, then move off to the side to allow others to lead the way. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines Staff Sgt. Brandon Ballantyne, left, a communication maintenance chief, and Lance Cpl. Harley Berry, right, a light armored vehicle mechanic, both with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, lead the way during a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors hiked approximately three miles around the Grouse Meadows campsite to further acclimatize them to the higher elevations of the mountain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marine Cpl. James Tendeck, a motor transportation maintenance mechanic with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, views the passing formation while taking a break during a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The Marines and Sailors hiked approximately three miles around the Grouse Meadows campsite to further acclimatize them to the higher elevations of the mountain. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The hike was conducted to familiarize students with using snowshoes to negotiate terrain and obstacles in a tactical manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The hike was conducted to familiarize students with using snowshoes to negotiate terrain and obstacles in a tactical manner. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a "powder breaking" hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. A “powder breaking” hike is conducted to teach the Marines and Sailors in the proper movement of personnel and equipment off an untrekked path while maintaining a tactical posture. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, participate in a mountain survival class for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The classes were to familiarize the Marines and Sailors in pre-environmental training and to improve the training standard in cold weather and mountainous environments while also increasing survivability and proficiency. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, participate in a mountain survival class for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The classes were to familiarize the Marines and Sailors in pre-environmental training and to improve the training standard in cold weather and mountainous environments while also increasing survivability and proficiency. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, participate in a mountain survival class for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The classes were to familiarize the Marines and Sailors in pre-environmental training and to improve the training standard in cold weather and mountainous environments while also increasing survivability and proficiency. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Navy Sailors Petty Officer 3rd Class Robert Maxwell, left, Seaman Apprentice Armando Ruiz, center, and Petty Officer 2nd Class Nycoh Cabrera, right, field medical technicians with 1st Medical Battalion, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, boil water for sustenance for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. Due to the secluded nature of the campsite, water has to be boiled in portable stoves as a regular resupply is not feasible. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Classes in the mountains
Classes in the mountains
U.S. Navy Sailors Seaman Apprentice Armando Ruiz, left, and Petty Officer 2nd Class Nycoh Cabrera, right, both field medical technicians with 1st Medical Battalion, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, boil water for sustenance for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. Drinkable water has to be boiled in portable stoves in order to teach Marines and Sailors self-reliance in a cold-weather environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Treviño)
Through the Mountains, We Hike
Through the Mountains, We Hike
U.S. Marine Sgt. James Trevino (center), a combat videographer with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, is treated by Seaman Jonathan Joo (left) and Petty Officer 3rd Class Nycoh Cabrera (right), both field medical technicians with 1st Medical Battalion, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, in the Battalion Aid Station after a conditioning hike for Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 10, 2018. The BAS is used provide basic health service support to the units with which they are attached.
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, take a break to change their socks during a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines Staff Sgt. Antonio Mondragon, left, administrative chief, and Staff Sgt. Xavier Chavarria-Lopez, distribution management chief, both with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, walk side-by-side during a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines Capt. Whit Swafford, left, logistics officer for Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, and Sgt. Maj. Fausto Cabrera, sergeant major of Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, fix a snow shoe during a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Claudine Garay, Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, participates in a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines Sgt. Maj. Fausto Cabrera, sergeant major of Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Capt. Whit Swafford, logistics officer for Mountain Warfare Training Center, and Lt. Col. Gary Thompson, commanding officer of CLB-11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, lead during a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Through the Mountains We Hike
Through the Mountains We Hike
U.S. Marines and Sailors with Combat Logistics Battalion 11 and 1st Medical Bn., Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, conduct a conditioning hike as part of Mountain Exercise 2-18 at Marine Corps Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., March 6, 2018. The hike was in preparation for a longer movement over a larger area to Grouse Meadows, a training area where the Marines and Sailors set up a battalion staging area. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. James Trevino)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Rita Bates, the logistics chief with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, supervises the movement of fuel during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 2, 2018. The field exercise allows the unit to operate in a simulated deployed environment and assess areas for sustainment and refinement. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Sgt. Maj. Bradley Kasal, the sergeant major of I Marine Expeditionary Force, visits the 1st Marine Logistics Group Marines at the expeditionary field kitchen during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 2, 2018. The mission of the 1st MLG is to provide direct logistical support above the organic capabilities of the I MEF. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Pfc. Nalizha Satterfield, a finance technician with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, participates in a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 2, 2018. Finance technicians review payments of master accounts and ensure transactions with fiscal year funds are completed. They also oversee payment vouchers to ensure Marines are properly reimbursed for official travel, among other financial services. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Ramiro Perez, an automotive maintenance technician with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, removes a propeller shaft from a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement truck, commonly referred to as a 7-ton, during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. Repairs are classified under various maintenance echelons depending on the severity. Throughout the lifecycle of military vehicles, it is the technician’s responsibility to ensure all preventative maintenance is completed. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Angela Ramirez, a hospital corpsman with 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, stands in front of the medical tent during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 2, 2018. Throughout the exercise, corpsmen were available to provide Marines with acute medical care and Periodic Health Assessments. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Pfc. Estevan Perez-Ortiz, an automotive maintenance technician with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, removes a propeller shaft from a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement truck, commonly referred to as a 7-ton, during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. Automotive maintenance technicians provide services such as preventative maintenance and repairs to all automotive assets at the unit and intermediate levels. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Cpl. David Chung, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, stands near a Very Small Aperture Terminal-Large antenna during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. The field exercise was designed to train the unit in planning, command and control, and to simulate a deployed environment. The field radio operators experienced and trained through scenarios which tested their troubleshooting techniques. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Sgt. April Vance, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, tests the communications network during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2018. Field radio operators can either work in larger communications units such as Communications Company at the 1st MLG or be assigned to infantry companies. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Pfc. Estevan Perez-Ortiz, an automotive maintenance technician with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, removes an after-cooler from a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement truck, also known as a 7-ton, during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2018. The after-cooler is removed in order to conduct scheduled preventative maintenance, which is based on miles driven and service times. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Sgt. April Vance, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, tests the communications network during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2018. Field radio operators are trained in ground electronics maintenance, tactical communications and air control/anti-air warfare operations. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Sgt. April Vance, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, adjusts the communications network during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2018. Field radio operators employ a wide range of frequencies to establish communications including ultrahigh frequencies, upper-very-high frequencies and high frequencies. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Bryce Moldovan, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, adjusts a high-gain antenna during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. Operators use various antennas and local networks to establish encrypted radio communications for leaders to enable command and control throughout the battle space. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Sgt. April Vance, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, showcases a communications network during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 4, 2018. It is the field radio operators’ responsibility to create field expedient communications networks and to fulfill single channel requirements for transmission. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marines 2nd Lt. Tyler Vanpelt, a supply officer, left, and Sgt. Aguilar Ramzy, right, a finance technician, both with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, lead a patrol during a field training exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 5, 2018. The Marines of guard force are tasked to protect the Forward-Operating Base as part of providing security in a simulated deployed environment. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marines Cpl. David Chung, left, and Lance Cpl. Bryce Moldovan, right, field radio operators with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, work with a Very Small Aperture Terminal-Large antenna during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. Field radio operators are able to provide units with internet connectivity in austere environments through the use of satellite technologies. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Faces of the Field
Faces of the Field
U.S. Marine Cpl. David Chung, a field radio operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, operates a Very Small Aperture Terminal-Large antenna during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 1, 2018. The VSAT-L antenna has the ability to transmit and receive signals on a variety of frequencies depending on the operation or mission location. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Staff Sgt. Rubin J. Tan)
Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter
Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter
U.S. Marine Cpl. Madeline Engle, a field radio operator with Communication Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a portrait at Camp Pendleton, Jan. 23, 2018. Engle won Non-Commissioned Officer of the Quarter because of her outstanding leadership skills, technical proficiency and work ethic. The NCO of the Quarter is selected by the MLG to recognize Marines who excel in their respective job fields and serve as a testament of the whole Marine Concept. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Practicing Drill Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
Practicing Drill Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
U.S. Marine Cpl. Brittney Mbengue, a finance technician with Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gives commands during Corporals Course 3-18 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 25, 2018. The Marines are graded on their execution of commands, as well as their ability to keep bearing throughout. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Guidon Test Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
Guidon Test Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
U.S. Marine Torrey Tepano, a data system administrator with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practices the guidon technique “eyes right” during Corporals Course 3-18 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan 25, 2018. Prior to testing, Marines have the opportunity to practice all the different guidon techniques before being evaluated by their instructors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Sword Manual Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
Sword Manual Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group prepare to practice drill with a guidon during Corporals Course 3-18 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 19, 2017. Drill, sword and guidon manual is one of the fundamentals taught at Corporals Course. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Introduction to Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
Introduction to Corporals Course 3-18 1st Marine Logistics Group
U.S. Marine Sgt. Maj. Carlos Ruiz, the sergeant major for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, talks to the Marines attending Corporals Course 3-18 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 18, 2018. Sgt. Maj. Ruiz talked about the fundamentals of being a Non-Commissioned Officer and the importance of standards for small-unit leadership. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, receive instructions during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. Marines who take the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense Enlisted Course are trained to detect, contain and alert the command of hazardous materials. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, prepare to be decontaminated after being exposed to a simulated contaminated area during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. After handling toxic materials, Marines are carefully stripped of their attire to ensure the exposed items are handled correctly and cleaned. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, assist each other in decontaminating their Mission Oriented Protective Posture suit during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. Marines who completed the practical application were in level four MOPP gear to include boots, gloves, suit and M-40 gas mask. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
A U.S. Marine with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, secures masking tape to a marking pole during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. Marking tape is used to secure possible contaminated areas while in the field or combat zone. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, utilize an array of items to treat a chemically contaminated area during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. Approximately 25% of Marines who are Sergeants and below at the 1st MLG are trained to respond to a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear hazard. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, prepare a decontamination area during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. Marines are trained to decontaminate gear exposed to any hazardous materials safely and effectively. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
A U.S. Marine with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, waits on his team members to place the next perimeter marker during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. The Marines who participate in the 1st MLG Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course learn how to protect themselves from hazardous materials. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
1st Marine Logistics Group Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, set up a perimeter around a simulated chemically contaminated area during a Reconnaissance, Surveillance and Decontamination Course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 11, 2018. The course prepares Marines to operate in hazardous areas through familiarization of Mission Oriented Protective Posture gear and equipment used to combat chemical attacks. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Timothy Shoemaker)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, grapple in shallow water during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice grappling during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice grappling during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice “weapons of opportunity” techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice Marine Corps Martial Arts Program techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise on Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructor course to earn their tan instructor tab. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, exercise in shallow water during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice weapons of opportunity techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, practice “weapons of opportunity” techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, exercise in shallow water during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, prepare to practice “weapons of opportunity” techniques during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Warriors of the Sea
Warriors of the Sea
U.S. Marines with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, prepare to grapple in shallow water during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 14, 2017. The Marines were participating in a Martial Arts Instructors course to earn their instructor tabs, allowing them to teach MCMAP to other Marines in the future. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marines Cpl. Kalib Hodge, an administrative specialist, and Cpl. Matthew Letsch, a field radio operator, both with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, survey routes and details for morning convoy operations during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec 14, 2017. Hodge and Letsch were attached to the Jump Combat Operations Center, a mobile COC that can relocate throughout any environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marines Lance Cpl. Andrew Thomas, left, and Lance Cpl. Tori Thompson, field radio operators with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, set up a feed core during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 12, 2017. The feed core allows the Marines to access internal or external communication and improves the line of sight range for radio signals. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Tori Thompson, a field radio operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, sets up a feed core during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 12, 2017. The feed core provides the Marines with omnidirectional signal for radio communications. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marine Cpl. Austin Martin, an automotive maintenance technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provides security during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 12, 2017. The Marines established 360 degree security around their command operations center with multiple M240B machine guns. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, overlook the beach during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 12, 2017. The Marines had continuous security to simulate a forward deployed environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Set Up and Tear Down
Set Up and Tear Down
U.S. Marine Cpl. Austin Martin, an automotive maintenance technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, stands guard duty during a field exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Dec. 12, 2017. The Marines had continuous security to simulate a forward deployed environment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Arrival on site Ex-Man in the field
Arrival on site Ex-Man in the field
U.S. Marines ground guide a M88A2 Hercules Armored Recovery Vehicle with Combat Logistics Company 13, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, into position to lift the Expeditionary Manufacturing (Ex-Man) shelter during a field exercise at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Dec. 8, 2017. The shelter houses the heart and soul of the Ex-Mam Project, the 3-D printers that use additive manufacturing to print replacement parts. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Arrival on site Ex-Man in the field
Arrival on site Ex-Man in the field
A M88A2 Hercules Armored Recovery Vehicle with Combat Logistics Company 13, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, moves its boom arm into position to lift the Expeditionary Manufacturing shelter during a field exercise at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., Dec. 8, 2017. The shelter houses the heart and soul of the Ex-Mam Project, the 3-D printers that use additive manufacturing to print replacement parts. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marine Cpl. Oliver Ramirez, a field radio operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, shoots a M2 machine gun during a machine gun course exercise at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. The machine gun course is led by the Combat Skills Training School who provides sustainment training in individual machine gun skills for Marines assigned to machine gun teams throughout the 1st MLG in order to develop technical proficiency and maintain combat readiness.
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Daniela Rodriguez, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, shoots a Mark 19 40 mm grenade machine gun during a machine gun course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. The Marines with CLB-11 and 1st Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st MLG, learn how to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot crew-served weapons in the machine gun course hosted by the 1st MLG Combat Skills Training School.
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marine Pfc. Saul Tellogaricia, an ammunition technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, aim a M2 machine gun down the range during a machine gun course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. The Marines with CLB 11 and 1st Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st MLG, learn how to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot crew-served weapons in the machine gun course hosted by the 1st MLG Combat Skills Training School.
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. David O’Connell, the operations chief of Combat Skills Training School with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gives a safety brief to Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, HQ Regiment, 1st MLG and 1st Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st MLG, during a machine gun course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. CSTS provides sustainment training in individual machine gun skills for Marines assigned to machine gun teams throughout the 1st MLG in order to develop technical proficiency and maintain combat readiness.
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group and 1st Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st MLG, participate in a machine gun course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. The weapon systems used in this course are the M240B machine gun, M2 machine gun, and the Mark 19 40 mm grenade machine gun.
CSTS Machine Gun Course
CSTS Machine Gun Course
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Daniela Rodriguez, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, applies a liquid lubricant inside the firing chamber of a M2 machine gun during a machine gun course at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 17, 2017. The Marines with CLB 11 and 1st Transportation Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 1, 1st MLG, learn how to operate, maintain, and troubleshoot crew-served weapons in the machine gun course hosted by the 1st MLG Combat Skills Training School.
Humanitarian Assistance Village
Humanitarian Assistance Village
U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Derek Jonese, with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, helps a Young Marine put on the helmet for the Explosive Ordnance Disposal 9 bomb suit at the Humanitarian Assistance Village during San Francisco Fleet Week Oct. 7, 2017. San Francisco Fleet Week is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. Fleet Week will highlight naval personnel, equipment, technology and capabilities, with an emphasis on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Humanitarian Assistance Village
Humanitarian Assistance Village
U.S. Marine Sgt. Zerak Renner, with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, demonstrates the Small Unmanned Ground Vehicle 310 at the Humanitarian Assistance Village during San Francisco Fleet Week Oct. 7, 2017. San Francisco Fleet Week is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. Fleet Week will highlight naval personnel, equipment, technology and capabilities, with an emphasis on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Humanitarian Assistance Village
Humanitarian Assistance Village
U.S. Marine Cpl. Jared Greer, with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks to local San Franciscans about an MK36 7 ton wrecker on display at the Humanitarian Assistance Village during San Francisco Fleet Week Oct. 7, 2017. San Francisco Fleet Week is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. Fleet Week will highlight naval personnel, equipment, technology and capabilities, with an emphasis on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Humanitarian Assistance Village
Humanitarian Assistance Village
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Shawn Lardizabal, with Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, talks about the capabilities of the Lightweight Water Purification System at the Humanitarian Assistance Village during San Francisco Fleet Week Oct. 7, 2017. San Francisco Fleet Week is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard teams and experience America’s sea services. Fleet Week will highlight naval personnel, equipment, technology and capabilities, with an emphasis on humanitarian assistance and disaster relief. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
Staying Alive
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
Staying Alive
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion 13 discuss a fragmentary order during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Jul. 8, 2017. After four days of classroom instruction the Marines were evaluated with a hyper realistic trauma range designed to test their skills under pressure.
Staying Alive
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion 13 discuss a fragmentary order during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Jul. 8, 2017. After four days of classroom instruction the Marines were evaluated with a hyper realistic trauma range designed to test their skills under pressure.
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
Staying Alive
A U.S. Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 13 provides security while a simulated casualty is transported to safety during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The Marines are placed in scenarios meant to test them not only tactically through patrolling but also establishing and securing an expedient casualty collection point, assessment, treatment and triage of all casualties, and movement of patient under fire to a landing zone.
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Jason L. Waddell, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 13, provides triage to a simulated casualty during a field medical exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The exercise is focused on providing units with a combined arms training regimen with a focus on medical abilities.
Staying Alive
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Jason L. Waddell, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 13, provides triage to a simulated casualty during a field medical exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The exercise is focused on providing units with a combined arms training regimen with a focus on medical abilities.
U.S. Marines treat the wounds of a simulated casualty during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
Staying Alive
U.S. Marines treat the wounds of a simulated casualty during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
U.S. Marines treat the wounds of a simulated casualty during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
Staying Alive
U.S. Marines treat the wounds of a simulated casualty during a field medical training exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
U.S. Marines treat a trauma manikin while being evaluated by a U.S. Navy corpsman during a field medical exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
Staying Alive
U.S. Marines treat a trauma manikin while being evaluated by a U.S. Navy corpsman during a field medical exercise on Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jul. 18, 2017. The trauma manikins provide students with are not only anatomically correct but allow training on various wounds to include amputation, sucking chest wounds, fractures, gunshot wounds, abdominal eviscerations and airway compromise due to facial trauma.
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Vella Jackson, a food service specialist with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, dresses a wound with gauze during the practical application portion of a combat lifesaver course July 22, 2017. The CLS course provides Marines with experience in a realistic, high stress environment, as well as instructional knowledge and techniques necessary to provide effective combat lifesaving training for medical personnel and selective Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
How To Save A Life
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Vella Jackson, a food service specialist with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, dresses a wound with gauze during the practical application portion of a combat lifesaver course July 22, 2017. The CLS course provides Marines with experience in a realistic, high stress environment, as well as instructional knowledge and techniques necessary to provide effective combat lifesaving training for medical personnel and selective Marines. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Laine Fife, a marksmanship coach with the Marksmanship Training Unit, Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, uses gauze to wrap up a wounded hand during the practical application portion of a combat lifesaver course July 22, 2017. Through the CLS course, Marines add combat casualty care to their arsenal of individual capabilities. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
How To Save A Life
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Laine Fife, a marksmanship coach with the Marksmanship Training Unit, Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, uses gauze to wrap up a wounded hand during the practical application portion of a combat lifesaver course July 22, 2017. Through the CLS course, Marines add combat casualty care to their arsenal of individual capabilities. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Julius Donath, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), looks through a quicksilver sampling kit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 13, 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines from 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across I Marine Expeditionary Force.
Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outift Course
U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. Julius Donath, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), looks through a quicksilver sampling kit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 13, 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines from 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across I Marine Expeditionary Force.
U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), drops a liquid into a sample jar during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 13, 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines from 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across I Marine Expeditionary Force.
Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outift Course
U.S. Marine Corps Pfc. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), drops a liquid into a sample jar during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 13, 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines from 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across I Marine Expeditionary Force.
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, poses beside Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Through The Lens: Motor Transport
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, poses beside Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a picture before climbing into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Through The Lens: Motor Transport
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a picture before climbing into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, climbs into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Through The Lens: Motor Transport
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, climbs into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, checks wires, lights and hook ups of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Through The Lens: Motor Transport
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, checks wires, lights and hook ups of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a picture before climbing into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Through The Lens: Motor Transport
U.S. Marine Pfc. Heather Bartulewicz, a motor transport operator with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a picture before climbing into a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement MK23 truck as she prepares to transport mission essential gear from one location to the next on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 20, 2017. Motor Transport operators maintain and operate both commercial and tactical vehicles and are responsible for the transportation of everything from supplies and resources, to Marines and their equipment. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps PFC. James Fish, a Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRN) specialist with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG), conducts training in a Level A Vapor Protection suit during a Dismount Recon Sets Kit and Outfits (DRSKO) course on Camp Pendleton, Calif. June 13 2017. The training was hosted by the CBRN Marines form 1st MLG. The purpose of the training was to provide familiarization on the new DRSKO equipment to CBRN Marines from across 1 Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Gunnery Sgt. Evan Ahlin)
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze renders honors during the national anthem at the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze renders honors during the national anthem at the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (center) exchanges the regimental colors with Col. James R. Hensein (left) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (center) exchanges the regimental colors with Col. James R. Hensein (left) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (center) exchanges the regimental colors with Col. James R. Hensein (left) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (center) exchanges the regimental colors with Col. James R. Hensein (left) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
U.S. Marines with 1st Marine Logistics Group perform a pass in review in front of Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and James R. Hensein (right) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marines with 1st Marine Logistics Group perform a pass in review in front of Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and James R. Hensein (right) during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze prepares to receive his award during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze prepares to receive his award during the Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, change of command ceremony on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Col. Frietze his away and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
U.S. Marine Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and James R. Hensien (right) return a salute during the pass in review at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and James R. Hensien (right) return a salute during the pass in review at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (right) and James R. Hensien (left) stand ready to inspect the unit during the pass in review at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Cols. Phillip N. Frietze (right) and James R. Hensien (left) stand ready to inspect the unit during the pass in review at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and Sgt. Major Carlos A. Ruiz (right) shake hands after Frietze receives his award at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Headquarters Regiment Change of Command
U.S. Marine Col. Phillip N. Frietze (left) and Sgt. Major Carlos A. Ruiz (right) shake hands after Frietze receives his award at the 1st Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Regiment Change of Command on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 15, 2017. The ceremony included marching of the colors, passing of the regimental colors, presenting Frietze his award and closing remarks from the oncoming and off going personnel as well as the 1st MLG Commanding General, Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
A U.S. Marine with 1st Marine Logistics group participates in the water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. The purpose of the water survival course is to strengthen the individual Marine’s self-preservation and rescue skills in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Into the Blue
A U.S. Marine with 1st Marine Logistics group participates in the water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. The purpose of the water survival course is to strengthen the individual Marine’s self-preservation and rescue skills in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
U.S. Marines with the 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG) participate in the water survival advanced course at Camp Pendleton, California, June 14, 2017. The purpose of the water survival course is to strengthen the individual Marine’s self-preservation and rescue skills in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
Into the Blue
U.S. Marines with the 1st Marine Logistics Group (MLG) participate in the water survival advanced course at Camp Pendleton, California, June 14, 2017. The purpose of the water survival course is to strengthen the individual Marine’s self-preservation and rescue skills in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
U.S. Marine Cpl. Daniel Ramech, a Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, observes a water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. MCIWS teaches Marines how to improve their abilities in surviving and saving others in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
Into the Blue
U.S. Marine Cpl. Daniel Ramech, a Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, observes a water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. MCIWS teaches Marines how to improve their abilities in surviving and saving others in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
U.S. Marine Cpl. Daniel Ramech, a Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, observes a water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. MCIWS teaches Marines how to improve their abilities in surviving and saving others in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
Into the Blue
U.S. Marine Cpl. Daniel Ramech, a Marine Corps Instructor of Water Survival with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, observes a water survival advanced course on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 14, 2017. MCIWS teaches Marines how to improve their abilities in surviving and saving others in water. 1st MLG is home to multiple military occupations that work together to provide support to each element of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force through logistics beyond the capabilities of the supported units. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotiny)
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Taj Stewart, a field radio operator with Communication Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group utilizes an Army-Navy Portable Radio Communication to send transmissions on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 12, 2017. The Army-Navy Portable Radio Communication is used to transmit short-range, two-way radiotelephone voice communications. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
Radio Transmissions
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Taj Stewart, a field radio operator with Communication Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group utilizes an Army-Navy Portable Radio Communication to send transmissions on Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 12, 2017. The Army-Navy Portable Radio Communication is used to transmit short-range, two-way radiotelephone voice communications. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Timothy Shoemaker)
A Marine Corps High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is parked in the loading bay of an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft during Strategic Mobility Exercise on March Air Force Reserve Base, Calif., March 12, 2017. STRATMOBEX is a training exercise conducted by the 1st Marine Logistics Group in order to maintain readiness and sharpen skills needed to rapidly deploy personnel and equipment on a large scale.
Practice makes performance: MLG Marines train for large scale deployment
A Marine Corps High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle (HMMWV) is parked in the loading bay of an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft during Strategic Mobility Exercise on March Air Force Reserve Base, Calif., March 12, 2017. STRATMOBEX is a training exercise conducted by the 1st Marine Logistics Group in order to maintain readiness and sharpen skills needed to rapidly deploy personnel and equipment on a large scale.
Airmen with 50th Aerial Port Squadron, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, strap down three Marine Corps High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) that are parked in the loading bay of an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft during Strategic Mobility Exercise on March Air Force Reserve Base, Calif., March 12, 2017. STRATMOBEX is a training exercise conducted by the 1st Marine Logistics Group in order to maintain readiness and sharpen skills needed to rapidly deploy personnel and equipment on a large scale.
Practice makes performance: MLG Marines train for large scale deployment
Airmen with 50th Aerial Port Squadron, 452nd Air Mobility Wing, strap down three Marine Corps High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicles (HMMWV) that are parked in the loading bay of an Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft during Strategic Mobility Exercise on March Air Force Reserve Base, Calif., March 12, 2017. STRATMOBEX is a training exercise conducted by the 1st Marine Logistics Group in order to maintain readiness and sharpen skills needed to rapidly deploy personnel and equipment on a large scale.
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Emmauel Gomezricart and Lance Cpl. Daniel Howell lead medical technicians on a walkthrough of an expeditionary field kitchen during Preventative Medicine Exercise 2016 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 10, 2016. The medical technicians inspected for sanitation, operational ability of the equipment and for the presence of vermin. 1st Medical Battalion used this exercise to better prepare their Sailors for deployments and to practice accomplishing an objective in a field environment. Gomezricart and Howell are food service specialists with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
Gear Check: 1st Medical Battalion trains for deployed environments
U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Emmauel Gomezricart and Lance Cpl. Daniel Howell lead medical technicians on a walkthrough of an expeditionary field kitchen during Preventative Medicine Exercise 2016 at Camp Pendleton, Calif., Nov. 10, 2016. The medical technicians inspected for sanitation, operational ability of the equipment and for the presence of vermin. 1st Medical Battalion used this exercise to better prepare their Sailors for deployments and to practice accomplishing an objective in a field environment. Gomezricart and Howell are food service specialists with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Joseph Sorci)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, load a 500-gallon drum of water on to the back of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. The full drum weighs over 4,000 pounds and was airlifted into the area of operation to support Marine ground units by a CH-53E Super Stallion with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, load a 500-gallon drum of water on to the back of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. The full drum weighs over 4,000 pounds and was airlifted into the area of operation to support Marine ground units by a CH-53E Super Stallion with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, unload Meals Ready to Eat from the back of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement in Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 22, 2016. CLB-15 resupplied Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, with 1,900 gallons of water and seven pallets of Meals Ready to Eat during the mountain exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, unload Meals Ready to Eat from the back of a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement in Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 22, 2016. CLB-15 resupplied Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, with 1,900 gallons of water and seven pallets of Meals Ready to Eat during the mountain exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
U.S. Marines from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466 land a UH-1Y Venom to transport a simulated casualty back to medical facilities at base camp in Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 21, 2016. During the scenario-based mountain exercise Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, were tested with enemy contact, possible improvised explosive devices and the harsh environment as they supported the ground combat element. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466 land a UH-1Y Venom to transport a simulated casualty back to medical facilities at base camp in Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 21, 2016. During the scenario-based mountain exercise Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, were tested with enemy contact, possible improvised explosive devices and the harsh environment as they supported the ground combat element. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
U.S. Marines Cpl. Jesse Gunderson and Lance Cpl. Juan Cerda attach tow cables from the AMK-36 wrecker vehicle to a broken Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. The AMK-36 wrecker recovery vehicle’s heavy tow capability made it possible for the Marines to get the immobile MTVR back down to the base of the mountain. Gunderson, a wrecker operator and Cerda, a motor transportation technician, are both with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines Cpl. Jesse Gunderson and Lance Cpl. Juan Cerda attach tow cables from the AMK-36 wrecker vehicle to a broken Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. The AMK-36 wrecker recovery vehicle’s heavy tow capability made it possible for the Marines to get the immobile MTVR back down to the base of the mountain. Gunderson, a wrecker operator and Cerda, a motor transportation technician, are both with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
U.S. Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, carry food and tents supplied by Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, to a security post at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. During the mountain exercise CLB-15 supplied 3/4 Marines with seven pallets of Meals Ready to Eat and 1,900 gallons of water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines from 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, carry food and tents supplied by Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, to a security post at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 23, 2016. During the mountain exercise CLB-15 supplied 3/4 Marines with seven pallets of Meals Ready to Eat and 1,900 gallons of water. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Austin Mealy)
A CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, hovers to pick up a 500-gallon drum of water from U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
A CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, hovers to pick up a 500-gallon drum of water from U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, wait by a 500-gallon drum of water to conduct a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, wait by a 500-gallon drum of water to conduct a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
A CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, transports a 500-gallon drum of water to Marines who are conducting field operations in the Sierra Mesa Mountains, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum supported Marines who participating during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
A CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, transports a 500-gallon drum of water to Marines who are conducting field operations in the Sierra Mesa Mountains, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum supported Marines who participating during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, strap a 500-gallon drum of water to a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, strap a 500-gallon drum of water to a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, strap a 500-gallon drum of water to a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, strap a 500-gallon drum of water to a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, grab a hook lowered by a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, to pick up a 500-gallon drum of water during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The Marines use a pole to grab the hook lowered by the helicopter to ground the electrical currents before grabbing it by hand. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
High Altitude Training, Logistics in Bridgeport
U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and 3rd Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, grab a hook lowered by a CH-53E Super Stallion, with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 466, to pick up a 500-gallon drum of water during a Helicopter Support Team drill at Mountain Warfare Training Center, Bridgeport, Calif., Oct. 25, 2016. The Marines use a pole to grab the hook lowered by the helicopter to ground the electrical currents before grabbing it by hand. The drum was taken into the Sierra Mesa Mountains to support Marines who are conducting field operations during Mountain Exercise 6-16. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Private First Class Senora Lyons, a company clerk with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, sings the National Anthem, Sept. 25, 2016, at Petco Park, San Diego, Calif. Around 28,400 spectators stood and sang with Lyons at the San Diego Padres vs. the San Francisco Giants baseball game. Servicemembers from the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps performed during the opening ceremony and at the 7th inning stretch. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
Marine Sings National Anthem
Private First Class Senora Lyons, a company clerk with Headquarters Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, sings the National Anthem, Sept. 25, 2016, at Petco Park, San Diego, Calif. Around 28,400 spectators stood and sang with Lyons at the San Diego Padres vs. the San Francisco Giants baseball game. Servicemembers from the Navy, Coast Guard and Marine Corps performed during the opening ceremony and at the 7th inning stretch. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Adam Dublinske)
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
The 18th Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Ronald L. Green, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a Tactical Convoy Course on Camp Pendleton Calif., Aug. 16, 2016. Sergeant Major Green discussed issues with in the Marine Corps and protecting that you earn. (Official U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Rodion Zabolotniy)
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon presents Sgt. Lara Deleon with the I Marine Expeditionary Force Navy and Marine Corps Association Leadership Award at the 1st Marine Logistics Group quarterly awards ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., July 29, 2016. Ottignon is the 1st MLG commanding general and Deleon is a maintenance chief with Headquarters Regiment. Deleon was one of the Marines recognized at the ceremony for their outstanding achievements in the performance of their duties for the fiscal year 2016 third quarter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Carson Gramley/released)
Attention to orders: 1st MLG Marines recognized for excellence
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon presents Sgt. Lara Deleon with the I Marine Expeditionary Force Navy and Marine Corps Association Leadership Award at the 1st Marine Logistics Group quarterly awards ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., July 29, 2016. Ottignon is the 1st MLG commanding general and Deleon is a maintenance chief with Headquarters Regiment. Deleon was one of the Marines recognized at the ceremony for their outstanding achievements in the performance of their duties for the fiscal year 2016 third quarter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Carson Gramley/released)
U.S. Marine Cpl. James Yoder conducts radio checks during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Yoder is a technical controller with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
1st MLG communication Marines set the standard
U.S. Marine Cpl. James Yoder conducts radio checks during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Yoder is a technical controller with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matthew Peterson works on communication equipment during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Peterson is a field radio operator with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
1st MLG communication Marines set the standard
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matthew Peterson works on communication equipment during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Peterson is a field radio operator with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matthew Peterson works on communication equipment during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Peterson is a field radio operator with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
1st MLG communication Marines set the standard
U.S. Marine Cpl. Matthew Peterson works on communication equipment during Command Post Exercise 3 aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28, 2016. Peterson is a field radio operator with Communications Company, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group. During the exercise, Marines with Communications Company proved they could communicate not only within their own subordinate and adjacent units, but also 3rd Marine Air Craft Wing, 1st Marine Division, and I Marine Expeditionary Force. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ Released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place laughs at a joke while she waits for her award ceremony to begin aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an Impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place laughs at a joke while she waits for her award ceremony to begin aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an Impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place waits with her neighbors during her award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place waits with her neighbors during her award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her neighbors during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her neighbors during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Jennifer Barela, one of Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place’s neighbors and the survivors of the brutal attack, looks out at dozens of Marines during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place, a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of Barela and her daughter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Jennifer Barela, one of Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place’s neighbors and the survivors of the brutal attack, looks out at dozens of Marines during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place, a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of Barela and her daughter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a picture with her friend Chief Petty Officer 2 Breighanna Cather. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a picture with her friend Chief Petty Officer 2 Breighanna Cather. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place runs to her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place runs to her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place is awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded this for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place is awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded this for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Jennifer Barela, one of Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place’s neighbors and the survivors of the brutal attack, looks out at dozens of Marines during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place, a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of Barela and her daughter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Jennifer Barela, one of Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place’s neighbors and the survivors of the brutal attack, looks out at dozens of Marines during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place, a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of Barela and her daughter. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her neighbors and their family during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place poses for a photo with her neighbors and their family during Place’s award ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 11, 2016. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place runs to her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place runs to her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place kisses her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Selfless devotion: Camp Pendleton-based Sailor renders aid, saves neighbors’ lives
Chief Petty Officer Jaclyn Place kisses her daughter. Place is a lead chief petty officer with the Headquarters Regimental Aid Station, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and was awarded an impact Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for her selfless and decisive actions that saved the lives of her neighbors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/released)
Brigadier Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group commanding general, Master Chief Petty Officer Harlan B. Patawaran, the command master chief of 1st MLG, and Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, the sergeant major of 1st MLG, share lunch with meritoriously promoted sergeants aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 23, 2016. The gathering served as an ideal opportunity for the four meritoriously promoted sergeants to draw on the leaders’ knowledge and experience through discussions of leadership, work ethic, family life, and what it means to be a sergeant of Marines. The four Marines promoted included Sgt. Casey Primeaux, a combat engineer with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, Sgt. Nadia Gonzalezdiez, a food service specialist with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, Sgt. Ryan Langham, a communications maintenance technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 5, and Sgt. Tyrose Lawas, a warehouse clerk with Combat Logistics Regiment 15, all under 1st MLG.
1st MLG leaders break bread with meritorious sergeants
Brigadier Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group commanding general, Master Chief Petty Officer Harlan B. Patawaran, the command master chief of 1st MLG, and Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, the sergeant major of 1st MLG, share lunch with meritoriously promoted sergeants aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 23, 2016. The gathering served as an ideal opportunity for the four meritoriously promoted sergeants to draw on the leaders’ knowledge and experience through discussions of leadership, work ethic, family life, and what it means to be a sergeant of Marines. The four Marines promoted included Sgt. Casey Primeaux, a combat engineer with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, Sgt. Nadia Gonzalezdiez, a food service specialist with Food Service Company, Headquarters Regiment, Sgt. Ryan Langham, a communications maintenance technician with Combat Logistics Battalion 5, and Sgt. Tyrose Lawas, a warehouse clerk with Combat Logistics Regiment 15, all under 1st MLG.
A CH-53E from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 hovers above as Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 rush in to attach 6,200-pound weight to the helicopter aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with CLB-11 support HMH-465 during daytime external lift training to prepare for future deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Marines with HMH-465 support CLB-11 with external-lift training
A CH-53E from Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 hovers above as Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 rush in to attach 6,200-pound weight to the helicopter aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with CLB-11 support HMH-465 during daytime external lift training to prepare for future deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 prepare a 6,200 pound steel beam for a CH-53E Super Stallion lift aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 and CLB-11 practiced daytime external lift training to prepare for deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Marines with HMH-465 support CLB-11 with external-lift training
Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 prepare a 6,200 pound steel beam for a CH-53E Super Stallion lift aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 and CLB-11 practiced daytime external lift training to prepare for deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 prepare a 6,200 pound steel beam for a CH-53E Super Stallion lift aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 and CLB-11 practiced daytime external lift training to prepare for deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Marines with HMH-465 support CLB-11 with external-lift training
Marines with Combat Logistic Battalion (CLB) 11 prepare a 6,200 pound steel beam for a CH-53E Super Stallion lift aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Jan. 7. Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron (HMH) 465 and CLB-11 practiced daytime external lift training to prepare for deployments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Robinson/Released)
Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Pinning on the Rocker
Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Pinning on the Rocker
Brig. Gen. David A. Ottignon, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Commanding General, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Sergeant Major, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Pinning on the Rocker
Sgt. Maj. Troy E. Black, the 1st Marine Logistics Group Sergeant Major, spoke at the Staff Sergeant's Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton Friday, Nov. 20. Newly selected and promoted staff sergeants gathered at this seminar to gain insight on expectations of a staff NCO from the senior enlisted and officers' perspective.
Hey mainside! 
 If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Happy birthday Marines!!!
Hey mainside! If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Hey mainside! 
 If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Happy birthday Marines!!!
Hey mainside! If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Hey mainside! 
 If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Happy birthday Marines!!!
Hey mainside! If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Hey mainside! 
 If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Happy birthday Marines!!!
Hey mainside! If you heard what sounded like stampede of motivation this morning, worry not. It was just headquarters regiment celebrating the Marine Corps Birthday with a little moto run.
Commanding Generals from each of the four Marine Logistics Groups came together at Camp Pendleton, Calif., for a Quad MLG Conference in an effort to plan for future organizational and logistics changes that will affect their units, Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Meeting of the Minds: 2015 Quad MLG Conference
Commanding Generals from each of the four Marine Logistics Groups came together at Camp Pendleton, Calif., for a Quad MLG Conference in an effort to plan for future organizational and logistics changes that will affect their units, Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Brigadier General David A. Ottignon, commanding general, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and Brig. General Charles G. Chiarotti, commanding general, 2nd MLG, discuss organizational details during a Quad MLG Conference where the commanding generals of the four Marine Logistics Groups came together in an effort to plan for future organization and logistic changes that will affect their units, aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Meeting of the Minds: 2015 Quad MLG Conference
Brigadier General David A. Ottignon, commanding general, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and Brig. General Charles G. Chiarotti, commanding general, 2nd MLG, discuss organizational details during a Quad MLG Conference where the commanding generals of the four Marine Logistics Groups came together in an effort to plan for future organization and logistic changes that will affect their units, aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Brigadier General David A. Ottignon, commanding general, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains his thoughts during a Quad MLG Conference where the commanding generals of the four MLGs came together in an effort to plan for future organization and logistic changes that will affect their units, aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Meeting of the Minds: 2015 Quad MLG Conference
Brigadier General David A. Ottignon, commanding general, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains his thoughts during a Quad MLG Conference where the commanding generals of the four MLGs came together in an effort to plan for future organization and logistic changes that will affect their units, aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., Oct. 7, 2015. The four general officers discussed various topics and proposed plans that will help them stay on the same page while simultaneously operating within their specific operational capabilities and capacities.
Being a Marine is not a job but a way of life.  Give your all to be the best human being, teammate and Marine or Sailor possible.  The end result will be an unbeatable force ready to take on any mission, any place, and any time. When we do execute our missions and our lives in this way, we will take our proper place alongside the long line of Marines and Sailors who have preceded us.  Let's go!
A Message from the 37th Commandant of the Marine Corps
Being a Marine is not a job but a way of life. Give your all to be the best human being, teammate and Marine or Sailor possible. The end result will be an unbeatable force ready to take on any mission, any place, and any time. When we do execute our missions and our lives in this way, we will take our proper place alongside the long line of Marines and Sailors who have preceded us. Let's go!
13th MEU Shock Trauma Platoon: From air to care

Petty Officer 2nd Class Phillip Lopez (front) and Seaman Jordan Saco, U.S. Navy Corpsmen with Shock Trauma Platoon, Combat Logistics Battalion 13, the logistics combat element for the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, carry a simulated casualty on a stretcher to the rear of a medical aid vehicle at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, during training to familiarize medical personnel with attending to casualties arriving on the flight line at Realistic Urban Training (RUT) Exercise, Sept. 2, 2015. RUT is the final ground-based training requirement prior to deployment as the 13th MEU moves toward operating embarked at sea.
13th MEU Shock Trauma Platoon: From air to care
13th MEU Shock Trauma Platoon: From air to care Petty Officer 2nd Class Phillip Lopez (front) and Seaman Jordan Saco, U.S. Navy Corpsmen with Shock Trauma Platoon, Combat Logistics Battalion 13, the logistics combat element for the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, carry a simulated casualty on a stretcher to the rear of a medical aid vehicle at Fort Hunter Liggett, California, during training to familiarize medical personnel with attending to casualties arriving on the flight line at Realistic Urban Training (RUT) Exercise, Sept. 2, 2015. RUT is the final ground-based training requirement prior to deployment as the 13th MEU moves toward operating embarked at sea.
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), speaks to Marines, Sailors, family, and friends who attended the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy/Released)
1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), speaks to Marines, Sailors, family, and friends who attended the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy/Released)
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), and Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon render honors to colors during the pass in review of the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), and Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon render honors to colors during the pass in review of the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), passes the Group Colors to Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon during the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command
U.S. Marine Maj. General Vincent A. Coglinese, 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG), passes the Group Colors to Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon during the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marines of 1st Marine Logistics Group take part in the Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command
U.S. Marines of 1st Marine Logistics Group take part in the Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG) speaks to Marines, Sailors, family, and friends who attended during the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command
U.S. Marine Brig. Gen. David A Ottignon 1st Marine Logistics Group (1st MLG) speaks to Marines, Sailors, family, and friends who attended during the 1st Marine Logistics Group Change of Command Ceremony aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 24, 2015. The Change of Command for 1st MLG showcased the passing of command from Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglinese to Brig. Gen. David a Ottignon. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marine Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement is loaded onto U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
U.S. Marine Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement is loaded onto U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 lands on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 lands on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 unloads a U.S. Marine Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement onto Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 unloads a U.S. Marine Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement onto Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 lands on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
U.S. Navy Landing Craft Air Cushioned (LCAC) vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 lands on Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Colonel Phillip N. Frietze, Commanding Officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a loading exercise aboard Red Beach Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps' role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
Colonel Phillip N. Frietze, Commanding Officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks with Marines of Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, during a loading exercise aboard Red Beach Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps' role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
A Landing Craft Air Cushioned vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 unloads a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement onto Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps' role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Combat Logistics Battalion 11 Loading Exercise
A Landing Craft Air Cushioned vehicle from Assault Craft Unit 5 unloads a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement onto Red Beach as part of a loading exercise along side Combat Logistics Battalion 11, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 23, 2015. This loading exercise reinforces the Marine Corps' role as an amphibious force in readiness by maintaining capabilities through realistic training.(U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, addresses a crowd during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy, combat camera/ released)
Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, addresses a crowd during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy, combat camera/ released)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Phillip N. Frietze, on coming commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, addresses a crowd during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy, combat camera/ released)
Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Phillip N. Frietze, on coming commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, addresses a crowd during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps Photo by Cpl. Rodion Zabolotniy, combat camera/ released)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, passes the colors to on coming commanding officer Col. Phillip N. Frietze during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, passes the colors to on coming commanding officer Col. Phillip N. Frietze during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, and on coming commanding officer, Col. Phillip N. Frietze salute the colors during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment
U.S. Marine Corps Col. Eric B. Kraft, off going commanding officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, 1 Marine Expeditionary Force, and on coming commanding officer, Col. Phillip N. Frietze salute the colors during the Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment aboard Camp Pendleton Calif., May 1, 2015. The Change of Command Ceremony for Headquarters Regiment showcased the passing of command from Col. Eric B. Kraft to Col. Phillip N. Frietze. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Lauren Falk/Released)
Navy Capt. Bill Appleton, the command chaplain for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gives a sermon to Marines and Sailors during the I Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 22, 2015. Appleton provided Marines and Sailors with a service during the training operation for spiritual support. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Cody Haas/Released)
First MLG chaplains provide religious support during IMEF Exercise
Navy Capt. Bill Appleton, the command chaplain for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, gives a sermon to Marines and Sailors during the I Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 22, 2015. Appleton provided Marines and Sailors with a service during the training operation for spiritual support. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Cody Haas/Released)
Navy Capt. Bill Appleton, the command chaplain for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks during a sermon to Marines and Sailors during the I Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 22, 2015. Appleton provided Marines and Sailors with a service during the training operation for spiritual support. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Cody Haas/ Released)
First MLG chaplains provide religious support during IMEF Exercise
Navy Capt. Bill Appleton, the command chaplain for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, speaks during a sermon to Marines and Sailors during the I Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Feb. 22, 2015. Appleton provided Marines and Sailors with a service during the training operation for spiritual support. (Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Cody Haas/ Released)
A data network specialist from Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, communicates with an MV-22 Osprey pilot during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
A data network specialist from Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, communicates with an MV-22 Osprey pilot during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
A corpsman with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treats a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
A corpsman with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treats a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Sailors with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treat a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
Sailors with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treat a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Corpsmen with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, transfer a simulated casualty onto an MV-22 Osprey during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
Corpsmen with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, transfer a simulated casualty onto an MV-22 Osprey during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Major Elishama Wheeler, G-6 Operations Officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains an emerging communications capability called digital interoperability to Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese, 1st MLG Commanding General, during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
Major Elishama Wheeler, G-6 Operations Officer, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains an emerging communications capability called digital interoperability to Maj. Gen. Vincent A. Coglianese, 1st MLG Commanding General, during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Corpsmen with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treat a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
Corpsmen with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treat a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
A corpsman with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treats a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Emerging communications capability set to save lives during critical en-route care operations
A corpsman with Alpha Surgical Company, 1st Medical Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, treats a simulated casualty during an en-route care exercise aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., Jan. 28, 2015. During the four-day exercise, corpsmen trained to prepare a Special-Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force group that is going to forward deploy later this year. The more than 40 corpsmen set up a shock trauma platoon facility, or mobile emergency room, to treat simulated casualties. The casualties were stabilized in the STP and then flown out via aircraft. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/Released)
Even as a young child Lance Cpl. Senora Lyons, knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up. The now 20-year-old administrative specialist for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group found the same motivation in the Marine Corps as she did developing her talent in music. Despite the detour, she is committed to achieving her childhood dream.
Q&A: Administrative specialist Lance Corporal Senora Lyons
Even as a young child Lance Cpl. Senora Lyons, knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up. The now 20-year-old administrative specialist for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group found the same motivation in the Marine Corps as she did developing her talent in music. Despite the detour, she is committed to achieving her childhood dream.
Even as a young child Lance Cpl. Senora Lyons, knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up. The now 20-year-old administrative specialist for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group found the same motivation in the Marine Corps as she did developing her talent in music. Despite the detour, she is committed to achieving her childhood dream.
Q&A: Administrative specialist Lance Corporal Senora Lyons
Even as a young child Lance Cpl. Senora Lyons, knew exactly what she wanted to do when she grew up. The now 20-year-old administrative specialist for Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group found the same motivation in the Marine Corps as she did developing her talent in music. Despite the detour, she is committed to achieving her childhood dream.
Marine Corps Systems Command personnel monitor a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute drop during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
LS Marines test newest JPADS system
Marine Corps Systems Command personnel monitor a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute drop during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
Lance Cpl. Chiem T. Saeteurn of Seattle strings together a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
LS Marines test newest JPADS system
Lance Cpl. Chiem T. Saeteurn of Seattle strings together a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
A Joint Precision Airdrop System drops from an MV-22 Osprey during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
LS Marines test newest JPADS system
A Joint Precision Airdrop System drops from an MV-22 Osprey during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
1st Lt. Stephen Shepard, Landing Support Company, Air Delivery platoon commander, folds a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
LS Marines test newest JPADS system
1st Lt. Stephen Shepard, Landing Support Company, Air Delivery platoon commander, folds a Joint Precision Airdrop System parachute during testing of the system Aug. 26, 2014, at Yuma Proving Ground, Ariz. The JPADS systems use GPS, a modular autonomous guidance unit, or MAGU, a parachute and electric motors to guide cargo within 150 meters of their target points. To test its precision, the Marines used a series of palletized loads attached to parachutes with the GPS integrated system and dropped them from various heights. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Laura Gauna/ released)
Corporal Clifton McReynolds, food service specialist, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a photograph aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 29, 2014. The 22-year old was not excited to be a food service specialist at first, but he found a passion for working with people and now thrives in a job which enables him to serve and converse with hundreds of Marines daily.
Food service specialist becomes 'people person' while on the job
Corporal Clifton McReynolds, food service specialist, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, poses for a photograph aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 29, 2014. The 22-year old was not excited to be a food service specialist at first, but he found a passion for working with people and now thrives in a job which enables him to serve and converse with hundreds of Marines daily.
Corporal Clifton McReynolds, food service specialist, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, handles a hot tray of chicken in preparation for lunch at the 14-area chow hall aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 22, 2014. The 22-year-old was not excited to be a food service specialist at first, but he found a passion for working with people and now thrives in a job which enables him to serve and converse with hundreds of Marines daily.
Food service specialist becomes 'people person' while on the job
Corporal Clifton McReynolds, food service specialist, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, handles a hot tray of chicken in preparation for lunch at the 14-area chow hall aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 22, 2014. The 22-year-old was not excited to be a food service specialist at first, but he found a passion for working with people and now thrives in a job which enables him to serve and converse with hundreds of Marines daily.
Ruby Santos, right, a role-player, meets 1st Lt. Nikolas Gillespie, left, survey team officer-in-charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, while functioning as a mayor for an area in need of humanitarian assistance as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The fog of war, language barriers and logistical issues were 
just a few of the problems the Marines and sailors faced. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
Ruby Santos, right, a role-player, meets 1st Lt. Nikolas Gillespie, left, survey team officer-in-charge with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, while functioning as a mayor for an area in need of humanitarian assistance as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The fog of war, language barriers and logistical issues were just a few of the problems the Marines and sailors faced. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Private First Class Brandon Cleave, left, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, builds rapport with Robert Alvarez Rey Casa, a role-player playing the role of a local government security official, during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 
16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
Private First Class Brandon Cleave, left, a motor vehicle operator with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, builds rapport with Robert Alvarez Rey Casa, a role-player playing the role of a local government security official, during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Marines and corpsmen with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provide security and prepare a simulated casualty for medical evacuation during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine 
Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
Marines and corpsmen with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provide security and prepare a simulated casualty for medical evacuation during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Erik Doman, center, a civil military cooperation representative with the United States Agency for International Development, talks to Col. Erik B. Kraft, left, Headquarters Regiment commanding officer, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and Lt. Col. Wilfred Rivera, right, Combat Logistics Battalion 15 commanding officer, HQ Reg., 1st MLG, during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training taught by the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 
with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by 
Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
Erik Doman, center, a civil military cooperation representative with the United States Agency for International Development, talks to Col. Erik B. Kraft, left, Headquarters Regiment commanding officer, 1st Marine Logistics Group, and Lt. Col. Wilfred Rivera, right, Combat Logistics Battalion 15 commanding officer, HQ Reg., 1st MLG, during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training taught by the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Corporal Michael Beck, an electrician with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provides water to a crowd of role-players during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training taught by the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine 
Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
Corporal Michael Beck, an electrician with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, provides water to a crowd of role-players during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training taught by the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, attempts to secure a medical aid station while surrounded by an increasingly belligerent crowd of role-players during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine 
Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
CLB-15 conducts pre-deployment training with Special Operations Training Group
A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, attempts to secure a medical aid station while surrounded by an increasingly belligerent crowd of role-players during a humanitarian aid exercise as part of CLB-15’s pre-deployment training with the Special Operations Training Group, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 16, 2014. The exercise took place over the course of three days, and provided CLB-15 with a realistic and immersive experience. The simulation, set up by SOTG with the help of the USAID, put CLB-15’s Marines and sailors in the middle of a typhoon-ravaged rural Philippine area where they were tasked with providing humanitarian aid and disaster relief, similar to the situation faced by Marines with the 3rd Marine Expeditionary Force during the aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan in 2013. CLB-15 is slated to deploy with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force.
Corporal Cody Burris, left, a 22-year-old of Amelia, Ohio, and Sgt. Rodney Gleisner, right, a 28-year-old of Watertown, N.Y., both maintenance mechanics, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, repair a Humvee during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Corporal Cody Burris, left, a 22-year-old of Amelia, Ohio, and Sgt. Rodney Gleisner, right, a 28-year-old of Watertown, N.Y., both maintenance mechanics, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, repair a Humvee during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Sergeant Andrew Heins, a 22-year-old maintenance mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group repairs a generator during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach 
aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Sergeant Andrew Heins, a 22-year-old maintenance mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group repairs a generator during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, assists "wounded locals" in receiving medical aid during a mass casualty event as part of the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. This event employed the use of role players from SpecPro Technical Services aboard base who used make up to present the service members with authentic-looking injuries. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this 
support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, assists "wounded locals" in receiving medical aid during a mass casualty event as part of the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. This event employed the use of role players from SpecPro Technical Services aboard base who used make up to present the service members with authentic-looking injuries. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Corporal Fernando Cruz, a 21-year-old water support technician, Engineer Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Houston, moves parts of the Tactical Water Purification System during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at the shore of Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The TWPS purified water straight from the ocean that Marines used for hygiene, drinking and cooking purposes. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Corporal Fernando Cruz, a 21-year-old water support technician, Engineer Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Houston, moves parts of the Tactical Water Purification System during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at the shore of Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The TWPS purified water straight from the ocean that Marines used for hygiene, drinking and cooking purposes. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Corporal Fernando Cruz, a 21-year-old water support technician, Engineer Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Houston, adjusts the Tactical Water Purification System during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at the shore of Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The TWPS purified water straight from the ocean that Marines used for hygiene, drinking and cooking purposes. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Corporal Fernando Cruz, a 21-year-old water support technician, Engineer Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Houston, adjusts the Tactical Water Purification System during the battalion's first field training exercise of the year at the shore of Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The TWPS purified water straight from the ocean that Marines used for hygiene, drinking and cooking purposes. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU's primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Lance Cpl. Jabon Pryor, a 21-year-old refrigeration mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Savannah, Ga., guards a “detainee” during an entry control point event as part of the battalion’s first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The ECP checks gave Marines the opportunity to practice the protocol for searching vehicles and personnel. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU’s primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Lance Cpl. Jabon Pryor, a 21-year-old refrigeration mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Regiment 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Savannah, Ga., guards a “detainee” during an entry control point event as part of the battalion’s first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The ECP checks gave Marines the opportunity to practice the protocol for searching vehicles and personnel. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU’s primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Lance Cpl. Dustin Nixon, a 19-year-old, tank mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Currituck, N.C., stops a vehicle containing two “locals” at the entry control point during the battalion’s first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The ECP checks gave Marines the opportunity to practice the protocol for searching vehicles and personnel. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU’s primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
CLB-15 prepares for workups with 15th MEU
Lance Cpl. Dustin Nixon, a 19-year-old, tank mechanic, Maintenance Detachment, Combat Logistics Battalion 15, 1st Marine Logistics Group, of Currituck, N.C., stops a vehicle containing two “locals” at the entry control point during the battalion’s first field training exercise of the year at Red Beach aboard Camp Pendleton, Calif., May 6-10, in preparation for pre-deployment training with the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit this fall. The ECP checks gave Marines the opportunity to practice the protocol for searching vehicles and personnel. The exercise allowed CLB-15 to practice procedures and protocols they will apply while acting the 15th MEU’s primary logistical support element during its deployment early next year. Providing this support to the MEU allows it to focus on its chief objective as a crisis response force, ready to respond to disaster or humanitarian relief operations.
Major Shawn Grzybowski, operations officer with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains his unit’s logistics and transportation capabilities to Col. David Oberlander, right, protection chief with I Corps, during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base San Diego, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Navy,Marine Corps team builds partnership with civil authorities
Major Shawn Grzybowski, operations officer with Headquarters Regiment, 1st Marine Logistics Group, explains his unit’s logistics and transportation capabilities to Col. David Oberlander, right, protection chief with I Corps, during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base San Diego, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Servicemembers and officials with local, state and national agencies observe the amphibious landing of an Improved Lighterage System Causeway Ferry during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base Coronado, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Navy, Marine Corps team builds partnership with civil authorities
Servicemembers and officials with local, state and national agencies observe the amphibious landing of an Improved Lighterage System Causeway Ferry during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base Coronado, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Marines with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, highlight their unit’s capability to provide solar power in a humanitarian aid or disaster relief scenario to Navy officers during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base Coronado, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Navy, Marine Corps team builds partnerships with civil authorities
Marines with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, highlight their unit’s capability to provide solar power in a humanitarian aid or disaster relief scenario to Navy officers during a Defense Support of Civil Authorities conference aboard Naval Base Coronado, Calif., April 29, 2014. The two-day event provided the opportunity for supporting agencies, partners and stakeholders to meet and discuss ideas that would reinforce relations and garner awareness of support goals and supporting agency abilities during local and national disasters. The blue-green team, including servicemembers from the Third Fleet, I Marine Expeditionary Force and 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, educated attendees about existing and future capabilities to support disaster relief through conferences and displays of military tactical vehicle, aircraft and equipment.
Mission

Mission. Provide command and control, administration, communications, food services, services, landing support and terminal operations and security support to the MLG. Serve as the forward echeloning headquarters of the MLG or as the Logistics Combat Element (LCE) headquarters for a Marine Expeditionary Brigade sized Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF). Provide landing support, terminal operations and services support beyond supported unit organic capabilities, to the Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) or smaller MAGTFs. Provide the Logistics Combat Element (LCE) for MEUs.



Concept of Employment

The Headquarters Regiment provides the command and control capabilities required to integrate services support and landing support requirements of the MEF and smaller MAGTFs. Subordinate units of the Headquarters Regiment, under centralized control of the Regimental Commander, are capable of responsive, adaptable task organization to meet the particular support requirements to establish and sustain the relative combat power of the MEF and/or MAGTFs smaller than a MEF. Subordinate units under decentralized control of the Headquarters Regiment can be task organized to provide both general support and direct support tactical level logistics to MAGTFs smaller than a MEF.


Headquarters Regiment Leaders

Colonel James R. Hensien
Commanding Officer, Headquarters Regiment
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SgtMaj Carlos A. Ruiz
Sergeant Major, Headquarters Regiment
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