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4th Marine Logistics Group
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4th Marine Logistics Group insignia
Active February 6, 1966
Country United States
Allegiance United States
Branch USMC
Type Logistics
Role Multi-faceted combat service support
Part of Marine Forces Reserve
Garrison/HQ New Orleans, Louisiana
Motto "In Omnia Paratus"
"Prepared for all things"
Commanders
Current
commander
BGen E. G. Payne

The 4th Marine Logistics Group (4th MLG) is a logistics unit of the United States Marine Corps and is headquartered at New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Mission

Provide general and direct support and sustained combat service support above the organic capabilities of the support element of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF). These supported units maybe in garrison, combat, and/or in separate locations. The MLG will Support the MAGTF in amphibious assaults and subsequent operations ashore

Current units

The 4th Marine Logistics Group comprises:

History

On February 6, 1966, the Headquarters of the 4th Force Service Support Regiment was activated at the Armed Forces Reserve Center in Midland, Texas. During January 1968, the headquarters relocated to the Marine Reserve Training Center, Orlando, Florida. The headquarters again relocated to the Navy and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center, Atlanta, Georgia during 1971. In May 1976, the unit was redesignated the 4th Force Service Support Group, Fleet Marine Force. In January, 1987, the headquarters relocated to Marietta, Georgia. The flag of the 4th FSSG was moved to its present site in New Orleans in February 1992.

See also

References

This article includes text in the public domain from the United States Marine Corps.

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