3d Meb Experience

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I have served as a platoon commander in the MLG and then as a battalion Supply Officer for 3d Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. I also served as an individual augment for the J-4 for United States Forces – Afghanistan (USFOR-A). For the last two years, I have served as the Deputy A/CS G-4 for the 3d Marine Expeditionary Brigade (3d MEB) where I served as the OIC for an Arrival and Assembly Operations Element (AAOE) while conducting a Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) offload in support of forcible entry operations. In addition to serving as the Deputy G-4, I have also served as the A/CS G-4 for PHIBLEX 2015, the J-4 (Fwd) while conducting Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operations in support of OPERATION SAHAYOGI HAAT, and the C-4 while conducting combined operations during TALISMAN SABER 15.…show more content…
In relation to Expeditionary Force 21, my experiences with 3d MEB have given me first hand insight on combining or aggregating a MEB and how best to sustain from a sea base. As an instructor, I will ensure that the company grade officers understand the lessons learned from our past operations, while being prepared to operate in the 21st century. Challenging oneself intellectually is the first step to maintaining professionally relevancy. This may take the form of attending academic classes, performing on the job cross training Officers are charged with safeguarding the health, safety, and morale of their troops while also ensuring success across a wide range of missions. This is no small feat, requiring knowledge and proficiency in subjects such as military doctrine, leadership, management, tactics, and even the study of human

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