3rd Marine Logistics Group
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III Marine Expeditionary Force
Providing responsive combat logistics support to III MEF and other Marine Forces within our area of operations, and to joint, combined, and federal agencies as directed, through expeditionary means, forward basing and global sourcing in order to sustain supported units during exercises and contingencies.



Marine and JGSDF leaders tour Marine facilities

U.S. Marine Corps Col. Adam Romnek, right, the company commander for 3rd Maintenance Battalion, greets Lt. Gen Kizuki Ushijima, the ground material...


3D MLG and JGSDF Command Post Exercise 2023

U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Col. Terry Whitaker, the bilateral ground logistics coordination center officer in charge, with Combat Logistics Regiment 37...


Resolute Dragon Opening Ceremony

U.S. Marine Corps and Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force leadership pose for a photo during an opening ceremony for exercise Resolute Dragon 23 at...


Behind the scenes | 12th Marine Regiment prepares for exercise Resolute Dragon 23

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Gabriel Reaid, a mobility non-commissioned officer with 12th Marine Regiment, right, and Lance Cpl. Jayden Ihrke, a...


CLB-4 Conducts Live Fire MK19 Range

U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Ryan Delchambre, left, and PFC. Tai Bowyer, both landing support specialists with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, fire an...


Till we meet again| Combat Logistics Regiment 3 Change of Command Ceremony

U.S. Marine Corps Col. Christopher M. Haar, the outgoing commanding officer of Combat Logistics Regiment 3, is presented the Legion of Merit, given...


HMA Thailand | End of Course presentation

U.S. Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. Jeramie Pawloski, an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technician with 3rd EOD Company, 9th Engineer Support...


3RD MLG Corpsmen meet with JGSDF during a Medical Knowledge Exchange

U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Betsy Mramor, left, a family medicine doctor from 3rd Medical Battalion, discusses the use and effectiveness of a Role-1 Medical...


CLB-4 Conducts a Rehearsal of Concepts for Upcoming Combat Readiness Evaluation

U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lt. Robert Moore, a platoon commander with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, draws tactical routes on a map for a rehearsal of...


U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 4 conduct a Bushido Combat Rubber Raiding Craft Resupply training event

U.S. Marines with Combat Logistics Battalion 4, Combat Logistics Regiment 3, pilot a combat rubber raiding craft on route to Kin Blue during a...


CLR-37 Field Meet and Family Day

U.S. Marine Corps Capt. Brandon Grzyb, a platoon commander with Combat Logistic Regiment 37, participates in a softball game against the Japanese...


Combat Logistics 4 Marines and Sailors Conduct a mass casualty drill during a MCCRE

U.S. Marines and Sailors across 3rd Marine Logistics Group escort a simulated casualty to safety for a mass casualty drill during a Marine Corps...


CLR-37 Hosts Women in Uniform Symposium

U.S. Marines and civilians from across III Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF), pose for a group photo during a Women in Uniform Symposium at Camp...


US, Japan celebrate 78th Reunion of Honor on Iwo To

U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Ricky N. Rupp, commanding general of U.S. Forces Japan, and Brig. Gen. Adam Chalkley, the commanding general of 3rd Marine...

US, Japan celebrate 78th Reunion of Honor on Iwo To
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3rd Marine Logistics Group Leaders

Brig. Gen. Adam L. Chalkley
Commanding General, 3rd MLG

During his staff assignments, he served as the Assistant Logistics Officer for the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit and as Aide de Camp to the 3d Marine Division’s Commanding General.  He has directed U.S. Marine deployment and distribution operations in Iraq, as well as U.S. Marine logistics operations in Afghanistan.  He directed joint logistics operations at U.S. European Command, working closely with allies and partners across Europe to promote regional stability and to set conditions for globally integrated operations. Additionally, he served as Assistant Chief of Staff G-3 (Operations) and Chief of Staff for 2d Marine Logistics Group.

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Sergeant Major Dennis R. Turner
Sergeant Major, 3rd Marine Logistics Group

In September of 2007, Sergeant Major Turner reported to 1st Supply Battalion, Camp Pendleton, CA to serve as the Company Gunnery Sergeant for Supply Company.  Sergeant Major Turner deployed in August 2008 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as the Company Gunnery Sergeant.  Upon returning from Iraq, he was assigned as the Staff Noncommissioned Officer in Charge for the Deployed Support Unit. 

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Command Master Chief Nathan K. Chun
CMDCM, 3rd Marine Logistics Group

In May of 2003, he transferred to NMCB THREE and completed deployments as the Civil Action Team LPO and as assistant Convoy Commander deployed to Iraq.  After leaving NMCB THREE in 2006, he transferred to Naval Construction Training Center, Port Hueneme, as the Alfa Co LPO and Chassis Phase head where he earned his Master Training Specialist (MTS).  In September of 2007, he was selected to Chief and in January 2008, he took over as the Naval Military Training LCPO.

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We want to extend a very warm welcome to everyone who is relocating to Okinawa! Okinawa is a fabulous place to be assigned to and we want to ensure your tour starts off right by providing every possible resource to ensure your relocation to Okinawa is as easy as possible.

Want to learn more about where to shop, eat and play in Okinawa? Looking for transportation schedules for the Green Line and the off-base bus system? Download MCCS Okinawa Liberty App as it provides this and much, much more on what is available on Okinawa.

Okinawa is located approximately 400 miles south of mainland Japan. Okinawa is home to III Marine Expeditionary Force and Marine Corps Installation Pacific (MCIPAC).  Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler (MCB Camp Butler), which falls under MCIPAC, includes Camp KinserCamp FosterCamp CourtneyCamp HansenCamp Schwaband Camp Gonsalves. Okinawa is also home to  Marine Corps Air Station Futenma. Major subordinate commands falling under the III Marine Expeditionary Force include 3rd Marine Logistics Group3rd Marine Division1st Marine Aircraft Wing3rd Marine Expeditionary Brigade, and 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit. Navy presence on Okinawa includes Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa with its tenant commands and the  U.S. Naval Hospital Okinawa on Camp Foster. Naval facilities are physically located throughout Okinawa (on Kadena Air Base, Camp Shields, and White Beach Naval Facility). There is also a significant Air Force and Army presence on Okinawa located at Kadena Air Base and Torii Station. Among what is available on Okinawa, please know that there are Off-Limits Establishments and Areas that are outlined in the IIIMEF/MCIPAC-MCBBBul 5800.

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The Relocation Assistance Program offers comprehensive programs and workshops geared towards assisting service members, their families, and DoD civilians navigate their way through the sometimes stressful relocation process...

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The Single Marine Program (SMP) functions to support single Marines’ leisure interests and Quality of Life (QOL) concerns. SMP serves as the voice for single Marines in identifying concerns, developing initiatives, and providing recommendations through advocacy, recreational activities, special events, and community involvement.

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The New Parent Support Program (NPSP) is a professional team of social workers, counselors, and registered nurses who provide education and support to Marine families who are expecting or raising children aged 0 -5 years old. The NPSP also hosts baby boot camp and group parenting classes, playgroups, and home visits for Marines and their families.

The NPSP is designed to be a reliable resource of information and answers for moms and dads. We offer free home visitations, classes, and groups to promote positive parent-child bonding and attachment as well as balancing family and military life.

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Making the most of your money starts with five building blocks for managing and growing your money -- The MyMoney Five (Earn, Save & Invest, Protect, Spend, Borrow). Keep these five principles in mind as you make day-to-day decisions and plan your financial goals. This website is organized around the MyMoney Five principles so you can quickly identify resources and tools to help you in these areas.

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Transition Readiness Program (TRP) provides our transitioning Marines and their families with the resources and tools needed to reach their personal goals and includes a standardized core curriculum.

The Transition Readiness Program (TRP) works to ensure that Marines are prepared for their transition from military to civilian life and provides Marines and their families with the tools and resources needed to pursue the Department of Defense directed Career Readiness Standards.  The program promotes awareness of the Career Readiness Standards (CRS) that Service Members must meet to create a successful transition and meet TAP compliance per the 10 U.S.C. § 1142(a)(4). Service Members must comply with the below conditions to become TAP compliant.

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3rd Marine Logistics Group
Unit 38401
FPO, AP 96380-8401
Ph:  011-81-611-737-1829

Command Deck
DSN:  315-637-2076

Group Duty Officer
DSN:  315-637-3522
Cell:  090-6861-4582

Calling from Overseas?

In Japan

https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help-now/chat (recommended)

In Europe

Call 00800 1273 8255 or DSN 118

In Korea

Call 080-855-5118 or DSN 118

In Afghanistan

Call 00 1 800 273 8255 or DSN 111

In the Philippines

Dial #MYVA or 02-8550-3888 and press 7

Text Option:  838255

Chat Option

Service Members overseas may contact the crisis lifeline via the chat modality at https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/get-help-now/military-crisis-line/


Frequently Asked Questions

How did 988 impact the Veterans Crisis Line?

The 988 expansion directly addressed the need for ease of access and clarity in times of crisis, both for Veterans and non-Veterans alike.

Have 988 personnel been trained specifically for Veterans?

Veterans Crisis Line responders are continuing to support Veterans, service members, and their families via 988. Responders are trained in crisis intervention and military culture.

What happens when Veterans Press 1?

To reach the Veterans Crisis Line, Veterans need to Press 1 after dialing 988. Veterans and service members who Press 1 are routed to the same trained Veterans Crisis Line responders, 24/7. The Veterans Crisis Line is also available by chat (VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat) and text (838255). The Veterans Crisis Line’s 800 number remains operational for anyone utilizing the 10-digit number option.

Is the Veterans Crisis Line text number changing?

The Veterans Crisis Line is evaluating a new text option for Veterans and their supporters to reach caring, qualified responders 24/7. Upon activation, Veterans will still be able to text via 838255.

What happens to Veterans overseas?

The Veterans Crisis Line’s 800 number is partnered with SAMHSA’s Lifeline network and is, therefore, a Continental United States (CONUS)-based toll-free number that remains active. As such, some international calls may incur a charge, depending upon the caller’s location and network provider. Nonetheless, a Veteran overseas may contact the Veterans Crisis Line via the chat modality at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat. If the Veteran prefers a phone call, they can request this within the chat venue. A Veterans Crisis Line responder will call them at the number they provide at no charge to the Veteran.

For active-duty personnel (VeteransCrisisLine.net/ActiveDuty.aspx), the Veterans Crisis Line is available:

  • In Japan, call 1-800-273-8255 (international calling fees will apply depending on service provider)  or DSN 988
  • In Europe, call 00800 1273 8255 or DSN 118.
  • In Korea, call 080-855-5118 or DSN 118.
  • In Afghanistan, call 00 1 800 273 8255 or DSN 111.
  • In the Philippines, call #MYVA or 02-8550-3888 and press 7
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