Leader's bio
Commanding Officer, CLB 4
Lieutenant Colonel Brett A. Bohne

LtCol Bohne graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics.  He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in March 2002 and then assigned as a logistics officer.

LtCol Bohne’s operational assignments have included:  two OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM deployments, first as the landing support platoon commander and  Kuwait International Airport Arrival/Departure Airfield Control Group, Aerial Port of Debarkation Officer-in-Charge, and second as a Motor Transportation platoon commander supporting 1st Marine Division (in I MEF area of operations); platoon commander with 2nd Air Delivery, Beach and Terminal Operations Company, Camp Lejeune, NC; S-4 Officer for Battalion Landing Team 2d Battalion, 5th Marines, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit; S-4 Officer 2d Battalion, 5th Marines for an OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM deployment; S-4 Officer (as BOS-I and SAA manager) Task Force Al-Taqqadum (SPARTAN), Iraq; and Executive Officer, Combat Logistics Regiment 17,1st MLG, Camp Pendleton, CA.

His duties in the supporting establishment have included duty as Executive Officer, Recruiting Station Dallas, 8th Marine Corps District; and as Deputy Director Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Division, U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis MD.

LtCol Bohne assumed his current duties as the Commanding Officer of CLB 4 in June 2020.

LtCol Bohne’s military education includes graduating from: United States Army Airborne School; United States Army Aerial Delivery and Material Officer Course; Expeditionary Warfare School; School of MAGTF Logistics Tactical Logistics Operations Course (TLOC); and Marine Corps Command and Staff College.  He holds a Masters of Military Studies from Marine Corps University (2013). 

LtCol Bohne’s awards include the Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy-Marine Corps Achievement Medal with gold star in lieu of second award, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign medal, and Humanitarian Service Medal.