3rd Medical Battalion
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3rd Marine Logistics Group
To provide direct and general health service support to III MEF in order to sustain the combat effort across the full spectrum of MAGTF operations.

3rd Medical Battalion Leadership

Captain Justin C. Logan
Commanding Officer, 3rd Medical Battalion

Captain Logan’s military awards include: Meritorious Service Medal (4th award), Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal (3rd award), Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2nd award).

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Command Master Chief Terence L. Harmon
Command Master Chief, 3rd Medical Battalion

CMDCM (SW/EXW/SCW) Harmon was born in Talladega, Alabama. He enlisted in the United States Navy on December 19, 1994 in Anniston, AL. He completed Recruit Training at RTC Great Lakes on March 1995. After recruit training, he reported to NTTC Great Lakes, IL for Seamanship Training school before reporting to his first fleet assignment.

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Command Quarter Deck/OOD
Calling from the USA:  011-81-611-970-7600
DSN: 315-645-9564
OOD Cell: 090-6861-7600

Calling from the USA:  011-81-611-970-4197
DSN: 315-645-4197
E-mail:  3dmed_s1@usmc.mil


Calling from the USA:  011-81-611-970-9583 or 011-81-611-970-9585
DSN:  315-645-9585
E-mail: 3DMED_Sponsorship@usmc.mil

Mailing Address
Commanding Officer
3d Medical Battalion
Unit 38445
FPO, AP  96373-8445

Welcome to 3d Medical Battalion, 3D Marine Logistics Group!

First, I’d like to properly introduce myself. My name is Larry Borum and I am the Deployment Readiness Coordinator, formerly known as the Family Readiness Officer for 3d Medical Battalion. My job here at the battalion is to ensure a smooth transition for the Marines and Sailors as well as their families, by providing timely communication, readiness, and deployment support, in addition to information and resource referral. Anything that you would like to know about the Unit, Personal, and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) in general and what it can do for you and your family specifically, you need only ask. I am essentially your resources kiosk. If you need information about finding a job, things to do on the island, getting into school, Marine Corps / Navy Family Team Building programs etc., my office is a good place to begin your quest. The goal for our UPFRP is to provide the tools that foster independent dependents. With that in mind, we offer:

• Monthly spouse-led workshops as part of our Lunch & Learn series. These workshops are geared towards educating spouses of available resources.
• Semi-annual social events designed to help supplement your support networks.
• Quarterly volunteer opportunities within the Okinawa community to help make this a uniquely memorable duty station.

Here at 3d Medical Battalion, we strongly believe in becoming familiar with your resources before you need them. Our unique position in the Marine Corps requires us to be at optimal levels of readiness. That includes ensuring the proper welfare of the families, and it starts with service members completing their Contact Authorization Form, updating their Marine Online Family Readiness Contacts, and for those with dependents, creating an executable Family Care Plan. I can assist with information for all of the above.
Marine Corps life has its challenges and my intent is to alleviate some of those hardships by facilitating knowledge to Marines, Sailors, parents, siblings, and dependents. Here at 3d Medical Battalion we pride ourselves on our strong sense of family and community values. We hope that your time here on Okinawa will produce long-lasting friendships and many fond memories. Again, welcome to our family!

Warmest Regards,

Larry Borum
Deployment Readiness Coordinator
3d Medical Battalion
Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan
DSN: 315 645-3179
Cell: 080-3437-5404
Int'l Cell: 011-81-80-3437-5404

3d Marine Logistics Group