Combat Logistics Battalion 4
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3rd Marine Logistics Group
Combat Logistics Battalion 4 provides direct support and tactical logistics to 4th Marine Regiment beyond its organic capabilities in the areas of motor transport and landing support.

CLB-4 Leadership

Commanding Officer, CLB-4

Lieutenant Colonel Nicolas L. Martinez

Lieutenant Colonel Martinez holds Masters Degrees in Operations Research from Naval Postgraduate School and in Global Leadership from the University of San Diego. His personal decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with three gold stars, the...

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Sergeant Major, CLB-4

Sergeant Major Jaime Lerma

After MCT he reported to Fort Knox, KY where he received the military occupation of 1812 Tank Crewman. In May 2000, he reported to Company D, 1st Tank Battalion where he served as a tank crewman and held the positions of Driver, Loader, Gunner and Tank Commander and achieved the ranks of Lance...

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Company and Staff Sections 

Battalion Commander             



Headquarters and Service Company Commander          


Sergeant Major 



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Deployment Readiness Coordinator 



DSN: 645-7420

Unit Readiness Coordinator 


DSN: 625-2285 


"Taking Care of Our Most Important Resource"


To provide the most responsive, caring and professional support to all 3d MLG family members thereby increasing both family and warfighting readiness.


The goal of personal and family readiness programs is to provide resource information and training in addition to support services to enhance a service member’s personal and family readiness. A service member must ensure their personal and family affairs are in order so that they will remain fully focused on the mission, whether in garrison or in combat. A ready service member and their family:

  • Are prepared for family separations and life events
  • Understand the additional responsibilities that will fall on the family when the service member departs
  • Are knowledgeable of and able to utilize information about benefits, entitlements, programs, and services provided through the Department of Defense, the Marine Corps, and the community

  • Are knowledgeable of command structure and resources available to assist and contribute to personal and family readiness goals


To educate, train, and prepare service members and families to achieve and maintain a high state of personal readiness and resiliency in response to life’s events by providing information, tools, resources and support to empower them to take care of themselves

Gunnery Sergeant William Hall                      Gunnery Sergeant Ronnie Wakeley

Lead Equal Opportunity Representative          Equal Opportunity Representative

Combat Logistics Battalion 4                          Combat Logistics Battalion 4

Camp Schwab                                                Camp Schwab

Bldg 3270 Rm 104                                         Bldg 3314 Rm 210

DSN: 315-625-7636                                       DSN: 315-625-7636                              



MCO 5354.1F updates Marine Corps policy, procedures, and responsibilities for preventing and responding to prohibited conduct involving sexual harassment, prohibited discrimination, harassment, hazing, bullying, dissident and protest activities, and wrongful distribution or broadcasting of intimate images.



Military Equal Opportunity (MEO) is a function of command. Marine Corps leaders must ensure their people are well-led and cared for physically, emotionally, and spiritually, in and out of combat. “Taking care of Marines” means vigorously enforcing our high standards of performance and conduct. We will hold each other accountable and address violations expeditiously, at the lowest appropriate level.

The responsibility of a successful MEO program rests with the commander. Commanders have earned special trust and confidence and are accountable for all of their decisions, actions, and inactions. The Prohibited Activities and Conduct (PAC) prevention and response measures provide commanders the discretion to assess, investigate, and take corrective action to ensure unit cohesion and warfighting effectiveness.

Marine Corps small unit leaders, company-grade officers and mid-grade staff noncommissioned officers (SNCOs) have experience, maturity, and close daily connection to our most junior Marines. These leaders are in the best position to lead, educate, train, supervise, and instill our high standards.


Prohibited discriminatory and harassment practices within the Marine Corps are counter-productive, unacceptable, and will not be tolerated. The Marine Corps will maintain a culture of dignity, care, and concern in which all members of the organization are afforded equal treatment and opportunity to achieve their full potential based on individual merit, fitness, intellect, and ability. All Service members will cultivate an environment free from PAC. PAC undermines morale, reduces combat readiness, and prevents maximum utilization and development of the Marine Corps’ most vital asset: its people.


You can report through your 

 1. Chain of Command

     The Chain of Command is the primary and preferred channel to prevent and respond to complaints of PAC. The use of the chain of command to address PAC exemplifies trust in leadership to quickly and effectively address violations of our standards.

 2. Equal Opportunity Representative (EOR) 

     The EOR is an authorized source within the command to receive complaints on behalf of the commander. EORs are appointed by their commander.

3. Equal Opportunity Advisor (EOA)

     EOAs are the Marine Corps SMEs on command climate and PAC. EOAs are assigned by DC M&RA. 3d MLG EOA DSN 315-622-7654 and email


PAC Flowchart 


Complaint Form 


The complaint form can be utilized for any of the above reporting avenues.

Prohibited Activities and Conduct Prevention and Response Toolkit can be located at the following link

Marine Corps Prohibited Activities and Conduct (PAC) Prevention and Response Policy

CLB-4 Marines and Sailors will be personally committed to ensuring the safety of every Marine, Sailor, and family member. We cannot afford to lose a single Marine or Sailor to death or serious injury due to unsafe practices or reckless behavior. I trust you and your teams to embrace this commitment to each other – we will preserve this trust and promise of Semper Fidelis through our disciplined approach to safety...

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I trust you and I trust your Team. Trust stands out as the central element in successful mission command and our long legacy as a Corps. We must promote, engender, and protect the trust in our battalion. We will treat each other with dignity, respect, and justice. Actions to the contrary including hazing, bullying, ostracism, retaliation, and sexual harassment erode the fabric of trust and security in our unit and are a threat to our mission. These actions are considered Prohibited Activities and Conduct (PAC)...

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To directly support Marines, Sailors, and their designated family members with the training and resources necessary to help manage the complexities of a military lifestyle through Official Communication, Information and Referrals, Readiness and Deployment Support, and Volunteer Management. 



To provide support and direction to your families regarding everything from legal referrals to host nation cultural classes. To provide service members and family opportunity to speak directly with the senior leadership of the command and be connected to our battalion’s activities and support network. 



Make consistent investments to ensure Marines and Sailors maintain the personal ties and receive the encouragement to call home or be present for life events. 

3d Marine Logistics Group