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Commanding officers and senior enlisted staff members

Commanding officers and senior enlisted staff members



Commanding officers and senior enlisted staff members with 3rd Marine Logistics Group discuss mission readiness and operations June 10 during a two-day commander’s conference at the Surfside on Camp Kinser. During the conference, unit leaders discussed what is expected of 3rd MLG in the year to come, and how that ties into the mission of III Marine Expeditionary Force. This is the second year that Brig. Gen. Niel E. Nelson, a Genoa, Nevada native and the commanding general of 3rd MLG, III MEF, has held the conference. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Brittany A. James/Released)





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