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About ITX 4-18

Integrated Training Exercise (ITX) 4-18 is a live-fire and maneuver combined arms exercise designed to train battalion and squadron-sized units in tactics, techniques, and procedures required to provide a sustainable and ready operational reserve for employment across the full spectrum of crisis and global engagement.

 

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ITX 4-18 Articles
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Cpl. Joseph Manganaro July 8, 2018
Marines compete in Major General W. P. T. Hill Memorial awards competition for food service excellence July 6, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Cpl. Michael Moss June 28, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Cpl. Alex Ruppert June 28, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Sgt. Catherine Salvador June 28, 2018
Face of the Force: Sgt. Riordan Anunciacion June 28, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Cpl. Jan Eric Schaeuble June 28, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Sgt. Alan Garcia June 21, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Lance Cpl. Alberto Sepulveda June 20, 2018
Hometown Heroes of ITX 4-18: Cpl. Jin Kang June 18, 2018
ITX 4-18 IMAGES
Marine Forces Reserve personnel honored for community excellence
Marines with the 4th Marine Logistics Group Headquarters G-4, Marine Forces Reserve, and a civilian employee with MARFORRES, were honored at the Distinguished Service Awards and Luncheon Program as a part of Public Service Recognition Week, May 4, 2016 at the University of New Orleans. From left to right, Lance Cpl. Coltin J. Kersey, embarkation clerk, Sgt. Justin A. Snapp, maintenance management chief, Mrs. Janet Heriot, customer service support specialist with the MARFORRES Installation Personnel Administration Center, and Maj. John J. Gutierrez, supply officer, were recognized for their hard work and dedication in supporting the Marine Corps, as well as the local community. With the geographical diversity of MARFORRES, Marines have the unique opportunity to interact with the local community and American public on a daily basis. This involvement helps keep the future bright for the Marine Corps and the community as a whole. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Melissa Martens/ Released)