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Marines


4th Assault Amphibian Battalion
4th Assault Amphibian Battalion - Logo
4th Marine Division
Marine Corps Forces Reserve

5121 Gandy Blvd.
Tampa, FL.  33611

Duty Phone  
813-805-7020
504-874-9483

 

 

 


COMMANDING OFFICER 

Lieutenant Colonel
Theodore P. Martin

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COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major
Robert J. Alban


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INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR 

Lieutenant Colonel 
Justin D. Davis

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INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR
COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major 
Timothy A. Peterson

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4TH ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN BATTALION MISSION

To conduct amphibious and mechanized operations in order to support the ground combat element (GCE) with maneuver, fires, force protection, and command and control.

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Phone: 813-267-0386
tampa.fl@toysfortots.org
https://tampa-fl.toysfortots.org

 



news  /  PHOTOS  /  VIDEOS
U.S. Marines with Alpha Company, 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division, Marine Forces Reserve, operate an assault amphibious vehicle during a live-fire range at Fort Barfoot, Virginia, April 4, 2024. This training prepared the Marines for this year's Integrated Training Exercise 4-24, the Marine Corps Reserve's premiere annual training event held at Marine Corps Air-Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, and gave them the opportunity to qualify on critical skill sets necessary for mission success. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Diaz)
U.S. Marines with 4th Amphibious Assault Battalion, 4th Marine Division, and Marines from multiple partner nations float down the Río Sinú during riverine operations and small boat training at UNITAS LXIV near Base de Entrenamiento de Infantería de Marina in Coveñas, Colombia, July 15, 2023. Through event-driven scenarios, UNITAS provides unique training opportunities both at sea and ashore in challenging and uncertain environments to conduct joint maritime operations through the execution of surface, air, amphibious and electronic warfare operations that enhance warfighting proficiency and increase interoperability among participating naval and marine forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Juan Carpanzano)
U.S. Marines assigned to Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Forces UNITAS, and partnered and allied nations conduct multilateral training during UNITAS LXIV in Colombia, July 11 - 21, 2023. UNITAS, hosted by Colombia this year, is the world’s longest-running annual multinational maritime exercise that focuses on enhancing interoperability among multiple nations and joint forces during littoral and amphibious operations in order to build on existing regional partnerships and create new enduring relationships that promote peace, stability, and prosperity in the U.S. Southern Command’s area of responsibility. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Colton K. Garrett) The Music within the following video production is copyright material used under license with HookSounds contract dated 1 Dec. 2023.
U.S. Marine Corps reservist Pfc. Nadi Chams is a native of Jacksonville, Florida, and is currently serving as an assault amphibious vehicle crewman with 4th Assault Amphibian Battalion, 4th Marine Division. While taking the Defense Language Aptitude Battery, a test that is used by the Department of Defense to test a person's potential to learn a foreign language, Chams scored a perfect three out of three in the Levantine dialect of Arabic. Given Chams’ skill in the language, he has acted as an internal translator for his platoon while in Jordan.
U.S. Marines Corps 1st Lt. David Powell, an assault amphibian vehicle commander with 4th Amphibious Assault Battalion, 4th Marine Division, guards the perimeter of a UH-1Y Venom landing zone during riverine operations training on the Río Sinú during UNITAS LXIV near Base de Entrenamiento de Infantería de Marina in Coveñas, Colombia, July 14, 2023. Through event-driven scenarios, UNITAS provides unique training opportunities both at sea and ashore in challenging and uncertain environments to conduct joint maritime operations through the execution of surface, air, amphibious and electronic warfare operations that enhance warfighting proficiency and increase interoperability among participating naval and marine forces. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Juan Carpanzano)

 



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