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Marines


Combat Logistics Regiment 45
FOURTH MLG LOGO
4th Marine Logistics Group
Marine Corps Forces Reserve

1210 Naval Forces Court Bldg. 440
Marietta, GA.  30069

Duty Phone
(404) 403-9111

COMMANDING OFFICER 

Colonel 
Kurt A. Boyd

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DEPUTY COMMANDER 

Colonel
Michael K. Wendler

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COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major
Ashley B. Gray

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INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR
COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major 
Damian J. Reed

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Combat Logistics Regiment 45 trains and prepares for employment as a Regiment for combat operations in order to provide operational logistics in direct support and general support to a Marine Air-Ground Task Force (MAGTF). The primary day to day activities of the Regiment are to support the training and deployment of the battalions.

 



news  /  PHOTOS  /  VIDEOS
Jack Lowe holds his Eagle Globe and Anchor out after becoming an “Honorary Marine,” during a ceremony at the Lowe family residence on November 1, 2023. Lowe was honored for his unwavering dedication and his remarkable resilience in the face of adversity through his ongoing fight with Ewing Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Lowe has a long familial history of military service and always dreamed of serving his country.
Brig. Gen. Helen G. Pratt, commanding general of 4th Marine Logistics Group, and Sgt. Maj. Lanette N. Wright, sergeant major of 4th Marine Logistics Group, visit Marines with Combat Logistics Regiment 45, 4th MLG, during Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., June 21, 2018. ITX 4-18 is the largest Marine Forces Reserve training exercise allowing over 5,500 Marines from across the United States to prepare battalion and squadron-sized units for combat under the most realistic conditions possible. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Lance Cpl. Samantha Schwoch/released)
Cpl. Bradley Graczyk, combat engineer with Combat Logistics Regiment 45 directs a Humvee offloading from USNS Sgt. William R. Button during a maritime prepositioning force offload at the port of Klaipeda, Lithuania, May 23, 2018. The primary purpose of the MPF program is to enable the rapid deployment and engagement of a Marine Air-Ground Task Force anywhere in the world in support of US National Defense Strategy. (Courtesy photo provided by Cpl. Anthoney Moore)
Staff Sgt. Lucas White, an engineer equipment electrical systems technician with Maintenance Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 451, Combat Logistics Regiment 45, 4th Marine Logistics Group, teaches Lance Cpl. Eli Sommers, a refrigeration and air conditioning technician with Utilities, CLR-45, 4th MLG, and Private First Class Sergio Gonzalez, a motor vehicle operator with CLB-451, CLR-45, 4th MLG, how to set up a floodlight during Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, June 12, 2018. Marines with the Exercise Support Element of ITX 4-18 provided food service, arrival and departure processing, bulk fuel, camp engineering and camp sustainment services to over 5,500 Marines throughout the course of the exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Samantha Schwoch/released)
Brig. Gen. Helen G. Pratt, commanding general of 4th Marine Logistics Group, and Sgt. Maj. Lanette N. Wright, sergeant major of 4th MLG,tour the guard towers built during Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 by Combat Logistics Regiment 45, 4th MLG, at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, Calif., June 21, 2018. ITX 4-18 is the largest Marine Forces Reserve training exercise allowing over 5,500 Marines from across the United States to prepare battalion and squadron-sized units for combat under the most realistic conditions possible. (U.S. Marine Corps photos by Lance Cpl. Samantha Schwoch/released)
Staff Sgt. Lucas White, an engineer equipment electrical systems technician with Maintenance Company, Combat Logistics Battalion 451, Combat Logistics Regiment 45, 4th Marine Logistics Group, Lance Cpl. Eli Sommers, a refrigeration and air conditioning technician with Utilities, CLR-45, 4th MLG, and Private First Class Sergio Gonzalez, a motor vehicle operator with CLB-451, CLR-45, 4th MLG, set up a floodlight during Integrated Training Exercise 4-18 at Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, California, June 12, 2018. Marines with the Exercise Support Element of ITX 4-18 provided food service, arrival and departure processing, bulk fuel, camp engineering and camp sustainment services to over 5,500 Marines throughout the course of the exercise. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Samantha Schwoch/released)

 



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