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Marines


3rd AIR NAVAL GUNFIRE LIAISON COMPANY
3rd ANGLICO Logo
Force Headquarters Group
Marine Corps Forces Reserve

 

5631 Rickenbacker Rd.
Bell, CA  90201

Unit Phone 
 (719) 317-8086
 

BIOGRAPHY
COMMANDING OFFICER 

Lieutenant Colonel 
Seth E. Tufvesson

 [ Biography ]     [ Photo ]

BIOGRAPHY
COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major 
Rodrigo Casillas

 [ Biography ]     [ Photo ]

BIOGRAPHY
INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR

Lieutenant Colonel
John C. Huenefeld II

 [ Biography ]     [ Photo ]

BIOGRAPHY
INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR
Unit SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

First Sergeant
Christapher M. Bess

 [ Biography ]     [ Photo ]

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3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (3D ANGLICO), is one of three reserve ANGLICO units spread across the United States. Our Marines meet to train and prepare for war each month in Bell, California.



Mission

Provide the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Commander a liaison capability and ability to plan, coordinate, employ, and conduct terminal control of fires in support of joint, allied, and coalition forces.



Purpose

The 3D ANGLICO Selected Marine Corps Reserve (SMCR) Inspector-Instructor (I-I) team works together to prepare the Marines and Sailors for high intensity combat operations against a near-peer adversary in a multi-domain operations and degraded command and control environment, and is prepared to deploy as a company or subordinate units in support of crisis and conflict within 30 days of receiving a mobilization order. 3D ANGLICO Inspector-Instructors facilitate company mobilization readiness, set conditions for enhanced lethality, and develop leaders of character in order to provide a capable force ready to augment active component requirements and to serve as ambassadors for the Marine Corps.

MCT 1.2.4 Deploy Tactical Forces
MCT 3.2.1.5 Integrate MAGTF, Naval, Joint, and Multinational Fires and Effects
MCT 3.2.5 Control Supporting Arms
MCT 5.1.2.1.1 Maintain and Operate Joint C4 Systems
MCT 5.3.1.7.1 Establish Fires and Effects Liaisons to Joint and Multi-National Forces

Interested to join our ranks? Contact a Prior Service Recruiter here      

Staff Sergeant Paul A. Ruotolo Jr.
Office: (719) 317-8089

paul.ruotolo@usmc.mil  


Officers, contact the Company Executive Officer, or the Company Inspector-Instructor here:

Major Pat Batten (Company XO)

patrick.batten@usmc.mil


Major Jason Cotterell (Company Assistant I-I)

(719) 317-8071
jason.cotterell@usmc.mil

 



news  /  PHOTOS  /  VIDEOS
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (3D ANGLICO), Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, observe and plot targets during a tactical air control party (TACP) exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, Jan. 26, 2024. 3D ANGLICO conducts TACP currency and live- fire exercises throughout the year to ensure unit readiness and combat capability. TACP exercises also prepare prospective Joint Terminal Attack Controllers and Joint Fires Observers for formal schools. (Courtesy photo by U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Andy Nhib)
A Marine with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, engages moving “marathon” targets during a stage of Marine Corps Marksmanship Competition (MCMC) on Range 117, Camp Pendleton, CA. MCMCs provide an opportunity to refine the fundamental skills that make a Marine lethal on the battlefield and able to deliver lethal force in a dynamic environment. (Courtesy photo by Capt. Sean Chang)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (3D ANGLICO), Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, pose for a photo while deployed in support of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit. 3D ANGLICO routinely deploys firepower control teams (FCTs) and supporting arms liaison teams (SALTs) to provide a liaison and fire support coordination capability to augment active-duty deployments worldwide. (Courtesy Photo by U.S. Marine Corps Maj. Jonathan Chang)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (3D ANGLICO), Force Headquarters Group, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, observe an LCAC from Assault Craft Unit 5 (ACU-5) delivering follow-on 3D ANGLICO forces to San Clemente Island, California, as part of Exercise COMPTUEX 2024. U.S. Navy units and 3D ANGLICO conduct annual fire support coordination training incorporating close air support (CAS) and naval gunfire to build proficiency for deployments overseas. (Courtesy Photo by U.S. Navy LCDR Emmett Lamb)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, and Israeli Defense Force 411 Keren Mobile Artillery Unit pose for a group photo during exercise Intrepid Maven 23.2, Feb. 20, 2023. Intrepid Maven is a bilateral exercise between USMARCENT and the IDF designed to improve interoperability, strengthen partner-nation relationships in the U.S. Central Command area of operations and improve both individual and bilateral unit readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kolby Leger)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, listen to a speech by an Israeli Defense Force Soldier during exercise Intrepid Maven 23.2, Feb. 23, 2023. Intrepid Maven is a bilateral exercise between USMARCENT and the IDF designed to improve interoperability, strengthen partner-nation relationships in the U.S. Central Command area of operations and improve both individual and bilateral unit readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kolby Leger)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, set up an operating position during exercise Intrepid Maven 23.2, Feb. 27, 2023. Intrepid Maven is a bilateral exercise between USMARCENT and the IDF designed to improve interoperability, strengthen partner-nation relationships in the U.S. Central Command area of operations and improve both individual and bilateral unit readiness. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Kolby Leger)
U.S. Marines with 3rd Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, Force Headquarters Group, Marine Forces Reserve, observe and plot targets during a tactical air control party exercise at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, March 1, 2023. Marine Forces Reserve conducts TACP currency and readiness fires exercises semi-annually to ensure unit readiness and combat capability. TACP exercises also prepare prospective Joint Terminal Attack Controllers and Joint Fires Observers for formal schools. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Juan Diaz)

 



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