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Marines


Fourth Law Enforcement Battalion
4th Law Enforcement Battalion Logo
Force Headquarters Group
Marine Corps Forces Reserve

8810 South Street BLDG 20616
Albuquerque, NM 87116

Duty Phone:
(505) 604-2679
 

BIOGRAPHY
COMMANDING OFFICER 

Lieutenant Colonel 
Carina A. Cuellar

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BIOGRAPHY
COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major 
Christopher R. O'Bryant

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BIOGRAPHY
INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR

Lieutenant Colonel
Jacob E. Hoskins

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BIOGRAPHY
INSPECTOR - INSTRUCTOR
COMMAND SENIOR ENLISTED LEADER 

Sergeant Major 
Julian Dan

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news  /  PHOTOS  /  VIDEOS
U.S. Marines with Delta Company, 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB), Force Headquarters Group, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, first deployed to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in April 2024 to provide security to Marines, Sailors, Soldiers, and their assets participating in support of Exercise Native Fury 24. Delta Company’s mission is to provide inner perimeter security for initial staging and logistics areas in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in support of 2nd Distribution Support Battalion, Combat Logistics Regiment 2, 2nd Marine Logistics Group (MLG) and to provide security alongside Saudi and Emirati forces throughout the exercise as it progresses from Kingdom Saudi Arabia to the United Arab Emirates.
U.S. Marines, assigned to 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, Force Headquarters Group, U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve, conduct a battlesight zero range in support of Eager Lion 24 at Camp Titin, Jordan, May 11, 2024. Eager Lion 24 is a multilateral exercise, with 33 participating nations, hosted by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, designed to exchange military expertise, and improve interoperability among partner nations, and considered the capstone of a broader U.S. military relationship with the Jordanian Armed Forces. Jordan is one of U.S. Central Command’s strongest and most reliable partners in the Levant sub-region. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Staff Sgt. Jestin Costa)
Col Michael Bracewell, Commanding Officer of 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB), reports to Brigadier General Michael F. Fahey, Commanding General of Force Headquarters Group (FHG), at the Battalion’s change of command ceremony, held on January 21, 2017 at 4th Law Enforcement Battalion’s headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota. During that change of command ceremony, Col Bracewell relinquished command of 4th LEB to incoming commanding officer LtCol Johnny Gutierrez. 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB), a subordinate unit of FHG, is a reserve Marine Corps military police battalion. Headquartered in St. Paul, the Battalion’s subordinate units are located in numerous other locations across the United States. Photo credit: Claire Christison
Brigadier General Michael F. Fahey, Commanding General of Force Headquarters Group (FHG), addresses attendees during the 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB) change of command ceremony on January 21, 2017 at 4th LEB’s headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota. During that change of command, LtCol Johnny Gutierrez assumed command of 4th LEB from outgoing commander Col Michael Bracewell. 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB), a subordinate unit of FHG, is a reserve Marine Corps military police battalion. Headquartered in St. Paul, the Battalion’s subordinate units are located in numerous other locations across the United States. Photo credit: Claire Christison
LtCol Johnny Gutierrez, incoming Commanding Officer of 4th Law Enforcement Battalion, addresses attendees at the Battalion’s change of command ceremony, held on January 21, 2017 at 4th Law Enforcement Battalion’s headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota. During that change of command, LtCol Gutierrez assumed command of 4th LEB from outgoing commander Col Michael Bracewell (seated right, foreground). 4th Law Enforcement Battalion (4th LEB), a subordinate unit of FHG, is a reserve Marine Corps military police battalion. Headquartered in St. Paul, the Battalion’s subordinate units are located in numerous other locations across the United States. Photo credit: Claire Christison

 



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