Combat Logistics Battalion 4
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|Combat Logistics Battalion 4|
|Part of||3rd Marine Logistics Group|
|Motto(s)||The Supporting Edge|
Combat Logistics Battalion 4 (CLB-4) is a logistics unit of the United States Marine Corps (USMC). The battalion falls under the command of Combat Logistics Regiment 3, which is a part of the 3rd Marine Logistics Group. They are based on Camp Foster, Okinawa, Japan and their mission includes construction, demolition, supply, transportation, maintenance and fabrication.
- Headquarters and Service Company
- Transportation Services Company
- Maintenance Services Company
- Engineer Company
CLB-4, Provide direct support (DS) tactical logistics to an 4th Marine Regiment beyond its organic capabilities in the areas of transportation, intermediate level supply, field level maintenance, and general engineering.
CLB-4 / CLR-3 was originally 3rd Transportation Support Battalion until changing in 2007. CLB-4, which was composed of Marines from 3rd TSB and other battalions in the Marine Corps, was the first full Battalion to deploy from Okinawa, Japan since the Vietnam War. CLB-4 deployed to OIF in 2007 to the Anbar Province of Iraq in support of Regimental Combat Team six. Only one Marine Sustained Injury, and no fatalities were reported. CLB-4 has also deployed in support of OEF.
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