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I Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) Information Group (I MIG) provides administrative, training, and logistical support while in CONUS and forward deployed to the I MEF and I MEB Command Elements. Additionally, function as Higher Headquarters for the four Major Subordinate Elements in order to allow I MEF CE to execute warfighting functions in support of service and COCOM initiatives as required.

Plan and direct, collect process, produce and disseminate intelligence, and provide, counterintelligence support to the MEF Command Element, MEF major subordinate commands, subordinate Marine Air Group Task Force(MAGTF), and other commands as directed

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Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017. During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

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I MEF reserve Marines support Joint Task Force exercise

23 May 2017 | Courtesy Story I Marine Expeditionary Force

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017.

During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

Eighty-three reserve Marines from I MEF, 1st Civil Affairs Group, and other U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve units supported key staff functions providing subject-matter expertise to the JTF headquarters at Camp Pendleton and a forward element at Yuma, Ariz.  The I MEF staff was also augmented by 29 joint U.S. service members from the Air Force, Navy and Army reserves.

Col. Luis Del Valle, 1st CAG commanding officer said "First CAG’s seamless support of I MEF during (the exercise), demonstrates the ‘Ready to Fight Tonight’ mindset instilled in the reserve component." 

OCA was one of many large-scale exercises that the reserve component supports throughout the year.  This ensures an operational reserve that is ready, relevant and responsive in order to provide value-added capabilities to global requirements.
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Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017. During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

Photo by Courtesy

I MEF reserve Marines support Joint Task Force exercise

23 May 2017 | Courtesy Story I Marine Expeditionary Force

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017.

During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

Eighty-three reserve Marines from I MEF, 1st Civil Affairs Group, and other U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve units supported key staff functions providing subject-matter expertise to the JTF headquarters at Camp Pendleton and a forward element at Yuma, Ariz.  The I MEF staff was also augmented by 29 joint U.S. service members from the Air Force, Navy and Army reserves.

Col. Luis Del Valle, 1st CAG commanding officer said "First CAG’s seamless support of I MEF during (the exercise), demonstrates the ‘Ready to Fight Tonight’ mindset instilled in the reserve component." 

OCA was one of many large-scale exercises that the reserve component supports throughout the year.  This ensures an operational reserve that is ready, relevant and responsive in order to provide value-added capabilities to global requirements.
Photo Information

Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017. During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

Photo by Courtesy

I MEF reserve Marines support Joint Task Force exercise

23 May 2017 | Courtesy Story I Marine Expeditionary Force

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif., -- Marines, soldiers, airmen, and sailors from reserve component units across the country supported I Marine Expeditionary Force Joint Task Force Operational Capability Assessment here, May 8-18, 2017.

During the exercise, I MEF took the role of Joint Task Force headquarters providing command and control, planning and communications that focused on regional stability and contingency training in notional support of a U.S. partner nation.

Eighty-three reserve Marines from I MEF, 1st Civil Affairs Group, and other U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve units supported key staff functions providing subject-matter expertise to the JTF headquarters at Camp Pendleton and a forward element at Yuma, Ariz.  The I MEF staff was also augmented by 29 joint U.S. service members from the Air Force, Navy and Army reserves.

Col. Luis Del Valle, 1st CAG commanding officer said "First CAG’s seamless support of I MEF during (the exercise), demonstrates the ‘Ready to Fight Tonight’ mindset instilled in the reserve component." 

OCA was one of many large-scale exercises that the reserve component supports throughout the year.  This ensures an operational reserve that is ready, relevant and responsive in order to provide value-added capabilities to global requirements.