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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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Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I Marine Headquarters Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, meets with her family after returning from a year-long deployment to Afghanistan, March 10.

Photo by Cpl. Jenn Calaway

I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returns from deployment

11 Mar 2011 | Cpl. Jenn Calaway

The last group of Marines and sailors with I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returned to Camp Pendleton after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan March 10.

More than one hundred family, friends and anxiously awaited their loved ones return.

“I am extremely proud,” said Roberta Aenly, mother of Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I MHG. “I prayed a lot. It’s kind of hard to believe what they did over there.”

While deployed, I MHG provided administrative, training, and logistical support to the I Marine Expeditionary Force (FWD) command element. 

Under Reynolds’ command, I MHG Marines took a base that initially fed, housed and equipped more than 10,000 Marines, and built it up to handle the troop surge of an additional 10,000 Marines and sailors into Afghanistan.  Reynolds is also credited for being the first female Marine to command battlespace.

“As the commanding officer for I MHG, she had five battalions and a Bahraini company that worked for her,” said Lt. Col. Julie Nethercot, the commanding officer of 9th Communications Battalion. 

 For the homecoming, the Southern California Patriot Guard motorcycle riders accompanied the arriving buses, which added to the festive atmosphere.

Joseph Lynch, a Vietnam Veteran boasting military service dating back to 1948, was impressed at how the Marines were welcomed home.

“This is amazing,” said Lynch, father of Master Sgt. Mark Lynch, the I MHG armory chief. “Nobody welcomed us back, but this is a real party!”

The I MHG family readiness office organized the welcome party for the nearly 250 Marines and sailors. 

“It’s nice to know that as a family member, we are part of this brotherhood that the Marine Corps has,” Aenly said.


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Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I Marine Headquarters Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, meets with her family after returning from a year-long deployment to Afghanistan, March 10.

Photo by Cpl. Jenn Calaway

I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returns from deployment

11 Mar 2011 | Cpl. Jenn Calaway

The last group of Marines and sailors with I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returned to Camp Pendleton after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan March 10.

More than one hundred family, friends and anxiously awaited their loved ones return.

“I am extremely proud,” said Roberta Aenly, mother of Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I MHG. “I prayed a lot. It’s kind of hard to believe what they did over there.”

While deployed, I MHG provided administrative, training, and logistical support to the I Marine Expeditionary Force (FWD) command element. 

Under Reynolds’ command, I MHG Marines took a base that initially fed, housed and equipped more than 10,000 Marines, and built it up to handle the troop surge of an additional 10,000 Marines and sailors into Afghanistan.  Reynolds is also credited for being the first female Marine to command battlespace.

“As the commanding officer for I MHG, she had five battalions and a Bahraini company that worked for her,” said Lt. Col. Julie Nethercot, the commanding officer of 9th Communications Battalion. 

 For the homecoming, the Southern California Patriot Guard motorcycle riders accompanied the arriving buses, which added to the festive atmosphere.

Joseph Lynch, a Vietnam Veteran boasting military service dating back to 1948, was impressed at how the Marines were welcomed home.

“This is amazing,” said Lynch, father of Master Sgt. Mark Lynch, the I MHG armory chief. “Nobody welcomed us back, but this is a real party!”

The I MHG family readiness office organized the welcome party for the nearly 250 Marines and sailors. 

“It’s nice to know that as a family member, we are part of this brotherhood that the Marine Corps has,” Aenly said.


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Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I Marine Headquarters Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, meets with her family after returning from a year-long deployment to Afghanistan, March 10.

Photo by Cpl. Jenn Calaway

I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returns from deployment

11 Mar 2011 | Cpl. Jenn Calaway

The last group of Marines and sailors with I Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group returned to Camp Pendleton after a year-long deployment to Afghanistan March 10.

More than one hundred family, friends and anxiously awaited their loved ones return.

“I am extremely proud,” said Roberta Aenly, mother of Col. Lori Reynolds, commanding officer of I MHG. “I prayed a lot. It’s kind of hard to believe what they did over there.”

While deployed, I MHG provided administrative, training, and logistical support to the I Marine Expeditionary Force (FWD) command element. 

Under Reynolds’ command, I MHG Marines took a base that initially fed, housed and equipped more than 10,000 Marines, and built it up to handle the troop surge of an additional 10,000 Marines and sailors into Afghanistan.  Reynolds is also credited for being the first female Marine to command battlespace.

“As the commanding officer for I MHG, she had five battalions and a Bahraini company that worked for her,” said Lt. Col. Julie Nethercot, the commanding officer of 9th Communications Battalion. 

 For the homecoming, the Southern California Patriot Guard motorcycle riders accompanied the arriving buses, which added to the festive atmosphere.

Joseph Lynch, a Vietnam Veteran boasting military service dating back to 1948, was impressed at how the Marines were welcomed home.

“This is amazing,” said Lynch, father of Master Sgt. Mark Lynch, the I MHG armory chief. “Nobody welcomed us back, but this is a real party!”

The I MHG family readiness office organized the welcome party for the nearly 250 Marines and sailors. 

“It’s nice to know that as a family member, we are part of this brotherhood that the Marine Corps has,” Aenly said.