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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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From left to right, Lance Cpl. Shaunna T. Agalzoff, a switchboard operator from Seaside, Ore., Pfc. Amanda S. Case, a radio operator from Belvidere, Ill., Cpl. Brittany L. Rixon, a satellite operator from Star Lake, N.Y., and Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman from Ft. Smith, Ark. all from 9th Communication Battalion, hold up trophies that they earned at the Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16. The Marines from 9th Communication Battalion placed third in the women’s competition.

Photo by Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Marines test their conditioning in the Tactical Athlete Challenge

19 Aug 2011 | Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Various Camp Pendleton units participated in the first Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16.

More than 20 teams comprised of four Marines each, participated in tactical, athletic, speed and agility competitions.

"It was a really good turnout for the first event,” said Joe Artino, fitness program supervisor, Marine Corps Community Services. “It brings the Marines together and gets them out of the shop, field or office for the day.”

The tactical competition consisted of a series of exercises including tire drags and pole presses. Each competition also tested the squad for their ability to work as a team.

“Having to work together, be there for each other and pull together as a team makes you closer and builds camaraderie,” said Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman with 9th Communication Battalion, whose team placed third in the competition. “Marines are naturally competitive, so we’re going to want to compete with each other to be the best. These things just push you to be your best, and it shows what you really got.”

This is the first year that the TAC was held, but it is not the last, said Artino who looks forward to hosting more events like this one.

“The event went really smooth and the Marines seemed to really grab onto it,” he said. “They understood it as well because these are the kind of things that Marines do.”

Each participant received a free t-shirt and a meal, and the top three teams earned trophies for each competitor in their team.


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From left to right, Lance Cpl. Shaunna T. Agalzoff, a switchboard operator from Seaside, Ore., Pfc. Amanda S. Case, a radio operator from Belvidere, Ill., Cpl. Brittany L. Rixon, a satellite operator from Star Lake, N.Y., and Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman from Ft. Smith, Ark. all from 9th Communication Battalion, hold up trophies that they earned at the Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16. The Marines from 9th Communication Battalion placed third in the women’s competition.

Photo by Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Marines test their conditioning in the Tactical Athlete Challenge

19 Aug 2011 | Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Various Camp Pendleton units participated in the first Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16.

More than 20 teams comprised of four Marines each, participated in tactical, athletic, speed and agility competitions.

"It was a really good turnout for the first event,” said Joe Artino, fitness program supervisor, Marine Corps Community Services. “It brings the Marines together and gets them out of the shop, field or office for the day.”

The tactical competition consisted of a series of exercises including tire drags and pole presses. Each competition also tested the squad for their ability to work as a team.

“Having to work together, be there for each other and pull together as a team makes you closer and builds camaraderie,” said Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman with 9th Communication Battalion, whose team placed third in the competition. “Marines are naturally competitive, so we’re going to want to compete with each other to be the best. These things just push you to be your best, and it shows what you really got.”

This is the first year that the TAC was held, but it is not the last, said Artino who looks forward to hosting more events like this one.

“The event went really smooth and the Marines seemed to really grab onto it,” he said. “They understood it as well because these are the kind of things that Marines do.”

Each participant received a free t-shirt and a meal, and the top three teams earned trophies for each competitor in their team.


Photo Information

From left to right, Lance Cpl. Shaunna T. Agalzoff, a switchboard operator from Seaside, Ore., Pfc. Amanda S. Case, a radio operator from Belvidere, Ill., Cpl. Brittany L. Rixon, a satellite operator from Star Lake, N.Y., and Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman from Ft. Smith, Ark. all from 9th Communication Battalion, hold up trophies that they earned at the Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16. The Marines from 9th Communication Battalion placed third in the women’s competition.

Photo by Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Marines test their conditioning in the Tactical Athlete Challenge

19 Aug 2011 | Lance Cpl. Joshua Young

Various Camp Pendleton units participated in the first Tactical Athlete Challenge at the 11 Area football field here, Aug. 16.

More than 20 teams comprised of four Marines each, participated in tactical, athletic, speed and agility competitions.

"It was a really good turnout for the first event,” said Joe Artino, fitness program supervisor, Marine Corps Community Services. “It brings the Marines together and gets them out of the shop, field or office for the day.”

The tactical competition consisted of a series of exercises including tire drags and pole presses. Each competition also tested the squad for their ability to work as a team.

“Having to work together, be there for each other and pull together as a team makes you closer and builds camaraderie,” said Cpl. Whitney N. Rogers, a construction wireman with 9th Communication Battalion, whose team placed third in the competition. “Marines are naturally competitive, so we’re going to want to compete with each other to be the best. These things just push you to be your best, and it shows what you really got.”

This is the first year that the TAC was held, but it is not the last, said Artino who looks forward to hosting more events like this one.

“The event went really smooth and the Marines seemed to really grab onto it,” he said. “They understood it as well because these are the kind of things that Marines do.”

Each participant received a free t-shirt and a meal, and the top three teams earned trophies for each competitor in their team.