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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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Marines with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force, take a moment to pay tribute to fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey during a memorial service at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28. The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st LE Bn.

Photo by Cpl. Jennifer J. Pirante

Marines, family remember fallen Marine

29 Jun 2012 | Cpl. Jennifer Pirante

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Marines, sailors, family and friends gathered to honor fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28.
The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force.

“Those who knew him best will always cherish his friendship,” said Maj. Jan Durham, commanding officer of 1st LE Bn. “Those of us who did not know him are poorer for the absence of these memories and his association, but we are all beneficiaries of his sacrifice.”

To a crowded chapel of family and friends, fellow Marines shared memories of Coffey, all of whom said they remembered him as an honorable Marine and friend.

“He made me a better Marine, a better sergeant, a better person,” said Sgt. Alfred Nieto, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn. “He made a lasting impression that will last throughout the remainder of my time.”

Cpl. Brandon Deleon, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn., described Coffey a committed, selfless Marine with a faithful interest in learning everything he could about his job.

“That’s who he was,” Deleon said. “He always wanted to be a part of the fight. He was dedicated to the job, dedicated to the mission, dedicated to each and every one of us in the platoon.”

Coffey graduated from Damascus Christian School in 2007 and studied at George Fox University in his home state. He enlisted into the Marine Corps in August 2008.

Coffey was to be married to fiancé Brittany Dygert in July and is survived by his mother, Inger, and father, Grant Coffey.




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Marines with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force, take a moment to pay tribute to fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey during a memorial service at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28. The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st LE Bn.

Photo by Cpl. Jennifer J. Pirante

Marines, family remember fallen Marine

29 Jun 2012 | Cpl. Jennifer Pirante

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Marines, sailors, family and friends gathered to honor fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28.
The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force.

“Those who knew him best will always cherish his friendship,” said Maj. Jan Durham, commanding officer of 1st LE Bn. “Those of us who did not know him are poorer for the absence of these memories and his association, but we are all beneficiaries of his sacrifice.”

To a crowded chapel of family and friends, fellow Marines shared memories of Coffey, all of whom said they remembered him as an honorable Marine and friend.

“He made me a better Marine, a better sergeant, a better person,” said Sgt. Alfred Nieto, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn. “He made a lasting impression that will last throughout the remainder of my time.”

Cpl. Brandon Deleon, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn., described Coffey a committed, selfless Marine with a faithful interest in learning everything he could about his job.

“That’s who he was,” Deleon said. “He always wanted to be a part of the fight. He was dedicated to the job, dedicated to the mission, dedicated to each and every one of us in the platoon.”

Coffey graduated from Damascus Christian School in 2007 and studied at George Fox University in his home state. He enlisted into the Marine Corps in August 2008.

Coffey was to be married to fiancé Brittany Dygert in July and is survived by his mother, Inger, and father, Grant Coffey.




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Marines with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force, take a moment to pay tribute to fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey during a memorial service at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28. The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan. Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st LE Bn.

Photo by Cpl. Jennifer J. Pirante

Marines, family remember fallen Marine

29 Jun 2012 | Cpl. Jennifer Pirante

CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - Marines, sailors, family and friends gathered to honor fallen Marine Cpl. Keaton G. Coffey at the Marine Memorial Chapel at Camp Pendleton, Calif., June 28.
The 22-year-old Marine, from Boring, Ore., was killed in action, May 24, during combat operations in Helmand province, Afghanistan.

Coffey was serving his second tour as a military police dog handler with 1st Law Enforcement Battalion, I Marine Expeditionary Force.

“Those who knew him best will always cherish his friendship,” said Maj. Jan Durham, commanding officer of 1st LE Bn. “Those of us who did not know him are poorer for the absence of these memories and his association, but we are all beneficiaries of his sacrifice.”

To a crowded chapel of family and friends, fellow Marines shared memories of Coffey, all of whom said they remembered him as an honorable Marine and friend.

“He made me a better Marine, a better sergeant, a better person,” said Sgt. Alfred Nieto, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn. “He made a lasting impression that will last throughout the remainder of my time.”

Cpl. Brandon Deleon, military dog handler with 1st LE Bn., described Coffey a committed, selfless Marine with a faithful interest in learning everything he could about his job.

“That’s who he was,” Deleon said. “He always wanted to be a part of the fight. He was dedicated to the job, dedicated to the mission, dedicated to each and every one of us in the platoon.”

Coffey graduated from Damascus Christian School in 2007 and studied at George Fox University in his home state. He enlisted into the Marine Corps in August 2008.

Coffey was to be married to fiancé Brittany Dygert in July and is survived by his mother, Inger, and father, Grant Coffey.