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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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West Coast Marine force tests ability to deploy 50,000 troops, first in over a decade

18 Feb 2015 | I Marine Expeditionary Force Public Affairs Office I Marine Expeditionary Force

Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers are set to conduct the first MEF-level exercise in over a decade which simulates the deployment of over 50,000 U.S. military members from Feb. 19-23 at training locations in the San Diego region.

Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise 2015 (MEFEX) is a joint command post exercise designed to enhance the command and control and interoperability between I MEF and its higher and adjacent and subordinate command headquarters.  MEFEX 15 simulates the planning, deployment and combat operations of a MEF-level force of over 50,000 military members within a partner country while operating alongside coalition forces. 

This is the first time in 12 years that a MEF-level force has conducted an exercise of this scope and magnitude, bringing together U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps forces as well as British military members and US State Department representatives into a field training environment.  

With over 1,000 participants, MEFEX helps commanders and their staffs maximize training results in a simulated environment, further refine current procedures, and focus on unit priorities linked to conducting wartime missions.

MEFEX 15 also increases the I MEF Headquarters Group’s ability to deploy and provide base security, facilities, and other vital service support activities to sustain the MEF command element over an extended period of time.

If interested in conducting interviews regarding MEFEX or if additional information is needed, please contact Maj. Staci Reidinger at staci.reidinger@usmc.mil, (760)277-7823 or 1stLt. Christopher Harrison at christopher.harrison@imefdm.usmc.mil, (512)940-1051.

Photos, stories and video about MEFEX will be posted starting on Weds, Feb. 18 at www.dvidshub.net/feature/MEFEX2015.


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I Marine Expeditionary Force Logo

Photo by Com Cam

West Coast Marine force tests ability to deploy 50,000 troops, first in over a decade

18 Feb 2015 | I Marine Expeditionary Force Public Affairs Office I Marine Expeditionary Force

Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers are set to conduct the first MEF-level exercise in over a decade which simulates the deployment of over 50,000 U.S. military members from Feb. 19-23 at training locations in the San Diego region.

Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise 2015 (MEFEX) is a joint command post exercise designed to enhance the command and control and interoperability between I MEF and its higher and adjacent and subordinate command headquarters.  MEFEX 15 simulates the planning, deployment and combat operations of a MEF-level force of over 50,000 military members within a partner country while operating alongside coalition forces. 

This is the first time in 12 years that a MEF-level force has conducted an exercise of this scope and magnitude, bringing together U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps forces as well as British military members and US State Department representatives into a field training environment.  

With over 1,000 participants, MEFEX helps commanders and their staffs maximize training results in a simulated environment, further refine current procedures, and focus on unit priorities linked to conducting wartime missions.

MEFEX 15 also increases the I MEF Headquarters Group’s ability to deploy and provide base security, facilities, and other vital service support activities to sustain the MEF command element over an extended period of time.

If interested in conducting interviews regarding MEFEX or if additional information is needed, please contact Maj. Staci Reidinger at staci.reidinger@usmc.mil, (760)277-7823 or 1stLt. Christopher Harrison at christopher.harrison@imefdm.usmc.mil, (512)940-1051.

Photos, stories and video about MEFEX will be posted starting on Weds, Feb. 18 at www.dvidshub.net/feature/MEFEX2015.


Photo Information

I Marine Expeditionary Force Logo

Photo by Com Cam

West Coast Marine force tests ability to deploy 50,000 troops, first in over a decade

18 Feb 2015 | I Marine Expeditionary Force Public Affairs Office I Marine Expeditionary Force

Marines, Sailors, and Soldiers are set to conduct the first MEF-level exercise in over a decade which simulates the deployment of over 50,000 U.S. military members from Feb. 19-23 at training locations in the San Diego region.

Marine Expeditionary Force Exercise 2015 (MEFEX) is a joint command post exercise designed to enhance the command and control and interoperability between I MEF and its higher and adjacent and subordinate command headquarters.  MEFEX 15 simulates the planning, deployment and combat operations of a MEF-level force of over 50,000 military members within a partner country while operating alongside coalition forces. 

This is the first time in 12 years that a MEF-level force has conducted an exercise of this scope and magnitude, bringing together U.S. Army, Navy and Marine Corps forces as well as British military members and US State Department representatives into a field training environment.  

With over 1,000 participants, MEFEX helps commanders and their staffs maximize training results in a simulated environment, further refine current procedures, and focus on unit priorities linked to conducting wartime missions.

MEFEX 15 also increases the I MEF Headquarters Group’s ability to deploy and provide base security, facilities, and other vital service support activities to sustain the MEF command element over an extended period of time.

If interested in conducting interviews regarding MEFEX or if additional information is needed, please contact Maj. Staci Reidinger at staci.reidinger@usmc.mil, (760)277-7823 or 1stLt. Christopher Harrison at christopher.harrison@imefdm.usmc.mil, (512)940-1051.

Photos, stories and video about MEFEX will be posted starting on Weds, Feb. 18 at www.dvidshub.net/feature/MEFEX2015.