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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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The 2015 San Diego Sea Service Marine Corps Spouse of the Year recipient, Amanda McMillan, poses with her husband, Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, after being awarded at the San Diego Council Navy League monthly luncheon in San Diego, Dec. 4. As a I Marine Expeditionary Force spouse, Amanda was awarded for her dedication to educating and volunteering with groups such as special needs children and fellow military families. The award was presented to McMillan by Jon Berg-Johnson (left), council president of San Diego Council Navy League of the United States. This is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award. Nominees were selected by their respective commands for exhibiting a balance in their military community, their work and home life, and for serving their local community. Both Amanda and Christopher are Zephyrhills, Florida, natives. Christopher is a bulk fuel officer with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I MEF. “I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, can do so much more for the community. I can never express how thankful I am for the serves the military has provided me and my family,” Amanda said.

Photo by Cpl. April Price

Marine Logistics Group Spouse wins 2015 San Diego Spouse of the Year

15 Dec 2015 | Cpl. April Price I Marine Expeditionary Force

The San Diego Council Navy League of the United States honored a Marine spouse from 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, with the 2015 Sea Services Marine Corps Spouse of the Year Award, Dec. 4, during a ceremony at their monthly luncheon in San Diego.

Amanda McMillan, wife of Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, a bulk fuel officer with 7th ESB, was honored for her hard work and dedication to her family, community and 7th ESB.

Notably, this is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award.

“I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, and can do, so much more for the community,” said Amanda, a Zephyrhills, Florida, native.

Throughout year, she used her experience as a Marine spouse to help other military families manage the unique challenges of military life.

“I’m really proud of everything she does and I’m glad she received recognition for her work,” said Christopher McMillan. “She’s able to manage her time with kids, me being gone, and helping others.”

The ceremony was tailored to recognize spouses married to service members from the Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard. Members of the League reviewed 20 finalist submissions from throughout San Diego County.

“There are three heavily weighted categories; service to their military command, volunteer service in their community, and personal accomplishments,” said Jon Berg-Johnson, president of administration for San Diego Council of the Navy League. “We also take into account if they were serving a deployed command, awards received and their personal essay. The entries we received were overwhelming. Many of our spouses serve multiple organizations, are earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, while some completed marathons and mud runs. It’s absolutely amazing.”

Amanda was selected for her dedication to educating and volunteering for a variety of groups, including special needs children, new military families, spouses of Marine leadership and fellow spouses she describes as sharing a similar life workload as hers.

In addition, Amanda has dedicated over 600 hours at her local elementary school as well as assists with the 7th ESB command events including providing over 100 Thanksgiving meals for this year and maintains the command spouse Facebook page.

“These are just a few ways I can give back. I can never express how thankful I am for the services the military has provided me and my family,” said Amanda.


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The 2015 San Diego Sea Service Marine Corps Spouse of the Year recipient, Amanda McMillan, poses with her husband, Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, after being awarded at the San Diego Council Navy League monthly luncheon in San Diego, Dec. 4. As a I Marine Expeditionary Force spouse, Amanda was awarded for her dedication to educating and volunteering with groups such as special needs children and fellow military families. The award was presented to McMillan by Jon Berg-Johnson (left), council president of San Diego Council Navy League of the United States. This is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award. Nominees were selected by their respective commands for exhibiting a balance in their military community, their work and home life, and for serving their local community. Both Amanda and Christopher are Zephyrhills, Florida, natives. Christopher is a bulk fuel officer with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I MEF. “I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, can do so much more for the community. I can never express how thankful I am for the serves the military has provided me and my family,” Amanda said.

Photo by Cpl. April Price

Marine Logistics Group Spouse wins 2015 San Diego Spouse of the Year

15 Dec 2015 | Cpl. April Price I Marine Expeditionary Force

The San Diego Council Navy League of the United States honored a Marine spouse from 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, with the 2015 Sea Services Marine Corps Spouse of the Year Award, Dec. 4, during a ceremony at their monthly luncheon in San Diego.

Amanda McMillan, wife of Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, a bulk fuel officer with 7th ESB, was honored for her hard work and dedication to her family, community and 7th ESB.

Notably, this is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award.

“I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, and can do, so much more for the community,” said Amanda, a Zephyrhills, Florida, native.

Throughout year, she used her experience as a Marine spouse to help other military families manage the unique challenges of military life.

“I’m really proud of everything she does and I’m glad she received recognition for her work,” said Christopher McMillan. “She’s able to manage her time with kids, me being gone, and helping others.”

The ceremony was tailored to recognize spouses married to service members from the Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard. Members of the League reviewed 20 finalist submissions from throughout San Diego County.

“There are three heavily weighted categories; service to their military command, volunteer service in their community, and personal accomplishments,” said Jon Berg-Johnson, president of administration for San Diego Council of the Navy League. “We also take into account if they were serving a deployed command, awards received and their personal essay. The entries we received were overwhelming. Many of our spouses serve multiple organizations, are earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, while some completed marathons and mud runs. It’s absolutely amazing.”

Amanda was selected for her dedication to educating and volunteering for a variety of groups, including special needs children, new military families, spouses of Marine leadership and fellow spouses she describes as sharing a similar life workload as hers.

In addition, Amanda has dedicated over 600 hours at her local elementary school as well as assists with the 7th ESB command events including providing over 100 Thanksgiving meals for this year and maintains the command spouse Facebook page.

“These are just a few ways I can give back. I can never express how thankful I am for the services the military has provided me and my family,” said Amanda.


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The 2015 San Diego Sea Service Marine Corps Spouse of the Year recipient, Amanda McMillan, poses with her husband, Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, after being awarded at the San Diego Council Navy League monthly luncheon in San Diego, Dec. 4. As a I Marine Expeditionary Force spouse, Amanda was awarded for her dedication to educating and volunteering with groups such as special needs children and fellow military families. The award was presented to McMillan by Jon Berg-Johnson (left), council president of San Diego Council Navy League of the United States. This is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award. Nominees were selected by their respective commands for exhibiting a balance in their military community, their work and home life, and for serving their local community. Both Amanda and Christopher are Zephyrhills, Florida, natives. Christopher is a bulk fuel officer with 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I MEF. “I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, can do so much more for the community. I can never express how thankful I am for the serves the military has provided me and my family,” Amanda said.

Photo by Cpl. April Price

Marine Logistics Group Spouse wins 2015 San Diego Spouse of the Year

15 Dec 2015 | Cpl. April Price I Marine Expeditionary Force

The San Diego Council Navy League of the United States honored a Marine spouse from 7th Engineer Support Battalion, 1st Marine Logistics Group, I Marine Expeditionary Force, with the 2015 Sea Services Marine Corps Spouse of the Year Award, Dec. 4, during a ceremony at their monthly luncheon in San Diego.

Amanda McMillan, wife of Chief Warrant Officer Christopher McMillan, a bulk fuel officer with 7th ESB, was honored for her hard work and dedication to her family, community and 7th ESB.

Notably, this is the fifth consecutive year a I MEF spouse has won the award.

“I’m more than honored to receive the award, but I know I could have done, and can do, so much more for the community,” said Amanda, a Zephyrhills, Florida, native.

Throughout year, she used her experience as a Marine spouse to help other military families manage the unique challenges of military life.

“I’m really proud of everything she does and I’m glad she received recognition for her work,” said Christopher McMillan. “She’s able to manage her time with kids, me being gone, and helping others.”

The ceremony was tailored to recognize spouses married to service members from the Marine Corps, Navy and Coast Guard. Members of the League reviewed 20 finalist submissions from throughout San Diego County.

“There are three heavily weighted categories; service to their military command, volunteer service in their community, and personal accomplishments,” said Jon Berg-Johnson, president of administration for San Diego Council of the Navy League. “We also take into account if they were serving a deployed command, awards received and their personal essay. The entries we received were overwhelming. Many of our spouses serve multiple organizations, are earning Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, while some completed marathons and mud runs. It’s absolutely amazing.”

Amanda was selected for her dedication to educating and volunteering for a variety of groups, including special needs children, new military families, spouses of Marine leadership and fellow spouses she describes as sharing a similar life workload as hers.

In addition, Amanda has dedicated over 600 hours at her local elementary school as well as assists with the 7th ESB command events including providing over 100 Thanksgiving meals for this year and maintains the command spouse Facebook page.

“These are just a few ways I can give back. I can never express how thankful I am for the services the military has provided me and my family,” said Amanda.