Since 2008, logistics specialists have had the opportunity to bring their skills and knowledge to assist the Fleet Marine Force
(FMF) in the area of medical logistics.
"During that deployment I received my Fleet Marine Force
(FMF) badge." Sailors who train and qualify to operate with Marines can earn the FMF badge.
After leading the 2d MAW, Miller served as the deputy commander and chief of staff of Fleet Marine Force
FLEET MARINE FORCE
COMBAT OPERATIONS INSIGNIA For Navy personnel attached to Fleet Marine Force
units participating in combat operations
Marine Corps Forces Command, Fleet Marine Force
Atlantic, and U.S.
Marine Corps (1944-46); amphibious training command, Little Creek (1946-48); G-3, Fleet Marine Force
, Pacific, at Pearl Harbor (1948-50); chief, combined arms section, Marine Corps Command and Staff College (1950-52); National War College (1952-53), special assistant to Joint Chiefs of Staff for NSC affairs (1953-55); assistant commander, 2d Marine Division, Camp Lejeune (1955-56); commanding general, recruit training command and recruit depot, Parris Island, and Camp Lejeune (1956-59); assistant chief of staff (G-3), deputy chief of staff for plans, and chief of staff at Headquarters, U.S.
(It is worth mentioning that the Marine Corps Fleet Marine Force
Manual 1-0, Leading Marines--primarily intended for young enlisted Marines--shows there as FMFM 101.) It is impossible to ascertain from his back-matter notes where specific material originated, unless one compares the text line by line with each source mentioned.
(1) Fleet Marine Force
Reference Publication (FMFRP) 5-31 (Helicopter External Rigging Procedures).
Lejeune (1920-1922); served at sea aboard the battleships Nevada and Idaho (1922-1925); served at the Marine Corps barracks in Norfolk (1925-1927); served with the 4th Marines in China (1927-1929); graduated from the field officers' course at the Quantico Marine School (1930); served in Haiti for several years (1930-1934); promoted to major (April 1932) and to lieutenant colonel (July 1935); served on the Marine Corps Institute staff (1934-1936); graduated from the Naval War College (1937); commanded a battalion of the 5th Marines assigned to the Fleet Marine Force
(1937); promoted to colonel (August 1940) while attached to Marine Corps Schools staff (1939-1942); commander of the 9th Marines (March 1942); assistant commander of Gen.
Fleet Marine Force
Qualifi ed Officer LCDR Jason W.
Flying the EA-6B Prowler, conducts airborne electronic warfare including electronic attack/protection/support to control the electromagnetic spectrum or to attack the enemy in support of Fleet Marine Force
and joint operations.
Smith of command of 27th Infantry Division during the battle for Saipan (June 24); this incident revealed the difference between the aggressive Marine operational style and the army's more moderate approach; given command of Fleet Marine force
, Pacific (July 1944), and went on to plan and direct the invasions of Iwo Jima (February 19-March 24, 1945) and Okinawa (April 1-June 21); named commander of training center at Camp Pendleton, California (July 1945); retired from active service and promoted to general (August 1946); published a record of his wartime experiences as Coral and Brass (1949); died in San Diego (January 12, 1967).