amphibious group


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amphibious group

A command within the amphibious force, consisting of the commander and staff, designed to exercise operational control of assigned units in executing all phases of a division-size amphibious operation.
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In early 1948 he had assumed command of the Amphibious Training Command at Coronado, California; in January 1950 he reported as Commander, Amphibious Group 1.
Still, undaunted by the technical challenges, Bailey said he could have fly-away kits with laptop computers, printers and information stores ready for the embarked staff in four days if the amphibious group had to respond to a crisis.
Some 4,000 Marines and four ships of the Navy's Amphibious Group 2 participated in amphibious landings on Camp Lejeune's Onslow Beach, confronting a large military unit attempting a coup d'etat in a fictional country.--Harold Kennedy
Rear Admiral James Doyle, Commander of Amphibious Group 1, led the course of action assessment to ensure that CINCFE understood the risks identified with Inchon.
To support the OIF II Force Rotation Plan and the First Marine Expeditionary Force's deployment to relieve the Third Air Calvary Regiment and the 82nd Airborne in Iraq, Commander Amphibious Group 3, RDML W.
The ships will report to SURFLANT on administrative issues through their immediate superior in command, Commander, Amphibious Group 2 RADM Michael P.
During World War II, he was chief of the Bureau of Ordnance of the Navy from 1941 to 1943, and then commander of Amphibious Group No.
In June 1950, Amphibious Group One arrived in Japan to train Eighth Army in amphibious operations.
Marsh, Commander, Amphibious Group 3, right, and Boxer's Commanding Officer, CAPT Thomas D.
Kevin Moran, commander of Amphibious Group 2, during a recent visit aboard the general-purpose assault ship.
The amphibious group would then load the troops as a second assault wave to reinforce the battalion landing team.
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