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24th Marine Expeditionary Unit
The official command seal for the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit.
II Marine Expeditionary Force
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Mission

The 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit is a Marine Air-Ground Task Force that provides strategic speed and agility, ensuring our Marines are forward deployed and prepared to respond and protect U.S. national security interests around the globe. The Marine Expeditionary Unit can respond faster from longer ranges with greater capabilities across the range of military operations.

 

 

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Featured Videos

Integrated Naval Training Flight Line B-Roll
24th Marine Expeditionary Unit
April 7, 2024 | 3:56
Integrated Naval Training Flight Line B-Roll
24th Marine Expeditionary Unit
April 7, 2024 | 3:56
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Integrated Naval Training Flight Line B-Roll
CLB 24 Marines Complete the Underwater Egress Trainer
24th MEU Marines Train on sUAS
BLT 1/8 Conducts Urban Breaching Exercise
MEU (SOC) Stand Alone Video
MEU (SOC) Trailer and Full Video

 

 

Leaders

Colonel Todd E. Mahar
Commanding Officer

Colonel Mahar assumed command of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit on 26 June 2023.

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Lieutenant Colonel Adam Coker
Executive Officer

Lieutenant Colonel Coker is a native of West Columbia, SC. In 1997 he enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserves.

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Sergeant Major Jared Game
Sergeant Major

Sergeant Major Game enlisted in the Marine Corps December 1996 and reported to Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California for recruit training in January 1997. Private First Class Game then attended Marine Combat Training at Camp Pendleton, California. He then reported to HMT-302 FREST, New River, North Carolina, where he earned the MOS of 6132 Helicopter Dynamic Component Mechanic.

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