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    Marine Forces Reserve

    Marine Forces Reserve

    06.24.2021 | Photo by Cpl. Andrew Skiver
    Marines with I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group (I MIG) and Marines and a Navy officer from Force Headquarters Group pose for a photo...

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    9th Comm Video

    9th Comm Video

    02.05.2021 | Video by Lance Cpl. Patrick Katz
    Lt. Col. Kevin Stepp, commanding officer, assigned to 9th Communication Battalion (9th Comm), I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group,...

    Recent News Stories

    Legacy of ANGLICO

    Legacy of ANGLICO

    07.23.2021 | Story by Cpl. Andrew Skiver
    1st Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company has a storied history with a legacy that is instilled in every Marine who has served and is serving with 1st...

    Information Systems Coordinators: I MIG's...

    06.16.2021 | Story by Lance Cpl. Tyler Forti
    In a rapidly changing information environment, where social media and online news can influence international decisions in a matter of seconds, I Marine Expeditionary Force Information Group (I MIG) addresses critical problems with innovation and accurate information through its Information Related Capabilities (IRCs). While many may observe the organization as a whole, most do not see the structure that holds it all together. One such person...

    Science, technology and experiments, oh my!

    04.30.2021 | Story by Cpl. Thomas Spencer
    When most people think about the Marine Corps they think of an elite warfighting organization. What most do not think about is how the Marine Corps fits into the information age and ever evolving operational environment of science and technology.

    Navy Marine Corps Relief Society

    04.30.2021 | Story by Cpl. Thomas Spencer
    In 1904 a group of naval officers, their wives and a few friends founded the Navy Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) after they recognized the need for medical and pay assistance for the troops. Instead of “passing the hat” to collect money, Marines and Sailors now had a resource to relieve their financial burdens. The NMCRS initially generated funds from the proceeds of a previous Army-Navy football game, providing assistance to widows...