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On order, 1st Marine Regiment deploys as the Command Element (CE) for I Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) in support of crisis response operations and provides mission capable battalions in support of enduring and emerging operational requirements in order to meet operational commitments across the range of military operations.

Honors

PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION STREAMER WITH TWO SILVER STARS AND ONE BRONZE STAR

WORLD WAR II
GUADALCANAL - 1942
PELELIU, NGESEBUS - 1944
OKINAWA - 1945

KOREA

1950
1950
1951

VIETNAM

1965 - 1966
1966 - 1967
1967 - 1968
1968
1968

IRAQ

2003

NAVY UNIT COMMENDATION STREAMER WITH FOUR BRONZE STARS

KOREA

1952 - 1953

SOUTHWEST ASIA

1990 - 1991

IRAQ

2004 - 2005
2008 - 2009

AFGHANISTAN

2010 - 2011

MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION STREAMER

1971

MEXICAN SERVICE STREAMER
HAITIAN CAMPAIGN STREAMER
MARINE CORPS EXPEDITIONARY STREAMER WITH TWO BRONZE STARS
DOMINICAN CAMPAIGN STREAMER
WORLD WAR I VICTORY STREAMER
AMERICAN DEFENSE SERVICE STREAMER WITH ONE BRONZE STAR
ASIATIC-PACIFIC CAMPAIGN STREAMER WITH ONE SILVER AND ONE BRONZE STAR
WORLD WAR II VICTORY STREAMER
NAVY STREAMER WITH "ASIA"
CHINA SERVICE STREAMER
NATIONAL DEFENSE SERVICE STREAMER WITH THREE BRONZE STARS
KOREAN SERVICE STREAMER WITH TWO SILVER STARS
ARMED FORCES EXPEDITIONARY STREAMER
VIETNAM SERVICE STREAMER WITH TWO SILVER AND THREE BRONZE STARS
SOUTHWEST ASIA SERVICE STREAMER WITH THREE BRONZE STARS
AGHANISTAN CAMPAIGN STREAMER WITH TWO BRONZE STARS
IRAQ CAMPAIGN STREAMER WITH FOUR BRONZE STARS
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM EXPEDITIONARY STREAMER
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM SERVICE STREAMER
KOREAN PRESIDENTIAL UNIT CITATION STREAMER
VIETNAM CROSS OF GALLANTRY WITH PALM STREAMER
VIETNAM MERITORIOUS UNIT CITATION CIVIL ACTIONS STREAMER

1915-1917

Activated 27 November 1913 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as the 2nd Advance Base Regiment
Relocated during December 1913 to Pensacola, Florida
Assigned during January 1914 to the 1st Advance Base Brigade
Participated in the Vera Cruz Operation, March-November 1914
Relocated during December 1914 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Participated in the Haitian Campaign, August 1915 - May 1916
Participated in the Occupation of Dominican Republic, May - December 1916
Redesignated 1 July 1916 as the 1st Regiment
Reassigned during November 1916 to the 2nd Provisional Brigade
Deactivated 20 December 1916 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Reactivated 25 January 1917 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and assigned to the Fixed Defense Force

1918-1931

Relocated during November 1918 to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Reassigned during December 1918 to the 6th Provisional Brigade
Relocated during June 1919 to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and detached from the 6th Provisional Brigade
Relocated during October 1920 to Quantico, Virginia
Assigned during December 1920 to the 3rd Brigade
Deactivated 22 April 1922
Reactivated 1 August 1922 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and assigned to the 2nd Brigade
participated in the occupation of the Dominican Republic, August 1922 - July 1924
Deactivated 1 July 1924 at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Reactivated 15 March 1925 at Quantico, Virginia
Redesignated 10 July 1930 as the 1st Marines
Deactivated 1 November 1931

1941-1949

Reactivated 1 March 1941 at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and assigned to the 1st Marine Division
Relocated during April 1941 to Parris Island, South Carolina
Relocated during February 1942 to New River, North Carolina
Deployed during June - July 1942 to Wellington, New Zealand

Participated in the following WWII campaigns:

Guadalcanal
Eastern New Guinea
New Britain
Peleiu
Okinawa

Participated in the occupation of North China, September 1945-May 1947, October 1947-February 1949
Reactivated 20 May 1947 while on board the USS Henrico in the Yellow Sea
Reactivated 1 October 1947 at Tsingtao, China, and assigned to Fleet Marine Force, Western Pacific
Relocated during February 1949 to Camp Pendleton, California, and reassigned to the 1st Marine Division
Deactivated 1 October 1949

1950-1964

Reactivated 4 August 1950 at Camp Pendleton, California, and assigned to the 1st Marine Division
Deployed during September 1950 to Kobe, Japan

Participated in the Korean War, September 1950 - July 1953, operating from:

Inchon-Seoul
Chosin Reservoir
East Central Front
Western Front
Participated in the defense of the Korean Demilitarized Zone

July 1953 - April 1955
Relocated during April 1955 to Camp Pendleton, California
Participated in the Cuban missile crisis, October-December 1962

1965-1971

Deployed during August 1965 - January 1966 to the Republic of Vietnam

Participated in the war in Vietnam, August 1965 - June 1971, operating from:

Da Nang
Chu Lai
Phu Bai
Quang Tri
Hue
Camp J.E. Muir
Camp D.M. Oerdue
Dong Ha
Cua Viet
Khe Sanh
Duong Son

Detached during April 1971 from the 1st Marine Division and reassigned to the 3rd Marine Amphibious Brigade
Relocated during May - June 1971 to Camp Pendleton, California, and reassigned to the 1st Marine Division

1972 – 2014

Participated in Operation New Arrival, the relocation of refuges from Indochina, April - May 1975
Participated in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm, Southwest Asia, August 1990 - April 1991
Element participated in Operation United Shield, Somalia, February - March 1995
Element participated in Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, December 2001 - February 2002
Deployed during January 2003 to Kuwait in support of Operation Enduring Freedom
Participated in Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, March - July 2003 and February 2004 - April 2005, January 2008 - January 2009
Participated in Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, September 2010 - October 2011, February - August 2014
Element Participated in Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, December 2011 - February 2012, June - December 2012

Information coming soon.

1st Marines Command Religious Program (CRP)

Camp Horno Chapel:

Protestant worship service (Sunday 1600) 

Daily Mass (1100) pending Chaplain Daniel Swartz (2/1) operational schedule.

Catholic catechism class (Sunday 1000).  Sunday Catholic Mass (1100).

Friday Healing Prayer Service (0600).

 

Important links:

Camp Pendleton Religious Services

Marriage/Personal Enrichment Retreats (CREDO)

Chaplain Care Website

 

Regimental Chaplain:

Chaplain Jason Porter

LCDR, USN

jason.porter@usmc.mil

Office: (760) 725-7614

Cell: (760) 277-4701

 

Regimental Religious Programs Specialist (RP):

stephen.triplett@usmc.mil

Office: (760) 725-7614

 

In case of emergency or after hours the Chaplain may be reached through the Regimental OOD at (760) 725-7002.

Welcome to the 1st Marine Regiment family, home of the Inchon Nation!

My name is Lora Garcia, and I am your Deployment Readiness Coordinator (DRC).  Our military families are the most resilient of families and can adapt and overcome the many challenges this lifestyle can throw at us.  I am here to ensure you are prepared for these challenges in the most supported way:

  • Communication
  • Information and Referral
  • Deployment Support

Please do not hesitate to ask me questions; it is part of my job to answer them.  If you are a member of our Inchon Family and are not receiving emails from me, please let me know. 

I also want to encourage you to get involved!  Seize the opportunity to build a vibrant community and support our Marines and Sailors here with 1st Marine Regiment.  If you would like to get involved or have any questions, please reach out.

“Welcome to the INCHON NATION”

Lora Garcia

1st Marine Regiment DRC

Cell: 760-468-0468

Email: Lora.Garcia@usmc.mil

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REGIMENTAL DUTY OFFICER - (760) 725-7002

REGIMENTAL DUTY CELL - (760) 390-5159

S-1 LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATION

ADJUTANT

(760) 763-1769

Unit Voting Assistance Officer

(760) 763-1769
vote@usmc.mil

ADMIN CHIEF

(760) 725-7668

S-2 INTELLIGENCE

INTELLIGENCE OFFICER

(760) 763-4716

INTELLIGENCE CHIEF

(760) 763-4715

S-3 OPERATIONS

OPERATIONS OFFICER

(760) 763-4704

OPERATIONS ALPHA

(760) 725-7692

GUNNER

(760) 763-4708

OPERATIONS CHIEF

(760) 725-7219

SECTION CHIEFS

(760) 725-7585

S-4 SUPPLY AND LOGISTICS

LOGISTICS OFFICER

(760) 725-4703

LOGISTICS ALPHA

(760) 725-4701

MOTOR T OFFICER

(760) 725-7938

SUPPLY OFFICER

(760) 763-4703

EMBARK OFFICER

(760) 725-7733

LOGISTICS CHIEF

(760) 725-7732

MOTOR T CHIEF

(760) 725-7938

AMMO CHIEF

(760) 763-1579

MMO CHIEF

(760) 763-4701

SUPPLY CHIEF

(760) 763-7979

S-6 COMMUNICATIONS

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

(760) 763-4710

COMMUNICATIONS CHIEF

(760) 763-4709

DATA CHIEF / WEBMASTER

(760) 763-4714

EKMS MANAGER

(760) 725-9919

COMM SNCO'S

(760) 725-4714

HQCO HEADQUARTERS COMPANY

COMMANDING OFFICER

(760) 725-7996

COMPANY FIRST SERGEANT

(760) 725-7705

COMPANY GUNNERY SERGEANT

(760) 725-7705

SACO

(760) 763-7748

CAREER PLANNER

(760) 7631770

RAS REGIMENTAL AID STATION

MEDICAL OFFICER

(760) 725-7826

FRONT DESK

(760) 725-7410

CHAPLAIN REGIMENTAL CHAPLAIN

CHAPLAIN

(760) 725-7614

CHAPLAIN CELL

(760) 207-1003

RP

(760) 725-7614

 

1st Marine Regiment Leaders

Commanding Officer, 1st Marine Regiment

Colonel Brendan P. Sullivan

Colonel Sullivan is a native of Long Island, New York.  He attended Officer Candidate School and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant following graduation from Iona College in May 1999.  He proceeded to Quantico, Virginia where he attended The Basic School and the Infantry Officer Course. ...

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Sergeant Major, 1st Marine Regiment

SgtMaj Erick Cortes

Sergeant Major Cortes enlisted in the Marine Corps on 16 September 1998 from Chicago, IL and attended Recruit Training at 1st Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, CA. ...

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