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Headquarters Battalion provides communications and information systems network, motor transportation, security, administration and personnel support to the 1st Marine Division in order to facilitate the Division's ability to command and control.

Headquarters Battalion Leaders

Commanding Officer, Headquarters Battalion

Colonel Matthew D. Lundgren

Colonel Lundgren enlisted in the Marine Corps Reserve in 1994 and served as a rifleman in 4th Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion....

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Executive Officer, Headquarters Battalion

Major Scott C. Culbertson

Major Culbertson was born in Portland Oregon.  After graduating from Clarkson University with a degree in Information Technology, he went to work in the civilian sector for two years before attending Officer Candidates School and commissioning as a second lieutenant in December 2006.Upon completion...

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Sergeant Major, Headquarters Battalion

Sgt. Maj. Albert Martinez

Sergeant Major Albert Martinez enlisted in the Marine Corps in December 2000 and graduated boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego as a Series Honorman. In March 2001 he began training at SOI West, Camp Pendleton, CA and graduated Infantry Training Battalion as an 0341, Mortarman.In June...

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