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Sgt. Maj. Charles T. Blumenberg, sergeant major of Combat Logistics Regiment 25, marches the unit colors to present them to Col. Craig C. Crenshaw as he relinquished command to Col. Christopher B. Edwards in a ceremony held aboard Camp Lejeune, N.C., June 4, 2010.

Photo by U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt Richard L. McCumber III

Logistics regiment welcomes new commander

4 Jun 2010 | Staff Sgt. Theresa E. Seng, 2nd Marine Logistics Group Public Affairs

Col. Craig C. Creshaw relinquished command of Combat Logistics Regiment 25, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, to Col. Christopher B. Edwards in a ceremony held aboard Camp Lejeune June 4.

During the ceremony, Crenshaw was presented with a Legion of Merit by Brig. Gen. Juan G. Ayala, 2nd MLG commanding general, for his outstanding service during his tenure.   Crenshaw’s leadership lead to the regiment’s re-establishment to a general support mission, which helped to better funnel the maintenance and supply capabilities provided to the Regimental Combat Teams in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Crenshaw is headed to Okinawa, Japan, to be the commanding general at the 3rd MLG.


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