2nd Marine Logistics Group
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Combat Logistics Battalion 22


Provide the Marine Expeditionary Unit with mission-essential combat service support to ensure readiness, sustainment, and mission capability are achieved and maintained.


Lieutenant Colonel Anthony M. Ansley II
Commanding Officer, Combat Logistics Battalion 22

Lieutenant Colonel Tony Ansley is a native of Jacksonville, Florida.  He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2001 and was later selected for the Marine Corps Enlisted Commissioning Program in 2006.  Upon completing his undergraduate degree from Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina, he was commissioned through the Officer Candidate Class

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Major Andre C. Fontaness
Executive Officer, Combat Logistics Battalion 22

Major Fontaness was born in Texas. Major Fontaness attended the University of Northampton, in the United Kingdom, from 2006- 2010, graduating with a Bachelor of Law in English Law and Master of Art in International Relations. He attended Officer Candidate School in 2008 apart of the 10 week Platoon Leaders Class. He commissioned into the Marine Corps in July 2010. Second Lieutenant Fontaness attended The Basic School from March 2011-September 2011. After being selected as a Logistics Officer, he was issued orders to 2d Medical Battalion, and served as the Maintenance Management Officer.

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Sergeant Major Gilbert A. Diaz
Command Senior Enlisted Leader, Combat Logistics Battalion 22

Sergeant Major Diaz was born and raised in Texas.  He enlisted in the Marine Corps in June 2003 and attended recruit training in Lima Company, 3rd Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, California.  In October 2003, he reported to the School of Infantry West, Camp Pendleton, California for Marine Combat Training.  He was

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Unit Mailing Address
Rank Last/First Name
Combat Logistics Battalion 22
PSC Box 20133
Camp Lejeune, N.C. 28542-0133
Unit Contacts
  • Officer of the Day:  (910) 467-2971
  • Barracks Duty:  (910) 451-6783