2nd Marine Logistics Group
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Combat Logistics Battalion 26

History

(Formerly known as Marine Expeditionary Unit Service Support Group 26)

1960s-1989


Temporarily activated during the 1960s at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, as Logistics Support Unit,
34th Marine Amphibious Unit, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, to participate in exercises and operations in the Mediterranean and Caribbean areas

Redesignated 7 February 1972 as Logistics Support Unit 34, 34th Marine Amphibious Unit,
Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic

Participated in numerous exercises and operations during the 1970s and 1980s in the Mediterranean and North Atlantic Areas

Redesignated 1 July 1982 as Marine Amphibious Unit Service Support Group 24, 24th Marine Amphibious Unit, Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic

Participated as part of the multinational peace-keeping force in Lebanon, October 1982-February 1983 and May -November 1983

Reassigned during January 1985 to the 2d Force Service Support Group

Redesignated 1 March 1986 as Marine Amphibious Unit Service Support Group, 26th Marine Amphibious Unit,
Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic

Redesignated 5 February 1988 as Marine Expeditionary Unit Support Group 26

1990-2003

Participated in support of Operation Sharp Edge, Liberia, December 1999-January 1991

Participated in support of Operation Provide Promise, Bosnia, July-September 1992

Participated in support of operations in the Adriatic Sea, October 1992-August 1994

Participated in support of Operation Restore Hope, Somalia, July-August 1994

Participated in support of Operation Silver Wake, Albania, March-April 1997

Participated in support of multiple operations in the Adriatic Sea area, June 1998-July 1999

Participated in support of Operation Avid Response, Turkey, August-September 1999

Participated in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, Afghanistan, November 2001-February 2002

Participated in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, Iraq, April-May 2003

Participated in humanitarian operations in Liberia, August-September 2003

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