10 June 2013

Structure of the United States Marine Corps | Marine Corps Rank Structure | Graphic

Structure of United States Marine Corps




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Structure of the United States Marine Corps

GROUND
Fire Team (4 Marines) commanded by Team Leader
Squad (3 Teams + Squad Leader; 13 Marines) commanded by Sergeant/Corporal
Platoon (About 3 Squads + Platoon Commander; About 40 Marines) commanded by Lieutenant
Company/Battery (4 Platoons; Avg. 180 Marines) commanded by Captain
Battalion (3-5 Companies; 900-1200 Marines) commanded by Lieutenant Colonel
Regiment (3-5 Battalions; 2700-3600 Marines) commanded by Colonel
Division (4 Regiments + 5 additional Battalions; 17000-21000 Marines) commanded by Major General

AVIATION
Squadron (4-24 Aircraft) commanded by Lieutenant Colonel
Group (2-11 Squadrons) commanded by Colonel
Wing (4 Groups) commanded by Major General

LOGISTICS
Fire Team (4 Marines) commanded by Team Leader
Squad (3 Teams) commanded by Sergeant/Corporal
Platoon (About 3 Squads) commanded by Lieutenant
Company (Several Platoons) commanded by Captain
Combat Logistics Battalion (3-5 Companies; 300 Marines) commanded by Lieutenant Colonel
Combat Logistics Regiment (3 CLBs; 2000 Marines) commanded by Colonel
Marine Logistics Group (3 CLRs; 4000 Marines) commanded by Major General

Marine Expeditionary Force (1 Division, Aircraft Wing, Logistics Group) commanded by Lieutenant General
Marine Corps (4 MEFs, 200,000 Marines) commanded by Commandant of the Marine Corps






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