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Fleet Marine Force, Pacific

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fleet Marine Force, Pacific
ActiveDecember 1941 – present
Country United States of America
Typemaritime general and special purpose landing force
RoleAmphibious warfare, expeditionary warfare
Part of United States Marine Corps
 United States Navy
Garrison/HQMCB Camp H.M. Smith, Hawaii, U.S.


The United States Fleet Marine Force, Pacific (FMFPAC) is the largest maritime landing force in the world. Its units are spread across the Pacific Ocean and reports to the United States Pacific Command. It is headquartered at MCB Camp H. M. Smith, HI and directs and commands all the subordinate elements of the Navy Expeditionary Strike Force and Marine Air-Ground Task Force components that follow under the 3rd, 5th, and 7th Fleet and the Marine Corps Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC). The Commanding General of Marine Corps Forces, Pacific is dual-posted as the Commanding General of Fleet Marine Force, Pacific. FMFPAC is under operational control of the Commander, United States Pacific Fleet (COMPACFLT), when deployed.

FMFPac was established by General 'Howling Mad' Smith in 1944 to assume command of very large USMC forces in the Pacific, of the order of 500,000.

Organization

Reporting directly to the Commanding General, Fleet Marine Force, Pacific (CG FMFPAC) are the Commanding Generals of two Marine Expeditionary Forces (I MEF and III MEF), the Commanding Generals of two Marine Expeditionary Brigades (1st MEB and 3rd MEB), and the Commanding Officers of four Marine Expeditionary Units (11th, 13th, 15th, and 31st MEUs).

The Commanding General, I MEF, exercises operational control over the 1st Marine Division, the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing, and the 1st Marine Logistics Group, while the Commanding General, III MEF, exercises operational control over the 3d Marine Division, the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, and the 3rd Marine Logistics Group.

Hierarchy of Fleet Marine Force units

Commander, United States Pacific Fleet (COMPACFLT)

Camp H. M. Smith
Salt Lake, Hawaii

Commander United States Pacific Fleet logo.png

Marine Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC)

Landing Force, Third Fleet (LF3F)
Task Force 36
United States Third Fleet insignia 2014.png
Naval Base Point Loma
San Diego, CA
Task Force 39
I Marine Expeditionary Force
IMEFlogo.jpg
MCB Camp Pendleton
California, United States

Marine Forces, Central (MARCENT)

Landing Force, Fifth Fleet (LF5F)
Task Force 56
United States Fifth Fleet insignia 2006.png
Naval Support Activity Bahrain
Kingdom of Bahrain
Task Force 59
I Marine Expeditionary Force
IMEFlogo.jpg
MCB Camp Pendleton
California, United States
III Marine Expeditionary Force
IIIMEFLogo.jpg
Camp Courtney
Okinawa, Japan

Marine Forces, Korea (MARFORK)

Landing Force, Seventh Fleet (LF7F)
Task Force 76
US Seventh Fleet.png
U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka
Yokosuka, Japan
Task Force 79
III Marine Expeditionary Force
IIIMEFLogo.jpg
Camp Courtney
Okinawa, Japan

See also

References

External links


This page was last edited on 24 October 2020, at 23:52
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