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Marine Force Storage Command
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1st Force Storage Battalion
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1st Force Storage Battalion (1st FSB), Marine Force Storage Command is based at Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow in California and was formally activated in June of 2019. 1st FSB provides inventory control, oversight, and execution of care if supplies in storage. 


1st FSB Tasks

>>  Receipt, inspect, account for, issue, store and manage the Care-in-Storage Program for Stores Account Code 3  (SAC3) Principle End Items (PEI) and small arms components.
>>  Execute Supply Support Program.
>>  Assemble and disassemble Collateral Material (CM), Supply System.
>>  Responsibility Items (SSRI), Sets, Kits, and Chests in support of Marine Corps requirements
>>  Provide retail, intermediate and consumer supply support to Base and tenant organizations.
>>  Provide technical assistance to Marine Corps Forces Reserve (MARFORs) West.
>>  Develop and monitor quality control programs.

For more information, please contact (760) 577-7048.


1st Force Storage Battalion Leaders

Commanding Officer, 1st Force Storage Battalion

Lt. Col. Matthew S. Hall

LtCol Matthew Hall, a native of Durant, Oklahoma joined the Marine Corps in May 2003. After completing boot camp, he attended the Artillery Scout Observer course in Fort Sill, OK and the Naval Gunfire Liaison course in Coronado, CA. Receiving designation as a Forward Observer, he was assigned to...

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Deputy Commander, 1st Force Storage Battalion

James M. Maxwell

James Maxwell is originally from the Chicago area and enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1996 at the age of 17. After obtaining the Military Occupational Specialty of 3043 (Supply Admin and Operations Specialist), he was first stationed in Okinawa, Japan. Over the course of his 21-year career, he...

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