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5th ANGLICO

Lightning from the sky ... thunder from the sea

Okinawa, Japan
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Capt. Brian Mead, the exercise air officer with 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, III MEF, coordinates over the radio to an F/A-18 pilot, during a joint Navy and Marine Corps exercise March 1-4. Mead is a qualified joint terminal attack controller and is required to complete six controls of fire every six months.
CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan-Leaders from 1st Brigade, 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company and 1st Brigade, 1st ANGLICO gather in Patrol Base Hazrat to discuss how 5th ANGLICO will take the reigns from 1st ANGLICO Nov. 28. The Marines convoyed from Camp Leatherneck to PB Hazrat and then afterwards traveled to Mobile Operating Base Price to see how the transition between 1st ANGLICO Marines and 5th ANGLICO Marines is going.
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CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan-Leaders from 1st Brigade, 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company and 1st Brigade, 1st ANGLICO gather in Patrol Base Hazrat to discuss how 5th ANGLICO will take the reigns from 1st ANGLICO Nov. 28. The Marines convoyed from Camp Leatherneck to PB Hazrat and then afterwards traveled to Mobile Operating Base Price to see how the transition between 1st ANGLICO Marines and 5th ANGLICO Marines is going.
CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan-Cpl. Samuel Stark, radio operator, 1st Brigade, 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (left), and Cpl. Hunter A. St Cyr, forward observer, 1st Brigade, 5th ANGLICO (right), unload their deployment bags aboard Patrol Base Hazrat, Nov. 28. The 5th ANGLICO took over 1st ANGLICO's area of operations, Dec. 4 after weeks of receiving briefs from 1st ANGLICO on the mission, successes and concerns in the area.
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CAMP LEATHERNECK, Afghanistan-Cpl. Samuel Stark, radio operator, 1st Brigade, 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company (left), and Cpl. Hunter A. St Cyr, forward observer, 1st Brigade, 5th ANGLICO (right), unload their deployment bags aboard Patrol Base Hazrat, Nov. 28. The 5th ANGLICO took over 1st ANGLICO's area of operations, Dec. 4 after weeks of receiving briefs from 1st ANGLICO on the mission, successes and concerns in the area.
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Three Marines with 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, III Marine Expeditionary Force Headquarters Group, III MEF, based on Camp Hansen, practice close quarters battle and room clearing techniques at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif. Marines with 5th ANGLICO were at Fort Irwin from March 27-April 4 for pre-deployment training prior to deploying to Afghanistan.
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Cpl. Jeriod Townsend, fire support man with 5th Air Naval Gunfire Liaison Company, observes a 400 meter target through binoculars during Exercise Southern Frontier at the Royal Australian Air Force Delamare Air Weapons Range, Australia, Sept. 13. The Marines of 5th ANGLICO supported Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 224 by serving as joint terminal attack controllers on the ground.

MISSION

To provide the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Commander a liaison capability and to plan, coordinate, employ, and conduct terminal control of fires in support of joint, allied, and coalition forces.

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5th ANGLICO
Commanding Officer
Lieutenant Colonel 
Bradley S. Cowley
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5th ANGLICO

Sergeant Major
Stennett W. Rey II
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