2D ASSAULT AMPHIBIAN BATTALION
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2D MARINE DIVISION
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Who we are

2D Assault Amphibian Battalion's mission is to land the surface assault element of the landing force and their equipment in a single lift from assault shipping during amphibious operations to inland objectives and to conduct mechanized operations and related combat support in subsequent operations ashore.

 

Officer of the Day:

Desk: 910-440-7335
Cell: 910-376-5284

Mailing Address:

2d Assault Amphibian Battalion
PSC Box 20070
Camp Lejeune, NC 28542-0070

 

Deployment Readiness Coordinator:

Desk: 910-440-7056
Cell: 910-546-0682

 

Equal Opportunity Representative:

1st Lt. Kevin M. Clements
Desk: 910-440-7111

 

Sexual Assault Prevention Coordinator / Uniformed Victim Advocate:
Cell: 910-440-7933

Camp Lejeune/MCAS New River 24/7 Sexual Assault Help Line:

Phone: 910-750-5852

 

 

Leaders

Lt. Col. William W. Goetz
Commanding Officer, 2d Assault Amphibian Battalion

William Goetz enrolled in the University of Pennsylvania's Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (UPENN NROTC) in the summer of 2003. He concurrently enrolled in Temple University's undergraduate program. In the summer of 2006, Midshipman Goetz attended and completed Officer Candidates School (OCS).

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Maj. Logan A. Brewer
Executive Officer, 2d Assault Amphibian Battalion

Major Logan Brewer is a native of Lakeland, Florida. He completed Officer Candidate School while enrolled at Warner University in 2009. Upon the completion of his undergraduate degree from Warner University in 2010, he was commissioned reported to The Basic School in 2011.

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Sgt. Maj. James W. Underwood III
Sergeant Major, 2d Assault Amphibian Battalion

Sergeant Major Underwood enlisted on 19 October 1998 and attended recruit training at MCRD, San Diego, California. Upon graduation of recruit training, he was promoted to Private First Class and attended Marine Combat Training at Camp Pendleton. Sergeant Major Underwood reported on 14 February 1999 to Marine Aviation Training Support Group 21, Pensacola, Florida for the Aviation Support Equipment Technician course.

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