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Bond is Strong Between Marine Warehouse Clerks in Afghanistan

Lance Cpls. Lud G. Romain, Lagrima C. Urista, and Brian A. Yanez
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Lance Cpls. Lud G. Romain, Lagrima C. Urista, and Brian A. Yanez

Three Marines here make sure their fellow Marines have everything they need.

“Pretty much everything anyone has out here came through supply at one point,” said Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Lud G. Romain, assistant warehouse chief, Combat Logistics Battalion 4, 1st Marine Logistics Group. “We have three lance corporals in the warehouse taking care of the entire battalion.”

Once the supply warehouse meets the battalion’s supply needs, CLB-4 provides direct combat logistics support to Regimental Combat Team 6.

Romain and one of the other supply warehouse clerks, Lance Cpl. Brian A. Yanez, began their journey together at the birthplace of many Marine Corps friendships -- military occupational school. Lance Cpl. Lagrima C. Urista, another supply warehouse clerk, joined the duo shortly afterward at their first duty station, Camp Foster, Marine Corps Base Camp Butler, Japan.

Read more at Marines.mil