Marines fire commander of award-winning transport unit after less than five months on the job

Lt. Col. Jeremy Davis speaks to Marines on the day he took command of the 3rd Transportation Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group at Camp Foster, Japan, on June 14, 2019. ISAIAH CAMPBELL/U.S. MARINE CORPS
Lt. Col. Jeremy Davis speaks to Marines on the day he took command of the 3rd Transportation Support Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group at Camp Foster, Japan, on June 14, 2019. ISAIAH CAMPBELL/U.S. MARINE CORPS

Marines fire commander of award-winning transport unit after less than five months on the job

by Matthew M. Burke
Stars and Stripes

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — “A loss of trust and confidence” has led the Marine Corps to relieve the head of one of its highest performing motor transport units after less than five months on the job.

Lt. Col. Jeremy Davis was fired Monday from his post as commander of 3rd Transportation Support Battalion by 3rd Marine Logistics Group head Brig. Gen. Keith Reventlow, a III Marine Expeditionary Force statement said Wednesday.

The battalion provides transportation and support for III MEF through the distribution of personnel, equipment and supplies by air, ground and sea, according to the unit’s website.

It falls under Combat Logistics Regiment 3 and the 3rd Marine Logistics Group.

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