ⓘ United States Navy Customs

United States Navy Customs

ⓘ United States Navy Customs

The United States Navy Customs mission is one that is assigned to the Commander, Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group. The mission is overseen in the Central Command Theater of Operations by Navy Expeditionary Logistics Support Group Forward Headquarters, as well as the Commander, USCENTCOM.

Customs mission details Navy reserves Navy and is enhanced by active Navy duty, they are deployed within 320 days. Upon receipt of orders for mobilization, the members of the reserve report for the site treatment of the mobilization of the fleet for processing and screening to ensure that they are fit for duty, and there are no problems that will prevent them from fulfilling their primary mission. This process usually takes about two weeks, when they report until they are sent to NAVELSG for training.

Upon arrival at NAVELSG sailors undergo a month of training on everything you need to know to work in the U.S. CENTCOM theater of operations in support of operation Iraqi freedom / operation enduring freedom. They are trained in the use of weapons, driving tactical vehicles, first aid, small unit tactics, hand-to-hand combat, and procedures and standards required of items and personnel re-entering the US from abroad. Upon graduation, they are certified as customs border control, the right to conduct a customs inspection on the equipment and personnel to CENTCOM of the United States only.

Upon arrival in the theater of operations, all employees check the battalion support staff of the US army, located at the army life support area ALSA Ali al Salem, Kuwait. From there, each company then heads to its base, either at camp Arifjan, Kuwait naval base camp Patriot, Ali al Salem or camp Beuhring, Camp Virginia or they stay at ALSA for further training before deploying to Balad, Iraq or Afghanistan. To fly missions in Jebel Ali, Jordan and the UAE are frequent.

Units in a battalion now split into four sections, alpha, Bravo, Charlie, and Afghanistan. The departments are headed by top officers in each camp and are held to the highest standards.

There were a total of fifteen 15 Customs battalions deployed for this mission. In order, they are:

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After the rotation of the Pope on 11 October 2013, the customs mission was handed over USAFs 387th air expeditionary squadron. After the rotation, the U.S. air force on 1 April 2014, the customs mission was handed over to the marine Corps United States marine corps 2D law enforcement battalion.

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