3rd Marine Division (United States) - Subordinate Units

Subordinate Units

  • Headquarters Battalion
  • 3rd Marine Regiment (Infantry)
  • 4th Marine Regiment (Infantry)
  • 12th Marine Regiment (Artillery)
  • 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion
  • Combat Assault Battalion
  • Jungle Warfare Training Center, Okinawa (Transitioning to TACOM)

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