Commanding Officer, Marine Wing Support Squadron 372
Lieutenant Colonel Richard D. Marshall Jr

LtCol Marshall was commissioned on 10 August 2001.  Upon graduation from the Basic School and Logistics Officer Course in 2002, LtCol Marshall was assigned to 2d Marine Division and served with 2d Battalion, 10th Marines as Assistant Logistics Officer, Maintenance Management Officer, Service Platoon Commander and HQ Battery Executive Officer.  He deployed to Northern Babil Province during OIF II with 1st Bn, 2d Marines as Assistant Logistics Officer and Maintenance Management Officer in 2005.
From 2006-2009, LtCol Marshall was assigned to II MEF Headquarters Group and services as Deputy Officer in Charge and Logistics Officer for the II MEF Advisor Training Center and also deployed to Afghanistan as the Assistant Operations Officer, Civil Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Division C-9, HQ ISAF.
LtCol Marshall reported to 2d Maintenance Battalion in March 2009 and was assigned as H&S Company Commander and S-4 officer and deployed with the battalion to Al Taqqadum, Iraq.  In 2010, LtCol Marshall reported to Combat Logistics Battalion 2 and served as Future Operations Officer.  He deployed to Afghanistan with CLB-2 to Camp Leatherneck in support of RCT-2 in Helmand Province. 
After returning from deployment, LtCol Marshall attended Naval Postgraduate School in 2011.  He was then assigned to Marine Forces Central Command (MARCENT) from 2013-2016.  At MARCENT, LtCol Marshall served in the G-5 as Theater Security Cooperation (TSC) desk officer for the Levant region.  
LtCol Marshall was then assigned to overseas duty in Okinawa, Japan in 2016 where he served as the Executive Officer for 3d Transportation Support Battalion, Aide-de-Camp for CG, III MEF and G-3 Operations Officer, 3d MLG.
LtCol Marshall was assigned to duty in 2019 at HQMC, Installations and Logistics where he served as the Logistics Information Technology Branch Head.
LtCol Marshall holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Ohio State University, a Masters of Business Administration from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and a Masters in Security Studies from the Naval Postgraduate School.

3rd Marine Aircraft Wing