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     Master gUNNERY Alicia Longier

          

Master Gunnery Sergeant Alicia Y. Logier is the Senior Enlisted Advisor for Marine Corps Intelligence Schools.  She  graduated from Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina in October 1999.  Upon graduation and completion of Combat Training, Private First Class Logier transferred to NAS Pensacola, Florida to attend Marine Air Traffic Control RADAR School.  In February 2001, she reported for duty to Headquarters & Headquarters Squadron, MCAS Futenma, Okinawa, Japan for duty as a RADAR technician.  After completing a tour on MCAS Futenma, Corporal Logier reenlisted and conducted a lateral move into the intelligence field. 

In August 2004, Sergeant Logier reported to G-2, Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron, 3D Marine Aircraft Wing, MCAS Miramar, CA for on-the-job training in the G-2 section.  In November of 2004, she reported to Dam Neck, VA for training at the Marine Air Ground Task Force Intelligence Specialist Entry Course.  In 2006, she deployed with 3D MAW G-2 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2007, Sergeant Logier report to VMFA (AW) – 242 to serve as the squadron intelligence chief. In November 2007, Staff Sergeant Logier reported for Instructor duty at the Marine Corps Detachment Dam Neck, Marine Corps Intelligence Schools in Virginia Beach, Virginia. In November 2010, she was assigned to G-2, 3D Marine Division, Camp Lejeune as the Production and Analysis Chief. In 2011, Gunnery Sergeant Logier deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. In 2014, Gunnery Sergeant Logier reported to Marine Corps Forces Command in Norfolk, VA where she served as the Current Intelligence Chief. In 2016, Gunnery Sergeant Logier transferred back to Dam Neck, VA to serve as the Entry Level Company Senior Enlisted Advisor until reporting to the National Intelligence University in 2017.

    In August 2018, Master Sergeant Logier reported to III Marine Expeditionary Force to serve as the Intelligence Operations Chief.  She transferred to the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit March 2021 to serve as the unit Intelligence Chief. After two floats with the MEU, Master Gunnery Sergeant Logier reported to Marine Corps Intelligence Schools in June 2022 and assumed duties as the command senior enlisted advisor.

    Master Gunnery Sergeant Logier’s personal awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal with two gold stars, and Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal with two gold stars.  She is married to Andrew Parks.