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Combat Logistics Company 21
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Official U.S. Marine Corps Website
MCAS Cherry Point, NC


To provide intermediate supply support and intermediate motor transport and engineer ground equipment maintenance to 2d Marine Aircraft Wing (MAW); operate the Aerial Port of Embarkation/Debarkation (APOE/D) under the guidance of II Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF); and provide personnel to the Fleet Assistance Program (FAP) in support of legal, postal, exchange, security (military police), personnel administration, freight/passenger transportation (TMO) and bulk fuel support for Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Cherry Point.



Captain Diego Castro
CLC-21 Company Commander

Captain Castro is a native of San Jose, California. He attended Oak Grove High School in San Jose, CA. In 2009, he attended recruit training aboard Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego as a 92-day reservist. After completing recruit training September 18, 2009, Private First Class Castro reported to 4th Landing Support Battalion, Supply Company (-)

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First Lieutenant Connor E. Suess
CLC-21 Executive Officer

First Lieutenant Suess graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Political Science and commissioned into the Marine Corps in May of 2021. He reported to The Basic School in Quantico, Virginia in August of 2021 where he was designated an 0402 Logistics Officer and graduated with Fox Company 6-21 in March of

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First Sergeant Erin M. Fay
CLC-21 Company First Sergeant

First Sergeant Fay is a native of New Jersey.  She graduated from Gateway High School in Kissimmee, Florida in 2007.  She enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and began recruit training in Oscar Company, 4th Recruit Training Battalion, Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina in October 2007.  She was promoted to Private First

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Contact Us

Combat Logistics Company 21
PSC Box 8025
Cherry Point, NC 28533-0025

Duty Phone: (910) 467-3780
Office Phone: (252) 466-6357

S-1: (252) 466-5150
S-2: (252) 466-3384
S-3: (252) 466-4474
S-4: (252) 466-3384
S-6: (252) 466-3384
APOE DUTY: (252) 466-7569

CLC-21 Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program

The Unit, Personal and Family Readiness Program (UPFRP) is a unit centric program, guided by the Family Readiness Command Team that reinforces the relationship between the unit and the services relevant to the unit, the unit members, and their families. The primary goal of UPFRP is to empower Marines and family members, providing them the opportunities to not just survive but to thrive while taking on the challenges of the military lifestyle. The program is supported by Deployment Readiness Coordinators (DRC) or Uniformed Readiness Coordinators (URC) who implement the Commander's family readiness vision, manage the tenets of the UPFRP, and assist unit Marines, Sailors and families maintain a constant state of family readiness.


Marines, spouses, extended family members, and any other contacts authorized by the Marines are supported by the UPFRP. 

  • Communication: Regular communication with the Marines and families is the cornerstone of UPFRP. The DRC/URC provides the link for two-way communication between the Commander and the families, using a variety of mediums, such as Marine Online, email, newsletters, toll-free numbers, and/or social media sites. Marine Online is the primary web-based tool for disseminating unit information.

  • Readiness and Resource Referral: The UPFRP provides assistance to address issues with the potential to impact the Marines, families, and the unit. The DRC/URC is a readiness, resource and referral expert, continuously researching and identifying trainings, resources and services to meet every need.

  • Deployment Support: The UPFRP supports a multitude of training opportunities to assist Marines and their family members with deployments, separations, and life skills. From pre-deployment briefs, to interpersonal communication, to transition assistance, each is designed to empower the participants with skill development and independence.

  • Volunteer Opportunities: The UPFRP provides opportunities for volunteer growth and development which creates stronger unit cohesion. UPFRP volunteers assist with mentoring others spouses/family members, identifying challenges to be addressed by the Command, and assisting with unit events. UPFRP volunteers also have the potential to grow and develop new skill sets through their volunteer services.

  • Increased socialization: Unit sponsored events and unit, installation and community connections are made through the UPFRP.

Marines and Sailors are required to check-in with the DRC/URC when they arrive at a new unit. Once a new unit member has provided accurate contact information and authorization to communicate, the family members will begin receiving communication from the command. Family members are encouraged to meet the DRC/URC to learn more about the unit and the services available. 

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 Sgt Semajai Houston 
Office: (252) 466-3384


Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point