Logistics Command

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Marine Corps Logistics Command is currently the largest tenant organization aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Ga.

Under the command of Maj. Gen. John J. Broadmeadow, LOGCOM provides worldwide, integrated logistics/supply chain and distribution management; maintenance management; and strategic prepositioning capability in support of the operating forces and other supported units to maximize their readiness and sustainability and to support enterprise and program level total life cycle management.

LOGCOM is comprised of four subordinate commands: Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Group, Blount Island Command in Jacksonville, Fla., Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Corps Logistics Command (Forward), which provides direct support to Marine Central Command’s operations in theater.

LOGCOM’s core competencies of supply, maintenance, distribution and prepositioning support are applied from its integrated strategic foundation (people, expertise and reach), resulting in activities that deliver solutions to the Marine Corps. This is what LOGCOM refers to as its “operational value.”

LOGCOM serves as the Marine Corps’ operational logistics solution provider. Along with its global reach and fiscal resources, LOGCOM integrates its core competencies to optimize readiness for the operating forces. LOGCOM’s fundamental reason for existence is embodied in its focus on Marine at home, abroad and deployed.