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Marine Corps Logistics Command

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Major General Craig C. Crenshaw
Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command
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Michael T. Madden
Executive Deputy, Marine Corps Logistics Command
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Stephanie K. Murphy
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Logistics Command
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Marine Depot Maintenance Command, Marine Corps Logistics Command receives the Robert T. Mason award during the 2015 DoD Maintenance Symposium held on 08 December, 2015, in Phoenix Arizona.  Colonel Jeffrey Hooks, MDMC Commander, Mr. Trent Blalock, MDMC Deputy Commander, Mr. Rick Pavlik, TMDE Director, and Mr. John Distefano, AFGE 2317 President, accepted the award on stage for MDMC. The award was presented by General Dennis Via, Commanding General, Army Material Command.  The MDMC team was flanked on stage by Lieutenant General Michael Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics, and Major General Craig Crenshaw, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command.
MDMC receives the Robert T. Mason award during the 2015 DoD Maintenance Symposium held on 08 December, 2015, in Phoenix Arizona
Marine Depot Maintenance Command, Marine Corps Logistics Command receives the Robert T. Mason award during the 2015 DoD Maintenance Symposium held on 08 December, 2015, in Phoenix Arizona. Colonel Jeffrey Hooks, MDMC Commander, Mr. Trent Blalock, MDMC Deputy Commander, Mr. Rick Pavlik, TMDE Director, and Mr. John Distefano, AFGE 2317 President, accepted the award on stage for MDMC. The award was presented by General Dennis Via, Commanding General, Army Material Command. The MDMC team was flanked on stage by Lieutenant General Michael Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics, and Major General Craig Crenshaw, Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command.
Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM, retires Master Gunnery Sergeant Paz T. Platt, after serving thirty two plus years in the United States Marine Corps. The ceremony was held on 03 December, 2015, at the Officer’s Club aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Master Gunnery Sergeant Paz T. Platt Retires
Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM, retires Master Gunnery Sergeant Paz T. Platt, after serving thirty two plus years in the United States Marine Corps. The ceremony was held on 03 December, 2015, at the Officer’s Club aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM, along with Sergeant Major Stephanie K. Murphy, SGTMAJ, LOGCOM, stands with Marines of Detachment 2, Supply Co, CLB-453 to thank them for their efforts in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve "Toys for Tots" program. LOGCOM wrapped up another successful year of collecting new, unwrapped toys for less fortunate children in the local community and surrounding counties.
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve "Toys for Tots" program
Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM, along with Sergeant Major Stephanie K. Murphy, SGTMAJ, LOGCOM, stands with Marines of Detachment 2, Supply Co, CLB-453 to thank them for their efforts in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve "Toys for Tots" program. LOGCOM wrapped up another successful year of collecting new, unwrapped toys for less fortunate children in the local community and surrounding counties.
The quarterly LAV Program Management Review was hosted by MARCORLOGCOM from 02 - 04 December. In attendance was Colonel Mark Brinkman, Program Manager, LAVs along with Mr. John Myers, Deputy Program Manager LAVs.
Quarterly LAV Program Management Review
The quarterly LAV Program Management Review was hosted by MARCORLOGCOM from 02 - 04 December. In attendance was Colonel Mark Brinkman, Program Manager, LAVs along with Mr. John Myers, Deputy Program Manager LAVs.
Mr. Keith Gooding, Program Manager and Mr. Mark Smith, Product Support Manager for Towed Artillery Systems (TAS), Marine Corps Systems Command, visited MARCORLOGCOM on 01 December 2015. Weapon Systems Management Center hosted the visit which also included a tour of Marine Depot Maintenance Command, Production Plant Albany.
Weapon Systems Management Center hosts visit
Mr. Keith Gooding, Program Manager and Mr. Mark Smith, Product Support Manager for Towed Artillery Systems (TAS), Marine Corps Systems Command, visited MARCORLOGCOM on 01 December 2015. Weapon Systems Management Center hosted the visit which also included a tour of Marine Depot Maintenance Command, Production Plant Albany.
Several Marines recently performed temporary duty with the Program and Resources Department, Transportation Voucher and Certification Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Command.  Their combined efforts resulted in processing over 3,000 Marine household goods moves claim reimbursements totaling more than 5.6 million dollars to Marines and their families.

From left to right, CWO2 Geoffrey Collver reads a Letter of Appreciation to Sgt Aaron J. Scott, MCRD Paris Island, Beaufort, SC; Sgt Courtland T. Williams, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, Okinawa, JP;  
Cpl Austin C. Ackel, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Lejeune, NC; LCpl Timothy J. Soushekstevenson, MCRD Paris Island, Beaufort, SC;   and LCpl Jacob K. Haddad, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Lejeune, NC.
Marines reduce backlog in claims for reimbursements
Several Marines recently performed temporary duty with the Program and Resources Department, Transportation Voucher and Certification Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Command. Their combined efforts resulted in processing over 3,000 Marine household goods moves claim reimbursements totaling more than 5.6 million dollars to Marines and their families. From left to right, CWO2 Geoffrey Collver reads a Letter of Appreciation to Sgt Aaron J. Scott, MCRD Paris Island, Beaufort, SC; Sgt Courtland T. Williams, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, Okinawa, JP; Cpl Austin C. Ackel, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Lejeune, NC; LCpl Timothy J. Soushekstevenson, MCRD Paris Island, Beaufort, SC; and LCpl Jacob K. Haddad, 2nd Marine Logistics Group, Camp Lejeune, NC.
Blount Island Command and Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island was awarded Voluntary Protection Program Star status in a ceremony held at Blount Island Command on 16 October, 2015.  Occupational Safety and Health Administration representatives along with Maj. Gen. Charles Hudson, commanding general, Marine Corps Installations Command, attended the ceremony, which designated Blount Island Command as the first operational command to achieve Star status and Marine Corps Support Facility as the third Star site within the Marine Corps.
Blount Island Command awarded Voluntary Protection Program Star status
Blount Island Command and Marine Corps Support Facility Blount Island was awarded Voluntary Protection Program Star status in a ceremony held at Blount Island Command on 16 October, 2015. Occupational Safety and Health Administration representatives along with Maj. Gen. Charles Hudson, commanding general, Marine Corps Installations Command, attended the ceremony, which designated Blount Island Command as the first operational command to achieve Star status and Marine Corps Support Facility as the third Star site within the Marine Corps.
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