Marine Corps Logistics Command

 

Marine Corps Logistics Command

Logistics Solutions for the Warfighter

** Keeping Faith with our Marines, Sailors and their Families **
Leaders

Major General Craig C. Crenshaw
Commanding General, Marine Corps Logistics Command
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Michael A. Williamson
Executive Deputy, Marine Corps Logistics Command (Acting)
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Stephanie K. Murphy
Sergeant Major, Marine Corps Logistics Command
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Members of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters attend the annual 101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down on 24 May 2016, hosted by Installations, Environmental and Safety Office, LOGCOM.  Each year, LOGCOM employees are reminded how easily accidents can happen if you are not fully aware of what you are doing. With all the fun summer activities, safety awareness can keep you and your family safe.
101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down
Members of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters attend the annual 101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down on 24 May 2016, hosted by Installations, Environmental and Safety Office, LOGCOM. Each year, LOGCOM employees are reminded how easily accidents can happen if you are not fully aware of what you are doing. With all the fun summer activities, safety awareness can keep you and your family safe.
Members of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters attend the annual 101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down on 24 May 2016, hosted by Installations, Environmental and Safety Office, LOGCOM.  Each year, LOGCOM employees are reminded how easily accidents can happen if you are not fully aware of what you are doing. With all the fun summer activities, safety awareness can keep you and your family safe.
101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down
Members of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters attend the annual 101 Critical Days of Summer Stand-Down on 24 May 2016, hosted by Installations, Environmental and Safety Office, LOGCOM. Each year, LOGCOM employees are reminded how easily accidents can happen if you are not fully aware of what you are doing. With all the fun summer activities, safety awareness can keep you and your family safe.
Marine Corps Logistics Command employees graduate from the LOGCOM Academy Mission Overview Course held at Albany Technical College, Albany, GA on 28 April 2016.  In attendance were Dr. Anthony Parker, President, Albany Technical College, Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM and Mr. Michael Williamson, Executive Deputy (acting), LOGCOM.
LOGCOM Academy Mission Overview Course held at Albany Technical College
Marine Corps Logistics Command employees graduate from the LOGCOM Academy Mission Overview Course held at Albany Technical College, Albany, GA on 28 April 2016. In attendance were Dr. Anthony Parker, President, Albany Technical College, Major General Craig C. Crenshaw, Commanding General, LOGCOM and Mr. Michael Williamson, Executive Deputy (acting), LOGCOM.
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day
Logistics Services Management Center hosts LOGCOM's 4th Annual Key Wholesale Supplier Day on 26 and 27 April 2016. This year's theme is "Partnering for Success." The visit included briefs and tours by Executives and mid-level managers from MARCORLOGCOM. Suppliers gained a better understanding of logistics operations and a received a firsthand view of the support provided to individual Marines on a daily basis.
HQMC I&L representatives along with LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest. The workshop took place at The Albany Welcome Center, Albany GA, 10 – 12 May, 2016, and was held to set the competency and training strategy for the Marine Corps.
LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest
HQMC I&L representatives along with LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest. The workshop took place at The Albany Welcome Center, Albany GA, 10 – 12 May, 2016, and was held to set the competency and training strategy for the Marine Corps.
LOGCOM employees attend “The Totally Responsible Person” workshop on 11 May 2016, held at Chehaw Park, Albany, GA. The workshop prepared individuals to deal with personal and collective problems in a unique way. Leadership Albany sponsored the event.
Totally Responsible Person Workshop
LOGCOM employees attend “The Totally Responsible Person” workshop on 11 May 2016, held at Chehaw Park, Albany, GA. The workshop prepared individuals to deal with personal and collective problems in a unique way. Leadership Albany sponsored the event.
LOGCOM employees attend “The Totally Responsible Person” workshop on 11 May 2016, held at Chehaw Park, Albany, GA. The workshop prepared individuals to deal with personal and collective problems in a unique way. Leadership Albany sponsored the event.
Totally Responsible Person Workshop
LOGCOM employees attend “The Totally Responsible Person” workshop on 11 May 2016, held at Chehaw Park, Albany, GA. The workshop prepared individuals to deal with personal and collective problems in a unique way. Leadership Albany sponsored the event.
HQMC I&L representatives along with LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest. The workshop took place at The Albany Welcome Center, Albany GA, 10 May, 2016, and was held to set the competency and training strategy for the Marine Corps.
LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest
HQMC I&L representatives along with LOGCOM employees participated in a 2010 Career Roadmap Development Working Group that focused on the Logistics Community of Interest. The workshop took place at The Albany Welcome Center, Albany GA, 10 May, 2016, and was held to set the competency and training strategy for the Marine Corps.
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs.  He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment.  He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive.   LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana Conducts Town Hall
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs. He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment. He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive. LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs.  He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment.  He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive.   LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana Conducts Town Hall
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs. He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment. He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive. LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs.  He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment.  He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive.   LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana Conducts Town Hall
During a recent visit to the Marine Corps Logistics Command, Albany, Lieutenant General (LtGen) Michael G. Dana, Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics conducted a Town Hall event on May 11, 2016 for Marine Corps Logistics Command, Deputies, Branch Heads, Officers and Senior SNCOs. He focused on three specific areas that face Marine Corps Logistics, priorities, theme, and the future operating environment. He stressed Total Asset Visibility, Enhanced Storage Capability and 21st Century Depot needed to manage the fiscal shortages facing the Marine Corps now and in the future commended LOGCOM’s outstanding efforts as the leader in Marine Corps Logistics, emphasizing continual focus on being more efficiency and effectiveness to remain competitive. LtGen Dana concluded with, in order to meet the challenges ahead, we must encourage our young workforce to think innovatively and embrace an emergent technology.
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