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Lance Corporal Seminar: Laying the foundation of future leaders
Gunnery Sergeant Ocoro, left, chief instructor, Lance Corporal Seminar, talks to Lance Cpl. Logan Delanoy after completing Lance Corporal Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Albany, Ga., on Aug. 27-30. The purpose of the Seminar was to teach lance corporals how to lead there Marines when they become noncommissioned officers. There classes ranged from ethics and counseling to customs and courtesies.
Lance Corporal Seminar: Laying the foundation of future leaders
Maj. Ryan Fielding, commanding officer, Headquarters Company East, Marine Corps Logistics Command, addresses recent graduates of the Lance Corporal Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 30. The purpose of the Seminar was to teach lance corporals how to lead there Marines when they become noncommissioned officers. There classes ranged from ethics and counseling to customs and courtesies.
Lance Corporal Seminar: Laying the foundation of future leaders
Maj. Ryan Fielding, commanding officer, Headquarters Company East, Marine Corps Logistics Command, addresses recent graduates of the Lance Corporal Seminar aboard Marine Corps Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 30. The purpose of the Seminar was to teach lance corporals how to lead there Marines when they become noncommissioned officers. There classes ranged from ethics and counseling to customs and courtesies.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines participate in circuit course for PT session
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in a circuit course during their morning physical training session at Boyett Park aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Aug. 31.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Chief Warrant Officer 5 Chris Aragon, plan and policy, G-4, Marine Corps Logistics Command, carries two 30-pound ammunition cans during the maneuver-under-fire portion of the Combat Fitness Test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga. The event is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Sgt. Walter Garcia, Marine Corps Logistics Command, throws a simulated grenade, during the maneuver-under-fire portion of the Combat Fitness Test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga. The event is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Sgt. Walter Garcia, Marine Corps Logistics Command, throws a simulated grenade, during the maneuver-under-fire portion of the Combat Fitness Test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga. The event is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Lance Cpl. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, carries two 30-pound ammunition cans during the maneuver-under-fire portion of the Combat Fitness Test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga. The event is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in an annual combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 30. Marines sprinted in a timed 880 yards run, lifted a 30-pound ammunition can overhead from shoulder height repeatedly for two minutes and performed a maneuver-under-fire event, which is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Lance Cpl. Jared Lambert, Light Armored Vehicle mechanic, Marine Corps Logistics Command, high-crawls during an annual combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 30. Marines sprinted in a timed 880 yards run, lifted a 30-pound ammunition can overhead from shoulder height repeatedly for two minutes and performed a maneuver-under-fire event, which is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in an annual combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 30. Marines sprinted in a timed 880 yards run, lifted a 30-pound ammunition can overhead from shoulder height repeatedly for two minutes and performed a maneuver-under-fire event, which is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in an annual combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 30. Marines sprinted in a timed 880 yards run, lifted a 30-pound ammunition can overhead from shoulder height repeatedly for two minutes and performed a maneuver-under-fire event, which is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
LOGCOM Marines conduct CFT
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in an annual combat fitness test aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 30. Marines sprinted in a timed 880 yards run, lifted a 30-pound ammunition can overhead from shoulder height repeatedly for two minutes and performed a maneuver-under-fire event, which is a timed 300-yard shuttle run where Marines are paired up by size and perform a series of combat-related tasks.
ON TARGET
Sgt. Jovanni Montesdeoca, warehouse clerk, Fleet Support Division, Marine Corps Logistics Command, qualifies with a M9 Service Pistol during the Combat Pistol Program 10-18 Detail aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 22.
ON TARGET
Sgt. Jovanni Montesdeoca, warehouse clerk, Fleet Support Division, Marine Corps Logistics Command, covers the shot holes in his target during the Combat Pistol Program 10-18 Detail aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Aug. 22.
Marine retires after 20 years of service to Corps, nation
Staff Sgt. Richard A. Bailey, family readiness officer, Marine Corps Logistics Command, retired after 20 years of dedicated and faithful service to the Marine Corps and nation during a ceremony held at the Town and Country Ballroom, Aug. 10. The retiring official was Chief Warrant Officer 3 Andria Keeler.
Marine retires after 20 years of honorable, faithful service
Gunnery Sgt. Jeff Perez, TAMN lead, E TAMN, Marine Force Storage Command, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal from retired Marine Lt. Col. Brian Spooner, retiring official, during a retirement ceremony held Aug. 1. The ceremony took place at Building 1430 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day"
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day" Luncheon, August 30, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant. Women's Equality Day celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day"
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day" Luncheon, August 30, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant. Women's Equality Day celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day"
Marine Corps Logistics Command hosts “Women's Equality Day" Luncheon, August 30, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant. Women's Equality Day celebrates the anniversary of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the United States' Constitution on August 26, 1920.
Change of Command Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader assumes command of Marine Corps Logistics Command from Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Lt. Gen. Michael Dana, deputy commandant, Installations and Logistics, addresses Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines, civilian-Marines and dignitaries during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, addresses Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines, civilian-Marines and dignitaries during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, addresses Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines, civilian-Marines and dignitaries during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, right, out-going commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, congratulates Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader as he assumes command of LOGCOM during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, left, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and Maj. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, out-going CG, LOGCOM, salute the colors during a change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Members of the Marine Forces Reserve Band perform during Marine Corps Logistics Command’s change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Change of Command Ceremony
Members of the Marine Forces Reserve Band perform during Marine Corps Logistics Command’s change of command ceremony held at Schmidt Field aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., June 14.
Welcome Sergeant Major Michael J. Rowan
Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Command, present arms as they welcome Sergeant Major Michael J. Rowan on March 16, in a Relief and Appointment Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base. Sgt Maj Rowan relieves Sergeant Major Stephanie K. Murphy, (ret) who retired on March 22nd 2018.
Welcome Sergeant Major Michael J. Rowan
Marines and civilian-Marines with Marine Corps Logistics Command, welcome Sergeant Major Michael J. Rowan on March 16, in a Relief and Appointment Ceremony aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base. Sgt Maj Rowan relieves Sergeant Major Stephanie K. Murphy, (ret) who retired on March 22nd 2018.
Women's History Month
Marine Corps Logistics Base hosts “Women's History Month" Luncheon, March 28, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant. Participants entertained the audience with a rendition of “I’m Every Woman.”
Women's History Month
Marine Corps Logistics Bases all-female Marine Color Guard prepare to present the Colors to Marines and civilian-Marines participating in the "Women's History Month" Luncheon, March 28, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant. Pictured are: Sgt. Hope Timberlake, Sgt. Saturnina Rodriguez, Pfc. Jasmine Villagomez and Pfc. Heather Williams.
Women's History Month
Marine Corps Logistics Base hosts “Women's History Month" Luncheon, March 28, 2018, at the base Town and Country Restaurant.
LOGCOM Academy Mission Overview Course
G1 kicks off LOGCOM Academy Mission Overview Course on 11 Dec 17. Mr. Dave Clifton, Executive Deputy, LOGCOM, provided opening remarks at the Officer's Club aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base on 12 March 2018.
Marines with 11th Military Expeditionary Unit visit LOGCOM
Marines with 11th Military Expeditionary Unit visit LOGCOM on 22 February 2018. Hosted by Logistics Services Management Center, LOGCOM, the group met with several Center Directors and toured the Marine Depot Maintenance Command and the Marine Forces Storage Center.
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