Marine Corps Logistics Command
Our Mission: Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) provides globally responsive ground equipment inventory control and integrated operational-level logistics capabilities in order to maximize Marine Corps materiel readiness and sustainment.
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Trent Blalock, right, former Deputy Commander, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, receives a Commendation for Superior Civilian Service Award from Col. Wilfred Rivera, Commander, MDMC, during his retirement ceremony held at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Dec. 18, 2020. Blalock retired after 31 years of Federal Service. USMC Photo by Michael Ugarte. Click photo to access full article.
Colonel Wilfred Rivera, Commander, Marine Depot Maintenance Command (MDMC), discusses the Depot’s “MODERNIZATION IN SUPPORT OF FORCE DESIGN” in the October 2020 issue of Armor & Mobility Magazine. Speaking to the evolution of and changes within the Depot, Rivera states, “MDMC is at a fork in the road where we are challenging the norms and embracing innovation while seeking increased agility, pivot speed, and by taking bold moves that propel us toward the future.” Click slide to read Col. Rivera’s complete interview and view full Oct issue of the A&M Magazine
CAMP KINSER, Japan (Oct. 15, 2020) Jeremy Gray, a maintainer with Marine Depot Maintenance Command (MDMC) Calibration Contract Team (CCT), demonstrates proper machine calibration as part of a virtual instruction video program for Marines with 3rd Maintenance Battalion, 3rd Marine Logistics Group (MLG) at Camp Kinser, Okinawa, Japan, Oct. 15, 2020. CCT contractors, a deployable capability of MDMC, are responsible for maintaining calibration and functionality of Marine Corps equipment and machinery in support of the Fleet Marine Force. 3rd MLG, based out of Okinawa, Japan, is a forward deployed combat unit that serves as III Marine Expeditionary Force's comprehensive logistics and combat service support backbone for operations throughout the Indo-Pacific area of responsibility. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Alpha Hernandez)
The Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (OUSD (R&E)) selected Marine Corps Logistics Base (MCLB) Albany, Georgia, to be one of five Tranche 1 sites for the Department of Defense’s 5G to Next G Initiative.
The most recent historic vehicle restoration project undertaken by Production Plant Albany was a World War II era truck that was brought back to its former glory largely with the help of visual aids and 3-D printing.
Sentinel Surveillance Testing (SST) is designed to break the chain of disease transmission by identifying those individuals who are asymptomatic carriers. As part of the COVID-19 pandemic response plan the Marine Corps has instituted SST and the Naval Branch Health Clinic aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is postured to meet the requirement and has begun testing. This LOGCOM Look explains SST and what you can expect if you are selected for participation.
Contractors put final touches on Production Plant Barstow's new structure on the Yermo Annex aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Barstow, Calif., July 24.
According to MARADMIN 218/20, cloth face coverings shall be worn by all individuals on Marine Corps property, installations, and facilities when they cannot maintain six feet of social distance. The order also states that cloth face covers shall NOT be substituted with surgical masks or N-95 respirators. In response to this guidance, LOGCOM has acquired and issued cloth face coverings to all LOGCOM personnel. If you have not received one or are unware of this requirement, please contact your supervisor. The CDC explains that COVID-19 mainly spreads from person-to-person through respiratory droplets produced when an infected person coughs, sneezes, talks, or raises their voice. Wearing a cloth face cover in public settings can reduce the spread of COVID-19 when six feet social distancing measures are hard to maintain.
This video reminds the workforce of Marine Corps Logistics Command of the importance that self-care has to well-being during difficult times and offers a few tips on how to maintain balance.
Marine Corps Logistics Command is currently working to harness emerging 5G technologies at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia. These technologies, which aim to increase the efficiency and safety of warehouse operations, currently consist of optical character recognition, autonomous inventory, voice to text data collection, robot enabled inventory, and blockchain powered analytics. In October 2019, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany was selected by the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense as one location in the first round of bases to host the Department of Defense’s 5G testing and experimentation. MCLB Albany’s current 5G prototype efforts are a critical enabler to advanced and innovative warehousing capabilities.
Master Sergeant Jason W. Thomas, ordnance specialist and small arms repair technician, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, receives the Meritorious Service Medal during a ceremony at MDMC on Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia, June 25. He was awarded the medal for his hard work from August 2018 to April 2020. His efforts resulted in the fulfillment of thousands of weapons through corrective maintenance and inspections and more than $12M in savings.

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