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Marine Corps Logistics Command

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** Keeping Faith with our Marines, Sailors and their Families **
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
A Marine and civilian-Marines discuss the capabilities of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, which will take place of the Humvee, during a roadshow in front of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters, April 9.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
Marine Corps Logistics Command civilian-Marines look at the new Joint Light Tactical Vehicle that will take place of the Humvee during a roadshow in front of MARCORLOGCOM Headquarters, April 9.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
A Marine and civilian-Marine discuss the capabilities of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, which will take place of the Humvee, during a roadshow in front of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters, April 9.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
A Marine and civilian-Marines discuss the capabilities of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, which will take place of the Humvee, during a roadshow in front of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters, April 9.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
Marines and civilian-Marines look under the hood at the engine of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle during a roadshow in front of Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters, April 9.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
Marines and civilian-Marines discuss the capabilities of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle, which will take place of the Humvee, during a roadshow in front of MARCORLOGCOM Headquarters, April 9.
LOGCOM welcomes new employees
On May 22, 2019, LOGCOM held a one day hiring event. The hiring event was the first of its kind for LOGCOM. Candidates showed up, were interviewed, and if selected, were hired on the spot. Fourteen new faces have graced the presence of our LOGCOM family. New employees attended orientation on June 24, 2019. Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commanding general, LOGCOM, and Mr. Dave Clifton, executive deputy, LOGCOM, stopped by to welcome our newest family members and also provided words of encouragement on their new journey. The new employees are attending LOGCOM's Mission Overview Course this week to get a feel of what LOGCOM is all about. If you see them out and about, introduce yourself and welcome them aboard.
LOGCOM welcomes new employees
On May 22, 2019, LOGCOM held a one day hiring event. The hiring event was the first of its kind for LOGCOM. Candidates showed up, were interviewed, and if selected, were hired on the spot. Fourteen new faces have graced the presence of our LOGCOM family. New employees attended orientation on June 24, 2019. Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commanding general, LOGCOM, and Mr. Dave Clifton, executive deputy, LOGCOM, stopped by to welcome our newest family members and also provided words of encouragement on their new journey. The new employees are attending LOGCOM's Mission Overview Course this week to get a feel of what LOGCOM is all about. If you see them out and about, introduce yourself and welcome them aboard.
LOGCOM welcomes new employees
On May 22, 2019, LOGCOM held a one day hiring event. The hiring event was the first of its kind for LOGCOM. Candidates showed up, were interviewed, and if selected, were hired on the spot. Fourteen new faces have graced the presence of our LOGCOM family. New employees attended orientation on June 24, 2019. Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commanding general, LOGCOM, and Mr. Dave Clifton, executive deputy, LOGCOM, stopped by to welcome our newest family members and also provided words of encouragement on their new journey. The new employees are attending LOGCOM's Mission Overview Course this week to get a feel of what LOGCOM is all about. If you see them out and about, introduce yourself and welcome them aboard.
LOGCOM welcomes new employees
On May 22, 2019, LOGCOM held a one day hiring event. The hiring event was the first of its kind for LOGCOM. Candidates showed up, were interviewed, and if selected, were hired on the spot. Fourteen new faces have graced the presence of our LOGCOM family. New employees attended orientation on June 24, 2019. Maj. Gen. Joseph Shrader, commanding general, LOGCOM, and Mr. Dave Clifton, executive deputy, LOGCOM, stopped by to welcome our newest family members and also provided words of encouragement on their new journey. The new employees are attending LOGCOM's Mission Overview Course this week to get a feel of what LOGCOM is all about. If you see them out and about, introduce yourself and welcome them aboard.
Morning Colors
Marine Corps Logistics Command Marines participate in Morning Colors, which is the traditional flag raising ceremony that occurs every morning at 8 a.m.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to The Marine Corps
Maj. Travis S. Bowser, right, operations officer, Physical Inventory Control Division, G4, MARCORLOGCOM, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Maj.Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, during a ceremony held at Base Theatre aboard MARCORLOGBASES Albany, GA., May 30. Bowser served 24 years in the Marine Corps.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to The Marine Corps
Maj. Travis S. Bowser, right, operations officer, Physical Inventory Control Division, G4, MARCORLOGCOM, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Maj.Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, during a ceremony held at Base Theatre aboard MARCORLOGBASES Albany, GA., May 30. Bowser served 24 years in the Marine Corps.
Major Anderson receives the Meritorious Service Medal
Maj. Will H. Anderson, right, deputy director, Supply Integration Division, Logistics Services Management Center, MARCORLOGCOM, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Maj.Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, during a ceremony held at Covella Pond aboard MARCORLOGBASES Albany, GA., May 31. Anderson served over 30 years in the Marine Corps.
Major Anderson receives the Meritorious Service Medal
Maj. Will H. Anderson, right, deputy director, Supply Integration Division, Logistics Services Management Center, MARCORLOGCOM, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Maj.Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, during a ceremony held at Covella Pond aboard MARCORLOGBASES Albany, GA., May 31. Anderson served over 30 years in the Marine Corps.
Major Staton receives Meritorious Service Medal
Major Willis R. Staton, Adjutant, MARCORLOGCOM, receives Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding meritorious service in the execution of his duties while serving as administrative officer and operations officer, military personal services branch, marine and family programs division, headquarters Marine Corps from May 9, 2015 to June 28, 2018. Congratulations Major Staton!
Major Staton receives Meritorious Service Medal
Major Willis R. Staton, Adjutant, MARCORLOGCOM, receives Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding meritorious service in the execution of his duties while serving as administrative officer and operations officer, military personal services branch, marine and family programs division, headquarters Marine Corps from May 9, 2015 to June 28, 2018. Congratulations Major Staton!
Colonel Charles M. Long receives Legion of Merit medal
Colonel Charles M. Long, director, Weapons Systems Management Center, MARCORLOGCOM, receives Legion of Merit medal. Major General Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM presented Colonel Long with his medal in a ceremony held May 29. The medal was awarded for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services from August 2016 to May 2019.
Colonel Charles M. Long receives Legion of Merit medal
Colonel Charles M. Long, director, Weapons Systems Management Center, MARCORLOGCOM, receives Legion of Merit medal. Major General Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM presented Colonel Long with his medal in a ceremony held May 29. The medal was awarded for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services from August 2016 to May 2019.
MARCORLOGCOM conducts first Mission Overview Course for spouses
Several spouses of Marines and civilian-Marines participate in Marine Corps Logistics Command's first Mission Overview Course for Spouses at the Town and Country Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 1. The course consisted of a command brief, team building activity and tours of Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Force Storage Command.
MARCORLOGCOM conducts first Mission Overview Course for spouses
Several spouses participate in Marine Corps Logistics Command's first Mission Overview Course for Spouses at the Town and Country Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 1. The course consisted of a command brief, team building activity and tours of Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Force Storage Command.
MARCORLOGCOM conducts first Mission Overview Course for spouses
Several spouses participate in Marine Corps Logistics Command's first Mission Overview Course for Spouses at the Town and Country Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 1. The course consisted of a command brief, team building activity and tours of Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Force Storage Command.
MARCORLOGCOM conducts first Mission Overview Course for spouses
Several spouses participate in Marine Corps Logistics Command's first Mission Overview Course for Spouses at the Town and Country Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, May 1. The course consisted of a command brief, team building activity and tours of Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Force Storage Command.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Rod Bearman, communications specialist, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, briefs Marines on the Civil War before touring the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville, Ga., recently.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Ryan O'Connell, seasonal park guide, Andersonville National Historic Site, explains to Marines the hardships prisoners of war endured at Camp Sumter, commonly known as the Andersonville Prison, during a recent tour.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Ryan O'Connell, seasonal park guide, Andersonville National Historic Site, explains to Marines the hardships prisoners of war endured at Camp Sumter, commonly known as the Andersonville Prison, during a recent tour.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
A Marine holds a photograph of prisoners of war at Camp Sumter, commonly known as the Andersonville Prison, during a recent tour.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Ryan O'Connell, seasonal park guide, Andersonville National Historic Site, explains to Marines the living conditions prisoners of war endured at Camp Sumter, commonly known as the Andersonville Prison, during a recent tour.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
A Marine reads a monument plaque during a recent tour of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville, Ga., recently.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
A Marine watches videos during a recent tour of the National Prisoner of War Museum in in Andersonville, Ga., recently.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
A Marine looks at old photos during a recent tour of the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, Ga.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Marines listen to Army Maj. Glenn Anderson, commander of the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape School, as he discusses survival techniques and how to evade being captured by the enemy during a recent tour of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville, Ga.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Marines listen to retired Army Maj. Nick Riviezzo as he recounts his prisoner of war experience and the methods he used to escape during his last tour of duty in Vietnam.
PME: MARCORLOGCOM conducts staff ride of Andersonville National Historic Site
Army Maj. Nick Riviezzo, right, former prisoner of war, receives a coin from Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, after he discussed his POW experience in Vietnam during a recent tour of the Andersonville National Historic Site in Andersonville, Ga.
MARCORLOGCOM civilian-Marine earns prestigious Logistician of the Year Award
Harold W. Melching, branch head, Materiel Management Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Command, receives 2018 Marine Corps Civilian Logistician of the Year Award citation from Lieutenant General Charles G. Chiarotti, deputy commandant for Installation and Logistics, during a ceremony held at the Pentagon, March 28.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to Corps, nation
Maj. Jason J. Gates, right, s operations officer, Marine Force Storage Command, receives the Meritorious Service Medal from Lt. Col. Timothy B. Egan, director, Fleet Storage Division-Albany, MFSC, during a ceremony held at the Building 1430 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 19. Gates served 22 years in the Marine Corps.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to Corps, nation
Maj. Jason J. Gates, right, operations officer, Marine Force Storage Command, receives an American flag from Lt. Col. Timothy B. Egan, director, Fleet Storage Division-Albany, MFSC, during a ceremony held at the Building 1430 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 19. Gates retired after 22 years of honorable service in the Marine Corps.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to Corps, nation
Maj. Jason J. Gates, operations officer, Marine Force Storage Command, addresses family members, Marines and civilian-Marines during a ceremony held at the Building 1430 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 19. Gates retired after 22 years of honorable service in the Marine Corps.
Marine retires with more than two decades of service to Corps, nation
Maj. Jason J. Gates, operations officer, Marine Force Storage Command, addresses family members, Marines and civilian-Marines during a ceremony held at the Building 1430 aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 19. Gates retired after 22 years of honorable service in the Marine Corps.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Col. Kipp Wahlgren, center, commanding officer, and 1stSgt. Kevin Davis, right, senior enlisted advisor, both with Marine Force Storage Command, uncase the unit colors during MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Marine Corps Logistics Command’s Color Guard presents the colors during Marine Force Storage Command’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, addresses attendees observing MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, congratulates Col. Kipp Wahlgren, commanding officer, Marine Force Storage Command, on his new assignment during MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Col. Kipp Wahlgren, commanding officer, Marine Force Storage Command, addresses the crowd during MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Col. Kipp Wahlgren, commanding officer, Marine Force Storage Command, addresses attendees observing MFSC’s activation ceremony held aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., April 11.
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Roadshow
Andrew Rodgers, program manager, Light Tactical Vehicles, discusses the latest developments of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle Program with attendees during a briefing held in the Marine Corps Logistics Command Multipurpose Room, April 9.
MARCORLOGCOM civilian-Marine earns prestigious Logistician of the Year Award
Harold W. Melching, center, branch head, Materiel Management Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Command, poses for a photo holding the 2018 Marine Corps Civilian Logistician of the Year Award he was awarded at the annual Marine Corps Association and Foundation Logistics Excellence Awards Dinner, March 28.
MARCORLOGCOM civilian-Marine earns prestigious Logistician of the Year Award
Harold W. Melching, center, branch head, Materiel Management Branch, Marine Corps Logistics Command, poses for a photo holding the 2018 Marine Corps Civilian Logistician of the Year Award he was awarded at the annual Marine Corps Association and Foundation Logistics Excellence Awards Dinner, March 28.
Promotion Ceremony
Cpl. Bo Haymaker, Marine air ground task force plans clerk, Enterprise Distribution Division, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, was promoted to his current rank during a ceremony held at Building 3700, April 1.
Promotion Ceremony
Cpl. Bo Haymaker, Marine air ground task force plans clerk, Enterprise Distribution Division, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, was promoted to his current rank during a ceremony held at Building 3700, April 1.
Promotion Ceremony
Cpl. Bo Haymaker, Marine air ground task force plans clerk, Enterprise Distribution Division, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, was promoted to his current rank during a ceremony held at Building 3700, April 1.
Retirement Ceremony
Marine retires after 22 years of service to Corps, nation CWO3 Geoffrey A. Collver, financial management resource officer, G8, Marine Corps Logistics Command, retired after serving 22 years in the Marine Corps during a ceremony held in Building 3700, April 2.
Retirement Ceremony
Marine retires after 22 years of service to Corps, nation CWO3 Geoffrey A. Collver, financial management resource officer, G8, Marine Corps Logistics Command, retired after serving 22 years in the Marine Corps during a ceremony held in Building 3700, April 2.
Retirement Ceremony
Marine retires after 22 years of service to Corps, nation CWO3 Geoffrey A. Collver, financial management resource officer, G8, Marine Corps Logistics Command, retired after serving 22 years in the Marine Corps during a ceremony held in Building 3700, April 2.
MUC Ceremony
Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, attaches the Meritorious Unit Commendation with bronze star in lieu of fourth award to the organizational colors during a ceremony held at Covella Pond aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 21.
MUC Ceremony
In most cases, the wind is not a friend of a flag bearer. However, Marine Corps Logistics Command’s Color Guard stood at attention as the wind whipped the Marine Corps Colors and battle streamers in the air during a ceremony held at Covella Pond aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 21. Simultaneously, as the organizational colors were being lowered, MARCORLOGCOM’s Sgt. Maj. , held the flag so it didn’t touch the ground while Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, stepped forward and attached the Meritorious Unit Commendation streamer with bronze star in lieu of second award for services in Iraq from 2009 to 2010 Marine Corps units display their lineage and show others what campaigns, operations and battles they have participated in by adding. Battle streamers a top of Marine Corps Logistics Command’s organizational colors waved in the wind .
MUC Ceremony
In most cases, the wind is not a friend of a flag bearer. However, Marine Corps Logistics Command’s Color Guard stood at attention as the wind whipped the Marine Corps Colors and battle streamers in the air during a ceremony held at Covella Pond aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, March 21. Simultaneously, as the organizational colors were being lowered, MARCORLOGCOM’s Sgt. Maj. , held the flag so it didn’t touch the ground while Brig. Gen. Joseph F. Shrader, commanding general, MARCORLOGCOM, stepped forward and attached the Meritorious Unit Commendation streamer with bronze star in lieu of second award for services in Iraq from 2009 to 2010 Marine Corps units display their lineage and show others what campaigns, operations and battles they have participated in by adding. Battle streamers a top of Marine Corps Logistics Command’s organizational colors waved in the wind .
MARCORLOGCOM begins migration to Navy ERP
Maj. Matthew Phelps, center, Navy Enterprise Resource Planning migration program director, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, engages members of the Department of the Navy Office of Financial Policy and Systems during the Navy ERP business blueprint workshop aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Feb. 22.
MARCORLOGCOM begins migration to Navy ERP
Attendees to the Navy Enterprise Resource Planning business blueprint workshop listen and prepare notes aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Feb., 22.
MARCORLOGCOM begins migration to Navy ERP
Maj. Matthew Phelps, standing, Navy Enterprise Resource Planning migration program director, G3/5, Marine Corps Logistics Command, leads a discussion during the Navy ERP business blueprint workshop aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Ga., Feb., 22.
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