To direct MARCORLOGCOM’s operations, deliberate planning, future plans, and strategic management in order to provide required service and operational-level logistics capabilities maximizing Marine Corps readiness and sustainability.
1. Represents MARCORLOGCOM at higher and adjacent headquarters, departments, agencies, and other logistics partners within the NCR in order to coordinate and promote cooperation to ensure mutual understanding and unity of purpose.
2. Provides deliberate planning, exercise planning, war reserve planning, continuity of operations plan management, and naval logistics integration coordination in support of MARCORLOGCOM’s future mission and tasks in order to provide required operational-level logistics capabilities to the operating forces.
3. Provides command integrated and coordinated information management, internal command tasker management, special analysis, and testimony and Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) coordination in support of MARCORLOGCOM operations in order to articulate command communication or collaborate with higher and adjacent commands.
4. Monitors, assesses, and communicates the requirements of the Marine Forces to MARCORLOGCOM and coordinates responsive and effective integrated operational-level logistics solutions in support of the Marine Expeditionary Forces and Marine Forces Reserve in order to maximize their readiness and sustainability.
5. Maintains the Command battle rhythm, operates the command operations center, monitors current Marine Corps operational-level logistics requirements, and facilitates and directs execution of operational-level supply, maintenance, distribution, and prepositioning operations in support of MARCORLOGCOM’s current mission and tasks in order to provide required operational-level logistics capabilities to the operating forces.
6. Provides long-range future planning, requirements integration, and management of strategies, goals, objectives, and initiatives in support of future vision and intent, higher headquarters’ strategic direction and guidance, and new doctrine, policies, processes, and procedures in order to anticipate logistics trends, incorporate best practices and emerging concepts of operation, and prepare the command for future capability and competency requirements.