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Marine Corps Logistics Command

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MDMC General Information

The Marine Corps Logistics Command (MARCORLOGCOM) at Albany, Georgia, comprise a depot maintenance complex that provides worldwide expeditionary logistics support to the Fleet Marine Force (FMF), other forces, and agencies.

The repair facility operates as a multi-commodity Marine Depot Maintenance Center. The Marine Depot Maintenance Command (MDMC) is an integral part of the Marine Corps Logistics Base, and works closely with the other organizations in carrying out the mission of the base, which is to provide logistics support to Marine Forces that will maintain continuous readiness and sustainment necessary to meet operational requirements.

The MDMC is capable of supporting Marine Corps ground combat and combat support equipment as well as other customers with similar needs. Personnel are cross-trained to apply common skills to work on a variety of equipment in different commodities. This affords the MDMC the flexibility to rapidly realign their work force to meet the changing requirements of the FMF and other customers. It should be noted that while the MCs' capacity for each major commodity is highly flexible, their total capacity is relatively constant.


Established on 1 February 1954 as the Repair Branch, Marine Corps Supply Center, Albany, Georgia.
Production began on 1 October 1954.
1 July 1956 the branch was renamed the Repair Division.
In July 1968 the Division became an Industrial Fund Activity operating under private sector principles and practices.
Now referred to as the MDMC.


Located in Albany (Dougherty County), Georgia.
176 miles south of Atlanta, Georgia.
200 miles northwest of Jacksonville, Florida and the Blount Island Command.
Climate permits work to be performed outside most of the year averaging 85 to 95

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The MDMC consists of 69 buildings covering 1,052,106 SF. The main building is 362,000 SF with one 75-ton crane, two 30-ton overhead cranes and two 35-ton cranes. Replacement cost of buildings, equipment and hardstand would be approximately $1.7B.

Work Force/Payroll:

Current work force of 2070 civilians and 10 Marines. Annual payroll of approximately 119M civilian and $409K military.

Transportation Access:

The depot is accessible via US Highways 19 and 82, and Georgia Highways 3, 50, 62, 91, 133, 234, and 300.
Interstate 75 is located 42 miles to the east.
41 common carriers, 15 with terminals or agencies, 19 with interstate service, and 22 with intrastate service provides motor freight services.
Norfolk Southern, Atlantic and Gulf, Georgia Great Southern Railway companies provide rail service.
Bus and air services are provided by Greyhound-Trailways bus system, Delta Connection-Atlantic Southeast Airlines and United Parcel Service.
Barge facilities are located 57 miles southeast at Bainbridge, Georgia.

Environmental Constraints:

The MDMC has a very active environmental staff that consists of five environmental protection specialists, four hazardous material handlers, one hazardous material tool and parts attendant and one general laborer. In addition each cost work center has a Hazardous
Materials/Hazardous Waste representative assigned to manage the daily generation of waste and use of materials. A base environmental office fully staffed with complete multimedia accountability complements the staff of the Marine Depot Maintenance Center.

Every year complete refresher training is provided to the environmental staff as well as the individual cost work center representatives. In addition awareness training is provided to all industrial employees within the MDMC who have the opportunity to cause the Command to become out of compliance.

The MDMC maintains a pretreatment industrial waste water treatment plant, and recovers/recycles used fuels, oils, and antifreeze.

All industrial effluent from the MDMC is discharged to the City of Albany municipal wastewater treatment works and the city maintains surveillance of the parameters of the wastewater discharge permit. The MCLB has good relations with local, state, and federal environmental agencies.