Marine Corps Logistics Command
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS COMMAND
Marine Corps Logistics Command is the largest tenant organization aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, Georgia.
Under the command of Brig. Gen. Joseph Shrader, MARCORLOGCOM provides globally responsive ground equipment inventory control and integrated operational-level logistics capabilities to maximize Marine Corps materiel readiness and sustainment.
Established May 8, 2003, MARCORLOGCOM supports the operating forces, supporting establishment and the acquisition community by providing value-added integrated logistics solutions. MARCORLOGCOM consists of a Headquarters Group and three subordinate commands: Blount Island Command, Marine Depot Maintenance Command and Marine Force Storage Command.
Marine Corps Logistics Command has seven essential tasks focused on providing operational-level logistics support to Marine forces, life cycle logistics support to program managers and materiel management/inventory control of Marine Corps ground equipment. These tasks are (1) enterprise depot-level maintenance, (2) prepositioning and war reserve, (3) ground equipment inventory management, (4) distribution, (5) storage, (6) weapon system life cycle support, and (7) operational-level logistics. MARCORLOGCOM’s primary focus is to provide maximum equipment readiness to go to war, sustain military operations through mission accomplishment, and support redeployment/retrograde operations.
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS COMMAND HEADQUARTERS GROUP
Marine Corps Logistics Command Headquarters Group is MARCORLOGCOM’s command structure that ensures adherence to the Marine Corps’ professional standards and training requirements; maintains good order and discipline; and provides for the health, welfare and safety of all Marines assigned to the command. Under the leadership of a commander and senior enlisted advisor, the group is the formal chain of command for Headquarters Company East in Albany, Georgia and Headquarters Company West in Barstow, California.