Marine Logistics Command


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Marine Logistics Command

The US Marines may employ the concept of the Marine Logistics Command (MLC) in major regional contingencies to provide operational logistic support, which will include arrival and assembly operations. The combat service support operations center will be the MLC's primary combat service support coordination center for units undergoing arrival and assembly. Also called MLC. See also combat service support operations center.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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In fact, the Marine Corps created the Marine Logistics Command to control all Marine logistics operations in the Iraqi AOR, mainly the offloading and movement of combat equipment from cargo ships to their units in the field.
The Marines went straight to the air and seaports to redirect cargo to the Marine Logistics Command at Camp Fox, their version of the TDC.
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