Modes and Duration:
Onsite - 1 Week 0.0 Days
Distributed Learning - 1 Week 0.0 Days
This course provides a general overview of the management and operational aspects of the DOD strategic supply and distribution systems. The curriculum emphasizes the major distribution center functions of receipt, storage, issue, transportation, and control of materiel. The relationship of these functions to other logistical functions is considered for application to, and association with, the integrated strategic logistics system.
This course is releasable to students from all requesting foreign countries without restrictions.
This course is supportive of the career development for the following military and civilian specialty series: OFFICERS. MOS - 67K, 15D, 74C, 92, 88, 91, 31D; SKILL - 7Z, 3U. WARRANT OFFICERS. 920. ENLISTED. 92, 88N, 95D.
CIVILIANS. 301, 346, 2000 series, 2100 series, 7000 series, 6900 series, and interns regardless of career field who are assigned to depots.
Personnel should presently be in, or on orders to, a position requiring knowledge of strategic supply and distribution management. Other personnel will be considered on a waiver basis.
WAIVERS. Waivers will be considered on an individual basis. Requests for waivers require endorsement by the nominee's appropriate commander and approval by the U.S. Army Logistics University (ALU).
Contact: ALU Registrar
Phone: (804) 765-4152/4149/4122
Phone: (804) 765-4311
562 Quarters Road
Fort Lee, VA 23801-1705