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Logistics Officer Course

 

Logistics Officer Course

Logistics Operations School

Camp Johnson, NC

Mission:
To prepare entry level and lateral move company grade officers for duty in a logistics-related billet at the battalion or equivalent level where their responsibilities will include the general duties of logistics officers, performing transportation operations, and coordinating Combat Service Support (CSS).

Student Check-In Information:
Students checking into Logistics Officer Course (LOC) during normal working hours should report to the Personnel Administration Center (PAC) located in building M130 on Camp Johnson (the second building on the right after passing through the main gate). After normal working hours report in person to the Command Duty Officer (CDO) at building M131, Camp Johnson, (the first building on the right after passing through the main gate) or call the CDO at 450-1045. All personnel will report in the Service Alpha uniform. Upon completion of reporting in, you will then report to building M79 (the large two-story building on the right side as you leave PAC). LOC is located on the back side of the building, 1st Deck, Room #1168. Inbound Officers should contact the LOC Faculty Advisors as your PCS date nears so we know when to expect you. Do not hesitate to contact the LOC Staff for any assistance or questions in order to make this transition for you as smooth as possible.

Billeting:
No cost government quarters are directed aboard Camp Johnson at the Staff Non-Commissioned Officer Academy (SNCOA) Barracks.  Inbound students should confirm billeting reservations with the Camp Johnson S-4 Ms. Mary Cantu (910) 450-0066/0839, mary.cantu@usmc.mil.  For questions or concerns, please contact the LOC Faculty Advisors. 

On-Line Learning Environment:
The Logistics Officer Course utilizes Moodle as a platform for student instruction and classroom collaboration. Students will be required to access Moodle in order to participate in classroom activities. Two weeks from their report date, students will receive a notification to the email they used to register in MarineNet alerting them to their enrollment into the class and making available required day 1 administrative activities. After logging into MarineNet, Moodle can be accessed from the homepage.

LOC Course Manager                                                                                                              LOC Faculty Advisors

(910) 450-1159                                                                                                                         (910) 450-0236/1145