Marine Corps Combat Service Support Schools
Logistics Operations School

Lieutenant Colonel Amber G. Coleman
Commanding Officer, Logistics Operations School

First Sergeant Neill A. Sevelius
Logistics Operations School First Sergeant


Kilo Co. MOUT
U.S. Marines assigned to Kilo Company, Marine Combat Training (MCT) Battalion, School of Infantry-East, conduct a Military Operations in Urban Terrain exercise at Camp Lejeune, N.C., May 16, 2018. MCT conducts standards-based common combat skills training of entry-level Marines in order to create riflemen for service throughout the Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Manuel A. Serrano)
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Logistics Operations School conducts officer and enlisted formal resident logistics
training and education in support of the MAGTF and warfighting operations, and
sustains the transformation of our Marines, in order to prepare them for service
in the Fleet Marine Forces and supporting establishments.


"I am just R3ing you." Engaged leadership at all levels as well as peer to peer accountability forms the foundation of our success. This program is designed to have Marines, sailors and civilians within the command recognize a minor discrepancy that when corrected may avoid subsequent or more serious discrepancies.

DSN: 750-
Commercial: 910-450-


CO / XO/ 1stSgt -1142/ 1143/ 1144
Operations Officer -0806
Academics Officer -1153
Academics Chief -1164
Academics -1154
Ops Chief -0263
Future Ops. -1750

CSSIC 0402, 0481, 0430, 0431, 0411, 0491, 3531, & 3537

CO -1024
SNCOIC -0865
Company GySgt-1036

MTMIC 3510, 3521, 3524, & 3529

CO -0861
Company GySgt - 0731

After Hours

LOS SDNCO - (910) 450-0030 or (910) 478-6023 (Duty Cell)
CDO -1045