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Deputy Commandant for Installations & Logistics (I&L).

Ronald J. Davis, Jr., SES

Asst. Deputy Commandant (ADC, I&L)

703-695-8572 * DSN 225

ronald.davisjr@usmc.mil

Col Terry V. Williams

Exec. Asst. to the Deputy Commandant

703-695-8570 * DSN 225

terry.v.williams@usmc.mil

Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (DC I&L) Headquartered in Washington, DC, acts on behalf of the Commandant in designated matters ol logistics policy and management, and coordinates logistics actions with other agencies.

The Installations and Logistics Department shapes logistics plans and policies to sustain excellence in warfighting. The locus of effort is to increase Marine Air Ground Task Force lethality by providing superior support through modernizing logistics processes, implementing proven technology and best practices, developing standards of performance, and fully integrating the supporting establishment as the fifth element of the Marine Air Ground Task Force.

DIRECTORATE

LOGISTICS, PLANS, POLICIES, AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION

www.marines.mil/unit/logistics/Pages/default.aspx

Maj. Gen. Michael G. Dana

Asst. Deputy Commandant for Logistics, Plans, Policies, and Strategic Mobility

Allen Coulter

Deputy Director, Logistics, Plans,

Policies & Strategic Mobility Division

703-695-5434 * DSN 225

allen.coulter@usmc.mil

Col Keith Rutkowski, USMC

Head, Logistics Distribution

Policy Branch (LPD)

703-695-7851 * DSN 225

keith.rutkowski@usmc.mil

James Meersman

Deputy, Logistics Distribution

Policy Branch (LPD)

703-695-8129 * DSN 225

james.meersman@usmc.mil

LtCol James Jones, USMC

Operations Officer (LPD)

703-695-6099 * DSN 225

james.jones7@usmc.mil

Edgar Suckfiel

Section Lead Integrated Distribution (LPD-1)

571-256-2767 * DSN 225

ed.suckfiel@usmc.mil

Frederick Hyden

Section Lead Personal Property

& Passenger (LPD-2)

751-256-2770 * DSN 225

frederick.hyden@usmc.mil

Patrick Jean

Section Lead Second Destination

Transportation (LPD-3)

571-256-2770 * DSN 225

patrick.jean@usmc.mil

LOGISTICS PLANS, POLICIES AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION (LP)

Under the direction of the Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (I&L), LP is responsible lor formulating Marine Corps logistics plans, policies, and concepts; exercising staff supervision over joint and Marine Corps logistics matters, logistics manpower matters, logistics analysis, mobility, lilt requirements, sustainability, productivity, materiel readiness, logistics information systems, security assistance, and fiscal matters for appropriate division sponsored programs; and coordinating the logistics aspects ol the prepositioning program.

LOGISTICS DISTRIBUTION POLICY BRANCH (LPD)

This Branch is responsible for functional area advocacy, operational oversight, and policy development and guidance. Responsibilities include coordination and dissemination roles for USMC and Joint policy and procedural requirements for sustainment distribution, including freight and logistics chain interfaces; household goods and passenger travel; Second Destination Transportation funding; and packaging, packing, and preservation.

INTEGRATED DISTRIBUTION SECTION (LPD-1)

This Section provides USMC distribution management policy and guidance for the movement of freight worldwide and serves as the focal point in developing more efficient methods of transporting, routing, tracing, and documenting USMC freight movements within the Defense Transportation System. This Section is also responsible for transportation policy regarding the movement of arms, ammunition, and explosives shipments (AA&E); container leasing/purchasing policy; customs and border clearance issues; preservation, packaging, and packing issues (P3); and distribution management Automated Information Systems (AIS). The Section responsibilities also include management of the Distribution Management occupational field (MOS 3102 & 3112), development of MOS Individual Training Standards (ITS), personnel assignments for Officers and Enlisted, skill progression and formal schools training, Officer and Enlisted grade shaping, and formulation of MAGTF distribution policy and procedures.

PERSONAL PROPERTY AND PASSENGER SECTION (LPD-2)

This Section develops distribution management policy and programs for the movement of passengers and the movement and storage of household goods. The Section provides guidance to Marine Corps Distribution Management Offices and Service members on household goods and passenger transportation issues.

SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION (SDT) SECTION (LPD-3)

This Section supports the Marine Forces in funding the movement ol USMC-owned equipment and materiel worldwide. This Section is also responsible for all SDT funding issues to include budget development, submission and execution, assignment of transportation account codes, air clearance authority issues, and commercial carrier freight payment processes through the U.S. Rank Third Party Payment System (TPPS).

Lieutenant General William M. Faulkner, USMC

Deputy Commandant (DC, I&L)
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Title Annotation:PRINCIPAL LOGISTICS OFFICE
Author:Faulkner, William M.
Publication:Defense Transportation Journal
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Apr 1, 2013
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