Deline (Dee) R. Reardon, SES
Asst. Deputy Commandant (ADC, I&L)
Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (DC l&L) Headquartered in Washington, DC, acts on behalf of the Commandant in designated matters of logistics policy and management, and coordinates logistics actions with other agencies.
Headquarters Marine Corps, Installations and Logistics shapes logistics plans and policies to sustain excellence in warfighting. The focus 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 of the Marine Air Ground Task Force.
LOGISTICS, PLANS, POLICIES, AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION
BrigGen David W. Maxwell, USMC
Assistant Deputy Commandant for Installations and Logistics (Plans)
LOGISTICS PLANS, POLICIES AND STRATEGIC MOBILITY DIVISION (LP)
Under the direction of the Deputy Commandant, Installations and Logistics (l&L), LP is responsible for formulating Marine Corps logistics plans, policies, and concepts; exercising staff supervision over joint and Marine Corps logistics matters, logistics manpower matters, logistics analysis, mobility, lift requirements, sustainability, productivity, materiel readiness, logistics information systems, security assistance, and fiscal matters for appropriate division sponsored programs; and coordinating the logistics aspects of 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; transportation financial management; and preservation, packaging, and packing.
INTEGRATED MATERIEL DISTRIBUTION SECTION (LPD-1)
LPD-1 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...