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Air Force Global Logistics Support Center

Air Force Global Logistics Support Center
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Part of Air Force Materiel Command
Active 31 March 2008 - 2012
Country United States
Branch United States Air Force
Role Logistics Support
PartĀ of Air Force Materiel Command
Garrison/HQ Scott Air Force Base
Commanders
Current
commander
Major General Gary T. McCoy

The Air Force Global Logistics Support Center (AFGLSC) served as the hub for supply chain management for the U.S. Air Force.[1] It was stood down in 2012 as part of Air Force Materiel Command restructuring.[2]

Organization

The AFGLSC consists of three subordinate units. The 448th Supply Chain Management Wing is based at Tinker Air Force Base and conducts planning and execution of logistics operations. The 635th Supply Chain Operations Wing is co-located at Scott Air Force Base and supports movement and combat operations. The 591st Supply Chain Management Group conducts strategic planning and integration from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.[3]

References

  1. ^ AFGLSC Stand Up
  2. ^ AFMC restructures to cut overhead, make command more efficient
  3. ^ AFGLSC organizational chart

External links

  • Global support center officially stands up March 28
  • Permanent Global Logistics Support Centers stands up
  • Global Logistics Support Center Mission Briefing (March 2008)
  • Global Logistics Support Center Mission Briefing (July 2008)

See also

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