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Deputy I&L visits LOGCOM

By Robin Berry | Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany | February 28, 2014

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Brig. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, (center) assistant deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics (Plans), speaks to Col. Jeffrey Hooks, commander, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, during a recent tour of Production Plant Albany, while Darren Jones, (left) plant manager, PPA, and Michael Madden, executive deputy, Marine Corps Logistics Command, listen.

Brig. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, (center) assistant deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics (Plans), speaks to Col. Jeffrey Hooks, commander, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, during a recent tour of Production Plant Albany, while Darren Jones, (left) plant manager, PPA, and Michael Madden, executive deputy, Marine Corps Logistics Command, listen. (Photo by Robin Berry)


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February 28, 2014 --

Brig. Gen. Craig C. Crenshaw, assistant deputy commandant for Installations and Logistics, (Plans), conducted his first visit of Marine Corps Logistics Command, Feb. 10-12.

Having recently assumed his current position, Crenshaw visited LOGCOM to meet with senior leaders and discuss the interactions between the two organizations.

During his three-day visit, Crenshaw was briefed by center directors on LOGCOM’s mission, core competencies and specific initiatives that directly impact the Marine Corps’ logistics enterprise. 

Maj. Gen. John Broadmeadow, commanding general, LOGCOM, said, “Brig. Gen. Crenshaw’s visit to Marine Corps Logistics Command is an important opportunity for us to share our processes and continue to develop the strategic teamwork that sustains the Corps’ warfighting excellence.

“We have had an outstanding exchange of information and perspectives, and come away from this visit with a deeper understanding of how our organizations work together to support America’s expeditionary force in readiness,” he said.

Crenshaw’s visit wrapped up with a tour of Production Plant Albany, Marine Depot Maintenance Command, where he walked the craneway to see firsthand what the men and women at PPA are doing in support of the operating forces. 

Crenshaw greeted artisans working the production lines and extended his appreciation for the important work they perform.

Crenshaw’s next stop was Blount Island Command in Jacksonville, Fla., where he got a firsthand look at LOGCOM’s geostrategic capabilities.


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