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Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany

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About MCLB Albany
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is one of six commands under Marine Corps Installations East (headquartered at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina) and the proud home of Marine Corps Logistics Command and Marine Depot Maintenance Command/Production Plant Albany.

Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is dedicated to supporting the warfighter by providing high quality, cost-effective installation support services to its tenant commands. The base's priority is to its tenants, whose focus of effort is the warfighter. 
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is also committed to providing its service members, civilian-Marines and families a safe and secure environment  to work and live, thereby increasing quality of life for all. The base will be environmentally conscious and look for ways to decrease use of non-renewable energy sources to increase security and reduce cost. The base will reach out to the surrounding community to find ways to share common goals and values, and will build relationships that are good for the Corps and the community, which will last far into the future. 

Marine Corps Logistics Command is currently the largest tenant organization aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, Georgia.



As a component of the Marine Corps’ supporting establishment, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany provides facilities infrastructure and a range of tailored support services enabling supported commands aboard the installation to accomplish their assigned missions in support of the warfighter.

MCLB Albany is dedicated to the success and welfare of its:

  • Supported commands and agencies, particularly Marine Corps Logistics Command and its components;
  • Marines, Sailors and other service members — and families;
  • Civilian personnel;
  • The surrounding community, especially Dougherty, Lee and Worth counties.

Within capabilities, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany is also prepared to serve as a designated safe haven for the Marine Corps and other Department of Defense agencies within the Southeast and Gulf Coast regions during times of threat and recovery from destructive weather and emergency situations.