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128.1
Define Logistics Combat Element (LCE).
The Logistics Combat Element (LCE) provides combat service support to accomplish the Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTAF) mission.
128.1
What can the LCE provide?
supply, maintenance, transportation, deliberate engineering, health, dental, postal, disbursing, POW, information systems, exchange, utilities, legal, and graves registration services.
128.1
The LCE varies in size from: to :?
varies from a Combat Logistics Company (CLC) to a Marine Logistics Group (MLG).
128.1
Normaly how many LCEs are in a MAGTAF?
One
128.2
Define Combat Service Support (CSS).
The CSS provides various capabilities to sustain all elements of operating forces in theater at all levels of war on the battlefield.
Combat Service Support (CSS) includes but is not limited to:
supporting the aspects of supply, maintenance, transportation, health services, and other servicess required by the MAGTF.
Who is CSS provided by in the Marine Corps?
by the MLG.
CSS operations are conducted by units that?
by table of organization (T/O) and table of equipment (T/E), is organized, equipt, and trained to perform CSS operations.
128.3
What does LTI stand for?
Limited Technical Inspection
What is an LTI?
equipment inspections to determine the extent and level of maintenance required to restore it to a specified condition or serviceability status.
128.3
what is TAM?
Table of Authorized Material
128.3
(TAM) Table of Authorized Material is a sourse document containing what information?
identifies what equipment and materials the different units of the USMC are authorized to have
128.3
the (TAM) Table of Authorized Material includes what three supply types of material?
subsistence,petroleum, oils and lubricants
128.3
What is the (T/E) Table of Equipment used for?
shows what equipment and materials a unit must have to accomplish their mission
128.3
The (T/E) Table of Equipment and the (T/O) Table of Organization are used together to do what?
used to determine what publications and additional equipment a unit may request.
128.3
The (T/O) Table of Organization is a document that provides what?
the authority for personnel staffing of a unit.
128.3
What does the (T/O) Table of Organization also contain
the unit's mission, organization, concept of employment, administrative capabilities, and logistics capabilities.
128.4
Logistics is defined as?
"the science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of forces"
128.4
When it comes to Logistics, what are some of the aspects of military operations that are delt with?
design and development, acquisition, storage, movement, distribution, maintenance, evacuation and disposition of material.

Movement, evacuation and hospitalization of personnel.

acquisition or construction, and disposition of facilities.

acquisition or furnishing of services.
125.5
what are the three levels of logistic support?
SOT
Strategic, Operational, Tactical
128.5
The three levels of logistic support are Strategic, Operational, Tactical. Discuss the Strategic level.
Strategic: security objectives & guidance which are determined by national & multinational coalitions who use collective resources to accomplish these goals
125.5
The three levels of logistic support are Strategic, Operational, Tactical. Discuss the Operational level.
Operational: campaigns and major operations are planned, conducted, and sustained to accomplish strategic objectives in theater of operations.
125.5
The three levels of logistic support are Strategic, Operational, Tactical. Discuss the Tactical level.
Tactical: battles and engagements are planned and executed to accomplish military objectives. focuses on arrangement and maneuverability of combat elements in relation to each other and the enemy (chess)
128.6
State the 6 functional areas of tactical logistics.
SMTGHS: Some Men Take Growth Hormone Shots: Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, Services
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define Supply.
Supply: cyclic process of acquiring and issuing material to supported units
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define Maintenance.
Maintenance: actions taken to keep material in serviceable condition (preventative maintenance PM), and actions required to return material to serviceable condition (corrective maintenance).
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define Transportation.
Transportation: moving from one location to another
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define General Engineering.
General Engineering:
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define Health Services.
Health Services: seeks to minimize the effect that wounds, injuries, and disease have on unit effectiveness, readiness, and morale. Two parts: Preventive-Med program, and medical support from the point of wounding, injury or illness
128.6
The 6 functional areas of tactical logistics are Supply, Maintenance, Transportation, General Engineering, Health Services, and Services.
Define Services.
Services: are essentially administrative in nature and can include postal, disbursing, information systems, exchange, legal and graves registration services. categorized as either command services, or LCE level services.
128.7
What are the 7 principles of logistics support.
RSFEAT: Ray Smith Fights Everyone At Sunset: Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability. Discuss Responsiveness.
Responsiveness: right support in the right place at the right time. Responsiveness is the keystone; without it all other principles become irrelevant
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability, adn Survivability. Discuss Simplicity.
Simplicity: fosters efficiency in both the planning and execution of logistics operations. Establishment of priorities and pre-allocation of supplies and services leads to the simplicity of logistics support operations.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability. Discuss Flexibility.
Flexibility: ability to adapt to changing situations, missions, and concepts of operation.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability, Survivability. Discuss Economy.
Economy: providing sufficient support at the least cost without imparing mission accomplishment or jeopardizing lives.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability, Survivability. Discuss Attainability.
Attainability: ability to provide the minimum, essential supplies and services required to begin combat operations. An operation should not begin untill minimum essential levels of support are on hand.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability, Survivability. Discuss Sustainability.
Sustainability: ability to maintain logistics support to all users throughout the area of operations for the duration of the operation. Long-term objectives and capabilities is the greatedst challenge and should demand a lot of attention.
128.7
The 7 principles of logistics support are Responsiveness, Simplicity, Flexibility, Economy, Attainability, Sustainability, Survivability. Discuss Survivability.
Survivability: the capacity of the organization to protect its forces and resources.
128.8
Define War Reserve Material (WRM).
War Reserve Material (WRM): Mission-essential principal end items, secondary items, and munitions required to attain operational objectives. WRM inventories are acquired durring peacetime. They allow for flexability and expansion, while minimizing investment in resources.
128.9
The Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) deploys with the ligistic capability to sustain itself with some classes of supply for up to how many days?
the Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) can sustain itself for up to 15 days.
The Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB) sized MAGTF can sustain itself for how many days?
the Marine Expeditionary Brigade (MEB) can sustain itself for up to 30 days.
The Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) can sustain itself for up to how many days?
The Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF) can sustain itself for up to 60 days.
128.10
Explain the concept of the Maritime Propositioning Force (MPF).
The Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF): 3 MPF Squadrons which are forward deployed, each with enough material and gear to sustain a MAGTF of 15,000 personnel for up to 30 days.