LOG 399 is a 3-week live internet or 3-day in-residence/on-site course offered by the Logistics Management Department, AFIT School of Systems and Logistics and features presentations by guest lectures focusing on strategic logistic concepts and capabilities within the Department of Defense. Emphasis is on strategic sustainment and distribution processes and functions, such as distribution process ownership USTRANSCOM, strategic airlift AMC, and defense commodity management DLA. The course also covers joint and USAF logistics doctrine, the academic perspective on strategic logistics capabilities and concepts, along with strategic logistics issues peculiar to the student audience where the course is held. Participants address logistic concepts, best practices, challenges, and solutions in the strategic environment likely to be faced by USAF logisticians working sustainment issues.
Grade Restrictions: None
Special Requirements: Live Internet classes meet each Tuesday and Thursday from 1300 – 1600 EASTERN time over a three-week period.
Delivery Method: In-Residence/ On-Site Course and VIRR
Course Length: In-Residence and On-Site: 3 days - Live Internet: 3 weeksEvent Type: Training (Functional, Technical)
Primary Audience: Course is primarily for officers 0-3 w/ 6 years TIS to 0-6, and GS-12 to GS-15 and equivalent, E7 to E9 in Logistics Career Fields.
CL Points: 24