Combat Logistics is a theater level, joint logistics course that examines how the Department of Defense executes logistics to sustain forces over the full range of military operations. The course dives into topics such as Global Security, Joint Operations, Global Distribution, Multinational Ops & Logistics, Civil Military and Peace Ops, and the partners involved. This course targets Company Grade Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and civilians operating in the logistics career fields to include deployment and distribution, supply, maintenance, services, contracting, engineering, and health services. This is not a training course… it is an education course. We use scenario based exercises where students examine a variety of operations to extract out and analyze the underlying logistics. To do this, students will learn the joint logistics principles, as well as the joint logistics terminology such as classes of supply. Students will explore current operations and, using their loggie goggles, will examine the logistics systems in play. The capstone project for this course is a deep dive and subsequent presentation into a historic operation where all of the principles of the course will be used to evaluate the operation from the logistician’s viewpoint.