United States Army Logistics Management College


United States Army Logistics Management College

The United States Army Logistics Management College (ALMC), a subordinate school of the United States Army Combined Arms Support Command, is located at Fort Lee, Virginia.

The Army Logistics Management College's role is to develop and present quality education programs in logistics science, management science, and acquisition management to personnel of the Department of Defense, other Federal agencies, and foreign governments. In addition, ALMC offers research and consulting services that contribute to materiel readiness and improve acquisition and logistics management.

The United States Army Logistics Management College was established in 1954 with the mission to conduct a 12-week Army Supply Management Course. Today, ALMC has 38 classrooms that accommodate the 65 resident courses offered each year. The college graduates nearly 3,500 military and civilian students annually.

External links

* [http://www.almc.army.mil/ Official web site]


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