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During the Korean War, multifunctional logistics was pushed down to the port level and the 2nd Logistical Command in Pusan, Korea, became the first permanent multifunctional logistics headquarters.
The US Navy maintains a logistical command unit -- Commander, Logistics Group Western Pacific -- in Singapore to coordinate warship deployment and logistics in the region.
Ninety percent of the workload for the attorneys at the 1st Logistical Command involved general courts-martial.
The team of 65 people is co-located in close quarters on Camp Arifjan with the 3rd Army's Logistical Command Center.
He attained the rank of colonel in the General Staff Corps and was commander of the 306th Logistical Command.
The Army created the 2d Logistical Command to support the Eighth Army.
which is used as a crisis staging area and logistical command center year round.
As more logistics units arrived, the Pusan Base Command was reorganized into the Pusan Logistical Command under Brig.