Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear (CBRN) Defense Systems
As a subcontractor to Battelle, ALOG Corporation provides Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) defense system Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) to the Joint Program Manager on a worldwide basis. ALOG Corporation Maintenance and Generator Technicians and Equipment Operators perform CLS maintenance and associated functions and operate designated equipment at National Guard, Reserve, and Active Army sites across the Continental United States (CONUS), Alaska, Korea, Germany, and Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain, in Southwest Asia. Our technicians are dedicated to ensuring that operational availability (Ao) and Logistics Response Time (LRT) metrics are met/exceeded.
Transportation Motor Pool (TMP), Directorate of Logistics (DOL) – Fort Benning, Georgia
Today Fort Benning, Georgia is the Army’s largest training installation and one of the premier deployment platforms capable pf deploying soldiers, civilians, and units anywhere in the world at any time. The installation known as, “Home of the Infantry” covers more than 183,000 acres. It also has mountains available for training in Dahlonega, Georgia and swamp, river, and coastal training at Eglin Air Force Base and Camp Rutter, Florida. ALOG Corporation operates and manages the Transportation Motor Pools (TMP) at the Main Post and Sand Hill.
Consolidated Installation Property Book Office (CIPBO), Directorate of Logistics (DOL) – Fort Campbell, Kentucky
At Fort Campbell, Kentucky, which is one of the largest installations in the world and one of the nation’s premier power projection platforms, ALOG Corporation operates and manages the Consolidated Installation Property Book Office (CIPBO) for the Directorate of Logistics (DOL).
Installation Materiel Maintenance Activity (IMMA) – Fort McCoy, Wisconsin
At Fort McCoy, Wisconsin, ALOG Corporation provides Materiel Maintenance Services that include sustainment level maintenance on supply Class IX reparable components in support of the Army Materiel Command’s (AMC) National Maintenance Program (NMP). ALOG Corporation repairs the items to standard and then documents serviceability of the components using test devices such as the engine dynamometer, transmission test stand, and starter/generator test stand.
ALOG Corporation manages the NMP and ensures compliance with all requirements of the most recent version of the NMP business process manual. ALOG meets or exceeds the monthly production quota and meets 100% of the annual production quota. Working closely with the Government’s Maintenance Manager, ALOG personnel provide NMP production and cost reports and attend the annual NMP Planning and Production Conference.
Logistic Support Services – Fort Hood, Texas
As a subcontractor to Defense Support Services (DS2) at Fort Hood, Texas, ALOG Corporation started operating and managing the Central Issue Facility (CIF) on 1 July 2006. ALOG Corporation operates a full-service CIF which includes Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE); tents, to include polyester tents; tailoring and textile repair. The CIF is one of the largest CIF’s in the Army. ALOG Corporation provides these services to Active Army, Air Force, Reserve, National Guard, Department of Army Civilian workforce and customers supported through Inter/Intra-Service Support Agreements.
Strategic Deployment Logistical Support – Gulfport, Mississippi
G-4, United States Army Reserve Command’s (USARC) primary initiative of ARLOG XXI which is directed toward improving readiness by placing portions of units’ equipment into long-term strategic storage. To support the ARLOG XXI Program in Gulfport, MS, 300,000 square feet of controlled humidity storage is used to store and maintain equipment for a period of up to 5 years or until required for missions. ALOG Corporation is an arm of the USARC, DCS, G-4 in the operation of this facility.
Strategic Deployment Logistical Support – Atchinson, Kansas
ALOG Corporation provides prime contract support to the United States Army Reserve Command (USARC), Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 (DCS, G-4). Support is for the ARLOG XXI Initiative which is to improve materiel readiness by placing portions of a RESERVE unit’s equipment into long-term strategic storage. The strategic storage site in Atchison, KS is a man-made cave which has approximately 1.2 million square feet of controlled humidity storage in support of the ARLOG XXI Program.
Defence Depot – Warner Robins, Georgia
ALOG performs warehousing, logistics and distribution functions in 17 Government provided warehouses, storage yards, and outdoor storage lots at Defense Distribution Depot, Warner Robins AFB, GA (DDWG). Buildings 376, 380, and 385 contain two million square feet with various automated warehousing equipment. Building 368 contains the classified storage area. Other buildings include warehousing in the C-130 propeller shop, gyro shop, automated avionics, and HAZMART. Total covered and uncovered storage space is approximately 2,862,000 square feet and is used for avionics and oversize parts up to C-5 major assemblies. The box shop contains fully automated equipment to fabricate MIL-STD compliant wood and cardboard shipping containers.
Anniston Army Depot – Anniston, Alabama
Anniston Army Depot, AL (ANAD) supports a multi-mission industrial base for heavy combat vehicle expertise. The Depot Support Service provides Vehicle, Fuel and Supply Support Services. In the latter category, these services consist of all necessary processes to facilitate the full range of material handling, receipt, storage and issue functions for multiple classes of supply, including hazardous materials such as acids, fuels, lubricants, solvents and compressed gasses. Responsibilities also include asset management and battery exchange. As a subcontractor to LESCO, ALOG provides all labor, tools, personnel protective clothing and equipment (PPC&E) for our personnel to perform their required services. ALOG assists in Anniston Army Depot supply support operations include management of central distribution and materiel handling of depot-managed repair parts supply, and management of, and materiel movement within, 32 holding areas and five warehouses via licensed material handling equipment (MHE) drivers. The actions associated with this workload include receipt and inspection, storage, warehousing, retrieval, issuance, inventory control and housekeeping.
Fort Riley, Kansas
At Ft. Riley, ALOG has people disbursed among the total operation as a subcontractor to LESCO at Fort Riley. ALOG also has the Division Level supervisor in Supply, Transportation, the Ammunition Supply Point and the AOAP Lab. ALOG was involved to some extent in all missions performed at Ft Riley. The Fort Riley effort provides all personnel, management, and any other items and services not government furnished necessary to perform the Ft. Riley installation level logistics support function to individual soldiers, DOD civilian employees, installation and tenant activities, and military units assigned to, mobilizing or demobilizing at Ft. Riley. Services provided are General Support and Direct Support (DS/GS) Maintenance including aircraft, National Maintenance Program Activities; Army Oil Analysis (AOL); Central Vehicle Wash Facility (CVWF); Cannibalization Point; Transportation Motor Pool (TMP); Hazardous Material Control Center (HMCC); Central Issue Facility (CIF); Ammunition Supply Point (ASP); General Storage and Warehousing; and Bulk Petroleum Oil and Lubricant (POL) Operations. ALOG provides qualified supervisory, technical and administrative personnel possessing the skills, knowledge and training to satisfactorily perform the required services.