AFGLSC

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AFGLSCAir Force Global Logistics Support Center (US Air Force)
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* Developing a plan for integrating DLA and AFGLSC Fusion Center concepts
* Defining the issues between DLA and AFGLSC, including:
-- DLA and AFGLSC working together on collaborative planning, sourcing strategies, distribution planning, and other methods of optimizing the supply chain for consumable items and sourcing strategies for DLRs
This article helps define roles and responsibilities for the AFGLSC to better manage the supply chain for equipment as an enterprise.
This study is limited to the functions that personnel in the AFGLSC perform currently.
The Air Force should develop tools (1) to assess equipment capability Air Force-wide and use those tools at the central (AFGLSC) office.
I am truly honored to join the outstanding men and women of AFGLSC and feel especially privileged to command the Air Force's premier global supply chain management activity."
The AFGLSC and its enterprise-wide concept also provides the capability to use RSPs as spares to allocate when and where most needed.
The report recommended enterprise assessments be used for Status of Readiness and Training System (SORTS) and that eventually, the AFGLSC should provide SORTS reporting for spares.
Additionally, the AFGLSC should have preestablished SBSS accounts that allow replenishment requisitions almost immediately upon transfer to a previously nonoperational contingency base.
The maintenance supply liaison (MSL) is the primary focal point for the expeditionary maintenance group (EMXG) to interface with base-level supply and the AFGLSC. Specifically, the MSL monitors the overall maintenance and supply interface, resolves supply support problems, reviews reports and coordinates supply related training needs for decentralized supply support personnel ...
The particular relationship, as will be illustrated later, produces many gaps in support as the base-level unit logistics readiness squadron (LRS) and AFGLSC have no interface with subordinate and owning commands.