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Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics (IEL)

Last updated: 14 Nov 2023

Introduction to Expeditionary Logistics (IEL) provides an overview of the Joint Planning Process, the Joint and Naval Logistics Chain of Command and specific issues and concerns related to the deployment to and logistics support in an expeditionary environment. Discussions and lectures include Combatant Commands, Naval Logistics, Joint Operational Planning, Advanced Based Logistics, Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore, Host Nation Support and an overview of the Navy's expeditionary commands.

Discussions and lectures include:
  • Unified Commands
  • Naval Logistics
  • Joint Operational Planning
  • Advanced Base Logistics
  • Foreign Humanitarian Assistance
  • Host Nation Support
  • An overview of the Navy's Expeditionary commands
This course is taught as a seminar with guest speakers as subject matter experts and is intended for Officers and Senior Enlisted (E-6 or above) from the active component, reserve component, other services, and foreign military. IEL is both a two-week resident course in which student's use of seminar discussions assists in conducting a final group exercise involving a logistics scenario that will demonstrate a working knowledge of the lectures.

Point of Contact
Navy Supply Corps School
Educational Counselor

1378 Porter Ave.
Naval Station Newport
Newport, RI 02841

(401) 841-4819

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