A Cargo Resupply Unmanned Aircraft System spins its blades in preparation for flight aboard Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, May 19, 2014. The CRUAS was an alternative logistics capability able to resupply outlying forward operating bases as well as retrograde equipment, reducing the number of Marines and vehicles on the roads surrounding Camp Leatherneck, Afghanistan. US Marine Corps photo.
The Marine Corps’ logistics community is pursuing unmanned vehicles, additive manufacturing and “sense-and-respond logistics” to eventually support Marines deployed in small, dispersed units that cannot rely on the traditional “steel mountain” logistics model. Read More
The following is the 2015 U.S. Marine Corps Logistics and Installation Roadmap. Read More