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Logistic Officer questions

For Airforce, we Go directly to LOCC (Logistic officer common course) after BMOQ.

After that, it can vary depending which course is being offered first.

You have to do your specialty course. You’ll be able to tell your preference during your first weeks in BMOQ. For me, it’s finance and I’m doing it before the element course.

Then you’ll do the element related course.

if you’re army, you’ll normaly have BMOQ-A before the 3 courses.

If you’re navy, you don’t really have a choice for your specialty. You must do supply and finance.

I Hope this answer your question.
Is BMOQ-A similar to Phase 2 or Common Army Phase?
 
For sure, but I never had to explain the basic contracting process to a post AHOD Navy log two ringer before, or walk them through section 34, but may have been an outlier that I was dealing with that didn't have any real experience thrown into a senior position.
Can you point yo a resource that explains this process? Asking for a friend ;)
 
Can you point yo a resource that explains this process? Asking for a friend ;)

Contracting ? DLN is there for you :) Make sure you bring lots of coffee.

Contracting Direct with Trade
Green Procurement
Expenditure Management 32, 33, 34

Financial Admin Manual
Procurement Admin Manual

Its truly riveting materiel ;)
 
Contracting ? DLN is there for you :) Make sure you bring lots of coffee.

Contracting Direct with Trade
Green Procurement
Expenditure Management 32, 33, 34

Financial Admin Manual
Procurement Admin Manual

Its truly riveting materiel ;)

Fact: since completing that training, I did buy a drill.

However, since it was for myself, I could just do a sole source to deWalt to maintain compatibility with my existing cordless tools.
 
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Fact: since completing that training, I did buy a drill.

However, since it was for myself, I could just do a sole source to deWalt to maintain compatibility with my existing cordless tools.

You should have went Milwaukee ;)

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