In August CORE had the pleasure of working with the Marine Wing Support Squadron 372 and elements of the Marine Corps Air Wing at Camp Pendleton.
Over the past year CORE has continued to support the USMC. The Marine Corps Logistics Operations Group at the Marine Air Ground Task Force Training Command (MCAGCC) Twenty-Nine has launched an improved logistics course known as the Advanced Expeditionary Logistics Operations Course or AXLOC. CORE has tailored the Logistics behind the Falklands to be more relevant to the Marine Corps 2030 plan. As a result CORE was asked to talk to a senior officers logistic course at the Marine Corps Base at Quantico VA in late March 2021. A number of young captains were also invited which made for an exciting event. Two weeks later CORE returned to AXLOC at Twenty-Nine Palms. Since then, CORE has returned to AXLOC Twentynine Palms in June and Camp Pendleton this August.
CORE returned to Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Logistics Operations Group to lecture on the Advanced Expeditionary Logistics Operations Course (AXLOC) on October 10, 2020
Rod Macdonald presented to the Canadian Military Logistic School at Borden just over an hour north of Toronto Canada in February 2020. Considerable hospitality was shown by the Canadians making for an exceptional experience all around.
Rod Macdonald presented to the USMC Logistics Course at MCLOG Twentynine Palms during the first week of October
On Friday October 18, 2019 Rod Macdonald gave the after dinner talk to end two days of intensive professional training to South Pacific Division of the Corps of Engineers led by Brigadier General Kimberly Colloton. Her previous command was the engineers in Afghanistan for a year. She is parachute engineer as well as professionally qualified from Stanford. This picture was taken on Board the USS Bonhomme Richard in 2018
Repeated visits have been made to the USMC Logistics Course at the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms through 2019