NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville… Contributing to JECC Mission Readiness Exercise

 NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) Jacksonville contributed to Joint Enabling Capabilities Command (JECC) Mission Readiness Exercise (MRX) held this past December.

Lt. Ian Brenner (bottom center) prepares debriefing slides for the logistics planning portion of the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command Mission Readiness Exercise conducted Dec. 9 through 13 at Naval Station Mayport.  (Photo by Lt. Col. Lindsay Kough)

Lt. Ian Brenner (bottom center) prepares debriefing slides for the logistics planning portion of the Joint Enabling Capabilities Command Mission Readiness Exercise conducted Dec. 9 through 13 at Naval Station Mayport. (Photo by Lt. Col. Lindsay Kough)

The JECC MRX brings members from multiple commands and different branches of service together to validate the capabilities and expertise of the on-coming Ready JECC Package (RJP) a three-month alert posture fully prepared to support missions across multiple joint operations.

The most recent MRX provided training focused on enhancing the JECC’s readiness to support Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Relief (HA/DR) operations in support of the joint task force commander.

 Lt. Ian A. Brenner, a NAVSUP Operational Logistics Intern with 4th fleet played a vital role in the planning, execution, and coordination of logistics of the MRX, while leveraging NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Jacksonville’s capabilities to support the logistics requirements of HA/DR operations as simulated joint and allied forces respond to a major catastrophe.

 “The coordination of logistics is essential to the success of every operation, and the JECC MRX provided a realistic planning process in which NAVSUP can execute to meet the logistics requirements of the HA/DR operation,” said Lt. Brenner.

 At the conclusion of the MRX, Lt. Brenner briefed Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Southern Command, Rear Adm. Sinclair Harris on the logistics planning portion of the HA/DR operation.

 The MRX validated the RJP’s ability to adapt to joint operational requirements and strengthen ties with likely mission partners.

 By Victor Mangome Jr.

NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville Corporate Communications

NAVSUP FLC Jacksonville, one of eight Fleet Logistics Centers under NAVSUP Global Logistics Support, provides operational logistics, business and support services to the fleet, shore, and industrial commands of the Navy, Coast Guard, Military Sealift command, and other Joint Allied Forces. Services include contracting, regional transportation, fuel, material management, household goods movement support, postal and consolidated mail, warehousing, global logistics and husbanding, hazardous material management, and integrated logistics support.