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Aug 4, 2013

Sgt. Justin L. Kloppe, right, receives a certificate of completion for the Global Combat Support System-Marine Corps Journeymen Program from Col. Mark M. Walter August 1 at the 3rd Marine Logistics Group Headquarters Building on Camp Kinser. GCSS-MC is a combat-support system that logistically integrates maintenance and supply into one combined system to allow commanders to maintain real-time accountability of all equipment and vehicles across their forces. The Journeyman Program is a 3rd MLG effort to increase GCSS-MC proficiency throughout the logistics group in order to increase III Marine Expeditionary Force Readiness. Kloppe, from Liberty Hill, Texas, is the first Marine to complete the program. He spent more than 104 hours in GCSS-MC courses, in addition to six months of managed on-the-job training. Kloppe is a maintenance management specialist with the GCSS-MC Instructor Program, 3rd MLG, III MEF. Walter is the chief of staff of 3rd MLG.

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