Engineering and Logistics Directorate
The Aviation Logistics Center (ALC), located in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, provides complete engineering and logistics support to the entire Coast Guard aviation fleet. This includes aircraft overhaul and repair; technical engineering support; supply (including inventory management and procurement); parts re-engineering and manufacturing; information services; and personnel who provide on-site field assistance and training for over 200 Coast Guard aircraft at 25 air stations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. The air stations depend on ALC to provide them with support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC) is located on campuses throughout the Coast Guard, with the Main office located at the Coast Guard Yard in Glen Burnie, Md. Over 1000 military and civilian personnel coordinate hull, mechanical, electrical, and ordnance support for the Coast Guard fleet and electronic and general support items for worldwide Coast Guard activities. In addition, SFLC provides engineering services critical to the design, maintenance, and modifications of the Coast Guard fleet, managing preventative maintenance systems to keep Coast Guard cutters ready to perform any mission.
The Shore Infrastructure Logistics Center shall exercise technical authority and apply configuration standards to develop and enforce Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP) to acquire, maintain, alter, refurbish, and dispose of shore facilities to enable CG mission execution and operations in support of public safety and homeland security. This includes providing for the acquisition, Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM), major repair and modification of CG shore facilities and fixed aids to navigation. It also includes technical and logistical support in addition to managing shore-facility related programs such as real property and environmental compliance. The program provides support services throughout the complete life-cycle of shore facilities ranging from property acquisition, design, construction, depot level maintenance and repair, and eventually demolition