Overview: "Operationally Ready" signifies that a unit or weapon system is capable of performing the mission for which it was designed. It's the responsibility of Logistics Readiness officers to ensure that all supply, distribution, organizational structures and contingency plans are in place prior to the beginning of any mission.
- Direct distribution management, materiel management, contingency operations, fuels management, airlift management and vehicle management
- Direct aerial port operations including management of fixed and mobile air terminals
- Bachelor's Degree; undergraduate academic specialization in logistics management, economics, management, business administration, computer science, information management systems, finance, accounting, engineering or industrial management is desirable.
- Commission as an officer in the Air Force Reserve
- For those without a prior military service commission, successful completion of the nine week Officer Training School at Maxwell AFB, AL is required