Logistics Officer Training Pipeline

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  1. Hi Guys,

    I'm looking everywhere for information on the training pipeline for an LO and can't really find much. I went on an aquaint course a while ago; however that aspect of the course had to be cut short due to lack of time...

    I know that you can specialise as an accountant or go into law, but I can't find much out about the pipeline from ILOC to LO. Does anyone know any more information or where I can get more some?

    I know I need to know this information in detail for AIB and I'm worrying that I'm not that well-informed.

    Any help is greatly appreciated :)

  2. Goodness me SJRM, I hadn't realised I had got a reply to that question, my apologies for not thanking you sooner!

    I was wondering if it's possible to contact the logistics school for them to send over info on the Logistics Officer training pipeline? Is there a number/e-mail to contact, or any hidden gems online that I haven't come across...I am aware of the basics (thanks SJRM) but I'm scared I don't have enough detail. My AIB is in Febuary.

    Thanking everyone in advance!

    Smiley :)
  3. Thanks SJRM - I'll try not to panic :)
  4. Magda

    Magda War Hero Book Reviewer


    Thanks for this SJRM, it's invaluable! Would you be able to clarify a couple of the acronyms though (stoopid question alert)? What does the (M) stand for in ILOC(M), and what does DD/FF stand for? I would have thought, taking a stab in the dark, that (M) stands for Maritime?

    On a more positive note the rest of the MLAs make complete sense :toothy3:

    Thanks in advance,


    (edited for appalling spelling)
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2011
  5. Magda

    Magda War Hero Book Reviewer

    Thanks, SJRM, much appreciated.


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