LogiCore Remembers the Pearl Harbor Attack 75 years Later

75 years ago today, the Imperial Japanese Navy led a surprise military strike on the Pearl Harbor naval base in Hawaii. Worsening relations between the United States and Japan had finally come to a head, resulting in America’s official entry into World War II. Until December 7, 1941, the United States had been a neutral [...]

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Redstone Update – LogiCore a Gold Sponsor!

HUNTSVILLE, AL – LogiCore was a Gold Sponsor of the annual Redstone Update, held on November 30, 2016. Members of Chamber are invited to hear from Redstone Arsenal’s highest-ranking officials during a series of morning briefings. During the concluding luncheon, Redstone’s newest Commanding General of the Army Materiel Command, General Gus Perna, formally introduced himself [...]

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LogiCore Awarded USD (AT&L) Blanket-Purchase Agreement

HUNTSVILLE AL – LogiCore is one of five awardees for a $900 million Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology and Logistics (USD(AT&L)), Logistics and Materiel Readiness (L&MR) blanket-purchase agreement managed by the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) Acquisition Directorate. With this award, LogiCore will compete for future Call Orders with the Department of Defense (DoD) [...]

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Thank You to Our Veterans and Those That Support Them!

In recognition of Veterans Day, LogiCore will be closed Friday, November 11. November is traditionally a month of giving thanks. And in regards to armed forces, November is a month to recognize those who sacrifice for our country every day—not only with Veterans Day, but with Military Family Month and Veteran Caregiver Month as well. We give [...]

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Happy Birthday United States Marine Corps!

We recognize the United States Marine Corps on its birthday and give thanks for 241 years of service. We also take a look at the official Marine Corps Hymn – the oldest official song of the armed forces. Though no one knows who wrote the lyrics, we do know which points in history the song [...]

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