The mission of the Logistics Command is to prepare units and logistics institutions for military logistics policies, as well as provides all the necessary logistics support during peacetime and war military operations.
The Logistics Command, as a unit of command, conception and execution, is in charge of combat readiness and mobilization, preparing and using forces and logistics means during peacetime and war under the direction of the Chief of National Army Main Staff, National Army Commander. The Command plans, purchases and distributes goods within troops to assist the basic activities of the Armed Forces. It also organizes and keeps the records of weapons, military technical equipment, missiles, ammunition, and other technical means and supplies, including sources that have a negative impact on the environment.
The Logistics Command defends the interests of the National Army in its dealings with central and local public administration, foreign military organizations and bodies, as well as other international organizations, in compliance with the legislation in force.
The Logistics Command includes: the Staff, Directorate of Weapons (Department of Weapons and Ammunition and the Department of Vehicles and Armored Supply), Service Supply Directorate (Food Supply Department, Equipment Supply Department and Fuel and Lubricant Supply Department), Infrastructure Management Department, Technical and Asset Supply Department, Communications and Information Supply Department, Ecology and Environment Protection Department and Medical Logistics Department.