Assistant Area Commander, Logistics
The Assistant Area Commander, Logistics (ACLC) is responsible for ordering, prioritizing, and allocating logistical resources among multiple Incident Management Teams (IMT) in an assigned area or on single, large-scale incidents/events, based upon Area Command priorities and objectives. Area Command may be established when oversight direction is required to ensure that resource allocation conflicts do not arise among the IMTs. The ACLC reports to the Area Commander (ACDR) and works in the Logistics functional area.
An Area Command organization is normally small with personnel assigned to the Command, Planning, and Logistics functions. Depending on the complexity of the interface between the incidents, specialists in other areas, such as aviation, hazardous materials, environment, and finance, may also be assigned to Area Command.