Logistics Specialist – Instructor-Led Training

  • FL-TF4 1220 Ocoee Apopka Rd, Apopka Fl.


The ILT Logistics Specialist course equips US&R Task Force members with the expertise needed for logistical operations during disasters or planned events. Participants learn key tasks such as support, re-supply, transportation, sustainability, and equipment maintenance. Graduates are prepared to excel as Logistics Specialists within a US&R team.

Throughout the course, participants delve into the core requirements of logistics support, covering essential facets such as resupply, transportation, sustainability, and equipment cache maintenance. By mastering these critical functions, you’ll emerge ready to fulfill the pivotal role of Logistics Specialist within a US&R team.

Our ILT Logistics Specialist course spans 32 hours of immersive face-to-face training. Prior to joining the in-person sessions, students are required to complete the Computer-Based Training (CBT) component, designated as Course Code: 9P4130. This preparatory module, lasting approximately 11 hours, is conveniently hosted by TEEX at no cost to participants.

Elevate your readiness and expertise in disaster response logistics with our comprehensive ILT Logistics Specialist course.


This course requires the prior completion of TEEX Course 9P4130 Computer-Based Training (CBT) component of Logistics Specialist.

Members of FEMA US&R Task Forces should complete the exact same CBT course (Course Code: 9P4130) at www.esf9training.org 

Participants must bring their certificate of completion on the first day of class. Participants that have not completed the CBT portion will be removed from the class.

Participant Must Provide:

  • a photo identification on the first day of class. See the Participant Handbook for approved forms of identification and additional guidelines.
  • Task Force BDU Uniforms/T-shirts for all class days.
  • Valid Driver’s License and current Task Force or Fire Department Identification
  • PPE: Helmet, Safety Glasses, Gloves, Safety Boots, Rain Gear
  • A copy of their Task Force Deployment Transportation Inventory – Filled Out US&R Form 18-4
  • A copy of their Task Force’s Transportation Load Plans for Air & Ground Configuration (NOTE: It is optional to bring this item)
  • A copy of their Task Force’s Base of Operations Plan for Type I and Type III Deployments (printed or digital)
  • A copy of their Task Force’s Mobilization Plan (printed or digital)
  • One Laptop Computer per student
  • One Portable printer and power strip per task force
  • Task Force Equipment Cache Inventory Database on Laptop – No hard copies
  • Small Digital Camera (NOTE: It is optional to bring this item)
  • FEMA Field Operations Guide – September 2003 Edition

Learning Objectives:

  • Administration
  • US&R Cache Packing and Labeling
  • US&R Cache Tracking, Maintenance, and Documentation
  • Base of Operations (BoO)
  • Ground Transportation
  • Final Exercise

Target Audience:

  • Search and Rescue Personnel
  • State Urban Search and Rescue (SUSAR) members
  • US&R Task Force Members
  • Structural Collapse Response Personnel
  • Fire Department Members
  • Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
  • Law Enforcement (LE)
  • Industrial Firefighters (IND)
  • Army and Air National Guard (ANG)
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civilian Support Teams (WMD-CST)
  • CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Packages (CERFP) Teams
  • Homeland Response Forces (HRF)
  • County/State/Federal First Responders
  • Public Health and Health Care Workers
  • MSOC




32 hours of face-to-face training


November 7 – 10, 2024


Florida Task Force 4

1220 Ocoee Apopka Rd

 Apopka Fl 32703


Orlando International Airport (MCO) 


Additional instructors and evaluators TBA and will be added based on student enrollment

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