The concept of Military Support Point was based on a memorandum from the Office of the Undersecretary, Department of National Defense dated 22 February 1966, Subject: Establishment of Military Area Supply Points (MASP), and SOP #3 GHQ, AFP dated 06 September 1966, Subject: Implementation of Military Area Support Point Concept.
Pursuant to GO #325 GHQ, AFP dated 18 April 1966, the administrative and operational control of MASP created under this concept will be under the Philippine Army.
On 11 July 1972, the AFPSC was designated as AFP Logistics Center (Sec GO #36 GHQ, AFP dated 27 July 1972. On the same General Order, the MASP's were designated Military Support Points (MSP's) and transferring its administrative and operational control from PA to AFP Logsitics Center. On 01 August 1973, the III Military Support Point based in Cebu CIty is organized as a provincial unit.
On 01 April 1978, pursuant to section 1 GO #6 HAFPLC dated 03 March 1978, III MSP was redesignated as VII MSP.
On 01 July 1979, Forward Support Point, Iloilo City was activated and placed under the direction, control and supervision of VII MSP.
On 06 August 1981, the 1st FSP, VII MSP, AFPLC stationed at Iloilo City was deactivated pursuant to GO# 105 AFPLC dated 05 November 1981.
On 01 June 1982, FSP, VII MSP based in Iloilo City was reactivated.
In line with the regionalization of MSPs of AFPLC and the creation of Regional Unified Commands (RUCs), the 1st FSP. VII MSP was upgraded to VI MSP pursuant to Section 2m GO #38, HAFPLC dated 05 July 1983.
On 01 February 1992, VI MSP was absorbed by the Philippine Army pursuant to Para 2, GO #120, HPA dated 18 February 1992. Then, on the same date, the VI MSP was renamed to 6th Forward Service Support Unit, organic to Service Support Brigade, PA (now ASCOM).