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Articles from Army Logistician (January 1, 2006)

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'Warrior Medics' get new command. Brief Article 292
A modular medical logistics force: forward distribution teams help mitigate some of the supply distribution problems experienced during early Operation Iraqi Freedom rotations. Brew, Mitchell E.; Fairbanks, Jason M. 1846
Army awards first Demonstrated Logistician designations. Brief Article 242
Army unit wins Phoenix award. Brief Article 159
Asset visibility in the tactical environment: the Army must ensure that its CSS systems are completely interoperable and capable of producing accurate and timely information that is useful in supporting the warfighter. Kingsley, Kevin D. 1936
Centralization of cataloging procedures for nonstandard materiel. Dickson, David A. 2639
Establishing command supply discipline after deployment: after it redeployed to Germany from Iraq, the 440th Signal Battalion spent 9 arduous months reestablishing proper command supply discipline. Rawlings, Anthony L. 995
Force-on-force convoy training: an exercise conducted in the backwoods of Kentucky provided Soldiers of the 626th Brigade Support Battalion with what they would need most in Iraq: confidence. 560
Gun trucks: a Vietnam innovation returns. Dominique, Dean J. 1705
Humvees receive safety upgrades. Brief Article 180
ILE: a new system for CGSC students. Bralley, Neal H. 1887
Information interface improves visibility of air shipments. Brief Article 252
Interim system upgrades improve support until GCSS-Army (F/T) fielding. 358
Intermodal distribution comes of age in Europe. Paun, Mark S. 1246
Joint force logistics: keeping track of forces on the move: the more logisticians know about pinpointing the locations of deployed forces, tracking the supplies en route to them, and monitoring relevant logistics information, the better they can provide support to those forces. Bates, James C. 4590
Joint logistics for the EUCOM AOR--Part II: in his first article in the November-December issue, the author discussed the need for centralized command and control in the U.S. European Command. Here, he describes how this can be accomplished. Kendrick, Randy S. 3628
Modular force design includes traditional numerical designations. 446
Movement control in the brigade area of operations. Stokes, Martin E.; Helferich, Christina A. 1803
NCO Leader Development Course revamped. Brief Article 167
Newest Stryker variant introduced. Brief Article 305
Reset: extending the life of Army equipment: the Reset program administered by the Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Life Cycle Management Command is designed to reverse the effects of combat stress on equipment. Lenaers, William M.; Coryell, Brent D. Cover Story 1066
Safe passage: the 497th Transportation Company's adaptability was tested when it deployed to Iraq with a new mission--convoy security escort. Motschenbacher, Cecilia R. 1653
U.S. forces provide aid to disaster victims. 353

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