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Articles from Army Logistician (July 1, 2009)

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Army Training Network launched. Brief article 210
Contracting agility in LOGCAP-Kuwait: to end fraud and waste in contracting and improve support to Soldiers, the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program in Kuwait has expanded its responsibilities beyond supporting the LOGCAP contract. Haraburda, Scott S.; Bloom, Frances A.; Keck, Robert T. 3108
Earning a graduate degree at ILE: intermediate-level education students now can earn a master's degree in supply chain management and logistics from the University of Kansas while they attend the Army Command and General Staff College. Jackson, Willis F., Jr.; Leonard, Gerald J.; Smith, Gina 1283
Executing offensive logistics: the 168th Brigade Support Battalion trained its Soldiers to anticipate requirements, solve problems, take the initiative, and aggressively support the warfighter. Heussner, Todd A. 1890
Field Manual (FM) 3-05.140, Army Special Operations Forces Logistics. Book review 111
Field Manual Interim (FMI) 4-93.2, The Sustainment Brigade. Book review 174
First army laboratory recertified under new ISO standards. Brief article 149
FM 7-15, The Army Universal Task List. Book review 264
Fort Bragg team tops army culinary arts competition. Recipe 342
Human resources modularity tested in Iraq. Wulf, Xarhva 2898
Iraqi vehicles used stateside to train soldiers against IED attacks. Brief article 280
It's a transportation movement "release". Howard, Lowell E., Jr. Letter to the editor 157
Joint Publication (JP) 3-29, Foreign Humanitarian Assistance. Book review 150
Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation. Cunningham, William A. Book review 807
Lightweight modular causeway system: logistics advanced concept technology demonstration. Deming, Margaret A. 1325
Logisticians are sustainers, not targeters. MacCuish, Donald A. 1507
MRAP vehicles sealifted to CENTCOM reach the 10,000 mark. Brief article 142
No belts required: the advantages and limitations of statistical quality control. Fuqua, Donovan O. 3001
Over there: army expeditionary forces logistics in World War I. Barnes, Alexander F. 3095
Personnel services delivery redesign. Nichols, Christopher B. 878
Pit crew maintenance in the brigade support battalion. King, Troy K. 1948
Planning initial reset for brigade combat teams. Tomasetti, Jason 780
Professional networking website started for ammo community. Brief article 284
Supply support activity construction standard approved. 151
Sustainment commands need improved MTOEs. Fitzsimmons, Aaron P. 572
Sustainment-centric intelligence. Larkin, Gregory 2949
Technology and daily management help CRSPs move cargo: the author lays out the tools used by the 1st Sustainment Brigade central receiving and shipping point to manage and move cargo throughout Iraq. Johnson, Nadine S. 1111
The 1st Sustainment Brigade's contract coordination cell: contracting for support has become a fact of life on the battlefield. But many Soldiers and leaders do not have their first experience with contracting until they arrive in theater. The 1st Sustainment Brigade found that changes in organization and training are needed to meet the challenges of contracting. Caudill, John R. 2610
The critical role of shower, laundry, and clothing repair teams. Machado, James C. 1644
The Joint Logistics Analysis Tool: the Army is developing a tool to make detailed logistics forecasts for several classes of supply. The Joint Logistics Analysis Tool will predict sustainment requirements and help logistics planners make better informed decisions. Cloutier, Peter J.; Frank, Brian K. 2044
The Second Battle of the Marne. Johnson, Douglas V. Book review 682
TRANSCOM merging Army and Air Force port and terminal systems. Brief article 197
TRANSCOM strategic plan will guide deployment and distribution missions. Brief article 242
Transformation of finance operations: with Army transformation, finance operations have become a sustainment function. When the 1st Sustainment Brigade deployed to Iraq in 2007, it was in the process of learning how best to provide financial support in a modular organization. Buchholz, Thomas A.; Ward, Nicole M.; Bakie, James R. 2654

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