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Articles from Army Logistician (May 1, 2009)

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Added combat multipliers. Heath, Randy S. 1430
Advances in property accountability training. Dickson, David A. 922
AMC repair parts supply chain. LaFalce, John T. 3734
Army Combat Readiness and Safety Center launches new online tools. Brief article 130
Army logistics knowledge management and SALE: relevance and recommendations: this article, the third of a three-part series on Army logistics knowledge management and the Single Army Logistics Enterprise, discusses the relevance of SALE to Army logistics KM and recommends a logistics KM framework for the Army. Anderson, Nicholas J. Case study 2551
Army researches unmanned ground vehicle for convoy operations. Brief article 146
Center of Military History seeks Global War on Terrorism stories. 183
Centralized repairs reduce soldier readiness. Delisi, James T. Brief article 194
COB Speicher CRSP and container operations. Wheaton, Cody J. 1489
Customer feedback improves outlook of DOD distribution process owner. Brief article 246
Expeditionary sustainment command first to deploy to Afghanistan. Brief article 103
Finding a solution for tomorrow's property book officer. Lockhart, Joel 660
First intermediate systems acquisition course held in Southwest Asia. Brief article 162
Fit offers degree with a concentration in humanitarian and disaster relief. Brief article 267
Joint Chiefs of Staff release Capstone concept for joint operations. 390
Last landmine containing VX nerve agent destroyed. Brief article 118
Lean Six Sigma Logistics: Strategic Development to Operational Success. Long, Ken Book review 839
Logistics strategies for planning the presidential inauguration: supporting the inauguration of the President provided a unique exercise in logistics planning and execution for personnel drawn from all the services. Paone, Christopher L.; Kossick, William 2353
Medical logistics transformation in Korea. Colonel, James G.; Slade, Thomas C.; Sloniker, David L. 2136
Medical logistics: notes from Iraq. Franklin, J. Mack 2248
Modularity and logistics: the Army is working to provide technologies that better protect Soldiers in the theater of operations. These new technologies will also help keep logistics Soldiers safer while they conduct convoys. Redding, Matthew D. 2718
Neighborhood electric vehicles drive Army toward energy independence. Brief article 211
Operational contract support course. Brief article 194
Post production software support: post production software support provides logistics support for maintaining and further developing the operational capability of Army systems. But what is post production software support, and how does it affect the cost of operating the systems? Gutlerber, Marc W. 1737
Protecting our logistics assets: a look to the (near) future: the Army is working to provide technologies that better protect Soldiers in the theater of operations. These new technologies will also help keep logistics Soldiers safe while conducting convoys. Rew, Scott A. 2144
Recently published doctrine. 461
Reflections on a battlefield staff ride. Clark, Adrian C. 2182
TARDEC tests new technology at exercise Cobra Gold 2009. Brief article 174
The case for an S-8 for the brigade combat learn. Gudehus, Keith; Smith, Gina 1415
The Supply for Tomorrow Must Not Fail: The Civil War of Captain Simon Perkins, Jr., a Union Quartermaster. Boyce, Allan S. Book review 766
Top Flite: how one BSB secured logistics convoys in Iraq: while preparing for deployment to Operation Iraqi Freedom 06-08, the 26th Brigade Support Battalion used a "Top Flite" security platoon to provide convoy security. Weinerth, Mark J.; page, Timothy N. 2799
Unified view: improving distribution and deployment: the U.S. Transportation Command, the U.S. Joint Forces Command, and the Defense Logistics Agency collaborate to streamline the development of ways to fill capability gaps. Gray, John 1325
Upcoming events. Calendar 163
Where's my stuff? The Asset Visibility system provides Department of Defense logisticians with timely and accurate information on the location and status of personnel and equipment. Gulledge, Roy E. 2055

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