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Articles from Army Sustainment (January 1, 2011)

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A battalion in Italy supports humanitarian disaster relief around the world: an Army pre-positioned stocks unit has a unique additional mission: supporting the U.S. Agency for International Development with supplies for disaster relief operations. Kistler, Michael; Wittmer, Fred; King, Jennifer 1358
Advice to a new sustainment planner at the brigade command post: the author provides a working list of questions that planners need to answer to ensure that they are meeting the needs of the unit. This list offers guidance for company-grade officers and noncommissioned officers coordinating the military decisionmaking process at the brigade command post. Long, Kenneth 2715
Army chief of staff proposes changes to balance the Army for a second decade of persistent conflict. Brief article 218
Army Lean Six Sigma Excellence Awards announced. List 198
Army Logistics University names new building. 316
Army Reserve units receive first new line-haul tractor trucks. Brief article 251
Army Soldier Enhancement Program: the Army's Soldier Enhancement Program evaluates commercially available items that meet soldiers' needs. House, Thomas B., II; Strunk, Raymond E. 1101
Correction. Correction notice 129
Defense freight car operations yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Gounley, George 4112
Department of the Army. Hodge, James L. Letter to the editor 380
From the swamp to the high ground and back the education and development of military logistics professionals should focus less on standard solutions to logistics scenarios and more on reflective practice. Paparone, Christopher R.; Topic, George L. 4254
Into Africa: natural fire 10: U.S. Army Africa recently conducted Natural Fire 10, a multinational exercise in Uganda, and successfully overcame logistics problems that were complicated by cultural differences. Johnston, Todd L. 2458
Logistics Common Operating Environment featured in interactive guide. Brief article 150
Making training development processes more efficient through Lean Six Sigma. Copley, Donald D, Jr. 2369
Medical logistics at the Salang Pass avalanche: medical logistics personnel responded quickly to an avalanche that occurred in Afghanistan last winter and used their lessons learned to create plans for responding to future disasters. VanVactor, Jerry D.; Donovant, Jason; Dinh-Truong, Michael 3541
New Adjutant General's Corps courses launched. 488
OMMS advanced rifle marksmanship training: the Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School developed a program to improve soldiers' marksmanship skills. Miller, Matthew C. 884
Preparing the Iraqi Federal Police Sustainment Brigade for the future: the transition team working with the Iraqi Federal Police Sustainment Brigade had an interesting challenge: to teach police officers who were not logisticians how to execute a logistics operation. Groulx, Henry S. 1736
Radical change needed in ammunition procurement. Schorr, Thomas S., Jr. 809
Recently published. 283
Strategic Landpower Essay contest announced. Brief article 147
Sustainment SRM: why the Army is uniquely positioned to benefit. McIntosh, James D.; Selter, Jonathan 2375
Sustainment technologies for BCT modernization: as the Army undertakes a brigade combat team modernization program, new technologies can improve sustainment of both the current and future forces. Hosmer, Thomas 1474
Telemaintenance: transferring knowledge to the field: in the current operational environment, the German Army needs a way to exchange maintenance information and provide expertise to soldiers in the field, regardless of time or geographical distance. Its solution is a system known as "telemaintenance.". Pokorny, Erich 1884
Terrain analysis for non-engineers: knowledge of the terrain of an upcoming operation is critical to planning. The author suggests several websites and agencies that can help sustainers to gain this knowledge. Green, Damian A. 979
Testing the capabilities of the HEMTT wrecker: an FSC in Iraq tested the capabilities of its wreckers through a variety of heavy-duty missions. Teplis, Jeffrey 771
The 377th Theater Sustainment Command deployment/redeployment coordination cell in Haiti: transporting military units from Haiti once their services are no longer needed requires careful coordination. The 377th Theater Sustainment Command is responsible for ensuring that all U.S. military units that deploy to Haiti return quickly and safely. Perez, Michael J. 1196
The Army band officer lifecycle: a small contingent of commissioned Army band officers lead elite units that use music to support the Army's mission. Keene, Jim R. 1792
The Army Profession of Arms Campaign: a year of dialog after a decade of conflict. 722
Training a Combat Sustainment Support Battalion: the Distributive Battle Simulation Program helped a Virginia Army National Guard sustainment unit go from home station to the battlefield. Menter, John M. 1552

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