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Articles from Army Sustainment (March 1, 2011)

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A French logistics OMLT in Afghanistan: French operational mentor and liaison teams advise and train Afghan National Army units and help them become more capable of independently securing their nation. Barbe, Christophe 1204
A vision of Army logistics with 20/20 hindsight: what happened to the Revolution in Military Logistics that began in the late 1990s? The events of 9/11 and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan introduced barriers to some changes, but overall progress has been substantial. Stevenson, Mitchell H. 3384
Army hospital shelves paper processes for digital supply system in Afghanistan. 506
Central power solution training course. Grachanin, Daniel R. 585
Cleaning up Contingency Operating Base Adder. Benjamin, James Kennedy 615
Creating a knowledge management culture at the Army Soldier Support Institute: the Army Soldier Support Institute recognized that it needed to improve its knowledge management processes and made the changes necessary to start sharing information more efficiently and effectively. Wilcox, Stephan D. 1305
Enabling the responsible drawdown of forces through the Theater Provided Equipment Planner: a new tool improves the disposition of non-mission-essential equipment by automating the lateral transfer, redistribution, and disposition processes. Wade, Kellie 1392
Functional Area 90 officially replaced by logistics branch as part of logistics officer changes. 498
Item unique identification technology improving asset management. Brown, Pablo A.; Laudan, John E. 1164
Joint Supply Chain Architecture: the Department of Defense has used the Supply Chain Operations Model to develop a method for coordinating and managing supply chain practices across the department and the services. Fletcher, Mary P. 3766
MRAP's future with the Army: the mine-resistant ambush-protected vehicle has proven its worth in Iraq and Afghanistan, prompting leaders to include it in brigade combat team modernization plans. Woodhouse, Dale B. 1207
New warfighter training support packages available from the Army Soldier Support Institute. 433
Now hiring: quality NCOs needed to lead Soldiers: the Army Ordnance School uses the Army Training and Doctrine Command's Cadre Resilience Program to ensure its cadre members are the best they can be. Herron, Sean M. 1457
Operation Victory Sweep continues efforts to use army resources wisely. 285
Operational mentor and liaison teams as a force multiplier: the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Germany provides training for operational mentor and liaison teams from NATO countries working with the Afghan National Army. Jacques, John F. 1628
Packing the largest shipment of the Iraq War. McNealy, Kyle P. 782
Raising mechanic skills to industry standards: the Army needs mechanics with skills beyond those taught in advanced individual training. Private-sector certification programs offer a solution. McCaslin, Matthew R. 1741
Rivers of life, rivers of death: the World War I Mesopotamian Campaign: geographic factors such as mountains, rivers, and climate can help or hinder military operations. A good example of this is the World War I conflict between the British and the Ottoman Turks in what is now Iraq, where rivers in the desert limited offensive flexibility but provided channels for support. Yarborough, Michael 1640
Security assistance from the logistics point of view: the author describes his experience as a logistician assigned to a security assistance office in Afghanistan. Maloney, Daniel M. Personal account 1537
Sustaining the responsible drawdown of forces: following the President's orders to reduce the U.S. military presence in Iraq, U.S. Forces-Iraq has been busy closing bases, retrograding equipment, and transitioning from combat to stability operations. Perna, Gustave F. 1537
Taking oil analysis to Southwest Asia: oil analysis can improve equipment performance and save funds. Mobile laboratories allow the Army to bring this valuable capability to the field. Carney, Jackie E. 1272
Team aids Camp Bucca base closure. Brief article 119
The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us and What We Can Do About It. Ramo, Joshua C. Book review 845
The Army's Functional Concept for Sustainment. Hodge, James L. 815
Training ammunition supply Soldiers while deployed. Zagraniski, Theodore L.; Carr, Gary N. 3489
Vehicle recovery training at JMRC: the Joint Multinational Readiness Center has established a program to teach unit personnel to conduct recovery operations in a combat environment. Hoffman, Derek W. 2114

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