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Articles from Army Sustainment (September 1, 2012)

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A case for change in the management of class V. Perna, Gustave F.; Abney, Stephen D. 4084
A casualty liaison team prepares for deployment. Ross, Eric L. 812
AMMPS fielding is underway in Afghanistan. Brief article 178
An enlisted Soldier graduates from the Theater Logistics Planners Program. McCarthy, David J. 768
Army Sustainment editor retires. Brief article 106
CASCOM--a key player in the Network Integration Evaluation process. Wyche, Larry D. 1119
Commercial vendor services and disbursing situational training exercise: to prepare for its deployment to Afghanistan, a finance detachment of the 13th expeditionary sustainment command developed a training event that simulated the daily business it could expect to conduct in the theater. Borman, John R. 1238
Focus on proper electrical equipment use. Simmonds, Barry W. Letter to the editor 226
Lean Six Sigma project improves inventory planning for cartridge and propellant actuated devices. 478
Logistics training at the Joint Readiness Training Center: assignment as an "observer, coach, trainer" at the Joint Readiness Training Center provides opportunities to mentor deploying units and receive professional development training. Reyes, Julio J. 1048
Making BCS3 work in a deployed environment: units planning to use BCS3 in a deployed environment may find it to be a far greater challenge than expected. Soldiers of the 310th expeditionary sustainment command learned this in 2011 as they supported Operation New Dawn. Poland, David A. 2280
Mass Atrocity Response Operations Handbook now available for military planners. Brief article 190
Medical logistics in Regional Command North: during its deployment to Afghanistan, the 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team's brigade medical supply office implemented a number of changes to medical supply operations to improve the medical services offered to troops in Regional Command North. Frise, Marilyn M. 1557
Medical Museum reopens. Brief article 102
Planning and executing battalion training and certification: responding to the direction and vision of the commander of the 13th expeditionary sustainment command, Brigadier General Terence J. Hildner, the 49th Transportation Battalion developed a frame and certification program for companies and smaller units deploying to Afghanistan. Evans, Lillard D. 951
Power User Conference highlights up and coming technologies. Conference notes 115
Property accountability challenges in a Headquarters Company. Huff, Blake K. 749
Rapidly returning the global response force: the 407th brigade support battalion competently redeployed the 2d Brigade, 82d Airborne Division, from Operation Unified Response in Haiti by planning, rehearsing, and communicating well with all of the units involved in the mission. Shatzkin, Matthew 3714
Redefining the future of Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities: the Army is developing new multifunctional maintenance complexes to meet the demands of the 21st century. Abou-El-Seoud, Nadia; Howell, Ravin 1560
Redistribution property assistance team academy mobilizes to train deploying Soldiers. 301
Skill identifiers are approved for capability developers. 289
Split-based level II medical support operations: a medical company deployed to Afghanistan used split-based operations to successfully provide medical care for Soldiers spread across Regional Command North. Kane, Erica L. 1223
Supply support activity operations in Regional Command North: working with Afghan locals and using liaison officers allowed a brigade support battalion's distribution company to support all of its customers while maintaining property accountability. Chermer, Sean M. 1256
Sustainment battalion Convoy Protection Platform Gunnery: sustainment units often must provide their own protection for supply convoys but seldom are trained to do so. Using a new convoy protection training circular, the 49th Transportation Battalion (Movement Control) conducted gunnery training before deploying to Afghanistan. Brooks, Tiffiney N. 3704
The case against a cargo unmanned aircraft system: would the military really benefit from the procurement of an unmanned aircraft system specifically designed for delivering supplies to troops in remote and dangerous locations? Betson, Andrew P. 1461
The enlisted aide program and training: a course at the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence instructs current and future enlisted aides on their duties and arms them with the knowledge needed to address situations that are not clear cut. Cochran, Julianne E. 2088
The impact of logistics on the British defeat in the Revolutionary War. McCoy, Eric A. 2434
The road to Sayed: lessons learned from a recovery operation in northern Afghanistan. Fair, Andrew J.; Messina, Philip 3545
Training and certification for convoy escort teams: after plans for a Quartermaster Company to deploy to Afghanistan to provide convoy security changed, the unit continued preparations for a gunnery exercise to certify crews for convoy protection platforms. Frembling, Jeffrey B. 2367
Training and certifying companies for C2CRE and GRF missions. Daley, Mark D. 749

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