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Articles from Army Sustainment (March 1, 2013)

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14th HRSC operations in support of the 1st Theater Sustainment Command: while deployed to Kuwait, the 14th Human Resources Sustainment Center embraced human resources core competencies, including manning the force, providing services, coordinating personnel support, and conducting planning. Hunt, Keith W. 1603
Examining decisive action sustainment operations at the task force level: the change from counterinsurgency operations to decisive action operations will require some changes in the way sustainers do business. Dunstan, Sean P. 2134
Global Combat Support System--Army and sustainment 2020. Wyche, Larry D. 1105
How the Army needs to lead transformation in the operational energy campaign. Lachica, Ronaldo M. 2200
Human Resources personnel need to train as they fight: with the planned withdrawal from Afghanistan, HR personnel must find a way to ensure that they maintain an expeditionary mindset. Cheese, Kymila K. 1324
Improving fuel distribution effectiveness in Afghanistan: balancing fuel consumption, capacity, and distribution velocity was essential to meeting the fuel needs of units in Regional Command Capital in Afghanistan. O'Connor, Jeremiah S. 1920
Intelligence support to sustainment operations: lessons learned form the Iraq drawdown: the 1st Theater Sustainment Command relied on daily intelligence sharing across the joint operating area to conduct safe and secure retrograde operations during Operation New Dawn. Blake, Devon; Meacham, Deloye 2219
Last one out turns off the lights: closing a military base during the withdrawal of troops from Iraq. Renteria, Mark A. 2955
Lengthening the tether of fuel in Afghanistan: during its deployment to Afghanistan, the 633rd Quartermaster Group implemented measures to increase efficiences in fuel tracking. Hudak, Kenneth 946
Making the contracting officer part of the logistics career path: the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan identified several shortfalls in contracting on the battlefield. To fix those shortfalls, the Army should accept contracting as a core function and elevate the role of the contracting officer. Karstrom, Timothy W. 1126
MC4 challenges at the National Training Center: Soldiers have been using the Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care system to manage medical information for more than a decade, but training on the system is still being provided by field support representatives. Hardiek, Shawn D. 1520
Modification of the planning process for sustainers part 1: design. Menter, John M.; Terrell, Benjamin A. 2284
Some bold thoughts on a SOC of the future: in this article, the author takes a look at the mission of the sustainment operations center, questions if it should be considered deployable, and makes a case for including resident enduring enablers. McBride-Rentschler, Wendi 1566
The case for a contingency contracting "ONE PASS". Rhone, Jamie M. 603
The next generation: cataloging nonstandard items: as the Army converts logistics functions to Global Combat Support System--Army, Soldiers must understand the strategies for data cleansing, migration, conversion, and fielding. Hylton, LeQuan M. 1713
The ONE PASS model. 342
The operations officer in the BSB. McCulley, Michaele; Arnold, Will; Stoeger, Tony 1113

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