Printer Friendly

Articles from Army Sustainment (March 1, 2017)

1-22 out of 22 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
A realistic and relevant medic training program. Erbland, Edward M. 1059
Back to the fundamentals: an interview with Lt. Gen. Joseph Anderson. Dilanian, Arpi; Howard, Matthew Interview 1991
Building tomorrow's leaders by design: to prepare for complex and ambiguous environments, the Army must create ideal leaders, put the right people in the right places, change the curriculum paradigm, and transform the instructional environment. Heussner, Todd A. 2975
Determining the purpose of an ISB for airborne operations. Gleason, Joel P.; Brock, Gary 2352
Developing sustainment leaders for the future fight: understanding the contributions of expeditionary logistics to warfighting formations could make the difference between winning and losing the next fight. Gamez, Adrian; Price, Matthew A. 1174
Financial management and human resources warfighter training support packages: warfighter training support packages give financial management and human resources soldiers the tools to accomplish their wartime missions. Bustamante, Alejandro 395
Management versus command: commanders should be wary of the way that the Army has exchanged intuitive command processes for systems-engineering thinking. Paparone, Christopher R.; Topic, George L., Jr. 668
Preparing our sustainment noncommissioned officers: to be ready for greater responsibilities, noncommissioned officers must be exposed to the many facets of global sustainment. Sims, James K. 633
Protecting the tail of the tiger: reshaping the way we train logistics. Michelena, Travis 1395
Realism versus "range-ism": using surface danger zones to plan convoy live fires. Velez, Emanuel; Brown, Frederick 1590
Streamlining composite truck companies: lessons learned from one composite truck company may help soldiers make the best use of this massive transportation unit. Steigman, Joseph B. 2146
Submissions. 394
Sustainment leaders can benefit from geospatial intelligence: geospatial intelligence can help sustainment leaders at all levels plan reception staging, onward movement, and integration operations. Harrell, Michael S. 773
Sustainment training enablers to enhance army readiness. Williams, Darrell K.; Born, Kevin M. 1790
Tactical-level sustainment training: the director of training for the Army G-3/5/7 lays out five training challenges to make sustainment units better. Matlock, Patrick E. 1318
The next evolution of army training. Piggee, Aundre F. 1184
The Sustainment Training Center: The Army National Guard's premiere sustainment training capability: the Sustainment Training Center provides tailored, integrated, and scalable sustainment training that aligns with each commander's specific priorities. Babb, David E. 1850
Training needs to change when conditions change: an interview with retired Lt. Fen. Chris Christianson: after training thousands of sustainers during his 37-year career, a retired logistics general discusses training management and logistics transformation. Dilanian, Arpi; Howards, Matthew Interview 2537
Training: the foundation of success: to provide units with the best training, commanders must assess risk, prioritize resources, plan training tasks, and capture lessons learned. Perna, Gustave "Gus" 440
Turning logistics lieutenants into multifunctional leaders: no matter what type of unit logistics lieutenants are first assigned to, the recently updated basic officer leader courses at Fort Lee, Virginia, will prepare them for the challenge. Strange, Alan M.; Smay, Samantha L. 1399
Where the NCO professional development system began. Davenport, David S., Sr. 1062
Writing for Army Sustainment. 277

Terms of use | Privacy policy | Copyright © 2020 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters