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Articles from Army Sustainment (September 1, 2017)

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A sustainment quick reaction force to support train, advise, and assist operations: the 518th Sustainment Brigade created an organization to fill gaps in operational contract support and sustainment to support train, advise, and assist efforts in Afghanistan. Boehm, William D.; Sanders, Tyrone D., Jr. 962
Building an expeditionary Army for the future. Crowder, Alvin; Brown, Charlie 1786
Changing the culture to set the theater: the Transportation Corps needs a change in culture to set the theater for future operations and maintain readiness. Evans, Lillard D. 989
End-use monitoring is the key to success in foreign military sales: ensuring items are used appropriately by the intended recipients is an important part of making sure foreign military sales work as intended. Little, Thomas D. 2080
Establishing Europe's Army pre-positioned stocks: Atlantic Resolve is changing the way the Army stores and distributes pre-positioned equipment. Honeycutt, Rodney H.; Bezold, Richard A.; Dothager, Robin T. 1241
Expeditionary Human Resources Sustainment: From theater committed to theater expeditionary. Seifert, Thomas; Suarez-Morales, Marcos 1330
Force projection and force reception doctrine update: the combined arms support command is revising doctrine and training in order to operationalize force projection and force reception policies. Hurley, Paul C., Jr. 2300
Increasing proficiency with the command post exercise--functional. Sickles, Steven J. 1139
LCOP: A shared understanding in an expeditionary environment: maintaining a logistics common operational picture is critical to sustaining a Brigade Combat Team in a decisive action or expeditionary environment. Crawford, Adam; Finch, Anthony 1373
Logistics, maneuver commanders, and the customer experience: focusing on the customer experience helped a forward support company to provide responsive support to maneuver units. Wilson, Chase 802
Pacific Pathways: Maintaining freedom of maneuver through reception, staging, and onward movement. Burr, Kit D.; Clark, Sharina N.; Hernandez, Joel A.; Tyus, Courtney V. 1618
Reception and integration of an ABCT through theater intermediate staging bases: the 16th Special Troops Battalion used seven intermediate staging bases to receive armored brigade combat team units and speedily prepare them tor Atlantic Resolve. Ketz, Brian J.; Miles, Christopher L.; Kowalski, Evan T.; Uribe-Huitron, Johnathon A. 2115
Setting the African Theater: the Department of Defense has tapped the 79th Theater Sustainment Command to become the senior logistics integrator for U.S. Africa Command. Palzer, Mark; Machak, Joel M. 2029
Setting the theater in the Middle East: logisticians from the 1st Theater Sustainment Command execute a deliberate process to set the theater in the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. Walker, Flem B. "Donnie", Jr.; Egan, Mike; Kacmar, Keith M. 2123
Soldiers are from Mars, contractors are from Jupiter. Kennedy, James L. 1483
The 21st TSC's maintenance terrain walk program: if designed and implemented properly, a maintenance terrain walk can drastically increase long-term readiness. Smith, Aaron T. 1693
The art and science of setting a theater: An interview with retired Lt. Gen. Raymond Mason: when it comes to setting a theater, this retired sustainer with 35 years of experience suggests, "do not reinvent the wheel.". Dilanian, Arpi; Howard, Matthew Interview 2938
The final strategic objectives. Perna, Gustave "Gus" 656
The OSD Logistics Fellows Program: A glimpse from above: the office of the secretary of defense offers field-grade officers and civilian equivalents the opportunity to participate in a fellowship that explores logistics and policy at the national level. Jerkatis, Bryan L. 620
Training lessons learned by a field artillery forward support company: the lessons learned by one unit supporting a field artillery battalion during a culminating training exercise could improve training and operations for other forward support companies. Asendio, Andrea 1107
When time is not on our side: the Army must consider how to save time in order to allow units to deploy faster. Piggee, Aundre F. 1502

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