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Articles from Army Sustainment (May 1, 2018)

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A CRISIS Exists: An Easy Mnemonic to Remember the Sustainment Principles. Solseth, Mark; Coryell, Brent 2596
An Environmental Assessment for Maintenance Support Device Version 4: Three units conducted an environmental assessment and collected important data from exposing Maintenance Support Device version 4 prototypes to multiple weather conditions and environmental elements. Becquet, Gary J.; Henry, Adam; Moody, Daniel 1571
Armies That Sustain Themselves Will Win: An Interview With Sgt. Maj. of the Army Daniel Dailey: The Army's senior enlisted Soldier discusses vital topics concerning Army logisticians. Bell, Edward A. Interview 2416
CSSBs Must Prepare for Expeditionary Sustainment: Combat sustainment support battalions must integrate subordinate units and follow a deliberate training path to prepare for a training center rotation. Brito, Gary; LaBrecque, Michael; Fewell, Hughie Eugene, Jr.; Langlinais, Joseph 1327
Forgotten Basics That Enable Decisive Action: To support decisive action battles, logisticians will need to mitigate risk at the operational level by relearning the principles of anticipation, improvisation, and survivability. Chalmers, Doug; Falk, Craig A. 2163
Help Is Here: How to Change Equipment Authorizations: Leaders who recognize problems with their equipment authorizations can implement changes to improve readiness. Kennedy, James L., Jr. 2515
Logistics Innovations and Getting the Basics Right: The Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4, has been making strides to enhance materiel readiness and ensure the availability of logistics support. Sustainers can do many things to assist in these efforts. Piggee, Aundre F. 1512
Managing Money as a Commodity: With help from financial management support operations representatives, expeditionary sustainment commands manage financial resources like they do other battlefield commodities. Cardenas, Jose G. 845
Mission Command in a DSCA Event: The 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command deployed as the sustainment headquarters for defense support of civil authorities events during the relief efforts for Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Mohan, Christopher; Taylor, Patrick E.; Darden, Greg; Johnson, Tammy 1708
Multinational Sustainment Is Essential to the Next Fight: The Multi-Domain Battle environment requires the Army to operate as part of joint, multinational force down to the tactical level. This force will require integrated multinational sustainment of forces. Buzzard, Curtis A.; Dowgielewicz, Steven M., Jr. 2034
On the Road to Awesome: An Interview With Lt. Gen. Charles Luckey: The chief of the Army Reserve discusses some factors the Army should consider in enabling the Reserve to sustain the force. Dilanian, Arpi; Howard, Matthew Interview 2489
Posturing Sustainment Forces for Rotations in Europe: By injecting four logistics considerations into the predeployment planning process, the 32nd Composite Truck Company was able to rapidly deploy and provide transportation and heavy equipment recovery throughout Eastern Europe during a nine-month deployment. DuCharme, Stephen I.; Bramlett, Justin N.; Ferrell, Scott H. 1563
Ready Now: An Interview With Gem Robert B. "Abe" Abrams: FORSCOM's commanding general discusses how the Army is raising its game by improving training, readiness, and mobilization to counter emerging threats and sustain its global commitments. Dilanian, Arpi; Howard, Matthew Interview 2629
Soldiers Must Relearn Expeditionary Skills for the Next Fight: Expeditionary battlefield logistics takes us back to the basic responsibilities of planning, synchronizing, and transporting commodities in support of maneuver commanders. Perna, Gustave "Gus" 497
Support Rehearsals Are Critical for Maneuver Commanders: To understand logistics capabilities and plans, maneuver commanders and their staffs need to schedule, attend, and provide feedback during support rehearsals. Scott, Chad P. 1331
Sustainment at the Forefront in the Future: An Interview with Retired gen. Jhon Campbell: The 34th vice chief of staff of the Army discusses his experiences with sustainment and the importance it will play on tomorrow's battlefield. Dilanian, Arpi; Howard, Matthew Interview 2558
The Logistics Branch Needs More Company-grade KD Assignments: Offering company-grade logistics officers more opportunities to fulfill key developmental requirements will help them stay on track with their career timelines. Amuna, Nicholas 632
The Right Questions for Sustainers to Ask and Answer on toe Battlefield: By answering the right questions, sustainers can provide maneuver forces with the operational reach, prolonged endurance, and freedom of action needed for success on the battlefield. Broadwater, Jeffery D.; Misigoy, Daniel 1281
The Simulation Training Center: Contributing to Army Readiness: A collection of organizations located in the Simulation Training Center at Fort Lee provides training and simulation tools that improve the readiness of sustainment units. Tolliver, Liliana 1923
USAREUR Supports Soldiers Through ACSA Orders: U.S. Army Europe used acquisition and cross-servicing agreement orders during Atlantic Resolve to support forces throughout the region without having to move piles of tactical equipment or build lasting infrastructure. Holt, Ned C. 2217
What FM 3-0 Means for Expeditionary Battlefield Sustainment: Multi-Domain Battle will require sustainers to support independent operations over long distances while focusing on survivability and precision. Hurley, Paul C., Jr.; Coleman, Hugh H. "Hank", III 1255

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