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Call for Submissions: Army Sustainment is seeking articles on techniques, tactics and procedures; emerging trends; lessons learned; and other experiences.

The editorial staff from Army Sustainment is seeking submissions from the community.

As with all content submitted to Army Sustainment, it should be sustainment focused, provide professional development information, and should not contain any classified or sensitive information.

Submissions should be well-developed narrative articles and can be opinions, techniques, tactics and procedures (TTPs), lessons learned, exploration of new technologies or emerging trends, or other similar content of a valuable nature to fellow sustainers.

General public affairs style coverage or content on units, exercises, initiatives and events that do not otherwise hold additional professional development value are typically not as strong as those submissions that offer real, actionable sustainment information.

The topic for the next issue of Army Sustainment is Allies and Partners, and articles on the subject should focus on the interaction between U.S. Army sustainment and partner nations and their militaries.

The deadline for complete submissions, including author bio forms and permission to publish forms, is no later than Nov. 10, 2019.

Subjects could include TTPs for multinational sustainment operations, lessons learned from international exercises, or commentary or opinion on emerging trends in multinational and coalition sustainment communities.

All submissions should be reviewed for operational security, and should contain no classified information.

While the editorial staff here at Army Sustainment do conduct our own review and editorial process and have authority to approve content submitted to us for public release, we recommend at least some basic professional coordination between the submitting author and their organization's public affairs or public information office, especially for U.S. personnel working in NATO or other multinational organizations.

Army Sustainment chooses new topics for each bulletin and accepts contributions from sustainment field. Check out our social media, including our page on Facebook, to learn about upcoming topics.

For information on how to submit your article, visit

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Date:Oct 1, 2019
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