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Maintaining momentum through refuel on the move: the 1st armored division provides lessons learned from conducting refuel on the move operations for the first time since operation desert storm. Grayham, Leslie A. Jan 1, 2016 2078
Air Force ISR operations: hunting versus gathering. Deptula, Dave; Francisco, Mike Dec 22, 2010 2551
Answers: what you need: when you need it. Mar 22, 2010 570
Analysis connection. Gage, Thomas Mar 22, 2010 1806
528th Sustainment Brigade: providing for the force. Nov 1, 2009 557
Introducing the logistics branch. Chart Jul 1, 2007 1370
Valuable resources! Bailey, Denise A. Jun 1, 2006 332
Reaffirming your command maintenance program. Mccoy, Eric A. May 1, 2006 1914
Saber FLE in Iraq: the 1st Infantry Division Support Command had to support a cavalry squadron located far from its usual support battalion. The solution was to task-organize a forward logistics element. Catanese, Peter A.; Ford, Samuel J., III Sep 1, 2005 1192
Berlin Airlift: logistics, humanitarian aid, and strategic success: the Berlin Airlift is remembered as a symbol of American resolve in the early years of the Cold War, but it also demonstrated the power of logistics in attaining a strategic objective. Tine, Gregory C. Sep 1, 2005 1630
Protecting Army vehicles and their personnel from attack by improvised explosive devices, rocket propelled grenades, and heavy-caliber machineguns has become a priority mission in Iraq. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 182
Multinational command CIF equips Iraqi security forces. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 328
Two Soldiers from the 536th Maintenance Company, 17th Corps Support Battalion (CSB), 917th Corps Support Group, 1st Corps Support Command, repair a high-mobility, multipurpose, wheeled vehicle that was recovered after it was damaged by an improvised explosive device during a combat logistics patrol in Iraq. Brief Article Sep 1, 2005 133
Field maintenance shortfalls in brigade support battalions: during peacetime, FSBs and BSBs do not have enough maintenance personnel to meet maintenance requirements. The author suggests augmenting the battalions with civilian mechanics to alleviate this shortfall. Swift, James B. Sep 1, 2005 2101
Developing a concept for joint distribution: Department of Defense logistics experts are developing a concept of how joint logistics distribution will be conducted from 2015 to 2025. McTague, Mark; Houck, Roger Jul 1, 2005 2170
When the Air Force needs a lift: the 1107th Aviation Classification and Repair Activity Depot had a problem: how to load AOAP lab vans with low ground clearance onto Air Force transports. The solution was to change the angle of the loading ramp. Lanning, Robert M. Jul 1, 2005 805
JNN: reorganizing to bridge gaps in communication. Johnson, Byron G. Jun 22, 2005 2487
Georgia National Guard's 48th BCT's logisticians train at NTC with CSS VSAT/CAISI before deployment to Iraq. Larsen, Stephen Jun 22, 2005 857
LARs: always training the next group of soldiers. Jun 22, 2005 1353
Defense Logistics Agency. Lippert, Keith W. Apr 1, 2005 643
USTRANSCOM. Handy, John W. Apr 1, 2005 539
Surface Deployment and Distribution Command (SDDC). Fletcher, Charles, Jr. Apr 1, 2005 591
US Army Directorate for Force Projection and Distribution. Gainey, Kathleen M. Apr 1, 2005 483
Army Materiel Command. Griffin, Benjamin S. Apr 1, 2005 449
US Marine Corps Strategic Mobility Division. Usher, Edward G. Apr 1, 2005 459
US Navy Naval Supply Systems Command. Stone, Daniel H. Apr 1, 2005 410
Innovative Logistics Techniques, Inc. (INNOLOG). Brief Article Apr 1, 2005 97
Army Business Initiative Council approves latest round of initiatives. Mar 1, 2005 346
"Forward Group Oscar": reports for Unique Duty: over 400 Navy Reservists mobilized to support first-ever customs inspection mission. Randazzo, Mike Mar 1, 2005 572
Life-cycle management: reducing the burden on the soldier: the life-cycle management command initiative is changing how the army's technology, acquisition, and sustainment activities function. What does this change mean for the soldier in the field? Pillsbury, James H. Mar 1, 2005 2158
Nonstandard logistics sustainment support in the Stryker brigade combat teams: the development of Stryker brigade combat teams has led to several innovations in supporting nonstandard equipment. Alderete, Gregory L. Mar 1, 2005 2473
UltraLog: securing logistics information on the battlefield: sustaining highly maneuverable forces on a rapidly changing, noncontiguous battlefield requires an agile logistics command and control system. But can such a system prevent compromise of its data by a determined adversary? Workman, James C. Mar 1, 2005 2728
Transportation challenges in Afghanistan. Blanchfield, Mark K. Mar 1, 2005 2270
Corps distribution center operations in Iraq. Jones, Bret D.; Schuster, Emmett C. Mar 1, 2005 3478
The role of Britain's 17 Port and Maritime Regiment in force projection. Robinson, Lyndon M. Mar 1, 2005 2207
The reality of the single-fuel concept. Le Pera, Maurice E. Mar 1, 2005 2386
Rapid fielding initiative speeds gear to troops. Brief Article Mar 1, 2005 296
AUSA meeting provides forum for logistics leaders. Jan 1, 2005 567
Combat health support in the Army's first Stryker Brigade. Doboszenski, Scot A. Cover Story Jan 1, 2005 3013
Sustainment command and casualty capacity. Nolan, David L. Jan 1, 2005 1070
Joint medical logistics in Kuwait. Sparano, Paul R. Jan 1, 2005 2877
Feeding the soldiers in Iraq. Pavek, Michael K. Jan 1, 2005 1310
An 'opportune lift' showcases joint logistics capabilities. Marcus, Jonathan D. Jan 1, 2005 1681
Transforming joint logistics information management: changes underway in the Department of Defense are saving billions of dollars while transforming the way the Government and the commercial sector exchange logistics-related information. Bates, James C. Jan 1, 2005 3247
Relearning lessons learned. Walker, Glenn W. Jan 1, 2005 1718
The logistics convoy: a combat operation: by building their own gun trucks, the soldiers of the 548th Corps Support Battalion no longer had to depend on outside units for security. Rossi, Daniel T. Jan 1, 2005 1649
Base closure assistance. Schorr, Thomas S. Jan 1, 2005 685
Matson makes large liner service move of unit equipment. Sep 22, 2004 363
Acquisition & logistics excellence: an internet listing tailored to the professional acquisition workforce; surfing the net. Sep 1, 2004 1756
Multilingual logistics tool available. Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 132
Web-based system notifies users of publication changes. (News). Brief Article Jul 1, 2003 201
Senior Leadership Advisory Council and the genesis of the Supply Corps vision and guiding principles. Benson, Andy Mar 1, 2003 1996
RADM Bird graduates 4th Battalion, witnesses new milestone in the Supply Corps. (From the Schoolhouse). Mar 1, 2003 243

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