July-August 2018 Issue of Army Sustainment Magazine The United States Army | Army Sustainment Magazine

July-August 2018 Army Sustainment

  • Put the Enterprise First In Talent Management AMC Commander Put the Enterprise First In Talent Management

    Talent management is about maximizing the potential of the workforce to meet the needs of the organization.

  • Why Talent Management? It Makes Units Better Army G-4 Why Talent Management? It Makes Units Better

    Talent management allows the Army to improve units and build readiness by having the right individuals for the job.

  • Growing Talent in Tactical Sustainment Leaders Focus Growing Talent in Tactical Sustainment Leaders

    Fort Lee is working to provide the Army with smart, resilient sustainment leaders who are well-equipped to confront today’s challenges.

  • More Than a Number: An Interview With Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands Features More Than a Number: An Interview With Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands

    The deputy chief of staff, G-1, discusses the future of talent management and the impact it will have for logisticians across the Army.

  • The Right Soldier in the Right Place at the Right Time Features The Right Soldier in the Right Place at the Right Time

    The Human Resources Command is working on initiatives to meet Soldiers’ professional needs and preferences and fulfill units’ specific requirements.

  • The Multiple Dimensions of Talent in the Army Reserve Soldier Features The Multiple Dimensions of Talent in the Army Reserve Soldier

    Army Reserve Soldiers’ varied experiences and skill sets increase their ability to solve complex problems and help the Army to win wars.

  • The Unique Talents of Sustainment Warrant Officers Features The Unique Talents of Sustainment Warrant Officers

    Capitalizing on training, education, and professional opportunities will allow sustainment warrant officers to remain the Army’s premier logistics experts.

  • Going Beyond Your Foxhole: An Interview With Command Sgt. Maj. Rodger Mansker Features Going Beyond Your Foxhole: An Interview With Command Sgt. Maj. Rodger Mansker

    The Army’s senior enlisted logistician shares his thoughts on talent management and developing future leaders in logistics.

  • Developing Civilian Leaders in a Complex Sustainment Enterprise Features Developing Civilian Leaders in a Complex Sustainment Enterprise

    The Army Materiel Command develops civilian leaders to lead its extensive Department of the Army workforce and improve the Army’s readiness.

  • Growing the Army’s Bench: An Interview With Retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling Features Growing the Army’s Bench: An Interview With Retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling

    The first commander of initial military training discusses his military and civilian experiences with talent management.

  • Ten Things Field-grade Officers Should Know About Career Progression Commentary Ten Things Field-grade Officers Should Know About Career Progression

    A sustainment officer who was assigned to the Army Human Resources Command provides 10 considerations for officers who want the best career outcomes.

  • Future Company Leaders Learn Through Observation Training & Education Future Company Leaders Learn Through Observation

    The National Training Center has a guest observer-coach/trainer program that provides future company commanders and first sergeants with an opportunity to learn their upcoming roles and responsibilities.

  • Train for Real: Experiential Training in the Basic Officer Leader Department Training & Education Train for Real: Experiential Training in the Basic Officer Leader Department

    Lieutenants at logistics Basic Officer Leader Courses are learning how to support real-world missions through relevant classroom training and realistic field training exercises.

  • The Army Needs a Single Ammunition Management System Tools The Army Needs a Single Ammunition Management System

    The Army uses three systems to manage ammunition during stability and reconstruction operations, but the Standard Army Ammunition System–
    Modernization can do it alone.

  • Mobility Challenges in the European Theater Operations Mobility Challenges in the European Theater

    A reduced movement control force structure, commercial carrier dependence, bureaucracy, and a lack of movement control experience contribute to the difficulty of planning and executing U.S. military movements throughout the European theater.