The Army G–4 staff has undertaken a number of expeditionary-focused initiatives to improve the Army’s ability to set theaters and meet global requirements. Download this article.
The Army’s “set the theater” core competency helps to shape the operational environment, deter aggression, and establish the conditions necessary for carrying out strategic and theater plans. Download this article.
Not knowing how targeting and sustainment affect each other can hinder operational reach and endurance and put lives in danger. Download this article.
Many of the successful modern military logistics adaptations are attributable to timely response to what is happening now rather than in response to unreliable narratives aimed at predicting the future. Download this article.
The author provides lessons learned by the 3rd Cavalry Regiment as it prepared Tactical Base Shank in eastern Afghanistan for closure. Download this article.
The Department of Transportation is a critical enabler of civilian transportation for the Department of Defense during peacetime and contingency operations. Download this article.
Brigade logistics support teams provide direct support to the warfighter by integrating Army Materiel Command capabilities into brigade operations. Download this article.
The fielding of Global Combat Support System–Army has changed the way the Army manages bill of materials data. Download this article.
Following “The Army Vision: Strategic Advantage in a Complex World,” we must continue to build on our long history of success, adaptation, and strong leadership to change, evolve, and continue to prevent conflicts, shape the security environment, and win in the event of conflict. Download this article.
The Combined Arms Support Command uses six enduring priorities to focus on driving force modernization. Download this article.
Logistics support for special operations forces requires the right people, flexibility, and creative thinking. Download this article.
While supporting Operation Atlantic Resolve, the 624th Movement Control Team built relationships with NATO allies to create interoperability, grow capacity, and enhance operational access for the early entry of forces. Download this article.
The 53rd Transportation Battalion (Movement Control) assumed responsibility for airfield operations during its deployment to Operation United Assistance. Download this article.
The 53rd Transportation Battalion (Movement Control) provides lessons learned from operating in-transit visibility systems in support of Operation United Assistance. Download this article.
In a decisive action environment, distribution company commanders should exercise mission command by developing commander’s intent and distributing it in operation orders. Download this article.
A landing craft utility carrying vehicles for Combined Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore 2015 arrives at a trident pier at Anmyeon Beach, Republic of Korea, on July 3, 2015. The exercise trains U.S. and ROK service members to accomplish vital logistics measures in a strategic area. (Photo by Staff Sgt. Chris Perkey)