Army Sustainment September-October 2015

Army G–4An Expeditionary Mindset: Ready for Anything

An Expeditionary Mindset: Ready for Anything

The Army needs a well-planned and well-executed logistics leader development campaign in order to develop an expeditionary mindset. Download this article.

CommentaryTrained and Ready Logistics Forces

Trained and Ready Logistics Forces

The Army had to work hard to develop logistics force training and readiness at its current levels. The next challenge will be to maintain these levels of training and readiness. Download this article.

Commentary

Defining Analytics and Its Supporting Role in Military Logistics Intelligence

To improve organizational learning and decision-making, Army logisticians should view analytics as part of the broader perspective of evidenced-based management, or what the authors call military logistics intelligence. Download this article.

CommentaryMultinational Logistics Interoperability

Multinational Logistics Interoperability

Communication, cooperation, and equipment compatibility are the keys to multinational task force logistics support. Download this article.

Training & Education

Four Keys to Forward Support Company Success at JRTC

Forward support companies should consider these training and procedure recommendations to prepare for a Joint Readiness Training Center rotation. Download this article.

Training & EducationBe Realistic: A Model for Home-Station Training

Be Realistic: A Model for Home-Station Training

The 16th Sustainment Brigade leveraged partnerships and technology to create realistic home-station training environments for its units. Download this article.

Training & EducationSupporting Engineers in Action

Supporting Engineers in Action

A forward support troop rehearsed how to sustain its regimental engineer squadron during a decisive action training event. Download this article.

Training & EducationSupporting Engineers in Action

Overcoming the Anxiety of the Defense CBRNE Response Force Mission

The 1st Support Maintenance Company prepared for its defense CBRNE response force mission using sergeant’s training time and by adding CBRNE tasks to regular duties. Download this article.

FeaturesLogistics Considerations for Multinational Operations

Logistics Considerations for Multinational Operations

Understanding six key elements will help logisticians successfully conduct multinational operations at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center. Download this article.

FeaturesLogistics Considerations for Multinational Operations

Developing a Multinational Logistics Common Operational Picture

When developing a multinational logistics common operational picture in a decisive action training environment, logisticians must consider four essential elements. Download this article.

Features

The Army Logistics University Leverages Expertise Through Cross-Cohort Training

The Army Logistics University provides Basic Officer Leader Course students with the opportunity to work directly with noncommissioned officers and warrant officers as part of their training. Download this article.

Commentary

The Need to Expand Training and Education on Nonstandard Logistics

Nonstandard logistics is an important component of unconventional warfare, but no existing course focuses solely on that subject. Download this article.

OperationsEstimating Force Structure Manpower and MHE Capabilities

Estimating Force Structure Manpower and MHE Capabilities

Transaction-based models help Army units determine the requirements needed to accomplish the mission. But could nontransaction-based models speed the process and still provide an accurate picture? Download this article.

Training & Education

Integrating the SPO Medical Section Into BCT Medical Planning and Ops

Synchronized brigade combat team medical support is achieved when medical units and officers are performing their intended functions. Download this article.

Training & EducationTraining Solutions for Army National Guard Sustainers

Training Solutions for Army National Guard Sustainers

The Sustainment Training Center provides practical technical and tactical training for all types of National Guard sustainment Soldiers. Download this article.

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Spc. Jacob Stinson with the 3rd Brigade Support Battalion, 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division, scans his sector of fire during Combined Resolve IV at the Joint Multinational Readiness Center in Hohenfels, Germany, on May 21, 2015. (Photo by Spc. Shardesia Washington)

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