The Army G–4 staff is using several approaches to generate focus, synchronize efforts, and make the most efficient use of limited resources. Download this article.
How will the logistician of tomorrow manage distribution and materiel to apply the priorities out-lined in the Army 2020 and Beyond Sustainment White Paper? Download this article.
Putting full responsibility for logistics movements back in the hands of the movement control battalion can save money and expedite shipments. Download this article.
The authors consider two key dimensions of trust: reputation and vulnerability. Download this article.
At the Bagram Airfield retrograde sort yard, the 803rd Quartermaster Company collected, retrograded, redistributed, and disposed of excess Army materiel. Download this article.
One of the first warrant officers to attend the HQDA Strategic Broadening Seminars reflects on the lessons he learned. Download this article.
The Keris Strike portion of the Pacific Pathways exercise provided logisticians from the 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, with valuable lessons about supporting a combined task force. Download this article.
This Q&A with the commander of the Army Training and Doctrine Command highlights how sustainment training and operations will support the future fight. Download this article.
Tables of distribution and allowances can be used to experiment with new unit structures and mission sets, leverage emerging technologies, and document unique equipment sets. Download this article.
The last unit that acted as the U.S. Central Command Materiel Recovery Element in Afghanistan provides tips for successful retrograde operations. Download this article.
The base closure assistance team helped forward operating base leaders determine the disposition of equipment and real property as they prepared to leave Afghanistan. Download this article.
The U.S. Central Command Materiel Recovery Element used the mobile container assessment team to maintain container accountability. Download this article.
The support operations transportation section was critical in moving retrograded equipment from Afghanistan. Download this article.
Lessons learned from two infantry brigade combat teams may benefit units deploying GCSS–Army to JRTC in the near future. Download this article.
Soldiers from the 17th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion wait for the chance to reunite with their friends and families at the Buckner Physical Fitness Center at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, Nov. 18, 2014, after completing their U.S. Central Command Materiel Recovery Element mission in Afghanistan. (Photo by John Pennell)
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