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Cover: The life-cycle management command (LCMC) initiative is intended to increase the readiness of weapon systems by better integrating technology, acquisition, and logistics. The result will be better-performing systems that reduce the sustainment burden on the soldier. In the article beginning on page 2, the commanding general of the Army Aviation and Missile Command—the first LCMC—discusses the thinking behind the initiative. The cover photo shows a soldier in the 45th Medical Company (Air Ambulance) at Camp Babylon, Iraq, performing preventive maintenance checks and services on a UH–60 Black Hawk helicopter that is used to evacuate and transport soldiers to medical facilities.

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Life-Cycle Management: Reducing the Burden on the Soldier —Major General James H. Pillsbury
Nonstandard Logistics Sustainment Support in the Stryker Brigade Combat Teams —Gregory L. Alderete
‘Lily-Pad’ Basing Concept Put to the Test —Captain David C. Chandler, Jr.
Containerizing the Joint Force —Lieutenant Colonel James C. Bates, USA (Ret.)
 
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