CINC support command

Welborn, Nolan P.
May 1999
Army Logistician;May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p38
Urges the creation of the joint support command within the United States Armed Forces to provide the defense infrastructure. Problem of redundancy as shown by the communication problems between United States Army and US Navy radios during the conflict in Grenada; Operational concepts under the Joint Vision 2010; Use of consolidation, outsourcing, privatization and reengineering at the United States Defense Department.


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