Integrated Logistics System--Supply

Mills, Jr., Richard E.
April 1999
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p17
Academic Journal
Reports on the selection of the 42nd Supply Squadron at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, as the test site for the United States Air Force's Integrated Logistics System-Supply (ILS-S). Existing legacy system; ILS-S features; Training for the ILS-S system.


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