directive authority history for logistics: Baffled by DAFL

Martinez, Steven L.
October 2006
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Fall2006, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p63
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the joint logistics performance of the U.S. Armed Forces. It explores various sources of guidance that stipulates how joint logistics should be conducted and tackles the joint logistics operations' three main areas: visibility, distribution, as well as communications and information technology capabilities. It also analyzes the effectiveness of U.S. joint logistics operations during Operations Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.


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