Managing logistics in Panama

Brinegar, Thomas J.
November 1999
Army Logistician;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p26
Discusses the United States Marine Corps' logistics management in Panama. Permanent stationing of the military force in 1903. Importance of transportation to the success of the mission; Reallocation of equipment and supplies not needed by departing units; Maintenance for tactical vehicles.


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