Who provides tiedowns?

Stowell, Captain Steve
January 2000
Army Logistician;Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p22
Argues that military transportation units has a role to play in providing tiedowns for line-haul operations. Tiedown requirements; Importance of buying duplicate tiedowns; Misconceptions about transportation doctrine.


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