Readiness: Year 2000 and Beyond

Edwards, Thomas J.; Price, Richard W.
March 2000
Army Logistician;Mar/Apr2000, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p2
Focuses on the efforts of the United States Army to dramatically reduce the logistics footprints of deploying forces. Achievement and sustaining of adequate readiness through increased reliability; Responsiveness to stability and support operations, humanitarian efforts and peace-promoting operations; Equipment readiness factors.


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