Defeating the Threat to Sustainment Operations

Nelson, Bradford K.
March 2008
Army Logistician;Mar2008, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p33
The article examines both the internal and external threats to the logistics and sustainment operations systems by the U.S. Armed Forces. It identifies the common threats to logistics as well as the changes needed to overcome the potential failure of operation. It includes the incorporation of realistic force protection and threat scenarios into training simulations, recognize the protection of all aspects of the sustainment system, and synchronize the theater sustainment plan with operations.


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