Operational Logistics in NATO

Schmitz, Peter
April 2000
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Spring2000, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
Provides an overview of operational logistics in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Significant changes in the organization's strategic concept after the end of the Warsaw Pact; Restructuring of forces; Logistics implications of the revised strategic concept; Assignment of a critical role to transport as a power projection enabler.


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