A Technique for Combined and Joint Logistics Planning

McCarver, Jr., Ray W.
November 2000
Army Logistician;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p6
Focuses on a technique for combined and joint logistics planning of military operations in the United States. Factors influencing the operation of combined logistics planning; Purposes of the Combined Forces Command; Capabilities and limitations of logistics-over-the-shore operations; Development of field army and corps concept of support briefing format.


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