Streamlining Mobilization Readiness

May 2001
Army Logistician;May/Jun2001, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p8
Focuses on the mobilization of the Army Reserve at the onset of war or contingency operations in the United States. Opinion of Lieutenant Colonel Terrence Farrier on 4003d US Army Garrison Support Unit training; Development of individual mobilization enabling tasks (IMET) for Garrison Support Unit; Impact of IMET on mobilization readiness.


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