July 2001
Army Logistician;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p1
Focuses on developments related to the United States (U.S.) Army Logistics, current as of July 2001. Supporting role for U.S. Department of Defense in the battle against terrorism; U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency's assessment of vulnerability of seaports used by the military to chemical and biological attacks. INSETS: HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION ON THE WEB;MTMC EVALUATES BULGARIAN PORT FOR BALKANS MOVEMENTS;M60A3 TANKS MASQUERADE AS RUSSIAN VEHICLES.


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