SAVINGS and the Defense Logistics Enterprise

Christianson, C. V.
April 2011
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;2011 2nd Quarter, Issue 61, p43
The article presents the author's views regarding the fundamental areas where the defense logistics community can generate long-term savings in the U.S. It includes the supply chain operations and management, life-cycle systems management and resourcing national security strategy. Moreover, the author suggests that the most important element in creating an effective and dynamic learning environment is the logistics faculty.


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