The Role of the Light Support Company in Heavy-Light Operations

McManus, Keith D.
November 2002
Army Logistician;Nov/Dec2002, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p20
Discusses the role of the light support company (LSC) in heavy-light infantry battalion operations. Overview of the LSC concept; Problems associated with heavy-light operations; Issues involved in improving the communications flow between the heavy maneuver brigade and the light infantry battalion.


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