Citations with the tag: INTEGRATED logistic support
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- Providing Responsive Logistics Support: Applying LEAN Thinking to Logistics.
Patnode, Norman H. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p34
Recommends the application of LEAN thinking as a means for providing responsive logistics support. Basic assumptions; Steps involved; Establishment of consolidated protection buffers; Execution based on actual customer demands; Elimination of queue or wait time; Use of fast transportation.
- ECSS expeditionary combat support system.
Patnode, Norman H. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Summer2007, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p1
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the expeditionary combat support system (ECSS) and another on the organizations that are involved in transforming the U.S. Air Force logistics.
- Brightpoint de Mexico to distribute product for Unefon venture.
Patnode, Norman H. // RCR Wireless News; 9/25/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 39, p80
Reports the agreement of Brightpoint de Mexico S.A. de C.V. with radio spectrum license holder Unefon S.A. de C.V. to provide integrated logistics services in Mexico.
- Tobyhanna implements JCALS.
Patnode, Norman H. // Army Logistician; May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p52
Reports that the United States Army Depot at Tobyhanna, Pennsylvania is taking advantage of the full benefits of Joint Computer-aided Acquisition and Logistics Support. Agencies which helped draw up the depot's mission work load in an integrated data environment; Electronic transfer of...
- NECC: Consolidation of Forces.
Johnson, Jess M. // All Hands; Apr2007, Issue 1080, p32
The article focuses on the move of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command to integrate naval forces including Naval Coastal Warfare, Explosive Ordnance Disposal, and Navy Expeditionary Logistics Group to provide direct combat support at high operational deployment tempo in the U.S.
- QM company meets soldiers basic needs.
Burrows, Annie // Army Reserve Magazine; Aug2000 Training Special Edition, Vol. 46 Issue 2, p25
Focuses on the support provided by the Quartermaster Laundry and Bath Co. to soldiers involved in military training at Fort Dix, New Jersey. Accommodation of services to units performing operations in the field; Support to several units participating in the Petroleum Oil and Lubricant Exercise;...
- Renault to sell its logistics subsidiary.
De Saint-Seine, Sylviane // Automotive News Europe; 02/12/2001, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p19
Reports on the plan of Renault company to sell its transport and logistic unit Compagnie d'Affretement et de Transport (CAT). Purpose of the sale; Information on the debt of the company; Comparison between the clients of CAT and Gefco company.
- Cost vs. information.
Mele, Jim // Fleet Owner; Feb2002, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p6
Comments on the criteria offered by a group of logistics managers for choosing and judging transportation services. Criteria for choosing a carrier; Internal operation issues that must be considered for choosing a carrier; Criteria for choosing logistics decision support tools.
- Kansas City Opens a New Intermodal Center.
Mele, Jim // Logistics Today; May2008, Vol. 49 Issue 5, p6
The article reports that a new intermodal center in Kansas City will change a former air base into a major North American transportation and logistics hub. The CenterPoint-KCS Intermodal Center Phase I has 11,340 ft of main line track and has access to two-and four-lane highways. In addition the...
- Improving Passenger Interchange.
Hellewell, D. Scott // Logistics & Transport Focus; Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 2 Issue 6, p32
Focuses on the approaches adopted for the improvement of the integrated transport system in Great Britain. Creation of a Commission for Integrated Transport; Details of the Code of Practice for Interchange by the Association of Train Operating Companies; Commercial initiatives relating to timed...
- PROFIT CENTER.
Weinstock, Matthew // Government Executive; Jun2001, Vol. 33 Issue 7, p54
Focuses on the logistics reform of the Defense Personnel Support Center (DPSC) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Commercial business practices of DPSC; Association with the United States Armed Forces; Problems encountered by the DPSC.
- Contemporary Logistics Techniques for Allied Supply Support.
Brandt, Craig // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p18
Discusses contemporary logistics techniques for allied supply support. Military environment; Logistics environment; Foreign military sales supply support; Transportation improvements; Privatized supply support; Existing privatization initiatives; Benefits of total privatization.
- Procuring and Sustaining the Joint Strike Fighter.
Hawkins, Stacey T.; Chiabotti, Stephen D. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p15
The article focuses on the sustenance of the Joint Strike Fighter, a tactical strategy program launched by the U.S. Department of Defense. The program is said to be under a congressional scrutiny because of its increasing cost. It is expected that the fighter force structure deficit caused by...
- Tailored logistics packages support fleet.
Waraksa, Ed // Naval Aviation News; Mar/Apr94, Vol. 76 Issue 3, p23
Reports on the role and duties of the Integrated Logistics Support Department of the US Navy. Coordination of efforts to procure and provide for the maintenance and transportation of military materials; Analysis of requirements by reviewing engineering documents; Determination of support...
- Innovations in Logistics Modernization.
Ferlise, Victor J. // Program Manager; May/Jun2000, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p62
Discusses the overhaul of the United States Army's automated logistics system. Department of Defense's Joint Logistics System; Wholesale Logistics Modernization Program.
- Going to the Show in Mexico.
Mireles, Ricardo Castillo // Transportation & Distribution; Jul99, Vol. 40 Issue 7, p31
Discusses the increasing integrated logistics trade shows and exhibitions in Mexico. List of supply chain management trade shows in the country; Topics of the trade shows; Interview with Fabian Delgado about his show in San Jose, Costa Rica.
- An Argument for a Combat ASL.
Welch, Thomas R. // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p47
Offers a solution to meet the challenges facing the United States Army's streamlined combat authorized stockage lists. Reduction of the Army's ASL; Risks created by the reduced ASL; Need to pre-position the ASL for combat.
- Multicomponent Units Require Integrated Systems.
Welch, Thomas R. // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p52
Discusses the establishment of fully documented, permanent multicomponent units (MCU) to fully integrate the active component and reserve component of the United States Army into training and worldwide operational missions. Logistics and administrative challenges; Property accountability in...
- ATAV Vision.
Ferris, Louis M. // Army Logistician; Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p3
Focuses on the Armed Forces efforts to achieve Army Total Asset Visibility for military logistics in the United States. Integration of Global Combat Support System (GCSS)-Army and the Logistics Integrated Data Base; Consolidation of asset visibility with logistics business processes; Account on...
- AMC Support to Reconstitution in Afghanistan.
Seidler, Wayne T.; Dix, Richard B. // Army Logistician; May/Jun2007, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p14
The article discusses the logistics assistance of the U.S. Army Materiel Command (AMC) to the reconstitution of Combined/Joint Task Force (CJTF) in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The AMC will provide expertise in the maintenance of fielded vehicles and equipment including the expanded-mobility tactical...
- Human Systems Integration (HSI).
Clark, James J.; Goulder, Robert K. // Program Manager; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p88
Discusses the various aspects of human systems integration (HSI) process implemented at the U.S. Dept. of Defense. Establishment of an Integrated Product Team in the acquisition process to address HSI; Demands for the integration of simple and complex aspects in the operation and support of...
- Definitions and Explanations of HSI Terms.
Clark, James J.; Goulder, Robert K. // Program Manager; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p90
Cites the definitions and explanations of human systems integration (HSI) terms. Manpower; Personnel; Training; Human factors engineering; System safety; Personnel survivability; Health hazards.
- Easing the EPIC Search for Logistics Policy Information.
Glass, Demetrius // Army Sustainment; Jan2010, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p18
The article reviews the Enterprise Policy and Process Interactive Capability (EPIC) web site, located at http://epic.expr.net, from the Army Logistics Innovation Agency.
- New integrated logistics support guide.
Glass, Demetrius // Program Manager; Sep/Oct94, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p32
Announces the publication of the second edition of the `Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Guide,' published by the Defense Systems Management College.
- Theater Support Command: Multicomponent Logistics.
Wells Jr., George William // Army Logistician; May/Jun2000, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p13
Part I. Introduces the United States Army's theater support command (TSC) logistics organization. Description of the TSC structure; Use of multiple appropriations; Synchronized training of the active and reserve component staffs of the TSC.
- Transforming Enabling Processes: The Next Step in Logistics Reform.
Morrill III, Arthur B. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p1
Discusses the need for transforming all enabling processes affecting logistics in the United States Air Force to realize a better performing warfighter support system. Lean logistics or the Air Force weight loss program; Transformed enabling processes; Real-time information; Activities...
- Integrated Logistics System--Supply.
Mills, Jr., Richard E. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring99, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p17
Reports on the selection of the 42nd Supply Squadron at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama, as the test site for the United States Air Force's Integrated Logistics System-Supply (ILS-S). Existing legacy system; ILS-S features; Training for the ILS-S system.
- Reparability Forecast Model.
Gaudette, Kevin; Alcorn, H. Kenneth; Mangan, Matthew // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Winter2002, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p4
Reports on the elements of Reparability Forecast Model in terms of logistics support in the U.S. Inclusion in Air Force Materiel Command's standard suite of systems; Functions of inventory management; Contrast to materiel requirements planning.
- Logistics and Warfare.
Gaudette, Kevin; Alcorn, H. Kenneth; Mangan, Matthew // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p14
The article reflects on the views of the author regarding the tactical schemes to win a modern battlefield in the U.S. The author explained that, victories in major wars depend on the management of the commander on their available logistics support. He cited the victorious wars in the past...
- What you need Answers When you need it.
Gaudette, Kevin; Alcorn, H. Kenneth; Mangan, Matthew // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Spring/Summer2008, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p60
The article offers information concerning the submission of a proposed project, problem, or area for study to the Air Force Logistics Management Agency (AFLMA) in the U.S. It relates that the proposed study undergoes an extensive preliminary analysis and is submitted to the AFLMA Commander for...
- INSIDE LOGISTICS.
Ward, Charles W.; Heilmann, Sharon Gibson; Cunningham, William A. // Air Force Journal of Logistics; Summer2008, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p92
The article offers information on the development of the Unit of Employment (UE) concept by the U.S. Army. The UE concept redistributed and redesigned support units to support mission sets and created modular deployment easier. Existing logistical support and management organizations were...
- Combatant logistics command and control for the joint force commander.
Schrady, David // Naval War College Review; Summer99, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p49
Asserts that logistics is a central part of the operational and tactical levels of warfare and must be included in the command and control system of the joint force commander. History of logistics from the 1960s to the Gulf War; United States Armed Forces logistics picture; Logistic initiatives...
- Logistics under fire.
Duddy, David // Logistics & Transport Focus; Nov2006, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p50
The article provides information on the function of the British Army's Royal Logistics Corps (RLC). The units of the RLC provide the Land Component's logistic capability. Within the RLC, a small number of units are designated Logistic Enablers, whose function is to provide defense-wide logistic...
- Price Challenges Go On-line.
Duddy, David // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Dec2000, Issue 577, p52
Discusses the requirements to access the United States Army Materiel Command Logistics Support Activity price challenges through the Logistics Integrated Data Base. Where to download the Netscape browser; How to get a LOGONID and password; Need to check the status of the challenge periodically.
- ARMY LEADERS DESCRIBE STRATEGIC RATIONALE FOR ARMY CHANGE.
Duddy, David // Army Logistician; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p1
Reports on the issuance of paper summarizing the intellectual foundations for the profound changes the U.S. Army is pursuing. Development of modular units and headquarters; Stability of the force by increasing unit cohesion; Establishment of an effects-based logistics capability.
- The Changing Face of Medical Logistics in Afghanistan.
Van Vactor, Jerry D. // Army Logistician; Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p14
Focuses on the changing organization and operations of the medical logistics in Afghanistan. Use of medical material in support of humanitarian and civil assistance missions; Improvement of the storage facilities; Classification of the existing stocks.
- Planning: The key to contractors on the battlefield.
Young, David L. // Army Logistician; May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p10
Asserts that the success of United States Army contractors on the battlefield requires cooperation, support and advance planning from the joint force commander's staff. Elements of the operation plan; Operational environment in overseas operations; Liability for host nation taxes; Support for...
- Joint and combined theater logistics--the future reality.
Engel, Gary R. // Army Logistician; May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p34
Focuses on logistics, the practical art of moving armies and keeping them supplied. Challenges to the United States Armed Forces of including support from coalition or allied partners; Benefits and drawbacks of the existing theater-level logistics doctrine and infrastructure; Role of...
- Revolutionizing Military Logistics: A New Look at an Old Capability.
Cartwright, Carl J.; Schwartz, Linda J. // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p42
Discusses the capabilities of the 190th Maintenance Company, 544th Maintenance Batallion, 64th Corps Support Group, Fort Hood, Texas, that allow them to provide modular maintenance support forward. Electronic repair shelter program; Computer upgrade program; Ability to perform onsites and...
- TAQ: Leading Change Into the Next Century.
Antunes, Joe; Danzeisen, William; Ellis, Patricia // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p50
Discusses the Total Army Quality management philosophy adopted by the United States Army. Six Army performance improvement imperatives; Army performance improvement criteria; TAQ training and education programs offered by the Army Logistics Management College at Fort Lee, Virginia.
- Wildcat Program Makes Supply System Purr.
Antunes, Joe; Danzeisen, William; Ellis, Patricia // Army Logistician; Jul/Aug99, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p56
Reports that Wildcat, an innovative supply-tracking program implemented at the United States Army III Corps, Fort Hood, Texas, is improving materiel management. Augmentation of the lateral distribution capabilities of the Army's automated logistics system, Standard Army Retail Supply...
- Devising operational logistics doctrine.
Marquardt, Major Kent S. // Army Logistician; Jan/Feb2000, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p28
Describes the United States Army's joint ad combined logistics doctrine. Characteristics of the 21st century Army; Functions of FM 100-5 logistics; Need to examine the different levels of war as they apply to logistics; Principles and function areas of JP 4.0 logistics.
- Help for special olympics.
Moore, Pam // Tech Directions; Aug99, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p13
Reports that a class of industrial engineering students at North Carolina State University designed the logistics for supplying water, ice, soft drinks, snacks and other materials to all of the sites at the 1999 Special Olympics World Games. Supplies to be distributed to all athletes; Design of...
- Click Commerce recently won a major contract to work with Oracle on a large combat logistics program.
Moore, Pam // Traffic World; 9/11/2006, Vol. 270 Issue 37, p7
The article reports that supply chain management software company Click Commerce Inc. has won a major contract with Oracle, in which both companies will provide integrated combat logistics support in the U.S. The contract involves the U.S. Air Force's Expeditionary Combat Support System weapons...
- Brightpoint to provide logistics services to B Digital USA.
Moore, Pam // RCR Wireless News; 4/9/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 15, p35
Reports that Brightpoint North America LP will provide B Digital USA Inc. with integrated logistics services for wireless handsets and accessories in the United States as of April 2001.
- Logistic Support for British Forces.
Coker, Christine // Military Technology; 2006, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p42
The article focuses on Defense Logistics Operations(DLO) program by the Ministry of Defense in Great Britain. It supports six major operations around the world with operation "Herrick" and "Telic" as its major focus for the past year. Operation Herrick in Afghanistan aims to provide operational...
- MSC Europe Gets New Name.
Coker, Christine // All Hands; May2006, Issue 1069, p9
The article reports on the disestablishment and renaming of the Military Sealift Command Europe, the ocean transportation and combat logistics provider in Europe, to Sealift Logistics Command Europe in Naples, Italy.
- Not to be Missed!
Coker, Christine // Logistics & Transport Focus; Oct99, Vol. 1 Issue 4, p2
The 'Supply-Chain Game: Understanding the Issues Relating to Supply-Chain Integration,' workshop will be held in November 1999 in Corby, England. The workshop will launch 'The Supply-Chain Game,' which was developed by the members of the Supply-Chain Inventory Management Special Interest Group...
- Boosting inland waterway transport in Europe.
Karamitsos, Fotis // PPI: Pulp & Paper International; Apr2006, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p40
The article provides information on the factors that foster inland waterway transport (IWT) in Europe. A multi-annual action program known as NAIADES was proposed. This program aims to develop the potential of IWT to fully integrate into door-to-door logistics operations. Its major assets...
- Local Activities: LONDON REGION.
Peacock, Michael // Logistics & Transport Focus; Apr2006, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p58
The article provides an overview of a visual presentation that was shown to the Heathrow Group of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport as of April 2006, concerning the tsunami catastrophe in Indonesia and the logistic support in the aftermath. Steve Unsworth was deployed in Bandar...