Today’s Soldier is fluent in multiple forms of technology from an early age. This gives Army educators a unique opportunity to modify our training. Download this article.
U.S. Army Europe prepared for the closure of the transit center at Manas Air Base in Kyrgyzstan by establishing a new transit center in Romania. Download this article.
Contracting officer’s representatives in Kuwait used various methods in their contract surveillance plan. Download this article.
In this article the authors discuss the issue of overreliance on metrics as a core tool for assessing readiness and overall effectiveness during operations. Download this article.
Warrior transition units improve the lives of Soldiers who require complex medical care management. One such unit, the Warrior Transition Battalion–Europe, cares for all U.S. Army Soldiers in Transition in Europe. Download this article.
The 601st Aviation Support Battalion ran a laboratory to check fuel quality for units operating in and around Regional Command South in Afghanistan. Download this article.
One forward support company learned the hard way how important training and planning are to providing support for a field artillery regiment. Download this article.
An electronic maintenance shop in Afghanistan improved customer wait time by working with the Army supply system to make needed changes. Download this article.
New sustainment technologies will help the Army retain overmatch with a more capable, leaner expeditionary force. Download this article.
Contracting officer’s representatives are essential in managing contracts in garrison and in theater and must be well trained and knowledgeable. Download this article.
Being the administrative contracting officer for the largest Army pre-positioned stocks contracts requires more than just contracting knowledge. Download this article.
The 601st Aviation Support Battalion used troop reductions in Afghanistan as an opportunity to validate a concept proposed in an Army Sustainment article. Download this article.
The retrograde, reset, redeployment, redistribution, and disposal mission in Afghanistan requires the collaboration of every partner within the joint logistics enterprise. Download this article.
Regional Command South in Afghanistan established a team to assist the Afghan National Army in preparing to provide its own logistics. Download this article.
Preparing to provide a jump forward arming and refueling point in Afghanistan required the fuel and water platoon of the 601st Aviation Support Battalion to practice providing that service. Download this article.
In the absence of Silver Scimitar, a special troops battalion developed its own exercise to train its human resources platoons for an upcoming deployment. Download this article.
Two M1075A1 palletized load systems with mounted Mobility Appliqué Systems operate without drivers as part of a convoy. (Photo by Bruce Huffman)