What makes a good leader? The Army G-4 offers his views on leadership and provides advice for new and potential commanders. Download this article.
Army leaders should make a daily commitment to do the right things, develop the right foundational leadership traits, and understand today's complex, expeditionary environment. Download this article.
The Army has established programs to grow civilians into confident and high-functioning leaders. Download this article.
Through its Leader and Workforce Development Program, the Quartermaster School has implemented several leadership development measures, including a civilian professional development strategy. Download this article.
Doctrine provides the framework needed to create outside-the-box ideas by providing the knowledge that supports purposeful innovation. Download this article.
The Transportation School develops its leaders by finding creative ways to follow the Army Leader Development Model. Download this article.
The Training With Industry program allowed one officer to gain a new perspective that will help her better frame operations in future assignments. Download this article.
A maintenance company refills fire suppression system cylinders and charges vehicle batteries instead of replacing them. Download this article.
The metal working and machining shop set provides a full suite of tools for Soldiers trained to operate both welding and machining equipment. Download this article.
The complexities of command and support relationships, both at home station and during deployments, necessitate mission command. Download this article.
Having been a logistics officer during the Korean and Vietnam Wars and throughout the 1970s, Retired Lt. Gen. Arthur J. Gregg provides his insights on leadership and the changing field of logistics. Download this article.
Army leaders must instill in their Soldiers ethics and morals that are in line with the Army Values and Warrior Ethos. Download this article.
The Adjutant General School is modifying its curriculum to train human resources Soldiers to be more creative, flexible, and innovative. Download this article.
The preparations units make to host maintenance terrain walks lead to lessons learned that improve overall unit readiness. Download this article.
A central precept of military doctrine is the recognition that uncertainty is a fundamental characteristic of military operations. Nonetheless, we have an understandable but dangerous propensity to assume predictable and quantifiable aspects of military science. Download this article.
The sustainment enterprise needs to significantly change both its structures and how it operates to effectively support the joint force in an anti-access/area-denial environment. Download this article.
The 1st Armored Division provides lessons learned from conducting refuel on the move operations for the first time since Operation Desert Storm. Download this article.
This issue’s cover comprises the faces of sustainment Soldiers and civilians from across the Army. It represents the vast array of individuals serving in a variety of leadership positions in today’s sustainment units. (Cover design by Adam Gramarossa and Fred W. Baker III)