The Army deputy chief of staff, G-4, analyzes logisticians' ability to support an expeditionary Army. Download this article.
The Defense Logistics Agency provides the Army with the full spectrum of logistics, acquisition, and technical services during contingencies, exercises, and disasters. Download this article.
The 1st Theater Sustainment Command provides a template that may help shape Army sustainment doctrine to support a complex theater with a smaller force. Download this article.
The Pacific Pathways program strengthens security cooperation and provides an array of options for the U.S. government to respond to crises in the Pacific region. Download this article.
Doctrinally, medical mission command is reserved for medical commands, medical brigades, and multifunctional medical battalions. So what about medical forces in nonmedical units? Download this article.
Officers are told, "You will learn that when you get to your unit," but what happens when no one at the unit can teach needed property accountability skills? Download this article.
From the strategic through tactical levels, ammunition operations in Korea exemplify the strong partnership between the U.S. Army and Republic of Korea Army. Download this article.
Small changes to personnel, equipment, and home-station cross-training can set distribution platoons up for success. Download this article.
Army units from the United States and the Republic of Korea executed a combined logistics exercise to improve interoperability, mission command, and mission execution. Download this article.
The mobilization of National Guard units in response to Pancho Villa's raid on the United States led to the development of a well-trained National Guard force. Download this article.
The commanding general of the Combined Arms Support Command shares his priorities for preparing sustainment professionals to accomplish current and future missions. Download this article.
In the future European theater of operations, sustainment formations will need to operate in a secure network, under a missile defense shield and have sufficient and dispersed stocks of ammunition, fuel, and water to execute a campaign across time and distance. Download this article.
The 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command works closely with its Korean counterparts to develop Soldiers and leaders and execute sustainment operations in support of U.S. Forces Korea and the Eighth Army. Download this article.
From food to industrial hardware and on-the-ground maintenance support, DLA Troop Support provides warfighters what they need to accomplish the mission. Download this article.
Organizations must consider four competing groups of criteria to determine organizational effectiveness. Is your organization using the right criteria to achieve the desired effect? Download this article.
As defense organizations struggle to improve the way they support U.S. warfighters, the author proposes that the Department of Defense embrace the robust, flexible approaches of supply chain management. Download this article.
The U.S. Army's Materiel Support Command-Korea benefits from a hardworking and well-integrated U.S. and Korean workforce. Download this article.
Operational energy management has become an important facet of Army sustainment and should be incorporated in doctrine and reinforced during training. Download this article.
Modernizing automatic test systems and consolidating their acquisition process will save the Army money while improving performance for the future force. Download this article.
A 2nd Cavalry Regiment lieutenant inspects defensive positions with his noncommissioned officers as a 16th Sustainment Brigade logistics supply column passes by on May 15, 2015, at exercise Saber Junction 15 in Hohenfels, Germany. (Photo by Capt. Henry Chan)