November-December 2018 Army Sustainment

  • Capable Sustainment Units Understand the Big Picture AMC Commander Capable Sustainment Units Understand the Big Picture

    The commander of the Army Materiel Command discusses how capable sustainment units contribute to the essential links between tactical-level operations and the strategic base.

  • What 1918 Can Teach Us About 2028 Army G-4 What 1918 Can Teach Us About 2028

    In order to build successful units, we must make fellow Soldiers feel welcome, share experiences, do what is right, and treat teammates with dignity and respect.

  • Developing the Next Wave of Sustainment Leaders Focus Developing the Next Wave of Sustainment Leaders

    Teamwork and collaboration are helping the dedicated instructors at the Army Logistics University to prepare the next generation of sustainers for success.

  • Be the Leader You Want to Be Led By: An Interview With Gen. Stephen Townsend Features Be the Leader You Want to Be Led By: An Interview With Gen. Stephen Townsend

    The commander of the Training and Doctrine Command gives his insights on teamwork and the role sustainers play in total Army success.

  • Shaping a Sustainment Community From Half a World Away Features Shaping a Sustainment Community From Half a World Away

    The 8th TSC sustains a broad, multi-domain environment and serves as a model for integrating sustainment teams, ensuring enduring readiness in the Pacific, and executing the national defense strategy.

  • Sustaining America’s Hammer: Building the III Corps Sustainment Team Features Sustaining America’s Hammer: Building the III Corps Sustainment Team

    The commander of the 13th Expeditionary Sustainment Command outlines the unit’s role in sustaining III Corps and improving Army readiness.

  • Building Capable Sustainment Organizations Through Trust and Empowerment Features Building Capable Sustainment Organizations Through Trust and Empowerment

    The Combined Arms Support Command’s senior enlisted Soldier discusses how presence and engagement lead to empowerment.

  • Radical Inclusion: An Interview With Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey Features Radical Inclusion: An Interview With Retired Gen. Martin Dempsey

    A 41-year veteran who served as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff discusses his views on building the Army team for the future.

  • The 1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade: Building a Modular Sustainment Team Features The 1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade: Building a Modular Sustainment Team

    The 1st Cavalry Division Sustainment Brigade ensured support to maneuver units by co-locating critical sustainment staff elements and maneuver leaders, synchronizing logistics, and building comprehensive orders.

  • The 16th Sustainment Brigade and NATO Allies: A Quest for Interoperability Features The 16th Sustainment Brigade and NATO Allies: A Quest for Interoperability

    Building a sustainment common operational picture with NATO allies is essential to teamwork and a strong alliance.

  • The 1st ID Sustainment Brigade Exercises International Teamwork for Multi-Domain Battle Features The 1st ID Sustainment Brigade Exercises International Teamwork for Multi-Domain Battle

    The 1st Infantry Division Sustainment Brigade provides lessons learned from working with NATO partners during a joint warfighting assessment.

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Lessons Learned From the Army’s First Field Feeding Company Operations The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Lessons Learned From the Army’s First Field Feeding Company

    The Army’s new field feeding company is a modular capability that increases readiness and improves Soldiers’ field and garrison dining experiences.

  • Synchronizing the Seaport of Embarkation Operations Synchronizing the Seaport of Embarkation

    An armored brigade combat team learned valuable lessons in building a port operations team.

  • Autonomous Transportation: Combat Power in the 21st Century Tools Autonomous Transportation: Combat Power in the 21st Century

    Autonomous vehicles present the Army with an opportunity to reduce costs, energy consumption, and the risk of casualties.

  • Lessons Learned by the 123rd Brigade Support Battalion at the National Training Center Training & Education Lessons Learned by the 123rd Brigade Support Battalion at the National Training Center

    The commander of the 123rd Brigade Support Battalion presents lessons learned aimed at improving sustainment support of an armored brigade combat team.