• From CASCOM: Identifying Logistics Requirements Early Improves Warfighting Capabilities—David B. Crum, p. 1.
• Improving Materiel Readiness for the Joint Warfighter—MAJ Eric McCoy, p. 40.
• Operational Logistics Planner for the Modular Army—Thomas W. Chavers, p. 51.
• Securing Khabari Crossing in Kuwait—MAJ Demetria S. Walker, USAR,
• Sense and Resond: Logistics at the Unit Level—MAJ Michael F. Hammond, p.
• Spectrum: Army Logistics Knowledge Management and SALE—Dr. Nicholas J. Anderson, p. 46.
• Supporting Immediate Response 2008—Staff Feature, p. 36.
• The Road to Interoperability—MAJ Susan Carson, British Army, p. 43.
• Where the Rubber Meets the Road—SPC Richard L. Rzepka, p. 4.
• Special Section: 3d Sustainment Brigade in Iraq Distribution Operations in MND-North—MAJ Charlie Ward, p. 14.
• Engineers Breaking New Ground in the Sustainment Brigade—MAJ Anne V. Taylor, p.18.
• Establishing Modular Human Resources Operations in Iraq—CPT Shaunarey Amos, p. 23.
• Integrating Financial Management Operations in a Logistics Support Environment—LTC Russell A. Holscher, p. 26.
• Logistics Convoys and the Intelligence Mission—CPT Jennifer Hurrle, p. 11.
• Modular Transformation and the 3d Sustainment Brigade—COL Darrell K. Williams,
LTC Lillard D. Evans,
and CPT Brittany R. Warren, p. 8.
• Nonlethal Engagements as a Sustainment Mission—CPT Lloyd E. Warren III and CPT Brittany R. Warren, p. 28.
• The Health of the Command—COL Linwood B. Clark, p. 34.
• Acquisition and PBUSE—Pablo A. Brown and John E. Laudan, p. 7.
• Commentary: Contingency Contracting Ruminations and Recommendations—LTC Russ Dunford, p. 38.
• Expeditionary Logistics in Its Truest Form—LCDR Richard A. Paquette, USN, p. 20.
• From CASCOM: Convoy, Not CLP: Defining a Logistics Core Competency—MG James E. Chambers, p. 1.
• Lean Fielding: Reducing Equipment Redundancy—MAJ Todd J. Wright, p. 4.
• Logistics Transition Team —CPT David A. Betancourt, p. 29.
• Preparing for the SBCT’s Blue to Green Transition—CW3 Adam S. Hagenston, p. 30.
• RSR and CSR: Why the Confusion?—Dr. Thomas E. Ward II, p. 16.
• Spectrum: Army Logistics Knowledge Management and SALE: A Paradigm for Military Logistics Transformation—Dr. Nicholas J. Anderson, p. 32.
• The 8th Theater Sustainment Command Leads the Way During Pacific
Strike 2008—BG Mark MacCarley and LTC Brian F. Coleman, p. 24.
• The Army’s Impact on the Fuel and Lubricant Industry—Maurice E. Le Pera, p. 10.
• Added Combat Multipliers—1LT Randy S. Heathe, p. 32.
• AMC Repair Parts Supply Chain—John T. LaFalce,
• COB Speicher CRSP and Container Operations—1LT Cody J. Wheaton, p. 8.
• Commentary: Finding a Solution for Tomorrow’s Property Book Officer—CW4 Joel Lockhart, p. 49.
• Commentary: Molularity and Logistics—LTC Matthew D. Redding, p. 44.
• From CASCOM: Advanced in Property Accountability Training—CW5 David A. Dickson, p. 1.
• Logistics Strategies for Planning the Presidential Inauguration—MAJ Christopher L. Paone and MAJ William Kossick, USAF,
• Medical Logistics Transformation In Korea—COL James G. Jolissaint, LTC Thomas C. Slade, and MAJ David L. Sloniker, p.13.
• Medical Logistics: Notes From Iraq—1LT J. Mark Franklin, p. 10.
• Post Production Software Support—Marc W. Gutleber,
• Protecting Our Logistics Assets: A Look to the (Near) Future—LTC Scott A. Rew, p. 35.
• Reflections on a Battlefield Staff Ride—MAJ Adrian C. Clark, British Army, p. 39.
• Spectrum: Army Logistics Knowledge Management and SALE: Relevance and Recommendations—Dr. Nicholas J. Anderson, p. 50.
• The Case for an S–8 for the Brigade Combat Team—LTC Keith Gudehus and LTC Gina Smith, USA (Ret.), p. 42.
• Top Flite: How One BSB Secured Logistics Convoys in Iraq—LTC Mark J. Weinerth and CPT Timothy N. Page, p. 28.
• UNIFIED VIEW: Improving Distribution and Deployment—John Gray, p. 22.
• Where’s My Stuff?—Roy E. Gulledge, p. 25.
• Commentary: Logisticians Are Sustainers, Not Targeters—MAJ Donald A. MacCuish, p. 18.
• Contracting Agility in LOGCAP-Kuwait—COL Scott S. Haraburda, LTC Frances A. Bloom,
and MAJ Robert T. Keck, p. 3.
• Earning a Graduate Degree at ILE—Willis F. Jackson, Jr., Gerald J. Leonard, and Gina Smith, p. 52.
• From CASCOM: Personnel Services Delivery Redesign—LTC Christopher B. Nichols, p. 1.
• Lightweight Modular Causeway System: Logistics Advanced Concept Technology Demonstration—Margaret A. Deming, p. 50.
• Over There: Army Expeditionary Forces Logistics in World War I—Alexander F. Barnes,
• Pit Crew Maintenance in the Brigade Support Battalion—MAJ Troy K. King, p. 10.
• Planning Initial Reset for Brigade Combat Teams—MAJ Jason Tomasetti, p. 9.
• Spectrum: No Belts Required: The Advantages and Limitations of Statistical Quality Control—MAJ Donovan O. Fuqua, p. 54.
• Sustainment-Centric Intelligence—CPT Gregory Larkin, p. 13.
• Special Section: The 1st Sustainment Brigade in Iraq Executing Offensive Logistics—LTC Todd A. Heussner,
• Human Resources Modularity Tested in Iraq—CPT Xarhya Wulf,
• Technology and Daily Management Help CRSPs Move Cargo—CW2 Nadine S. Johnson,
• The 1st Sustainment Brigade’s Contract Coordination Cell—MAJ John R. Caudill,
• The Critical Role of Shower, Laundry, and Clothing Repair Teams—CPT James C. Machado,
• Transformation of Finance Operations—MAJ Thomas A. Buchholz, CPT Nichole M. Ward,
and SSG James R. Bakie,
• A New Proponent for the Army Acquisition Corps—SGM Ethan A. Jones, p. 27.
• Always There, Always Ready—LTG Mitchell H. Stevenson, p. 6.
• Army Logistician to Army Sustainment: Continuity and Change—Staff Feature, p. 2.
• Army Logistician: Forty Years of Service to the Field—MG James E. Chambers, p. 5.
• Army Strategic Management System: Enhancing Logistics Readiness—David Lewis, Charles Glover, and Rob Frye, p. 34.
• Billeting Management in Theaters of Operations—Keith A. Stepp, p. 39.
• Commentary: Army Logistician and the Rhymes of History—Dr. Christopher R. Paparone, p. 30.
• Commentary: The Problems With the Current Support Structure—LTC Vincent C. Nwafor, p. 42.
• Contracted Logistics: The Way Ahead for Iraqi Sustainment Operations—MAJ Tacildayus Andrews, p. 23.
• Focus: Ordnance Schools Move Into a New Era—BG Lynn A. Collyar,
• Interactive Training for Property Accountability—Winston C. Mullins, p. 54.
• Sustainment Moves to the Next Level: Rethinking Our Life-Cycle Focus—GEN Ann E. Dunwoody, p.
• Tactical Convoy Planning for Sustainers—LTC Gregory Peterson, p. 46.
• The Benefits of Participating in the Army Award for Maintenance Excellence Program—CW4 Richard C. Myers, Jr., p. 40.
• The Unit Movement Officer in the Redeployment Process—CPT Paul L. Moeller, Jr., p.51.
• Transforming While Preparing to Deploy—MAJ James J. Geishaker, p. 24.
• Special Section: Soldier Support Institute
A Sustainer’s Guide to Financial Mangement—MAJ Brian A. Smith, p. 9.
• Culture Change in Recruiting—Donald D. Copley, p.15.
• Human Resources Operations: A Force Enabler in the Sustainment Community—LTC Darwin A. Frett, p. 12.
• Logistics, CSS, Sustainment: Evolving Definitions of Support—LTC Jeffrey C. Brlecic, p. 19.
• A Fort Lee BRAC Overview—Maria Dane, p. 2.
• BRAC and Quartermaster Reorganization—Patricia A. Sigle, p. 44.
• BRAC Contruction at Fort Lee—COL Edward Gully, p. 11.
• BRAC’s Impact on Transportation Training—John C. Race, Jr., p. 33.
• CASCOM’s BRAC Rehearsal of Concept Drill—COL John C. Hinkley,
• Civilian Logistics Career Management—Ellen Savedge and Liana Angelo, p. 22.
• Fort Lee Prepares to Host the Sustainment Center of Excellence—Matthew Montgomery,
• Iraqi Transportation Network—LTC Michael J. Falk, USAR, p. 54.
• Managing the Move Into the New SCoE Headquarters—John R. Weber,
• Marine Corps Joint Training at the Sustainment Center of Excellence—LTC Keith A. Beverley, USA (Ret.), p. 47.
• Spectrum: Operational Integrated Framework for the Sustainment Brigade—CPT Robert J. Tremblay, p. 49.
• Sustaining Our Army Then and Now—BG Richard P. Mustion,
• Sustainment Center of Excellence Simulation Training Center—LTC Mary Hall, p. 42.
• The 16th Ordnance Battalion Relocates to Fort Lee—MAJ Gregory Fend,
• The Army Logistics University Is Open for Business—COL Shelley A. Richardson and LTC Tim Gilhool, p. 36.
• The Logistics Branch Officer Lifecycle Model—LTC Victor S. Hagan, p. 21.
• The Ordnance Mechanical Maintenance School BRAC Office—John Antal,
• The Ordnance School Moves to Fort Lee—LTC Annjanette Ellison, p. 14.
• The Tactical Support Equipment Department’s Move to the New Home of Ordnance at Fort Lee—Gary F. Neuser,