|Index of Army Logistician Articles—2004
Delivering Logistics Readiness to the
Feature, p. 3.
What’s Missing in ARSOF Logistics?—COL Jorge E.
Rodriguez, p. 7.
More Tooth for the Tail: The Right Stuff
for CSS Operations—
LTC Shawn P. Walsh, p. 10.
A Conventional Class VIII System for
an Unconventional War—
1LT Donald J. McNeil, p. 14.
Embedded Chips and Radio Queries: A
Look at the Future—MAJ
Stephen M. Rutner, Ph.D., USAR,
Potential Uses for RFID Data—COL Robert F. Carpenter,
ALMC’s E-Classroom Offers Realistic Combat Training for
the Future Force—CPT William C. Johnson, Jr., p. 22.
The Officer Assignment Process—CW4 Gary A. Marquez,
Thai Coalition Engineer Unit
Supports Operation Enduring Freedom—MAJ Robert A. Harney,
Web-Enabled Repair and Return—Corrina Panduri, p. 31.
Logistics Risk in the Stryker Brigade
Rick W. Taylor, p. 32.
The Role of Civilians During the First
An Army Learns on Its Stomach—LTC James P. Herson, Jr.,
Hydrostatic Testing and Purging
of Fuel Tanker Equipment in USAREUR—Paul A. Bell, p.
Every Soldier a Rifleman—MAJ David Scott Mann, p. 45.
DOD Maintenance Depots Prove Their Worth—The Honorable
Diane K. Morales, p. 3.
Managing Contractors in Joint Operations:
Filling the Gaps in Doctrine—CDR Michael McPeak, USN, and Sandra N. Ellis,
Airfield Seizure Combat Health Support—CPT Brian J. Bender,
Joint Medical Asset Repository—CDR David B. Stratton,
USN, and MAJ Mark W. Dick, p. 14.
Parts Tracker—A Unique Tool for the Warfighter—Francis
First in Support—The 21st Theater Support Command—COL
Gary R. Meden, USAR, p. 18.
• Improving Equipment Management
With Triple Containers—
1LT Nathan D. Williams, p. 22.
Iraqi Freedom—One Year Later—Staff Feature, p.
Base Closure Planning—LTC Leslie J. Pierce, p. 27.
The New Zealand Defence Force—How Does It Stack Up?—SQN
LDR Leanne J. Woon, Royal New Zealand Air Force, p. 30.
Commentary: The ‘Short List’ for Achieving a Logistics
Revolution—COL Larry D. Harman, USA (Ret.),
Commentary: Water Ferry Services for
Homeland Security and National Defense—Eugene C. Bonacci, p. 38.
Unmanned Aerial Logistics Vehicles—A Concept Worth Pursuing—MAJ
John V. McCoy, p. 40.
Improving Intratheater Joint Distribution—CPT Robert
P. Mann, Jr., p. 3.
Medical Logistics During Operation Iraqi
Edwin H. Rodriguez, p. 6.
Hospital Logistics Support for Operation
Timothy E. Bateman and MAJ Song H. Gotiangco, p. 8.
Class VIII Push Packages: What You Really
Need to Know—
CPT Brandon M. Bowline, p. 12.
MTS Is Revolutionizing Logistics on
the Move—Kelly M.
Tapp, p. 15.
Understanding Intermediate-Level Education—Staff Feature,
Improving Visibility in the DOD Supply
Engels, Ph.D., Robin Koh, Elaine M. Lai, and Edmund W. Schuster,
Obtaining and Purifying Water in Iraq—1LT Jarred Wm.
Maintenance Assessment Guide for the
New Reserve Component Commander—SFC James I. Adams, Jr., ILARNG, p. 27.
JOPES and Joint Force Deployments—LTC James C. Bates,
USA (Ret.), p. 30.
Sea Basing and Maritime Pre-positioning—MAJ Henry B.
Cook, MSARNG, p. 36.
Slingload Operations in Heavy Units—CPT James Otis, p.
Commentary: Insights Gained Through
an Army G–4 Internship—Cadet
Alexandra E.H. Weiskopf, p. 42.
Distribution Process Owner
Initiatives Are Underway—RADM Christopher C. Ames, USN,
ALMC Celebrates 50th Anniversary—p. 49.
Analyzing the Lessons of OIF Distribution—Suzi Thurmond,
Planning a CSS Live-Fire Exercise
in Korea—MAJ Leon G.
Plummer and CPT Eric A. McCoy, p. 7.
DLA Creates J–4—COL William H. Taylor III and CW4
Frontline Support of the First SBCT
at War—LTC Dennis
M. Thompson, p. 12.
Transforming Army Oil Analysis—CPT Daniel A. Jensen,
Moving the Army—Texas Style—Staff Feature, p. 20.
The Aviation Support Battalion—Workhorse of Army Aviation—MAJ
Timothy J. Whalen and LTC Richard T. Knapp, p. 23.
A Corps Support Battalion’s Experience in Operation Iraqi
Freedom—LTC Andrew W. Bowes and MAJ Kimberly J. Daub,
Supporting the Fight: The FSB—MAJ Steven M. Leonard,
Integrating Units in the BSA—COL David W. Vergollo and
MAJ John C. Bivona, Jr., p. 38.
Commentary: Eliminating the Iron Mountain—Lauren K. Myers,
Ph.D., p. 40.
Commentary: Thinking Joint—Integrating Army Logistics—MAJ
Lisa A. Zanglin, p. 44.
The Theater Support Command at War—MG George William
Wells, Jr., USAR, p. 46.
Commentary: Multifunctional Me-dium
Heavy Transportation Company—1LT
Joseph P. Corrigan, Jr., p. 49.
• ALMC: 50 Years of Excellence—Staff Feature, p. 50.
Joint and Expeditionary Logistics
for a Campaign-Quality Army—
MG Terry E. Juskowiak and COL John F. Wharton, p. 2.
Logistics Challenges in Support of
Operation Enduring Freedom—
MAJ James J. McDonnell and MAJ J. Ronald Novack, p. 9.
The Changing Face of Medical Logistics
Jerry D. VanVactor, p. 14.
Names, Numbers, and Nomenclatures—LTC James C. Bates,
USA (Ret.), p. 18.
Commentary: Toward a Union of Deployment
Robert F. Carpenter, USAR, p. 22.
Moving the Force Across Europe: EUCOM’s Joint Movement
Center—LTC David R. McClean and CPT Phillip E. Henson,
TNARNG, p. 26.
Gaining Visibility of Excess Commercial
W. Mecham, p. 30.
Configured Loads: A New Look at an
Old Concept—MAJ K.
Eric Drummond, USAR, p. 33.
Development and Execution of the TAMP—Joseph L. Homza,
Managing Soldiers in the Theater Support
William Wells, Jr., USAR, p. 41.
Fueling the Force at the JRTC—MAJ Stephen R. Davis and
CPT Peter J. Crandall, p. 46.
Letter From Major General Ann E.
FA 90: An Update on the Multifunctional
Terry E. Juskowiak, USA (Ret.), and LTC Robert L. Shumar,
SPS: The Essential Acquisition Tool
for Overseas Logisticians—COL
Jacob N. Haynes, p. 6.
Testing the Survivability of Logistics
Leo Pigaty, USA (Ret.), and CDR James C. Workman, USN (Ret.),
Planning for the Unexpected in a
Theater of Operations—CPT
Jerry D. VanVactor, p. 12.
Taking Charge of a Medical Platoon:
The First Steps—CPT
James D. Clay and SFC Raymond F. Sanders,
The Medical Platoon Leader and Parallel
James D. Clay, p. 20.
Commentary: Supporting Army National
Guard Regional Training Sites—SFC David D.
Lindeman, p. 24.
Preparing for Convoy Operations
in a Combat Zone—SSG
Edward M. Stepp, p. 26.
Average Customer Wait Time: A Supply
Chain Performance Indicator—MAJ
David R. Gibson, p. 30.
Rise and Fall of the Strategy of
M. Smith, MDARNG, p. 33.
• Aviation Ground Support Equipment: The Forgotten
LTC Robert H. Lunn and Roderick A. Bellows, p. 38.
Transforming the Theater Support
William Wells, Jr., USAR, p. 41.
Commentary: Filling a Strategic-Level
D. Harman, USA (Ret.), p. 44.
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