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Cover: Logisticians of the future transformed Army will face challenges different from those faced by today’s logisticians, and they will need different tools to surmount those challenges. The Army Logistics Innovation Agency’s Futures Group has identified five themes for innovation that could help revolutionize future logistics. This issue presents the last two in a series of articles about these potential advances. “Energy on Demand,” beginning on page 28, explores future options for providing energy to Soldiers where and when they need it. “Prediction and Cooperation,” starting on page 34, discusses possible future tools and methods for predicting, communicating, and meeting logistics needs. (Art by Eric Proctor of the Sensors and Electron Devices Directorate of the Army Research Laboratory.)

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