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Army Logistician is looking for writers willing to select, read, and review nonfiction books related to the sustainment warfighting function.  This includes recently published books that can contribute to the education and professional development of military sustainers and published stories from Soldiers who have worked in logistics, medical logistics, contracting, transportation, ordnance, quartermaster, financial management, and human resources.  The reviews will appear in the magazine's "R&R: Reading and Reviews" column and should have approximately 750 words.  Writers can submit their reviews by emailing a Microsoft Word attachment to julianne.cochran@conus.army.mil.  The email should include the reviewer's name, the name of the author, and the title of the book reviewed.  Writers can also reserve the opportunity to review a particular book by emailing a request with their name, the name of the author, and the title of the book to be reviewed to the same address.



 
Cover: The common operating environment has proven that all Soldiers, not just those in maneuver units, need to be equipped to protect themselves from enemy attack. While transporting supplies, logistics convoys are escorted by security teams to defend themselves from attack. The articles beginning on pages 28 , 32 and 35 explore the use of convoy security teams in Operation Iraqi Freedom. On the cover, Soldiers from the 626th Brigade Support Battalion, 3d Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), perform precombat checks on their gun trucks before a convoy. (Photo by SPC Luke Thornbury, 55th Signal Company)

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From CASCOM: Advances in Property Accountability Training —Chief Warrant Officer (W–5) David A. Dickson
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Medical Logistics: Notes From Iraq—First Lieutenant J. Mark Franklin
 
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