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Index of Army Sustainment Articles—2010


Commentary: Training Logisticians for the Current and Future Operational Environments—MAJ Jason J.F. Murphy, p. 20.
Defense Medical Logistics Balanced Scorecard—LTC Greta L. Bennett and Peter A. Battaglia, p. 34.
Easing the EPIC Search for Logistics Policy Information—Demetrius Glass, p. 18.
Expanding Aerial Delivery Capability in Afghanistan—CW4 Jimmy Taylor, p. 26.
Improving Distribution of Organizational Equipment—MAJ T.J. Wright, p. 14.
International Security Assistance Force Logistics Operations in Afghanistan—COL Shelia J-McClaney, LTC Jenny Newton, Canadian Forces, and LTC Douglas A. LeVien, p. 29.
Logistics Assistance Representatives Keep the Army Rolling Along—Charles W. Fick, Jr., p. 8.
Managing ARFORGEN Operations in a Modular Sustainment Brigade—MAJ Charlie Ward, p. 2.
Parachute Rigging in Afghanistan—CW3 Jeffery S. Page, USAR, p. 23.
PBUSE Incorporates Automatic Identification Technology—Jeannette J. Jones and Jeff W. Davis, p. 17.
Spectrum: Campaign Planning for Logistics Organizations—MAJ Kevin M. Baird, p.39.
The Army Capabilities Integration Center: Building a Future Force—CSM Patrick J. Laidlaw, p. 11.
The Prosperity Plan: Implementing Soldier and Family Care—Chaplain (MAJ) Roy M. Myers, p. 36.
The Role of Intelligence in Sustainment Operations—LTC Heber S. Meeks, USAR,
and MAJ Barton T. Brundige, USAR, p. 5.


Commentary: Working Out at the JIIM: Embracing the Commercial Sector as First Among Equals—Dr. Christopher R. Paparone, p. 38.
Focus: ALU’s College of Professional and Continuing Education—Richard W. Price, p. 2.
GFEBS: Advancing Sustainers’ Capabilities—LTC Karl E. Lindquist and Christopher Lyew-Daniels, USN, p. 3.
Improving Access to HAZMAT Transportation Information —Dr. Upton R. Shimp and Christine L. Holiday, p. 32.
Improving Training for Recruiters—COL James H. Comish and Donald D. Copley, Jr.t, p. 34.
Logistics Partnering Lessons —CW2 Julian Price, p. 26.
Logistics Training and Advisory Teams: A Concept in the Making—MAJ Michael F. Hammond, p. 22.
OIF Fuel Distribution Challenges—MSG Johnny A. Castillo, p. 8.
Operation Kilowatt: The Generator Shop in a Modular Engineer Battalion—1LT Leslie McCann, p. 37.
Spectrum: Logistics in the PLA—Dr. Martin Andrew, p.46.
Spectrum: Strategic Mobility—COL Kenneth E. Hickins, p. 39.
Starting a Partnership Through Logistics Key Leader Engagement—LTC Christopher J. Whittaker, p. 29.
Strategic Leadership Competencies Cannot Wait—MAJ Amy L. Gouge, p. 7.
The 10 Things Warrant Officers Need to Know About ARFORGEN—CW4 Richard C. Myers, Jr., p. 16.
The Container Management Quandary—MAJ Darryl R. Weaver, USAR, p. 10.
Transitioning a Base From Coalition to U.S. Control—MAJ Brian Lesiak, p. 18.


A Paradigm Shift at NTC: CSSBs That Think “Inside the Box”—MAJ John M. Ruths, p. 2.
A TRADOC Best Practice: A Virtual Way to Keep Training Current—Donald D. Copley, Jr., p. 52.
Building the Local Economy at Q-West—SSG Patricia McCarthy, WAARNG, p. 44.
Deployed Army Bands—CW5 John S. Fraser, p. 54.
Fuel Support at Contingency Operating Base Speicher—LTC Vincent C. Nwafor, SFC Thomas E. Harrell, Jr., and SSG Paula Miller, p. 20.
LandWarNet: Is Your IT Workforce Ready?—CW3 Dannie Walters, p. 26.
Logistics Support in an Austere Environment: The Mission to Sinjar—CPT Jack A. Tyer, TNARNG, USAF, p.32.
MDMP for Sustainment Units—MAJ Daniel Misigoy, p.14.
Paying Agents: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly—MAJ Bill Keltner, p. 29.
Resourcing and Training a Level III Logistics Training and Advisory Team—LTC Carlos E. Lopez, p. 36.
Share the Road: Convoy Escort—MAJ Kris A. Kough, CAARNG, and CPT Curtis A. Goller, III, CAARNG, p. 23.
Spectrum: The Globalization of Military Logistics—MAJ Christine M. Schverak, p. 57.
Sustainment in the Army’s First Advise and Assist Brigade—LTC David Wilson, p. 7.
Tactical Ground Reporting Improves Operational Picture—CPT Spencer Brown, p. 46.
The 16th Sustainment Brigade in Iraq: Supporting the Drawdown—COL Martin B. Pitts and LTC Robert S. Mott, p. 18.
The Commander’s Emergency Response Program: Synergistic Results Through Training—MAJ Mark W. Lee, p. 10.
The Human Resources Operations Branch—CPT Roden A. Carrido, p. 41.
Training With Industry—LTC Marshall N. Ramsey, p. 50.
Unit Contracting Problems During Overseas Training Exercises—MAJ William T. Cundy, p. 48.


Aligning Metrics to Achieve Supply Chain Goals—MAJ Joseph M. Mrozinski, p. 38.
ALU Lecture Series Supports Cultural Awareness Skills Training—Staff Feature, p. 25.
Army Ammunition Management Information System Challenges—MAJ James M. L. Cook, p. 40.
BCS3: Take Another Look—LTC Dale Farrand, p. 36.
Commentary: A Case of Contracting in Today’s Environment—MAJ John P. Kilbride, p.42.
Commentary: A New Approach to Class IX Control—CW4 Martin D. Webb, p. 22.
Commentary: Excess Equipment: An Embarrassment of Riches—CPT David N. Danford, p. 48.
Commentary: Yes, Horatio, It’s Time to Rename the AG Corps—Lyle N. Adams, p. 51.
Focus: The SCoE Simulation Center Supports Training for a New Deployment Mission—MAJ Jeffrey L. Schultz and Ralph L. Poole, p. 2.
Forward Support Company Operations in Haiti—CPT Julio J. Reyes, p. 6.
Improving the Automatic Reset Induction Process—Mark S. Paun, p. 26.
Increasing and Sustaining the Polish Military Contingent in Afghanistan—MAJ Eric R. Peterson, p. 10.
International and Joint Logistics Support: Exercise Talisman Saber—LTC William C. Johnson, Jr., p. 12.
Spectrum: Ammunition Management: A Joint or Army Function?—COL Thomas S. Schorr, Jr., and COL Kenneth Deal, p. 52.
Sustaining an Afghan National Army Embedded Training Team—MAJ David L. Thompson
and CPT Christine M. Rhyne, USAF, p. 3.
The 6th Medical Logistics Management Center—MAJ Edgar G. Arroyo, p. 14.
The Army Airlift Clearance Authority: Speeding Supplies to the Warfighter—Shannon R. Lauber, p. 30.
The Corps Logistics Planning and Decision Cycle—LTC Millicen A. Dill, p. 16.
Using Holiday Block Leave to Update Training Materials—Donald D. Copley, Jr., and Rodney Edmond, p. 28.
What DOD Logisticians Should Know About the Coast Guard—LTC James C. Bates, USA (Ret.), and CW4 Stephen W. Brown, USCG (Ret.), p. 44.


“Support at Altitude” for a Multifunctional Aviation Task Force—CPT Michael R. Miller, p. 34.
Building “Log Nation” in the U.S. Central Command—MG Kenneth S. Dowd, p. 3.
Coblenz 1919: The Army’s First Sustainment Center of Excellence—Alexander F. Barnes, p. 50.
Cold-Chain Management and the Use of TempTale Technology—COL Mitchell E. Brew, MAJ Michael Ronn, and PO1 Summer Webb, USN, p. 44.
Commentary: Collaborative Management Will Improve Weapon System Sustainment—Rick Conlin and Jim MacIntosh, p. 55.
Conducting Global Container Management Training Online—Thomas Catchings, p. 29.
Equipping the Combat Support Hospital: A Case Study—LTC Charles H. Strite, Jr., p. 39.
Evolution of Petroleum Support in the U.S. Central Command Area of Responsibility—COL Jeffrey B. Carra and CW4 David Ray, USMC (Ret.), p. 16.
Extracting Army Forces From the Field—A Logistician’s Perspective—LTC Jerry B. Steinke, MNARNG, p. 20.
Focus: Logistics Officer Corps Update: Blending Functional and Multifunctional Expertise—LTC Marshall N. Ramsey and LTC Tim Gilhool, p. 2.
Fostering a Good Relationship With Contractors on the Battlefield—MSG Arthur Harris, Jr., USA (Ret.), p. 26.
Gulf War Logistics Records Donated to the Sustainment Community—Staff Feature, p. 32.
Interagency Logistics Training: Perpetuating the Whole of Government Approach to Disaster Logistics—Dr. Billy J. Davis, p. 30.
Moving Toward a More Sustainable Army Food Program—David J. Sherriff, Jr., p. 13.
Spectrum: Small-Arms Ammunition Production and Acquisition: Too Many Eggs in One Basket?—MAJ Mark W. Siekman, USAR, Dr. David A. Anderson, and Allan S. Boyce., p.60.
The Financial Management Campaign Plan: Raising the Bar to Achieve Sustainment Excellence—LTG Edgar E. Stanton III, p. 8.
The New FM 1–0, Human Resources Support—Thomas K. Wallace, Jr., p. 10.
The Ordnance Schools’ Move to Fort Lee—Gayle A. Olszyk, p.46.


1st Infantry Division Recognizes Benefits of Logistics Reporting Tool—SGT Benjamin Kibbey, USAR, p. 64.
45th Sustainment Brigade: Aerial Delivery in Afghanistan—CW2 Michelle G. Charge, p. 17.
45th Sustainment Brigade: Echelons-Above-Brigade Convoy Management in Afghanistan—MAJ Michael J. Harris and CPT Eric P. Roby, USMC, p. 14.
45th Sustainment Brigade: Supply Distribution in Afghanistan—MAJ Kerry Dennard, MAJ Christine A. Haffey, and MAJ Ray Ferguson, p. 12.
A Day in the Life of a DA Logistics Intern—Alison Silverio and Susannah Tobey, p. 63.
A Neglected Principle of War in Logistics Advising—MAJ James J. Zacchino, Jr., p. 32.
A Series of Firsts: The 3d ESC in Operation Unified Response—MAJ Paul R. Hayes, p. 9.
AFSBs and RDECOM: Strengthening the Materiel Enterprise—MAJ O’Neal A. Williams, Jr., p. 20.
Army Seeks Claimants Under Retroactive Stop-Loss Special Pay Program—Robert Pidgeon, p. 56.
Bulk Petroleum Manning Requirements in an ESC—CPT Shari S. Bowen, p. 61.
Commentary: The Logistics Branch: Multifunctional and Functional—LTG Mitchell H. Stevenson, p. 3.
Containers for Haiti: Providing Transportation and Temporary Infrastructure —Thomas Catchings, p. 46.
Contract Oversight on the Battlefield—LTC Peter W. Butts, p. 34.
Contracting Support Brigade Responds to Haiti Mission—LTC Americus M. Gill III, p. 49.
Convoy Support Teams—LTC Steven L. Updike, USAR, p. 19.
Deploying an Expeditionary Sustainment Command to Support Disaster Relief—MAJ Paul R. Hayes, p. 4.
Expediting Class IX Deliveries in Iraq—1LT Alexys M. Myers, p. 62.
Fixing the Current Reserve Components Pay Process—MAJ Noland I. Flores, CAARNG, p. 54.
Focus: International Recruiting Summit—Donald D. Copley, Jr., and Julia C. Bobick, p.2.
Improvement Strategies for Logistics Automation Support —CPT Andrew M. Sawyer, CW2 Rosung D. Petty, and SSG Jonathan C. Shaw, p. 52.
Medical Equipment Concentration Sites: A Management Solution for Army Reserve Medical Equipment Repair and Training Needs—LTC Paul Wakefield, USAR (Ret.), p. 50.
New Equipment Fielding: What Can an AFSB Do for Me?—MAJ Camilla A. Wood, p. 22.
Spectrum: Where Are We Going? The Future of Joint Logistics—MAJ Robert P. Mann, p.58.
Support Operations: Lessons Learned in a Multifunctional Medical Battalion—LTC Douglas H. Galuszka and SGM David Franco, p. 40.
Sustaining a BCT in Southern Iraq—LTC Michael B. Siegl, p. 28.
The Battery Manager Maintenance Program—LTC Anthony W. Adams, KYARNG, p. 38.
The Capabilities of the Army Field Support Brigade’s Acquisition, Logistics, and Technology Directorate—LTC Steven G. Van Riper, p.25.
Using Lessons Learned for Contracting in Haiti—Larry D. McCaskill, p. 48.

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