• 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,
• Improving Distribution of Organizational Equipment—MAJ T.J. Wright, p.
• 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.,
• 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,
• 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,
• 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,
• Increasing and Sustaining the Polish Military Contingent in Afghanistan—MAJ Eric R. Peterson,
• International and Joint Logistics Support: Exercise Talisman Saber—LTC William C. Johnson, Jr.,
• Spectrum: Ammunition Management: A Joint or Army Function?—COL Thomas S. Schorr, Jr., and COL Kenneth Deal,
• Sustaining an Afghan National Army Embedded Training Team—MAJ David L. Thompson
and CPT Christine M. Rhyne, USAF,
• The 6th Medical Logistics Management Center—MAJ Edgar G. Arroyo,
• The Army Airlift Clearance Authority: Speeding Supplies to the Warfighter—Shannon R. Lauber,
• The Corps Logistics Planning and Decision Cycle—LTC Millicen A. Dill,
• Using Holiday Block Leave to Update Training Materials—Donald D. Copley, Jr., and Rodney Edmond,
• What DOD Logisticians Should Know About the Coast Guard—LTC James C. Bates, USA (Ret.), and CW4 Stephen W. Brown, USCG (Ret.),
• “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,
• 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.
• 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,
• 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,
• 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,
• 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,
• Contract Oversight on the Battlefield—LTC Peter W. Butts, p. 34.
• Contracting Support Brigade Responds to Haiti Mission—LTC Americus M. Gill III,
• 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,
• 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,
• 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.),
• 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,
• 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,
• 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,
• Using Lessons Learned for Contracting in Haiti—Larry D. McCaskill,