The Process of Military Distribution Management: A Guide to Assist Military and Civilian Logisticians in Linking Commodities and Movement by James H. Henderson

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Author
James H. Henderson
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Authorhouse
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440
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9781425945251
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Paperback
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Book review

This book is a guide for Logistician's (military or civilian) in the execution of Movement Control and Distribution Management. - Provides examples of procedures and guidance utilized by our armed forces operating in Iraq to date, as well as being reviewed as emerging doctrine for the future. - Presents information for staff management that incorporates manual and automated procedures to monitor and track movement and commodities on today's modern battlefields. - Provides a process to utilize data from different automation systems, which do not talk to one another, as well as incorporates manual procedures to develop a system to monitor and track movement and commodities on today's modern battlefields. By doing this, we have provided the commander with a focused staff battle rhythm that works. Due to the Army Transformation and Spiral Development, there is a lack of documentation on just how to interpret and implement the new concepts and automation applications, and synchronize their usage and development. Many of the ideas and process in this book have not advanced beyond the conjectural level. The work covered is an initial effort to make operational these new ideas and procedures and provide them as training in a classroom and wartime environment. The uniqueness of the logistical mission and the technology of these services, this book may be guided towards a rather select audience. But due to the tactics and methods being used by our enemies in the field, it is important to understand that at all levels, the ability to have visibility and command and control of movement within our battle space is essential.


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