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AUSA Global: Army seeking 30 percent logistics demand reduction
The US Army has publicly release its new ‘demand reduction strategy’ for future logistics operations at this week’s Association of the US Army Global Force exhibition and symposium.
Prior to this, two important events in October 2017 were the release of the Army’s field manual 3.0, which ‘brought back the emphasis on the Army’s ability to conduct large scale ground combat operations,’ and release of the tenets for multi-domain battle, according to Brig Gen David Komar, capabilities development director at the Army’s Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC).
‘One of the things about multi-domain battle is …
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