Military Logistics International provides a global look at ground, air and naval logistics ranges from fresh ‘after-action’ reports of logistics operations in the field, through logistics transformation issues, to analysis and discussion about industrial aspects of logistics and supply chain matters. The writing in MLI mirrors the common approach to military logistics: factory to foxhole.
• ANZAC sustainment contract signed
• Canada opens Leopard II maintenance facility
• Dutch tanker cleared to refuel F-35A fighter jet
• Malaysian Armed Forces expands logistics truck fleet
Force elements within US Special Operations Command continue to be deployed thinly across the globe, tasked with conducting unconventional warfare across a wide variety of environments and terrain, each with their own specific requirements regarding logistics support and resupply.
NATO’s push for Smart Defence is leading the way in interoperability, and never more so than with fuel transport and storage.
Naval defence budgets are under a great amount of strain as governments look to deliver full-scale military capability with smaller budgets and reduced fleets.
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The withdrawal of troops from Iraq and Afghanistan has seen a significant reduction in demand for the military catering sector. However, attention is now turning to the future, as governments assess their needs and companies look to enter new markets.
- Maritime support
- Fuel storage and transport
- Catering and food supply
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