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Handbook 10-55
August 2010

Foreword

This newsletter emphasizes Army and Marine Corps efforts as joint or coalition forces. These professional journal articles focus on joint teams integrating logistics support to the warfighter. Topics include supply operations for Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom, resupply and retail assistance for strategic sustainment missions, research and development of logistic systems with interoperability, fielding products, and understanding joint asset visibility. Maintaining unit supply support and individual core supply skills are crucial while operating in tactical hybrid conditions. Implementing this capability during multi-functional support roles is imperative for adapting supply support that is both responsive and flexible. Soldiers and Marines evolve into hybrid forces capable of meeting joint warfighter logistical requirements at the tactical and operational echelons.

CALL and MCCLL hope this issue stimulates innovation and sharing of ideas between services. Implementing lessons learned and best practices today and in the future will ensure our forces organize and operate more effectively.



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