joint logistics


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joint logistics

The art and science of planning and carrying out, by a joint force commander and staff, logistic operations to support the protection, movement, maneuver, firepower, and sustainmentof operating forces of two or more Military Departments of the same nation. See also logistics.
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Getting force projection and battlefield sustainment right is critical to successful joint logistics.
His work in creating a shared vision among the services on the creation of Joint Publication 4-0 resulted in a compelling image of what joint logistics should be in the future.
That will result in a cross-Service fulfillment of a logistics support request; and the sharing of common situational awareness across the joint logistics operating environment, building on both Services' logistics operational architectures.
Two appendices have been added to the publication: one covers joint logistics roles and responsibilities, and the other covers supply commodity executive agents.
This article highlights a set of joint logistics imperatives and enablers that facilitate the integration of joint operational-level logistics management.
In "Baffled by DAFL: Directive Authority History for Logistics" the author explores this topic first by addressing the various sources of guidance--doctrinal, directive, Joint, and Service--that stipulate how Joint logistics is to be conducted.
Establishment of United Nations' Joint Logistics Centre.
The two experts will reportedly work in Indonesia for the United Nations Joint Logistics Centre to coordinate help for the Aceh province.
Cassel explained that the bureaus rely upon the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Codification System (NCS) for the data interoperability, the data/systems integration, and the data integrity that underpins coalition and joint logistics.
The joint logistics enterprise (JLEnt) is playing a role in delivering the capabilities needed to provide credible deterrence in support of the NATO alliance.

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