6 edition of Logistics in the national defense found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Henry E. Eccles.|
|LC Classifications||U168 .E22 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 347 p. :|
|Number of Pages||347|
|LC Control Number||81004920|
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The author develops the concept that logistics constitute a bridge between the national economy and the combat forces. He explains the role of the civilian as well as of the professional, and discusses the differences in their modes of thought and methods of operation.3/5(1).
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in the logistics leadership seriesCited by: The author, renowned defense logistics expert General William Tuttle, covers all aspects of the subject including force projection, force sustainment, and minimizing the logistics "footprint" in battle spaces/5(4). Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion.
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in the logistics leadership series. The author develops the concept that logistics constitute a bridge between the national economy and the combat forces.
He explains the role of the civilian as well as of the professional, and discusses the differences in their modes of thought and methods of operation.
In logistics: Fundamentals. Eccles, whose Logistics in the National Defense appeared in Expanding Thorpe’s trinity to five (strategy, tactics, logistics, intelligence, communications), Eccles developed a conceptual framework that envisaged logistics as the military element in the nation’s economy and the economic element in its military operations—that is, as a.
Operational Logistics: The Art and Science of Sustaining Military Operations explores military logistics in terms of the theoretical foundations of operational logistics (OpLog) and its applications.
The theoretical foundations are examined with regard to two dimensions. First, the artistic or qualitative aspects of contemporary logistics are looked at in the context of the operational level /5(2).
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It has been accepted for inclusion in Naval War College Review by an authorized editor of U.S. Naval War College Digital Commons. For more information, please contact Logistics in the National DefenseCited by: By Henry E.
Eccles, Published on 08/13/18Cited by: The Defense Logistics Agency is the Department of Defense's combat logistics support agency. DLA provides the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, other federal agencies and partner nation armed forces with a full spectrum of logistics, acquisition and technical services.
DLA sources and provides nearly all of the consumable items America’s military forces need to operate – from food, fuel. Logistics—the transfer of personnel and materiel from one location to another, as well as the maintenance of that materiel—is essential for a military to be able to support an ongoing deployment or respond effectively to emergent threats.
RAND has long provided guidance and effective solutions to military supply and logistics decisionmakers, resulting in significant savings, improved.
Admiral Henry Eccles in his seminal work Logistics and the National Defense stated that logistics is the bridge between military operations and a nation's economy.
This conceptual linkage is best represented in a nation's processes, resources, and systems used to generate materiel and personnel. Neither option is vertical specific, though, so if you’re looking for a detailed dive into retail or defense logistics, you should go for a more targeted book.
If I was picking just one of these, I’d make my decision based on time in the industry. One to three years, pick up Essentials.
More than three, go with Logistics. There are a huge number of technical books. There is also the definition of logistics. For many logistics is limited warehousing and distribution functions; to others, logistics is a part of supply chain management.
Military logistics has many differences from commercial logistics; as does medical/health care, and humanitarian efforts. A serious and fruitful study of the important role of logistics in warfare, its operational features and its place in the organization of our national defense.
As such, the people, procedures, and technology that make up the national military logistics systems are essential to create and maintain military power. Without these elements, all of the operational capabilities that a nation might develop become unusable.
Logistics, then, is one of the critical building blocks for any defense institution. The most junior personnel in logistics are going to have to come up with creative ideas in a new world dominated by global power competition, a senior Defense Department official said.
Journal of Defense Analytics and Logistics: Considers a broad range of topics across the logistics, operations research, and supply chain management space, contributing directly to the art and science of national and/or international defense: Loglines: Official Defense Logistics Agency magazine: MS&T: Military Simulation & Training.