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V.49 #2 March-april 2017; Army Sustainment (formerly Army Logistician)

Army Sustainment, V. 49, No. 2, March-April 2017
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Army Sustainment is the Department of the Army’s official professional bulletin on sustainment. Its mission is to publish timely, authoritative information on Army and Defense sustainment plans, programs, policies, operations, procedures, and doctrine for the benefit of all sustainment personnel. Its purpose is to provide a forum for the exchange of information and expression of original, creative, innovative thought on sustainment functions.

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents:
2 Training: The Foundation of Success
To provide units with the best training, commanders must assess risk,
prioritize resources, plan training tasks, and capture lessons learned.
By Gen. Gustave “Gus” Perna
4 The Next Evolution of Army Training
Training must be done right in order to develop competent Soldiers
and ready formations. The Army G-4 shares five lessons about
training sustainers.
By Lt. Gen. Aundre F. Piggee
6 Sustainment Training Enablers to Enhance Army Readiness
Two recently published tools will help to develop the sustainment
professionals that the Army needs now and will need in the future.
By Maj. Gen. Darrell K. Williams and Kevin M. Born
20 Back to the Fundamentals: An Interview With
Lt. Gen. Joseph Anderson
The Army’s deputy chief of staff, G-3/5/7, shares his insights
on how sustainers can prepare for the Army’s new training
environment and mindset.
By Arpi Dilanian and Matthew Howard
3 Preparing Our Sustainment Noncommissioned Officers
By Command Sgt. Maj. James K. Sims
10 Where the NCO Professional Development System Began
By Command Sgt. Maj. David S. Davenport Sr.
12 Protecting the Tail of the Tiger: Reshaping the Way We Train Logistics
By Capt. Travis Michelena
14 Developing Sustainment Leaders for the Future Fight
By Lt. Col. Adrian Gamez and Lt. Col. Matthew A. Price
17 Management Versus Command
By Christopher R. Paparone, Ph.D., and George L. Topic Jr.
24 Building Tomorrow’s Leaders by Design
By Col. Todd A. Heussner
30 Tactical-Level Sustainment Training
By Brig. Gen. Patrick E. Matlock
34 Turning Logistics Lieutenants Into Multifunctional Leaders
By Capt. Alan M. Strange and Capt. Samantha L. Smay
40 The Sustainment Training Center: The Army National Guard’s Premiere
Sustainment Training Capability
By Lt. Col. David E. Babb
46 Training Needs to Change When Conditions Change: An Interview With
Retired Lt. Gen. Chris Christianson
By Arpi Dilanian and Matthew Howard
52 Streamlining Composite Truck Companies
By Capt. Joseph B. Steigman
56 Determining the Purpose of an ISB for Airborne Operations
By Lt. Col. Joel P. Gleason and Lt. Col. Gary Brock
60 A Realistic and Relevant Medic Training Program
By Sgt. 1st Class Edward M. Erbland
62 Realism Versus “Range-ism”: Using Surface Danger Zones to Plan
Convoy Live Fires
By Maj. Emanuel Velez and Capt. Frederick Brown
65 Financial Management and Human Resources Warfighter
Training Support Packages
By Sgt. 1st Class Alejandro Bustamante
66 Sustainment Leaders Can Benefit From Geospatial Intelligence
By Maj. Michael S. Harrell


Target audience are members of the Army, Army contractors, and Department of Defense staff interested in timely, authoritative information on Army and Department of Defense sustainment plans, programs, policies, operations, procedures, and doctrine for the benefit of all Army personnel.  In addition, military historians and members of the general public interested in current Army news and information will find this a fascinating read.

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