Training Program in Army International Logistics Operations and Procedures.
LOGISTICS STUDIES OFFICE (ALMC) FORT LEE VA
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This study addresses International Logistics IL training requirements within the Army, with emphasis on the U.S. Army Materiel Development and Readiness Command DARCOM. Data was collected by interviews with 124 persons performing IL tasks at all levels in the Army. Through these interviews, 53 specific IL training needs were identified. From this and other data, it was concluded that significant IL training requirements exist within the Army. The major recommendation is that the Army consider short, on-site courses which focus on IL operationsprocedures within the Army top to the bottom the courses would emphasize the interrelationships and interactions between HQ, Department of the Army, and HQ, DARCOM, and its subordinate commands and depots. Author
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