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Agile Combat Support Doctrine and Logistics Officer Training : Do We Need an Integrated Logistics School for the Expeditionary Air and Space Force?

By J. Reggie Hall

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Title: Agile Combat Support Doctrine and Logistics Officer Training : Do We Need an Integrated Logistics School for the Expeditionary Air and Space Force?  
Author: J. Reggie Hall
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Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Social Sciences, Air Force
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Hall, J. R. (n.d.). Agile Combat Support Doctrine and Logistics Officer Training : Do We Need an Integrated Logistics School for the Expeditionary Air and Space Force?. Retrieved from http://www.gutenberg.us/


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Lt. Col. J. Reggie Hall’s Agile Combat Support Doctrine and Logistics Officer Training: Do We Need an Integrated Logistics School for the Expeditionary Air and Space Force? examines the evolution of USAF logistics doctrine, the linkage between doctrine, strategy, tactics, and training programs, and the corresponding application of logistics employment and sustainment functions in a deployed environment. In doing so, he analyzes the USAF’s diverse logistics officer training programs to determine if there is a deficiency in interdisciplinary logistics employment and sustainment training. He ascertains whether or not that training shortfall reveals a gap between USAF logistics doctrine and expeditionary air and space force combat strategy. His study also investigates the USAF transition to the air and space expeditionary force (AEF) operational employment concept as the force projection mechanism for the expeditionary air and space force and the reliance on ACS as the primary enabler to identify specific areas here the absence of integrated logistics training impacts or potentially degrades mission success.

 
 



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