Published January 2006
by Not Avail .
Written in English
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Suggested Citation:"From Factory to Foxhole: Improving the Army’s Supply Chain." National Academy of Engineering. Frontiers of Engineering: Reports on Leading-Edge Engineering from the Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. From Factory to Foxhole: The Battle for Logistics Efficiency. J maintenance, and distribution operations. Compliant with the Department of Defense logistics architecture, GCSS-MC is interoperable with the military's other systems. and improve logistics support to combatant commanders and warfighters. From factory to foxhole: improving DOD logistics: hearing before the Subcommittee on Oversight of Government Management, the Federal Workforce, and the District of Columbia of the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Ninth Congress, first session, October 6, that enhance the Defense Logistics and Global Supply Chain Management System. This designation provides flexible, reliable, responsive support to the warfighter from factory to foxhole. USTRANSCOM is DOD’s global distribution operations synchronizer responsible for providing military representation to U.S. national agencies, U.S. commercial.
The G-4 will work with CASCOM and the U.S. Transportation Command, the DoD distribution process owner, to develop this solution from factory to foxhole in the joint environment. Along with AMC and the Defense Logistics Agency, we are committed to enabling an effective distribution-based sustainment process. The logistical concept for future operations, domestic or international, has to be able to support the modular based force concept “from factory to foxhole.” The logistical concept has to be able to deal with every aspect of the supply value chain with domestic and international suppliers, different supply concepts together with others in. As a cornerstone of the Single Army Logistics Enterprise—the Army-wide vision for integrating logistics business processes from the factory to the foxhole—the LMP provides the functional and technical benefits that bring rapid order fulfillment, improved demand planning and forecasting, streamlined depot operations, and financial visibility. of logistics management and conditions the synergy of logistics operations. It is strategic in nature, as it is designed and implemented in order to improve the.
US Army Logistics Quick Reference Guide 1. 0 CASCOM Force Development Directorate LTC Davie Burgdorf, The Official Army Smartbook for understanding Army Logistics from factory to foxhole, including the role of logistics units and their responsibilities and interconnectivity Final (18 February ). Page 2 GAO Defense Logistics 4 DOD highlighted the need to improve materiel distribution and identified various improvement initiatives, but these high-level plans did not specify how DOD would integrate, guide, and measure the outcomes. Therefore, we recommended that DOD develop a comprehensive corrective action. Fundamentally, the DOD must consider ways to deliver lethal effects in nontraditional ways that will reverse the ever-increasing logistics 's high-tech warfighting investments to. integrates and fuses information from the factory to the foxhole- coordinating, expediting, and managing the numerous activities in between. Performing these functions requires communications and interactions not only within and between command layers and theatres, but also between sister services. Knowledge gives leaders necessary awareness.