Army Supply - Army Supply David I ndie MGMT 411 Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace I nstructor Bill Teeple Table of Contents 1 Defining

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Unformatted text preview: Army Supply David I ndie MGMT 411 Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace I nstructor: Bill Teeple Table of Contents 1. Defining Army Supply/Logistics 2. Classes of supply 3. Joint Logistics Over the Shore (JLOTS) 4. Mobile Vehicle and Cargo I nspection System (mounted gamma ray imager) MVACI S 5. Combat Logistics Patrol 6. Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) 7. The Joint Logistics Analysis Tool (JLAT) 8. Prescribed Load List (PLL) 9. My opinions 10. Conclusion 11. Reference list Defining Army Supply/Logistics • Army supply/logistics forms a large integrated network of moving, acquiring and trading materials required to accomplish a job . logistics comes from a Greek word logos which means "speech, reason, ratio, rationality, language, phrase", Logistics also comes from the Greek word logistiki which means accounting and financial organization . Defining Army Supply/Logistics • I n a very well known and trusted source, the Oxford American Dictionary, defines logistics this way. "the branch of military science having to do with procuring, maintaining and transporting material, personnel and facilities." • Another definition from a dictionary defines it this way. "the time-related positioning of resources." Classes • The Army uses a total of 11 classes to make a distinction between the different types of supplies. Class I food and health items. Used by troops Class I I clothes and individual equipment like tools etc. Used by troops Class I I I all Petroleum products, oils etc. Used on equipment Class I V Construction materials, barriers and all fortification materials. Used by troops. Class V All types of Ammunition. Bombs, mines etc. Used equipment Classes • Class VI similar to class I I which has personal items, this differs as these personal items are essential to maintaining healthy life like soap and toothpaste and are of course used by troops. • Class VI I is your major end items, vehicles and tanks and is classified as being used by equipment. • Class VI I I is all your medical supplies, medicine and certain particular parts to fix medical equipment used by troops. Classes • Class I X is all other parts that do not fix medical equipment, all other parts required to fix any equipment the army has, used by the equipment. • Class X is any material to support nonmilitary programs I E agricultural and economic development. Things not included in class I through I X, used by civilians to help support the military. • Miscellaneous Water, salvage and captured material from the enemy used by the troops. Joint Logistics Over the Shore (JLOTS) • Mission of JLOTS To deliver logistical material, transported using a ship, to the land by use of a transportation terminal, without the use of developed port facilities.the use of developed port facilities....
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2010 for the course MGMT 411 taught by Professor Claper during the Winter '10 term at Embry-Riddle FL/AZ.

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Army Supply - Army Supply David I ndie MGMT 411 Logistics Management for Aviation/Aerospace I nstructor Bill Teeple Table of Contents 1 Defining

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