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March 24th, 2004

Revolutionizing Logistics Support by "Thinking Small"

Abstract:
In a recent article in Army Logistician, RAND researcher Calvin Shipbaugh states that, although the last Army After Next (AAN) wargames were characterized by huge components like "gigantic tilt rotors, cavernous strategic-lift vehicles, and island sized-staging structures," the Revolution in Military Affairs (RMA) actually depends more upon new technologies on the opposite end of the size spectrum.

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