Dear Student of Logistical Supply Chains of the US Military

When recently talking with a Supply Chain man about the advances in business distribution and the US military it occurred to me that perhaps I should take this conversation a little deeper for all students of logistical supply chains. I would like to discuss with you theory based Logistics, scheduling, manufacturing models, distribution strategies and to do that I will need to catch you up to speed with some of my thoughts on this subject matter. So I have provided links to information I have written and give to the world from my knowledge base, which can assist you.

Perhaps this information with a little help of the knowledge of the system that the military logistic officers use to protect this great nation, can help them formulate thoughts or even suggest a plan to improve logistical efficiency in the US Military. You see, in this day and age of moving components to the battlespace everything must be done without detection, as to not tip off your enemy of logistical movement and warn them, thus losing the element of surprise. It is no different in business when launching a new product, you have to use a lot of thought to not give clues to what you are doing or misdirect to allow your competitor to assume something else.

Here are the ideas, which those involved in logistical supply chains might find somewhat relevant to both Military Logistics, business and franchising.




Any way this might be some food for thought for those who study distribution and help them formulate their current thoughts on streamlining logistics and perhaps allow them to assimilate all this information with their inner working knowledge at logistical companies, large corporations or even the US Military to come up with solutions to increasing efficiency there. Consider all this in 2006.

Source by Lance Winslow

What do you think?

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