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United States Military Infrastructure and Logistics Market 2015-2019 with AECOM Technology, Dyncorp International, GENCO Distribution Systems, KBR & Lockheed Martin Dominating

United States Military Infrastructure and Logistics Market 2015-2019 with AECOM Technology, Dyncorp International, GENCO Distribution Systems, KBR & Lockheed Martin Dominating PR Newswire (U.S.) 25 March 2015 09:06 DUBLIN, Mar. 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ –Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jp3fg6/military) has announced the … Continue reading

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The globalization of military logistics

The globalization of military logistics Author(s): Christine M. Schverak Source:Army Sustainment. 42.3 (May-June 2010): p57. http://www.almc.army.mil/ALOG/ The United States, in its ninth year of combat operations in Southwest Asia, employs at least one civilian contractor for every service member on … Continue reading

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Military Infrastructure and Logistics Market in the US 2015-2019

Military Infrastructure and Logistics Market in the US 2015-2019 Military Infrastructure and Logistics market in the US to grow at a CAGR of 2.08 percent over the period 2014-2019. companiesandmarkets.com 2015-03-13 09:10:02 – Military Infrastructure and Logistics Market in the … Continue reading

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Army plans large reductions in service contract support

Army plans large reductions in service contract support Thursday – 3/12/2015, 4:00am EDT By Jared Serbu More Reports Listen to Jared’s story on the Federal Drive Download mp3 The Army is in the midst of a significant reduction in its … Continue reading

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A Colombian Merc Firm Was the Pentagon’s Shadiest Afghanistan Contractor

Joseph Trevithick on Mar 9 Cesar Mendez Agudelo and 2 others recommended A Colombian Merc Firm Was the Pentagon’s Shadiest Afghanistan Contractor The U.S. military let an allegedly mobbed-up military company take American money … and sensitive information by JOSEPH TREVITHICK & ROBERT … Continue reading

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Leidos Triumphs in Major UK Support Bid

Leidos Triumphs in Major UK Support Bid 6:42 a.m. EST February 19, 2015 (Photo: MoD) CONNECT 5 TWEET 2 LINKEDINCOMMENTEMAILMORE LONDON — Leidos has secured its first major support deal from the UK Defence Ministry, the MoD announced on Thursday. … Continue reading

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Transforming war supply: considerations and rationales behind contractor support to UK overseas military operations in the twenty-first century

Transforming war supply: considerations and rationales behind contractor support to UK overseas military operations in the twenty-first century Author(s): Christopher Kinsey International Journal. 69.4 (Dec. 2014): p494. Abstract Since the end of the Cold War, policymakers and academics alike have … Continue reading

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Another Atterbury chapter in history

News: Another Atterbury chapter in history Story by Capt. Jessica Cates Capt. Jessica CatesGroup photo of the Camp Atterbury Individual Readiness Deployment Operation Program staff. They processed over 400 contractors a week since 2010. EDINBURGH, Ind. – For the past … Continue reading

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Task Force On Contractor Logistics in Support of Contingency Operations, June 2014

Task Force On Contractor Logistics in Support of Contingency Operations, June 2014

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The globalization of military logistics

The globalization of military logistics By Schverak, Christine M. Army Sustainment May 1, 2010 The United States, in its ninth year of combat operations in Southwest Asia, employs at least one civilian contractor for every service member on the battlefield.(1) … Continue reading

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