The war reserve component of the Marine Corps logistics system
Kramlich, Richard Scott
Sagehorn, Robert William
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The War Reserve System is designed to provide the Marine Corps with materiel support in the event it is committed to combat operations. An understanding of this system is essential not only for those who operate it, but also for those Marines who will be the recipient of its output. This thesis examines the War Reserve System in its four major phases of materiel requirements determination, attainment and storage of assets, asset withdrawal and distribution, and the replenishment of supplies in the combat objective area. Problem areas within the system are analyzed and recommendations made for alleviating them. (Author)
Distinguished Alumni Award Program author. LtGen Richard S. Kramlich, USMC (Presented 11 Nov 06)Approved for public release; distribution unlimited
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