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Training Event Highlights Importance of Logistics for Military Operations

By Dr. Robert L. Gordon | 05/08/2015 | 6:41 AM | Categories: Current Affairs

Capt. Michael S. Ibrahim has a master's degree in intermodal transportation and logistics management from American Military University and is the S-2 for the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion at Sagami General Depot, Japan. He recently summarized the experiences taken from a US Army training event in the article, "Deploying a combat sustainment support battalion to the National Training Center." His observations include the importance of several logistics functions in the success of the exercise.



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About Dr. Robert Lee Gordon

Dr. Robert Lee Gordon

Dr. Robert Lee Gordon is program director of the Reverse Logistics department at American Public University. Dr. Gordon has over twenty-five years of professional experience in supply chain management and human resources. He holds a Doctorate of Management and Organizational Leadership and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, as well earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from UCLA. Dr. Gordon has spent more than 14 years teaching reverse logistics, transportation, project management, and human resources. He has published articles on reverse logistics; supply chain management; project management; human resources; education, and complexity. He has also published four books on Reverse Logistics Management; Complexity and Project Management; Virtual Project Management Organizations, and Successful Program Management..

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