Armor & Mobility

If we had to choose a single word that would convey the major thrust of the October issue of Armor & Mobility, it would be NEW. The features in this issue shed light on recent defense developments, including new aspects of Army prepositioned stocks, the Army’s new four-star command—the Army Futures Command, the concept of Multi-Domain Operations, and efforts at modernizing gear for both Soldiers and Marines.

 

Features include:

  • MG Duane A. Gamble, Commanding General, U.S. Army Sustainment Command, on Army prepositioned stocks, including the new combat-configured APS and the Configured for Combat plan

  • LTG Eric J. Wesley, Deputy Commanding General, Futures / Director, Army Capabilities Integration Center, U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, on Multi-Domain Operations: its purpose, importance and necessity

  • Army experts on the Army Futures Command, including reasons for the new command’s location, strategic partnerships, and its efforts at achieving unity among different elements of the Army future force modernization enterprise

  • Justin Eimers, Public Affairs Office at Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical, on the Developmental Operations model, including its focus on putting new technology in the hands of Soldiers and receiving their feedback early in the acquisition process

  • Michael S. Hendrickson, tank maintenance team leader at the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, Integrated Logistics Support Center, on the reality check that will certainly take place for those who are not carefully attentive to maintenance and diagnostics

  • The Annual Warfighters Tactical Gear Guide, which highlights Army and Marine Corps modernization efforts, from the Army’s updated Soldier Protection System to a variety of gear for Marines

A&M, October 2018
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A&M, May/June 2018

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A&M, October 2017

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