Notes

Chapter 1

1. McChrystal (2015, p. 59).

2. Van Wassenhowe (2006, pp. 475–89).

3. Elsevier (2010, pp. 1–6); U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (2010).

4. U.S. Marine Corps (1998).

5. Department of the Army G4 and Sustainment Center of Excellence (2010, pp. 1–81).

6. U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (2010).

7. U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (2010, p. 20). “The past decades highlight the need for an effective system that can rapidly deploy self-sustaining forces to austere locations that support themselves for extended periods of time with limited infrastructure, such as required following the Haiti earthquake in January 2010. Future Army forces require support which can prolong endurance and extend operational reach. Successful ...

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