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Introduction to Supply Procedures; A Self-Instruction Text BJ010, BJG11, BJB60

United States Army Infantry School

Published by United States Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA, 1967
Condition: Good Soft cover
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44 pages, counting covers. Illustrations. Approximately 7.25 by 5 inches. This reflects the state of knowledge and the state of practice in the United States Army during the Vietnam War. This programmed instructional text has been prepared to teach the fundamentals of supply procedures. This is not a test, but by writing the correct terms, the student will better learn these procedures. The instructions were to complete the blank spaces with the proper term or example. The correct response to the previous frame is printed at the tome of the next page to enable the student to check himself or herself. Some blanks filled in with pencil notes or marks. Military supply chain management is a cross-functional approach to procuring, producing and delivering products and services for military applications. The broad management scope includes sub-suppliers, suppliers, internal information and funds flow. A supply is the procurement, distribution, maintenance while in storage and salvage of supplies, including the determination of kind and quantity of supplies. The producer phase of a military supply extends from determination of procurement schedules to acceptance of finished supplies by the military services. The consumer phase of a military supply extends from receipt of finished supplies by the military services, through issue for use or consumption. Military logistics is the science of planning and carrying out the movement and maintenance of armed forces. In its most comprehensive sense, those aspects of military operations that deal with: a. design and development, acquisition, storage, movement, distribution, maintenance, evacuation, and disposition of materiel; b. movement, evacuation, and hospitalization of personnel; c. acquisition or construction, maintenance, operation and disposition of facilities; and d. acquisition or furnishing of services. The major difference between the concept of logistic management and supply chain management is the level of information gathered, processes, analyzed and used for decision making. An SCM-based organization not only having concerns with its immediate clients but also handles and forecasts the factors affecting directly or indirectly their supplier or suppliers or on their client or clients. If we exclude this information part out of supply chain model then we can see the logistic management part of the business. Bookseller Inventory # 74200

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Title: Introduction to Supply Procedures; A ...

Publisher: United States Army Infantry School, Fort Benning, GA

Publication Date: 1967

Binding: Wraps

Book Condition: Good

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