Armor & Mobility

MAR-APR 2018

Military magazines in the United States and Canada, covering Armor and Mobility, focuses on tactical vehicles, C4ISR, Special Operations Forces, latest soldier equipment, shelters, and key DoD programs

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PG 8 Defining Logistics Services for Any Contingency A logistics provider of service support initiatives to the U.S. Department of Defense and Interagency programs including LOGCAP IV and AFCAP IV. By Ella Studer PG 15 Enhancing the Army's Network to "Fight Tonight" PEO C3T's new network modernization strategy is designed to enable sustainment of full communications readiness while implementing next-generation solutions. By Paul D. Mehney and Justin Eimers PG 18 Reinforcing Force Expedience U.S. Defense Logistics Agency lays out its 2018-2026 Strategic Plan for achieving agency goals for the near and long term. By Beth Reece and Melissa Bohan PG 26 Expanding the Combat Power Envelope U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research and Development Center (TARDEC) Advanced Combat Engine (ACE) program for ground combat vehicle propulsion power and efficiency. By John Tasdemir PG 30 Advancing Dynamic Combat Capability A technology integrator will be competing to provide the U.S. Army's Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) program with rapidly fieldable prototypes. Interview with Jim Scanlon SIGN UP FOR YOUR SUBSCRIPTION | scan the code to sign up now! MARCH/APRIL 2018 ARMOR & MOBILITY 22 Features COMMANDER'S CORNER Major General Randy S. Taylor Commanding General U.S. Army Communications- Electronics Command (CECOM) 11 Cover: Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 37th Field Artillery Regiment, convoy to a staging area just before sunset during Bayonet Focus 18-02 at Fort Hunter, Liggett, CA. Bayonet Focus 18-02 the capstone training environment design emphasizes individual and collective Soldier skills against an adaptable force in an austere and fluctuating environment. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Kenneth Burkhart, 302nd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment) Departments 2 32 Insights Advertisers Index/ Calendar of Events LOGISTICS FOCUS 6 Major General Duane A. Gamble Commanding General U.S. Army Sustainment Command (ASC) LEADERSHIP PERSPECTIVE 20 Rear Admiral William W. "Trey" Wheeler III Commander Patrol and Reconnaissance Group (CPRG) CPRG-Pacific STRENGTH THROUGH TEST The U.S. Marine Corp's next-generation CH-53K King Stallion Heavy Lift Helicopter is proving up to the task in providing large load carry capability. By Liz Mildenstein INDUSTRY PARTNER 4 | Armor & Mobility | March/April 2018

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