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Product Description: This monograph describes how well the Department of Defense logistics system supported Army forces in Operation Iraqi Freedom, documents the major reasons for shortfalls in performance, provides recommendations for improvement, and points to questions raised with respect to the design of future forces...read more

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9780833037831 | Rand Corp, March 30, 2006, cover price $25.00 | About this edition: This monograph describes how well the Department of Defense logistics system supported Army forces in Operation Iraqi Freedom, documents the major reasons for shortfalls in performance, provides recommendations for improvement, and points to questions raised with respect to the design of future forces.

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Product Description: This monograph describes how Army forces were sustained during Operation Iraqi Freedom, examines how well this support performed, and discusses the effects on operations with an emphasis on the period from the start of ground combat to the fall of Baghdad...read more

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9780833038067 | Rand Corp, September 30, 2005, cover price $30.00 | About this edition: This monograph describes how Army forces were sustained during Operation Iraqi Freedom, examines how well this support performed, and discusses the effects on operations with an emphasis on the period from the start of ground combat to the fall of Baghdad.

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Product Description: Explores ways in which the Army might improve its ability to contribute to the prompt, global power projection capability of the United States.

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9780833034786 | Rand Corp, November 1, 2003, cover price $20.00 | About this edition: Explores ways in which the Army might improve its ability to contribute to the prompt, global power projection capability of the United States.

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