Link | Logistics Interoperability, Deterrence and Resilience – Why Working as Allies Matters Now More Than Ever

By The Cove February 5, 2020

We believe that in a contested and competitive strategic environment, at a time where preparedness will differentiate a relevant military from one not so, true logistics interoperability will be a strategic strength.”

In today’s link from Logistics In War , Todd Ashurst and David Beaumont explore the important role logistics interoperability has played in building relationships between allied forces. They also examine how logistics interoperability allows allies to more readily support one another, giving them options before, during, and post-crisis that they may not have had before. They argue that the resilience and responsiveness this provides may prove to be a strategic strength. A great read for logisticians, strategists and force planners alike.



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The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Australian Army, the Department of Defence or the Australian Government.

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