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Mitchell, Anthony E.

Overview
Works: 6 works in 7 publications in 1 language and 22 library holdings
Genres: Academic theses 
Roles: Author
Classifications: TD1042.N5, 363.728709749
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Most widely held works about Anthony E Mitchell
 
Most widely held works by Anthony E Mitchell
The combat logistics force : sustaining an Army airborne brigade contingency operation in an undeveloped theater by Anthony E Mitchell( )

2 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This study investigates the possible employment of the Navy's Combat Logistics Force to sustain an Army airborne brigade conducting a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater. This discussion focuses on modifying a Navy replenishment oiler (AOR) to enhance it's capability to perform a sustainment role for an Army airborne brigade; the AOR's peacetime mission will remain providing fuel to the fleet. During the initial stages of a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater, the lead airborne brigade relies exclusively on airdrop resupply of essential sustainment items after their initial 48 hour basic load has been exhausted. Army doctrine suggests using host nation support to augment air delivered resupply and medical evacuations until required infrastructure is established. Shortfalls to this logistics doctrine have been observed during both Operation Urgent Fury in Granada, and Operation Provide Comfort in Somalia. This study explains the Shortfalls experienced by the lead brigade conducting a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater. The analysis addresses the need for joint sustainment doctrine and provides the planner with a viable option for on-call logistics support to an undeveloped theater using assets already in the U.S. Navy inventory
Combat logistics force: sustaining an Army airborne brigade contingency operation in an undeveloped theater by Anthony E Mitchell( )

in Undetermined and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This study investigates the possible employment of the Navy's Combat Logistics Force to sustain an Army airborne brigade conducting a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater. The discussion focuses on modifying a Navy replenishment oiler (AOR) to enhance it's capability to perform a sustainment role for an Army airborne brigade; the AOR's peacetime mission will remain providing fuel to the fleet. During the initial stages of a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater, the lead airborne brigade relies exclusively on airdrop resupply of essential sustainment items after their initial 48 hour basic load has been exhausted. Army doctrine suggests using host nation support to augment air delivered resupply and medical evacuations until required infrastructure is established. Shortfalls to this logistics doctrine have been observed during both Operation Urgent Fury in Grenada, and Operation Provide Comfort in Somalia. This study explains the shortfall experienced by the lead brigade conducting a contingency operation in an undeveloped theater. The analysis addresses the need for joint sustainment doctrine and provides the planner with a viable option for on-call logistics support to an undeveloped theater using assets already in the U.S. Navy inventory
Power Projection and Countermine Operations( )

1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

The Quadrennial Defense Review, Commission on Future Defense, National Defense Panel, and other efforts have reviewed and projected the security environment and force requirements that will make the military effective in the 21st century. The Navy has been leading that revolution by disengaging from Cold War thinking and redirecting its systems and procurement in support of Forward ... from the Sea. Unfortunately, this shift brings risks to critical programs--particularly countermine operations--which, if not corrected, could be tragic in the event of war
Reducing aviation noise in Brooklyn, New York( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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