REDSTONE ARSENAL, Alabama – Military and industry experts will meet to discuss the force’s current state and future plans during the annual meeting of the Association of the United States Army and the exhibition October 11-13 in Washington, DC During the three-day forum, military and industry leaders will highlight how the force cares for its people and invests in the future, and how the military remains ready to fight and win.
Kicking off a Contemporary Military Forum on “Transforming Sustainment to Strength Support Multi-Domain Operations,” Gen. Ed Daly, Commanding General of Army Materiel Command Land and Senior Army Officer, will emphasize the importance of balancing strategic readiness and modernization. The panel will take place on October 12 at 10 a.m. EDT.
“The sustainment transformation will provide the joint force with the speed, reach and convergence necessary to win in competition, crisis and conflict – in any theater across the world,” Daly said. “It’s time for a bold transformation. We need to create viable and capable sustainment nodes to move logistics rapidly while simultaneously arming decision-makers with real-time, data-driven, integrated options coupled with an anticipated intuition of sustainment requirements. “
The forum will be moderated by Retired Major-General Clark LeMasters and chaired by Lieutenant-General Donnie Walker, Deputy Commanding General of the AMC. Other panelists include Lieutenant-General James Rainey, deputy chief of staff for operations, plans and training (G-3/5/7); Lieutenant General Duane Gamble, Deputy Chief of Staff for Logistics (G-4); IBM’s retired Lieutenant-General John Morgan; and John Baxter with the Concourse Group.
“This panel will explore the transformation of military sustainment at the strategic, operational and tactical levels to meet the capability requirements outlined in the Joint Concept for Contested Logistics,” Walker said. “Sustainment of a MDO-ready force begins in the strategic support zone, which includes the homeland and extends to operational and tactical support zones. “
To ensure military readiness, the material company is investing in power projection platforms and mobilization force generation facilities, as well as expanding the military’s global reach by moving millions of pieces of equipment to the right units and strategically locating the military’s pre-positioned stocks around the world, Marcheur said.
“The army’s pre-positioned stocks increase the speed of the army’s force projection by reducing the initial amount of strategic lift,” he said. “It is an essential element of the strategic triad of mobility, along with maritime transport and air transport. “
Another area Walker plans to highlight is the modernization of the Army’s organic industrial base, 23 manufacturing arsenals, maintenance depots, and ammunition factories that manufacture and reset Army equipment, generating a readiness and operational capability in all army formations.
“We need to modernize and retool our industrial facilities to support and maintain the next generation of Army equipment,” Walker said. “The military is proposing investments of $ 16 billion over the next few years to improve the OIB and equip it with advanced technologies and clean energy.”
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