Increases in public and private aircraft demand have aerospace supply chain stakeholders changing the way they get things done.
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Military veterans bring valuable skills and characteristics that make logistics operations stronger.
The aerospace industry explores new strategies for producing planes quickly, efficiently, and profitably.
Companies in the logistics sector are stepping up to hire U.S. military veterans with aggressive recruiting and training programs.
The traits of an exceptional soldier are also the traits of exceptional logistics professionals.
Kazimir Kostrubala manages military resources as squadron operations officer and installation deployment officer with the 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 19th Airlift, at the Little Rock Air Force Base, Little Rock, Ark.
Inbound Logistics goes behind the scenes of a five-month pursuit to move the U.S. military from Iraq to Afghanistan with Brigadier General John O’Connor, director of logistics, Third Army, and commanding general of the Army Materiel Command.
Can you really model best practices from the military? After all, they invented the acronym SNAFU. But companies are finding veterans' experience and skills help promote ship-shape supply chains.
Ten years as an Army sustainment officer provided Major Jason Bullard a view of the military supply chain from just about every angle.
William Cossey Jr. moved military vehicles during the first Gulf War; civilian life finds him back in the supply chain hot seat.