Logistics Transition Team

Betancourt, David A.
March 2009
Army Logistician;Mar2009, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p29
The article discusses the training exercises conducted by the logistics transition team (LTT) of the U.S. which aims to train and mentor the 2d Division, Iraqi Army in all areas of logistics. The training includes maintenance operations, munitions management, and human resources management. It also acknowledge the important role of Iraqi instructors in the success of the mission.


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