American Soldiers Are Our Most Important Customers

O'Neill, Malcolm R.
October 2010
Army Magazine;Oct2010, Vol. 60 Issue 10, p45
The article discusses the U.S. Army acquisition, logistics and technology (AL&T) community's commitment to provide American soldiers with a decisive advantage in their missions. The AL&T community is responsible for providing the Army with the best equipment and services from ammunition, foods to combat systems. The AL&T community's most important customers are the American soldiers. It should be able to provide the world's best equipment to ensure the success of each mission and the safety of soldiers.


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