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Current Logistics methods require fixed and costly supply chains, extensive maintenance concepts, vulnerable logistics information systems, long training pipelines, and cumbersome business processes designed to maintain specified levels of warfighting performance. The Department of the Navy (DON) must rethink its approach to logistics in order to give the warfighting commander flexible options. The DON could benefit from incorporating advanced technologies such as advanced manufacturing, autonomous systems, and creative use of Adaptive Force Packages on existing and new platforms to transform our logistics concepts to a more agile, scalable warfighting tool....
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