Should the U.S. Army Adopt New Policies and Procedures for Responding to Emergency Ammunition Demands

by David M. Oaks

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An ammunition system capable of providing limited and rapid resupply of munitions is particularly important for future U.S. Army operations. This study analyzes alterative processes and associated policies for providing this capability.

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