THOUGHTS ON SPECIFIC SUPPLY IN RESOLUTE SUPPORT OPERATION
Abstract: Considering the lessons learned from the theater of operations in Afghanistan, it appears that there has
been progress in creating a stable security environment to provide the reconstruction support, the mission Resolute Support
contributing specifically to its realization, but the process is far from completion. Providing efficient and effective logistical
support to the contingents taking part in specific actions of this mission requires sometimes the adoption of multinational
solutions, making it one of the main issues that the planners of the operation consider in planning the logistical support, and
more regarding the supply, this representing an extremely important functional domain of the logistic support considering
the specific of this operation
Keywords: Logistic Support; Resolute Support operation; Life Support Services; Contractors.
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