A View on Sense & Respond Logistics. Mr. Nick Linkowitz HQMC/LPV 21 Sep 2006. Marine Corps Vision. Characteristics of an Expeditionary Force: Agile and flexible force Capable of a broad range of military objectives Deploy rapidly Enter objective though forcible means
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Sense & Respond Logistics
Mr. Nick Linkowitz
21 Sep 2006
General J. L. Jones
What’s in a Word?
AFJI - Oct 2000
LtCol Cassel, USMC, NWC, 1993
Joint Operational Capabilities
A Logistics Path to Change…
Sense & Respond Logistics Initiative…
“The benefit of supporting S&RL is that it brings to the Marine Corps an experiment to stress the transformational war fighting concept of Expeditionary Maneuver from the Sea-Base. The goal is to have operations, logistics, & intelligence all working together, leveraged by available information.
The stretch goal is to have logistics solutions that can be integrated into situational awareness supporting common operating pictures – Service, Naval, and Joint.”
-- DC, I&L to CMC, Nov 2003
Agility at all Levels
Sense & Respond LogisticsS&R andNetwork Centric Warfare
Assets in the Battlespace
Logistics Information Systems
Command & Control Information Systems
Intelligence Information Systems
Info Systems Layer
Col Art Corbett, USMC, MCCDC, 2003
“We must guard against over reliance on
technology. Technology can enhance the ways
and means of war by improving man’s ability to
wage it, but technology cannot and should not
attempt to eliminate man from the process.
Better equipment is not the cure for all ills;
doctrinal and tactical solutions must also be
sought.” (MCDP-1 Warfighting)