joint logistics


joint logistics
The art and science of planning and carrying out, by a joint force commander and staff, logistic operations to support the protection, movement, maneuver, firepower, and sustainment of operating forces of two or more Military Departments of the same nation. See also logistics.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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