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This book is a guide for Logistician's (civilian or military) in the execution of support to Disaster Relief efforts. . Provides a foundation to plan and coordinate at the federal, state, and local government agencies as they develop and implement their support operations plans and execution. . Presents information for staff management that incorporates manual and automate This book is a guide for Logistician's (civilian or military) in the execution of support to Disaster Relief efforts. . Provides a foundation to plan and coordinate at the federal, state, and local government agencies as they develop and implement their support operations plans and execution. . Presents information for staff management that incorporates manual and automated procedures to monitor and track movement and commodities throughout the disaster area. . Provides new ideas and concepts that can be utilized as a planning guide to assist civilian and military leaders in support of Disaster Relief Operation's. Due to the uniqueness of the mission and technology, this book may be guided towards a rather select audience. But since this topic impacts a majority of the population, it is important to understand that at all levels, the ability to plan, coordinate, and execute is required for an operation of this magnitude to be successful. The work is not an account of the relief operations conducted in past areas, but the basis for ideas and concepts to support future planning, coordination, and development of Logistical Disaster Relief Support Operations in the future.


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This book is a guide for Logistician's (civilian or military) in the execution of support to Disaster Relief efforts. . Provides a foundation to plan and coordinate at the federal, state, and local government agencies as they develop and implement their support operations plans and execution. . Presents information for staff management that incorporates manual and automate This book is a guide for Logistician's (civilian or military) in the execution of support to Disaster Relief efforts. . Provides a foundation to plan and coordinate at the federal, state, and local government agencies as they develop and implement their support operations plans and execution. . Presents information for staff management that incorporates manual and automated procedures to monitor and track movement and commodities throughout the disaster area. . Provides new ideas and concepts that can be utilized as a planning guide to assist civilian and military leaders in support of Disaster Relief Operation's. Due to the uniqueness of the mission and technology, this book may be guided towards a rather select audience. But since this topic impacts a majority of the population, it is important to understand that at all levels, the ability to plan, coordinate, and execute is required for an operation of this magnitude to be successful. The work is not an account of the relief operations conducted in past areas, but the basis for ideas and concepts to support future planning, coordination, and development of Logistical Disaster Relief Support Operations in the future.

8 review for Logistics in Support of Disaster Relief

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jerry Vanvactor, DHA

    While this was a quick read, the book is not anything of an empirically sound or theoretically grounded book related to effective disaster management, logistics management, or emergency preparedness. This book is, definitively, one Army officer's perspective based on (self declared in the introduction) a singular episode of involvement in a disaster scenario (Hurricane Katrina when he aided his own family and worked with BCS3 for the DoD). The author's involvement, then, was not of leadership or While this was a quick read, the book is not anything of an empirically sound or theoretically grounded book related to effective disaster management, logistics management, or emergency preparedness. This book is, definitively, one Army officer's perspective based on (self declared in the introduction) a singular episode of involvement in a disaster scenario (Hurricane Katrina when he aided his own family and worked with BCS3 for the DoD). The author's involvement, then, was not of leadership or directional guidance in the mitigation, planning, response, or recovery aspects of disaster relief. While the book had some interesting points, it was clear to me, within the first few pages, that the information is derived strictly and solely from a military operational planning perspective and includes nothing of any of the leading organizational models related to disaster planning or the management thereof. I am "giving" three stars in support of a fellow officer with a book on the market. This book would not be a great resource related to emergency management.

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    Sam Stark

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  8. 4 out of 5

    Sraboni Bhattacharya

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