The 34th Annual National Logistics Forum brings together senior government and industry logistics policy officials and practitioners to address current challenges facing the delivery of logistics capabilities and services in the current and future severely resource constrained environment.
The event highlights significant challenges in maintaining our military force readiness in the face of an rapidly changing threat and declining state of force availability. It identifies the opportunities to innovate and assesses future impacts on logistics support to Warfighters based on the known and anticipated fiscal constraints to be encountered in the coming years.
The Forum features senior leadership from the Pentagon, Combatant Commands, Military Services and Support Agencies.
Innovation – Experience a technology display area that will highlight cutting-edge capabilities being developed to efficiently and effectively support our Warfighters
Networking – The National Logistics Forum provides the best platform to network with over 200 senior government and industry logistics policy officials and practitioners
Engagement – Share dialogue with both national and international members of the Defense, and various experts across logistics management
LtGen Broadmeadow RADM Verrasto Maj Gen Johnson
MG Dorman Brig Gen Sheley RADM Stamatopolous
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