Army logisticians regularly lack the training for their combat roles. The maneuver unit’s missions and incessant pace of testing, fielding, and integrating new technology and capabilities impose a prodigious commitment in time and training. The logistician acknowledges and appreciates the combat unit’s extraordinary enterprise and expends enormous energy to ensure the maneuver unit’s readiness-normally at the expense of the sustainment unit’s own readiness.This dilemma speaks to the logistician’s apparent need to train for wartime self-sufficiency, while simultaneously supporting others’ preparation for war. How would you as a leader address this imbalance in training?

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