There’s an old saying that an Army travels on it’s stomach.  The importance of supplies in keeping an army (or navy or

Members of WWII's the Red Ball Express

air force, or marine) unit moving has been a primary focus since Hannibal crossed the Alps.  Great military leaders understood the importance of getting supplies to the troops and made sure it happened.

The use of railroads, convoys,  air cargo planes, and packaging are a result of military need, or were improved because of military need.

Today’s posting is not about risk in supply chain, it’s about honoring the men and women of the military who have served, both on the field of battle and in support roles. 

To those brave men and women who have protected this country. . .

Thank You!

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