Concepts and experiments that could fundamentally change the way the U.S. Defense Dept. handles logistics and the supply chain in the information age form one of the key focuses of the Pentagon's Office of Force Transformation. Not that it will be easy. The ideas are so novel that no one in the U.S. military is using them, and most of the early adopters are in the private sector. "Sense and respond" logistics foresees a system that is networked so data flows seamlessly from the ...

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