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Publisher:Manas Publications
Published In:2000
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1.68 lbs
Pages:pp. 416, Index, Glossary, References, Notes, Biblio., Acknowledgement

The Title "Military Logistics The Third Dimension" is written by Parmodh Sarin. This book was published in the year 2000. The ISBN number 8170490901|9788170490906 is assigned to the Hardback version of this title. This book has total of pp. 416 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Manas Publications. We have about 500 other great books from this publisher. Military Logistics The Third Dimension is currently Available with us.

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About the Book

In today's environment, strategy and national objectives form the core of the whole spectrum and logistics start with the fact that much of the strategy grows out of the economic and industrial situation. The Author adopts the view that unless national industry and economy support a strategical or a tactical plan that plan has no reasonable hope for success. Defence and development complement each other provided a holistic view is taken and defence related industry, both in the public and private sectors, is allowed to homogenise.

Although it has long been recognised that considerations of supply and material support dictate strategy and tactics, not too much effort is devoted to the study of Science and art of logistics. Concepts of logistics support have altered considerably since the 2nd World War and are still being evolved. Instead of traditional "vertical chain' what we need today is a 'horizontal support system'. The author discusses automation in the field of logistics, asset vision and puts up a case for a "national logistics grid."

The author also stipulates that traditional "principles of war" have a limited validity in so far as logistics are concerned. "Principles of Logistics" emerge from a study of various facets of material support.

The chapter on Logistics in Nuclear Environment will be of special interest to the reader because of novelty of this requirement where material support to a modern military is concerned.

A small resume' on Kargil conflict and role of logistics units and services has been added. Suggestions for improving service to combat troops in the aftermath of this conflict should trigger thinking in appropriate quarters.

About the Author

Parmodh Sarin word/computer-society-of-india" Title="computer-society-of-india">Computer Society of India een 34 eventful years in the Army Ordnance Corps, a corps responsible for providing the Indian Army material support ranging from sewing needles to tanks.

He has served as Deputy Director General Ordnance Services in the Corps HQ employed in the ULFA operations, and as Commandant of the Central Ammunition Depot, Pulgaon in Maharashtra, said to be the biggest ammunition installation in Asia. At the time of his retirement in April 1997, he was heading a Rs. 60 crore Ministry of Defence project on "Inventory Automation".

His qualifications include the "Long Defence Management Course" at the College of Defence Management, Secunderabad, a Master's degree in "Materials Management", "Electronic Data Processing & System Designing" course at Military College of Telecommunication Engineering, Mhow (MP) and a degree in "Higher Ordnance Management" from the College of Materials Management, Jabalpur.

Brig. Sarin is also a member of several professional bodies : The All India Management Association, the Computer Society of India and the Asian Council of Logistics Management.

He has written on professional and topical subjects for several military journals including the United Service Institute (USI) journal throughout his career. He was awarded a medal for his paper on "Motivation" in the "Chief of the Army Staff Gold Medal Essay Competition" in 1986.



1. In Retrospect
2. What is Logistics
3. Principles of Logistics
4. Planning Aspects-Logistics
5. Defence and Development
6. Economics of Logistics
7. Bureaucracy and Logistics
8. Teeth to Tail
9. Requisites of an Efficient System
10. Logistics when Environment is Nuclear
11. Siachen Challenge
12. Our Wasteful Ways
13. Looking Ahead
14. Automation and Logistics
15. Asset Visibility
16. Integrated Logistics Support System
17. National Logistics Grid
18. Kargil Experience