Michael Madden: NAVSUP logistics in better place due to tech innovation

NAVSUP's vice commander discussed logistics challenges with supply chain management, quality of life services and fuel purchases for ships, submarines and aircr...

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No military airplane, land convoy or ship goes very far without supplies. For the Navy, that is where the 22,000-strong Naval Supply Systems Command, or NAVSUP, comes in. For an update on supply people, systems and strategies, Federal Drive with Tom Temin spoke with Michael Madden, vice commander of NAVSUP, at the Sea Air Space conference this week.

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