George A. Cahlink
Recent stories by George A. Cahlink
Civilian workers will be put through tactical, operational, and strategic training programs.
USAF's air logistics centers are now faster, more efficient providers of combat power.
It will take a while, but the Pentagon is going to get a modern personnel system.
Soon, a computer-based system will decide who gets what supplies, and when.
The Warsaw Pact is dead. With some luck, NATO will avoid the same fate.
When it comes to fratricide,“zero is the only good score.”
The 2005 base realignment and closure round will cut deeply and help shape the force for decades.
To DOD managers, it’s healthy capitalism, but federal unions and some lawmakers aren’t pleased.
Supporters say the post–9/11 work of USAF depots underscores the value of government-owned repair cent
DOD thinks it can save money and free more troops to fight by hiring private firms to provide support
With a new base-closing round set for 2005, communities have begun to mount aggressive defenses.
Leaking roofs, crumbling runways, broken sewers, and more add up to a $60 billion military maintenance