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NEWS | Jan. 26, 2022

Logistics & Maintenance Management: 2021 Year-In-Review

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From January 1, 2021, through December 31, 2021, the Logistics/Maintenance Management section of the PS Magazine website welcomed 6,667 visitors who viewed 9,385 articles. As a part of the PS Magazine year-in-review, we took a look back at the most popular articles.

The most popular three (3) articles in the Logistics/Maintenance Management section in 2021 were Modernization Displacement and Repair Sites: MDRS 101 with 3,275 views, GCSS-Army: Deciphering Document Numbers with 3,111 views and Army Equipment: Need to Look Up An Item Manager? drawing 2,124 views.

There were two prominent themes that ran through articles devoted to logistics and maintenance management in 2021. The first was the need to train PMCS, safety and proper logistics procedures. The second was recognizing those who excel at it.

These articles touch upon the importance of maintenance training, safety and leadership involvement:
          
Taking advantage of Army maintenance recognition programs is an excellent way to acknowledge those who go above and beyond when it comes to sustainment excellence. Take a look at these articles:
  Don’t forget that PS Magazine’s “I Own This” program is yet another way to recognize Soldiers and Warfighters who “own” their equipment and maintain it to the highest standards.

Click HERE to go directly to the Logistics/Maintenance Management section of the PS website to see all of its content.

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