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 http://www.ncms.org/index.php/2014/06/exlog-wargame-vii/BLACK & ROSSI PARTICIPATES IN 2013 USMC EXPEDITIONARY LOGISTICS WARGAME VII AT USMC BASE QUANTICO, VIRGINIA

Quantico, Virginia

Black & Rossi participated in the 2013 USMC Expeditionary Logistics Wargame VII at USMC Base Quantico to assess the interoperability of multi-national logistic systems on the battlefield. The ability to optimize the logistics supply chain of US forces with  our international allies on military missions becomes critical to maintain system readiness and insure safety of soldiers in the field.

Over 1800 personnel participated with 600 pieces of equipment from 35 partner nations to evaluate procedures to reduce redundancy in logistical assets and increase the overall interoperability for future coalition operations. A video that was provided by USMC about the wargame is available at the following link:

 http://www.ncms.org/index.php/2014/06/exlog-wargame-vii/

password: wargame2013

For more information about this project contact Debbie Lilu, 
(734) 995-7038, debral@ncms.org

ABOUT THE COMPANY: Since its inception in 2002, Black & Rossi has provided information technology, project planning and manage-ment, operational logistics consulting and other specialized services for a variety of private sector companies, Department of Defense clients including the United States Marine Corps and U.S. Army, several Foreign Ministries of Defense, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and assorted commercial and academia entities. The firm specializes in developing practical, workable solutions for extremely complex problems. For further information about Black & Rossi, visit the company's website at www.blackrossi.com or call 281-292-1022.



Black & Rossi President Bill Black (far left) shown with the British team at the 2013 USMC Expeditionary Logistics Wargame held at the USMC Base in Quantico, Virginia. Black worked with the British team to evaluate procedures for reducing redundancy in logistical assets and to find ways to increase overall operability for future coalition operations.