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Major General Gary T. McCoy on caring for an aging fleet and becoming better logistics forecasters

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As Major General Gary T. McCoy, Commander for the Air Force Global Logistics Support Center stated, “our airplanes are getting old,” and the U.S. Air Force is having to tackle the challenge of maintaining them with a limited budget that’s continuing to be squeezed. “It’s like an old car – you have to search around the globe for parts, and that’s what we’re doing now,” said General McCoy. During the below interview he talks about how he and his team are tackling those challenges, and identifies a few great successes he’s had in strategizing with contractors, all of whom he considers integral partners to his missions.

During the below interview he talks with Kelly Hushin, Online Content Manager, Worldwide Business Research, producers of Defense Logistics, about how he and his team are tackling those challenges, and identifies a few great successes he’s had in strategizing with contractors, all of whom he considers integral partners to his missions.

Defense Logistics is a four-day forum for great logistics minds in the U.S. defense industry to discuss logistics and how to continuously aid the effectiveness of our Force. It takes place November 30 to December 3 at the Marriott Crystal Gateway in Arlington, VA. You can visit the website to take a look at other speakers joining General McCoy.

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