Progress of Improvements to the Operational Logistics and Supply Units in the Theater of War in Consideration of the Warsaw Pact's Defensive Military Doctrine (Summary)14 Jun 1990
This summary presents the key points of a report on the logistics and supply units of the Warsaw Pact (WP) in the context of the newly introduced defensive military doctrine. The report was delivered at the 25th meeting of the WP's Committee of Ministers of Defense in East Berlin in 1990. The roles, function, and structure of logistics and supply units are discussed. The importance of these troops is increasing, and the new defensive strategy makes it especially crucial that they be able to mobilize swiftly.
Collection: Defense Ministers
Sender: W. M. Archipov, Deputy Defense Minister, Head of Logistics and Supply Services, Soviet Union
Language of Original Document: German
Number of Pages: 6
Cold War Period: 1985-1991
Document Source: Federal Archives of Germany, Military Branch (BA-MA), Freiburg i. Br.
Call Number: DVW 1/71053