Integrated Logistics Support
Repair & Overhaul
Marvin Land Systems offers all levels of maintenance services from I-level (intermediate level) to O-level (organizational level) including depot-level repairs or major overhauls in order to ensure our customer’s equipment is ready and available when they need to use it.Our southern California facility includes a depot facility used to carry out depot-level repairs and overhaul on ECSs (Environmental Control Systems) and APUs (Auxiliary Power Units). We have the staff, capabilities and resources to perform the necessary services and return the product back into service as soon as possible.
Marvin Land Systems offers in-house and on-site training (local and international) to ensure correct and proper use of our equipment, as well as maintenance and repair. Our equipment is designed to be used in the harshest environments but it is imperative that the correct operation, use and maintenance is carried out with the equipment at all times. We believe that providing these services as an option to customers provide a valuable service to our customers during the life of the product.
Our technical services offer customers a wide range of engineering solutions. We offer complete design and development services, as well as design modifications to provide the best solutions to customers needs, or fault or failure investigation. Our engineers and technicians possess vast background knowledge of our products, test equipments, and various engineering tools to address a range of customers requirements.
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How many logistic soldiers for every combat soldier, and what level of military formation are they integrated?
Due to a small amount of research i have figured out that there are 25,000 logistics soldiers for every 15,000 combat soldiers in a division. But this doesn't add up because I believe a division only has about 15,000 soldiers in it. So my question is, where are logistics soldiers integrated into a combat military formation? Are there logistic companies in combat battalions, are there logistic battalions in combat brigades? What is the modern day ratio? If we were going to go to total war would we still only be able to have 10% of our population be in the military due to economic and in…
The US Army doesn't really do Division style units anymore. It's newest tactic is called the Modular Brigade Combat Team.
A standard Infantry BCT has 2 Infantry Battalions (800-1000 troops apiece), 1 Cavalry Troop (800-100), 1 Artillery Battery (800-1000) and 1 Support Battalion (800-100).
Also, every 4 BCT usually has 1 addition support brigade. (2-4 thousand)