Introducing the I Read Logistically Speaking (IRLS) Campaign. Each issue, the Commander, NMLC sends you a note encouraging you to read the publication. Through the pages of this professional journal, we introduce you to a gamut of material about Logistics, Logistics Readiness and the professionals who bring those things to you. Now, you will be able to find all things Logistically Speaking in a single location.
(Left) Lt.(Ret)., Michael Meadows, MSC, USN, a long-time personal friend and mentor who influenced Capt. Aboona throughout their 21-year friendship dating back to their time at Middle Tennessee State University. Coincidentally, Capt. Tim Richardson (right), holding the shoulder board, also knew Mr. Meadows when they were both in the United States Air Force stationed together in Arizona. Both were present during Capt. Aboona's promotion. Capt. Richardson delivered the oath and Mr. Meadows assisted with the ceremony.
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