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What does JLOTS stand for?

JLOTS stands for Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore (US DoD)


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The unit distinguished itself by providing both a training and cargo movement platform to such high profile training and operational events as Combined Joint Logistics Over the Shore (C/ JLOTS) South Korea (in cooperation with the Republic of Korea Military and USARPAC), US Army Southern Command (ARSOUTH) 2013 (formerly USARSO), Operation Keen Sword (in support of USARPAC), Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore 2013 (in support of USTRANSCOM), as well as multiple training exercises in support of the US Coast Guard Marine Security Response Team, US Navy Special Warfare Group, International Maritime Fire Fighter's Association, Marine Incident Response Team, among others.
Although that path has trended more toward multifunctional logistics, the Army cannot afford to fail in certain areas, such as ports of embarkation and debarkation and joint logistics over-the-shore (JLOTS).
30, 2013, Combined Arms Support Command's Army 2020 and Beyond Sustainment White Paper states, "The pivot to the Asia-Pacific region will require different organizational structures, greater integration of the institutional Army with the operating force, differing vehicles and protection and reinvestment in capabilities ignored over the past 10 years such as joint logistics over-the-shore (JLOTS) and watercraft.
DDSTs routinely deploy to SOUTHCOM AOR to support New Horizons, Tradewinds, Joint Logistics Over-The-Shore exercises and real world contingencies when needed.
Forward deployed from Fort Shafler, Hawaii, to Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, from June to August 2008, the Army's 8th Theater Sustainment Command (TSC) successfully demonstrated its ability to execute joint task force (JTF) command and control responsibilities for joint logistics over-the-shore (JLOTS) operations.
In addition to highlights from the change of command ceremony in Mechanicsburg, this issue of the Newsletter contains an article about a Joint Logistics Over-the-Shore Exercise, a story about supply on a guided missile submarine, and information on diversity as a strategic corporate imperative.