Jerking Our Supply Chain

Pakistan closes Torkham border crossing, shuts down NATO’s supply line

See also

Demolishing couple of planes would do a loads of good to calm the itchy and aggressive nerves of the US

Red Ball Express Rides Again?


Listen to your Loggy Toads

Flat Fuel Bladders at the Tank Farm

We can’t logistically support operations in Afghanistan without cooperation. No Berlin Air Lift is feasible. Kuwait, Dubai, and Qatar are too far away and Kandahar and Bagram can only handle so much traffic. We must get cooperation, or quit.


We have told them that we will take action and we have already taken action today. We have stopped the supply of oil and this will tell how serious we are,”

So sez their Defence Minister.  But the trucks are rolling again, so how serious were they?  Just serious enough to elect Mr. Ten Percent.

1 Comment

Filed under Logistics, The Forgotten War

One response to “Jerking Our Supply Chain

  1. Pingback: We Can’t Logistically Support A Surge « Civilian Irregular Information Defense Group