Army Field Support Battalion-Korea conducts LARVIS 3.0 training
Paul Tasker, Ground Combat Systems Division chief, Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, attached to Army Field Support Battalion-Korea, instructed TACOM, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, and U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command logistics assistance representatives in new Army Material Command Logistics Assistance Representatives Visibility 3.0 training. Root cause analysis is a key component of LARVIS 3.0's focus on gathering actionable, intelligent information that can be followed up on. It also implies that a strategic plan should be developed to make the best possible use of the information gathered. The training was attended by 59 LARs, three senior command representatives, and AFSBn-K Unit Readiness Division personnel at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, 19-20 Sept. (Photo Credit: Edgardo Maravilla) VIEW ORIGINAL

Paul Tasker, Ground Combat Systems Division chief, Tank-automotive and Armaments Command, attached to Army Field Support Battalion-Korea, instructed TACOM, U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command, U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, and U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command logistics assistance representatives in new Army Material Command Logistics Assistance Representatives Visibility 3.0 training. Root cause analysis is a key component of LARVIS 3.0's focus on gathering actionable, intelligent information that can be followed up on. It also implies that a strategic plan should be developed to make the best possible use of the information gathered. The training was attended by 59 LARs, three senior command representatives, and AFSBn-K Unit Readiness Division personnel at Camp Humphreys, South Korea, 19-20 Sept. (Photo by Edgardo Maravilla)