Regarding the occurrence of logistics there are two versions, not excluding, however, one another. One says that in the Roman Empire a special system of food distribution was developed.
Another version, more widespread and close, is associated with the participation of US troops in the Second World War. In the depths of the American General Staff, new technologies for supplying the army were developed (and used during the war). They were, if we could say so, to increase the comfort of combat operations: so that the projectiles did not have to be delivered to the position of Plastunks and that, after dinner, no American soldier not left without a usual cup of coffee and chewing gum. Everything was supposed to be in the right amount, in the right place and at the scheduled time. Continue reading