Military Orders RFID Tracking

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Gen. Tommy Franks has decreed that all supplies bound for Afghanistan must be tracked with RFID tags to provide visibility and flexibility

Nov. 4, 2002 - If the United States goes to war in Iraq, the Blue Grass Army Depot in Kentucky will play a key role. BGAD, as it's known in Army speak, will have to provide several million tons of munitions during the first 30 days of the conflict. That's a huge logistical challenge. The depot covers 14,600 acres and contains over 1,100 structures, including ammo igloos and warehouses, and it has to ship hundreds of containers each day to the right l...

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