‘Caught off guard’: New breed of logistics college students make a career out of military logistics

A new breed of military planners has emerged from the military logistics school, making a career of military planning.

The graduates of the Military University of Ireland are now the most sought after in the world, said Dr David McBride, the military commander in charge of logistics operations in the Republic of Ireland.

He said it was the culmination of a new generation of logistics students who were brought in to help build the new defence and security capabilities of the Republic.

They came from the ranks of the Army, Navy and Air Force, he said.

They have become the go-to people in the US, Europe, Russia and China, and the rest of the world.

I think there’s an opportunity here, he added.

The first batch of graduates came from an elite group of graduates who had graduated from the Army R&D college, with a concentration in air logistics. 

“It is not a typical college, in terms of the coursework,” said Dr McBride.

“It’s an elite environment, but it’s very similar to a university.”

The students will be in the military and will be very involved in operational areas.

“They will also be involved in logistics and logistics management.

They will be responsible for getting their team of people in place.”

These guys are really exceptional.

They are going to make a lot of money, I can guarantee you of that.

“Dr McBride said the new graduates had been trained in a variety of fields and had been working in the United States, Europe and Russia for the past six years. 

He said he expected the graduates to make an impact on a range of military operations in coming years.”

I expect they will go on to go on into roles that are relevant to the future of the defence industry in terms to logistics,” he said, “as well as in the area of defence research and development.

“Dr David McArthur was the Army commander in the Netherlands, and now lives in Dublin with his wife, Joanne. 

The couple have two children.

The students were able to learn a lot about the job they were going into, Dr McArthur said.”

We were very lucky,” he added, “because we were able learn a fair bit about what they were up against and what we were looking for in terms.

“Our job is to train our soldiers in the use of logistics and military management, and we were very fortunate to be able to do that.”

At the end of the day, the key thing is that the students were good, and they got the job done.

“The students started their coursework at the Army Reserve R&d college, a college of which the Royal Dublin Garrison is a member. 

During the course, they learned about everything from the importance of proper logistics planning to the importance and the importance to the people on the ground in terms, he explained.”

There is an element of preparation, and a lot is done in the course and in the preparation.

“There are a lot more people involved than we had anticipated.” 

The students, who are now graduating, are now part of a larger group of military professionals who have been trained by the University of Limerick, which runs the military academy in Dublin.

Dr McArthur has said that this group will be able take on a larger role in the future.

“This is an important stage of the job,” he told The Irish Sun. 

For the next 10 years, the students will study at the Defence Innovation Lab, a small military university based in Dublin, as part of an initiative which is designed to develop and test new ways of using the digital economy.

“With this we will build on the strengths and capabilities of what we have learned in the past, and build on them further,” he explained, “and be able make a big difference to our service.”

He added that the future military graduates will continue to be challenged, and that it was essential that they knew how to work with people and to have a plan.

“One of the things we have to do is to get the best possible work experience,” he concluded.