Logistics is an incredibly important aspect of any military operation. In today's environment of global mobility, enroute staging bases and reduced oversees basing, the concepts and application of logistics becomes even more important. Each service has its own logistics doctrinal theory based loosely on joint doctrine. In any real world operation, the doctrine merely acts as the common framework or the point from which to deviate. The application of joint logistics doctrine in the joint effects wargame bore this out. The Army's view of logistics and sustainment tends to be ground centric, while the Air Force focuses on air movement. The interaction of students from both of these military schools allowed for a common understanding of capabilities and limitations of the sister services. In the final analysis, these inter-service conversations improved the understanding of truly joint logistics in a JTF environment.