CJ-4

AcronymDefinition
CJ-4Combined-Joint Logistics Officer (US DoD)
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The last seven heavy-duty oil categories to be developed--API CE, CF-4, CH-4, EL-4, CL-4 Plus and CJ-4--were developed about three years apart starting in the late 1980s, a pace that serves to highlight the lag between introduction of CJ-4 and the likelihood that when a new heavy-duty oil category is finally brought to commercial status in the future, CJ-4 will probably have been in effect for at least a decade.
Citing concerns about the changes in engine technology, the age of the current category--certain engine tests for CJ-4 oils are becoming obsolete, for example--and the ability of CJ-4 oils to protect late-model engines, the Engine Manufacturers Association in June 2011 sent a formal request to the American Petroleum Institute (API) for development of a new performance category for HD oils, and API subsequently gave the green light to the project, which calls for the new category (PC-11) to be ready for commercial release in January 2016.
The last seven heavy-duty oil categories to be developed--API CE, CF-4, CH-4, CL-4, CL-4 Plus and CJ-4--were developed about three years apart starting in the late 1980s, a pace that serves to highlight the lag between introduction of CJ-4 and the likelihood that when a new heavy-duty oil category is finally brought to commercial status in the future, CJ-4 will probably have been in effect for at least a decade.
Although many performance characteristics will be carried over from CJ-4, the principal objectives of PC-11, according to Shell experts, are to provide higher performance in several areas, including:
The CJ-4 staff consisted of 44 coalition, joint, interagency, and contractor personnel.
The CJ-4's first priority during division and higher staff-level training was to define the core sustainment B2C2WGs, refine the process, and quantify how the output affected the bottom line, which was to sustain counterinsurgency operations, maintain combat power, and extend operational reach.
Navy Captain Stephen LeBlanc, CJTF-HOA CJ-4 and the master of ceremonies, opened the event by welcoming all partner nation logisticians.
Marcus Thomas of CJTF-HOA CJ-4 gave a presentation on creating opportunities for local water bottling companies to expand their customer base to include the U.S.
HQ ISAF CJ-4 is a multinational logistics organization with personnel representing 11 countries.
The two most senior positions within CJ-4 are currently held by Navy Reserve Supply Officers; the Director, Capt.
In addition to the director and deputy director, CJ-4 has four departments: Plans and Ops, Contingency Contracting, Air Movement, and Ground Ammunition.