Mar 25, 2020 ... A Marine General's Next Battle: Grocery-Store Logistics. Larry Nicholson once led 20,000 troops in Afghanistan; now he's making sure you don't ... A Marine General’s Next Battle: Grocery-Store Logistics Larry Nicholson once led 20,000 troops in Afghanistan; now he’s making sure you don’t run out of food during the coronavirus crisis. Thank you for reading The Atlantic. Enjoy unlimited access for less than $1 per week. CPL. WILLIAM HESTER / DVIDS / KATIE MARTIN / THE ATLANTIC Two years ago, Lieutenant General Larry Nicholson was leading a roughly 30,000-strong Marine Expeditionary Force in Japan that forms part of America’s post–World War II presence in Asia. At one point, he commanded about 20,000 troops in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, the most violent in the country at the time, to fight the Taliban. So when he retired in 2018 after almost four decades of service and moved to Tennessee to manage supply-chain logistics in Knoxville, he thought he’d left behind the battlefield forever. And for a while, that was true. He spent his time visiting warehouses talking to teams of employees about getting food and medicine to various convenience stores around the country. But with the coronavirus pandemic sweeping the country, Nicholson is once again at war—trying to keep food and medicine stocked to keep America fed, without endangering the health of drivers, packagers, and managers. Read: Grocery Stores Are the Coronavirus Tipping Point Nicholson is a vice president at the wholesaler H. T. Hackney, which has 4,000 employees and serves 20,000 stores from Miami to Detroit. He and I spoke recently about how he applies his battlefield experience to his job, how the coronavirus crisis has many parallels with Afghanistan (including toilet-paper shortages), and what Napoleon might have to do with grocery logistics. The conversation has been edited and condensed for length and clarity.
Elwyn John Nicholson (December 11, 1923 – September 28, 2014) was a grocery store owner from Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, who served as a Democrat in ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search Louisiana State Senator for District 8 (Jefferson Parish) Died September 28, 2014 (aged 90) Resting place Metairie Cemetery in New Orleans Spouse(s) Rose Marie Wojtyna Nicholson (married c. 1946–2014, his death) Residence Marrero in Jefferson Parish Eunice High SchoolLouisiana State UniversityTulane University Branch/service United States Army Battles/wars Battle of Okinawa in World War II Elwyn John Nicholson (December 11, 1923 – September 28, 2014) was a grocery store owner from Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, who served as a Democrat in the Louisiana State Senate from District 8 from 1972 to 1988 during the first three administrations of Governor Edwin Edwards and the interceding term of Republican David C. Treen. He was best known for his advocacy of the creation of Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Barataria Preserve. Though born in Westwego in Jefferson Parish, Nicholson was listed at the age of sixteen in the 1940 U.S. Census as residing in Eunice in St. Landry Parish in the 1940 U.S. Census, along with his grandfather, Ensche Jeansonni (born c. 1877), and his parents, John Nicholson, II (born c. 1903), and Eve Nicholson (born c. 1904). He graduated from Eunice High School and attended on a football scholarship Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge but after an injury transferred to Tulane University in New Orleans. In 1944, Nicholson enlisted in the United States Army. Fluent in French, he became an interpreter in New Caledonia on the staff of General Douglas MacArthur. Having studied pre-medicine, he ran a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, or MASH unit, when he was transferred to Okinawa, where he met Rose Marie Wojtyna (born January 1923), an Army Nursing Corps officer whom he soon married.
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