On 25 February 1987 the J-4 Studies, Concepts, and Analysis Division of the Organization of the Joint Chiefs of Staff held a seminar on logistic planning for the low intensity conflict environment. The seminar built on the initial preparations begun and discussions held at the first seminar last November. A separate report of that seminar, 'Logistics in Low Intensity Conflict,' has been provided to the participants. The seminar began by examining logistic problems in low intensity conflict from the viewpoint of a commander. Various initiatives to develop logistic concepts and doctrine for low intensity conflict were also discussed. In addition, the seminar also examined several logistic planning issues for the LIC environment. The seminar group is planning to transition to a working group under the Joint Logistic Techniques and Procedures Board (JLTPB). To maintain continuity, we would like to encourage the participating organizations to use their representatives at the seminars as their representatives to the working group. This summary of the seminar discussions is provided to assist logistic planners in developing logistic concepts, procedures, and systems to meet the challenges of low intensity conflict. OJCS/J-4 will continue to provide assistance to the joint logistic community in this endeavor.