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E-business, e-government and e-health care applications require cooperation and open standard-based information/knowledge exchange between all the participants of the global information environment in real time. As a result, a new scientific direction of knowledge logistics has emerged. The paper describes a developed KSNet-approach addressing the knowledge logistics problem. An ontology-driven methodology for knowledge sharing and reuse suggested by the approach is described first. The paper also describes a multi agent community implementation designed as a part of research prototype of the knowledge logistics system "KSNet". Results of the developed multi agent community application to coalition-based operations support are presented via a portable hospital configuration case study based on the Binni scenario.