Evaluating the impact of the fully burdened cost of fuel
Corley, Robert M.
Nussbaum, Daniel A.
Burton, Douglas R.
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L) to estimate and analyze the FBCF of a notional capability. Our analysis shows that there are potentially large variations in energy-related costs (burdens) associated with the required fuel delivery assets, the supporting infrastructure and associated manpower, and the assets providing force protection and security to the fuel delivery assets in both peacetime and operational scenarios. Recommendations for follow on studies are provided.
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