Supportability for the V-22 Osprey
Torres, Angela S. Stanmore
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The purpose of this MBA Project was to investigate and provide a comprehensive analysis of the supporting requirements for the V-22 Osprey from the perspective of the United States Navy and Marine Corps. The primary objective was to assist in determining the specifics that will be necessary to support the successful fielding of the weapons system. Various analysis techniques help identify and document specific requirements including training, spares, and the contracting options that will be necessary to support the overall weapons system from "tip to tail".. This report also includes potential outliers or issues related to the current plan. The benefit of choosing a commercial support plan in the form of Performance Based Logistics versus a traditional government supportability plan is measured in readiness. Impacts to cost over the lifecycle of the weapons system are measured in flying hours per dollar.
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