Increasing operational availability of H-60 calibration support equipment
Bevel, Kenneth D.
Stonaker, Robert N.
Johnson, Kelly M.
Apte, Uday M.
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The purpose of this MBA Project was to identify inefficiencies in the H-60 support equipment calibration process at Naval Air Station, North Island and analyze their impact on operational availability. To conduct this analysis, the researchers mapped the standard calibration process at North Island from beginning to end from a using unit perspective. After identifying the process, the researchers calculated the inherent and operational availability and determined the impacts of process inefficiencies on asset operational availability. The researchers proposed changes to reduce the effects of process inefficiencies on using unit asset availability and provided guidance for further study.
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