Operational maneuver from the sea logistics training aid
Sterba, John R.
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Changes in the global situation resulting from the demise of the Soviet Union have led to major restructuring in United States' military. As a result the Navy and Marine Corps have reevaluated amphibious concepts, resulting in Operational Maneuver From the Sea (OMFTS), and Sea Based Logistics (SBL). OMFTS supposed by SBL rely on a "sea-base" to act as the staging area for the dissemination of supplies to the amphibious units ashore. This close integration of Navy and Marine Corps logistics requires Naval Officers and Marine Corps Officers be aware of each other's requirements. Current training aids do not model OMFTS and SBL To facilitate training a modular computer-based wargame called NAVLOGS has been developed with the logistics concerns of OMFTS and SBL in mind. The core classes of NAVLOGS include the Scenario Builder, the Coastline Model, and a Map Scale Generator. These core classes enable the user to create scenarios for NAVLOGS with little or no programming skill thus taking scenario design from the programmers and giving it to the end user.
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