Theses and Dissertations
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Use of high resolution simulations for training development
This thesis outlines the use of the Training- Modeling Integration TM-1 process for development of training information. High resolution simulations portray weapon system operations in sufficient detail for the training ...
Factors affecting the recruitment and retention of linguists in the U.S. Army
This study examined influences on the enlistment and reenlistment decisions for linguists in the US Army. Some of the potential factors considered were: previous language experience, ethnicity, age, gender, and education ...
Fault tree reliability analysis of the Naval Postgraduate School mini-satellite (ORION)
Fault tree analysis, which has proved to be a useful analytical tool for the reliability and safety analysis of complex systems, is applied to the Naval Postgraduate School Mini-Satellite (ORION). A general background ...
Sensitivity of aliveness adjustments.
Aliveness analysis is a computational technique which attempts to estimate the expected number of losses had real ordnance been used during a force-on-force experiment. This thesis carefully follows the development and ...
Reconstitution and recovery capability of the light infantry company.
This thesis is a study of the resiliency and recoverability of the light infantry company utilizing the Analysis of Military Organizational Effectiveness (AMORE) methodology. The efficiency of the current organizational ...
A model for the planning of maneuver unit and engineer asset placement
This thesis develops a prototypical model for the planning of maneuver unite and engineer obstacle placement for the Airland Research Model under development at the Naval Postgraduate School. The model utilizes a ...
Network representation for combat models
A general network methodology for combat processes is presented in this thesis for use in the Airland Research Model. Specifically, two processes are developed in detail: the underlying transportation system and the command ...
A model of the tactical command control process for U.S. Army maneuver brigades
This thesis examines current decision and control theory and U.S. Army doctrine to develop a systematic model of the U.S. Army tactical command control process. The model is investigated in a simulated brigade delay ...
A parametric analysis of the techniques used for the recovery and evacuation of battle damaged tracked vehicles
The parameters involved in the recovery, evacuation and subsequent return of combat damaged tracked vehicles are identified and discussed. A parametric model for detailed analysis of the processes involved is developed ...
A high resolution integrated combat and logistics model (STAR-LOG)
(Monterey, California; Naval Postgraduate School, 1980-03)
This thesis presents a design for a simulation of the ammunition and fuel combat service support service activities that are an integral part of a U.S. brigade battle. The model expands the existing Simulation of Tactical ...
Branch Of Service
Major, United States Army (10)
Operations Research (10)