An analysis of aircraft modifications and integrated logistic support in the F-4 aircraft.
Hunter, Curtis Stanley Jr.
Zabrycki, Edward A.
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It is the purpose of this thesis to examine the Integrated Logistic Support program and the Aircraft modification process of the F-4 aircraft. Data collected from the F-4 Logistic Support Manager's records showed variances from planned change process as well as engineering and funding problems. These data pointed to the need for a restructured change process that provides for a complete Maintenance Engineering Analysis, improved funding control by the Logistic Manager and specific logistic decision points throughout the process. Areas for further detailed studies and costs analyses are suggested.
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