A preliminary analysis of C-12 aircraft usage by the Navy Air Logistics System
Gilson, Robert Louis
McMasters, Alan W.
Sandoz, Patrick A.
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Exploratory data analysis techniques are utilized in an attempt to understand the operation of the Navy Air Logistics System as a prerequisite to determining potential locations for additional C-12 aircraft already in the pipeline. Graphical analyses of flight data from Fiscal Year 1983 are combined with interviews of commands responsible for scheduling the aircraft to determine a measure of relative efficiency between the 23 bases currently supporting the aircraft. Glenview and Jacksonville are the recommended sites for the first two new C-12's. Several opportunities for further study and analysis are suggested.
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