An investigation into CRUDESPAC CASREPTS and their relation to material support
Lutz, Gerald Gilbert
Wasowski, Walter Michael
Boger, Dan C.
Richards, F. Russell
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The declining tempo of Pacific Fleet operations, combined with the introduction in recent years of significant numbers of new destroyer classes, should have had the effect of improving the readiness of the Cruiser-Destroyer Force, Pacific. However, analysis of current fleet equipment casualties, as reported on CASREPTS, does not support this assumption. A study is made of current CRUDESPAC CASREPTS to stratify significant supply support factors related to this data. Managerial techniques, currently employed to control NIS repairable assemblies, are examined. Finally, recommendations for changes in current procedures are proposed, along with a list of areas for additional study.
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