Management control of aircraft maintenance in the Indonesian Air Force's logistics system
Lubis, Mukhtar E.
Boger, Dan C.
McGonigal, Richard A.
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Parallel with the development of National Defense and Security (in the third of the Five- Year Development Plans), the TNI-AU (Indonesian Air Force) purchased many types of aircraft weapon systems. To maintain these new aircraft, the Indonesian Air Force faces several problems which have not been solved. This thesis studies the aircraft maintenance logistics system. The first part of the thesis analyzes the factors which cause the problems. The second part consists of proposals to standardize maintenance procedures for all types of aircraft and the third part is a proposal to automate the inventory control system.
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