Reconstitution and recovery capability of the light infantry company.
McMasters, Alan W.
Keller, Robert L.
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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 structure of the company is determined by measuring its capability against its remaining resource level after the application of degradation. A discussion of the AMORE methodology and the light infantry concept is followed by the extensive input requirements of the model. A sensitivity analysis is conducted to examine the effects of changes in input parameters on the company reconstitution capabilities. The methodology is also used to determine those personnel and materiel that contributed to low rates and levels of unit recoverability. Based on the criterion established by Science Applications, Incorporated, this study concluded that the light infantry company, as it is currently designed, exhibits adequate resiliency and recoverability at degradation levels between 10 and 50 percent.
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