The feasibility of using alternatives models for determining reserve naval mobile construction force material readiness.
Manning, Richard P. III.
Moore, Thomas P.
Moses, O. Douglas
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This thesis explores the feasibility of using alternative models for determining the material readiness of Reserve Naval Construction Force units. There is no system currently in place to measure and determine either the readiness contribution of the equipment and supplies on hand for these forces, or the material condition of the essential combat and major end items that will be used to carry out the wartime mission. Alternative models are explored to enable an accurate assessment of the individual unit's readiness posture and to portray this in appropriate format to the Joint Chiefs of Staff via the UNITREP system.
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