A study for reducing the length of the Navy's air-launched missile maintenance pipeline.
Jones, Scot William
Creighton, John W.
Hancock, Richard B.
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This thesis examines the Navy's air-launched missile maintenance pipeline to determine reasons for lengthy missile out of service time and find ways to reduce that time. It identifies areas of potential improvement and makes recommendations to take advantage of these opportunities to reduce the length of the pipeline and increase missile asset readiness.
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