Simplified resiliency analysis of U.S. Army TOE units
Thomas, James R.
Moore, Thomas P.
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The objective of this research is to develop and demonstrate the use of an alternative methodology for the Army force structure community to determine the resiliency of U.S. Army Table of Organization and Equipment (TOE) units. A survey was developed to gain an understanding of the TOE design environment, TOE procedures, and those design characteristics which have an impact on the resiliency of a unit. The survey was distributed by mail to various Army organizations involved with the TOE design process and 59 of 150 surveys were returned. The research led to the conclusion that a simplified resiliency methodology could be used to estimate a unit's resiliency. This methodology is demonstrated. Theses. (jes)
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