Expansion of the Equipment Allowance Pool at Twentynine Palms, California, using Reserve assets
O'Bryan, Patrick W.
Malloy, Dennis J.
Henderson, David R.
Smith, Raymond W.
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Static marginal analysis is applied to the Marin e Corps' proposed expansion of the Equipment Allowance Pool at Twentynine Palms, California, using Select Marine Corps Reserve assets. A formula is presented for determining potential equipment candidates. The formula is presented for determining potential equipment candidates. The formula combines various weighting factors, equipment use, and savings potential to produce a keep factor. Assets with low keep factors are selected first. Recommendations for further studies are also made.
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