An object oriented ship-to-shore movement analysis model (CUTTER).
Shaw, Scott E.
Bailey, Michael P.
Kemple, William G.
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This thesis documents the design and implementation of a simulation of the Ship-To-Shore movement phase of the amphibious assault in a modern, object-oriented, process-based simulation language called MODSIM II by CACI Corporationof La Jolla, CA.The main intent of the simulation is to build a model that will allow the Requirements, Plans and Programs Branch (RP&P), Headquarters, United States Marine Corps (HQMC) to quantitatively compare proposed replacements for the assault aircraft and amphibians currently used in the conduct of the ship-to-shore phase of the amphibious assault. Candidates from the Medium Lift Requirement (MLR) program are compared to identify that mix of aircraft which provides the most rapid build-up of combat power ashore.
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