A parametric analysis of the techniques used for the recovery and evacuation of battle damaged tracked vehicles
Affeldt, John Frederick
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The parameters involved in the recovery, evacuation and subsequent return of combat damaged tracked vehicles are identified and discussed. A parametric model for detailed analysis of the processes involved is developed and used to investigate five test cases. Quantitative decision rules for modelling recovery and evacuation are discussed.
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