Aviation depot level repairable system gains
Pullen, James T.
Ritchie, Mary G.
Barr, Don R.
Gates, William R.
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The purpose of this thesis is to analyze the aviation repairable system gains monitored under the UICP B35 carcass tracking program. It examines the composition of the system gains for selected activities and by aircraft type. Research was conducted on repairable turn-in procedures from the activity level to the carcass tracking program via the ATAC Hub. Emphasis was placed on identifying areas which would enable better retrograde management within the Inventory Control Point, at the activity level, and at the ATAC Hub. Seven areas were identified which offer potential repairable management improvement. Recommendations are provided which would assist in minimizing system gains and more accurately reflect the overall value of excess material.
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