An implementation of integrated logistic support for Turkish Armed Forces
Mansager, Bard K.
Moore, Thomas P.
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Inadequate logistics support planning marred the major weapons systems acquisitions of the Turkish Army. Budgetary restraint emphasized the purchase of least-cost weapon systems and reduced operational and sustained readiness to secondary roles. Moreover, inadequate planning required the Turkish Army to inefficiently use additional resources to operate and maintain these systems. This thesis provides guidance allowing the Turkish Army to use a life- cycle support management plan for future weapon systems acquisitions.
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