An Analysis of Aviation Maintenance Operations and Supporting Costs, and Cost Capturing Systems
Epp, Jesse C.
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The United States Navy has a number of entities that work together to ensure aircraft in the Navy are supplied with the parts and materials required to maintain mission readiness. An analysis of the operating and support system costs will characterize cost variance across Organizational, Intermediate and Depot level maintenance. We will examine both labor and material cost for both reparable and consumable items, and categorize those costs by type of maintenance action. This analysis is intended to help in the development of a cost model which could aid in both budget planning and execution.
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