Fleet Replacement Squadron consolidation : a cost model applied.
Maholchic, Robert M.
Harshman, Richard A.
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The consolidation of Fleet Replacement Squadrons (FRS) represents one method of achieving planned force reductions. This thesis utilizes the Cost of Base Realignment Actions (COBRA) cost model to develop cost estimates for determination of the cost effective site location. The A-6 FRS consolidation is used as a case study. Data were compiled using completed Functional Wing studies as well as local information sources. A comparison between the cost estimates provided by the COBRA cost model for the alternate site locations is provided. Conclusions on the utilization of the COBRA cost model for the consideration of FRS consolidations and directions for future research are listed in the final chapter.
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