An overview of recent and ongoing studies at NPS linking operational effectiveness and energy efficiency for USMC
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In support of USMC Expeditionary Energy Office (E2O), several recent studies involving Systems Engineering Masters students have examined the relationship between operational effectiveness and energy efficiency. Missions as diverse as humanitarian assistance and area denial/anti-access have been addressed, while scenarios including delivery of aid in ground operations, gaining entry from sea to objective, and ground combat operations have been developed and analyzed. Upcoming work will also be discussed, as we plan to focus on an extension of the ground combat operation, as well as the inclusion of an Operations Research Masters student developing and examining a discrete-event model for exploring various airborne platforms to support the operations.
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