Assessing the Requirements for the Transformable Craft, A Framework for Analyzing Game Changing Capabilities
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This study assesses the impact of functional requirements for the Transformable Craft project, sponsored by the Office of Naval Research. Although focused on the “game changing” nature of these requirements, this study provides a framework for analysis of generic logistics connectors, sea basing alternatives, and force structures by means of operational scenarios and simple simulation and analysis tools. This study demonstrates the means by which these tools can assist military decision makers in understanding complex and high level issues.
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