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Naval Postgraduate School
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A primary goal of the Naval Postgraduate School research program is to provide economical research and unique laboratory facilities that allow students and faculty to support Navy/DoD needs. We offer independent assessment of proposed solutions to military issues, pre-deployment evaluation of new technologies, and combined student– faculty expertise for research and development programs.
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Meickle, David W. (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2019-09);This research provides an analysis of sustainment metrics and their application by product support managers (PSMs) within the context of the Army's operational sustainment review (OSR) process. The research explored the ...
OPERATIONAL AND MISSION READINESS IMPACT OF ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING DEPLOYMENT IN THE NAVY SUPPLY CHAIN Lopez, Jose A., II (Monterey, CA; Naval Postgraduate School, 2019-09);This project will examine the operational and mission availability of ships deployed with an integrated additive manufacturing (AM) capability. The purpose of this research is to determine the best option with regard to ...
Arkes, Jeremy (SSRN, 2021-04);This report contends that most military-manpower research that aims to estimate causal effects suffers from flaws that render the research invalid. I discuss the objectives and ethics of research, and I give a low-math ...