Logistic Network Model for Distributed Lethality
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In this study we evaluate a Gas Station resupply method for Distributed Lethality (DL) scenarios, and obtain some insights about the interplay among spatial, temporal and capacity parameters related to this mode of resupply. Our motivating questions are: What is the effect of the ratio between supply ship capacity and combat ship on-board capacity on logistic responsiveness? How does the location of the Gas Station affect that responsiveness? What is the impact of the number of Adaptive Force Packages (AFPs) served by the Gas Station? Shall the Gas Station be a shuttle (i.e., a ship that goes back and forth to port to replenish) or a delivery ship that is being resupplied by a separate shuttle? Our results do not necessarily establish a specific blueprint for logistic planning, but rather point out at key factors and considerations.
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