Innovative Defense Acquisition Concept Deployer Equipment Bundle (DEB)
Mortlock, Robert F.
Brinkley, Douglas E.
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The military spends resources ensuring individual Warfighter equipment is technologically-advanced and operationally effectiveness/suitable. Certain types of Warfighter equipment, specifically durable goods, have long service lives; therefore, Services cannot afford to replace all Warfighter equipment when advances in capability or weight reduction are achieved. However, like pre-positioned stocks of heavy combat equipment, having stocks of modern Warfighter equipment in a non-contingent environment ready for early deployers, ensures readiness and buys time for industrial base ramp-up.
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