USMC Aviation Maintenance and Repair Cost for the H-1 Upgrade
Yearby, Shedrick Dashun
Jones, Lawrence R.
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This research focuses on the Marine Corps Aviation Maintenance and Repair Cost for the H-1 Upgrade platform. Onsite visits with the Program Manager Air 276 (PMA-276), the Naval Supply Weapons Systems Support (NAVSUP WSS), the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 39 (MALS-39) are conducted to obtain information regarding readiness costs and efficiencies that have impacted the total cost for a transitioning aircraft in Marine aviation. PMA-276, NAVSUP WSS, DLA, and MALS-39 make up the H-1 Cross-Functional Team (CFT). The H-1 CFT provides actionable metrics and best practices that focus on cost concerns (programmatic, material, management, and execution) from all levels of aviation logistics and planning. Key areas of improvement or replication are identified through metric-based solutions that affect cost reductions throughout the AH-1Z and UH-1Y integration.
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