Improving Aviation Depot Level Repairable (AVDLR) inventory and repair management
Baird, Dennis L
Moore, Thomas P.
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The processes by which the Navy manages the inventory and repair of Aviation Depot Level Repairables (AVDLRs) are complex and not well described in a single document. The purpose of this thesis is to document and provide an analysis of those processes as a basis for future research. Research was conducted on the process of returning not ready for issue (NRFI) units from the end user to the depot for repair and return to the supply system. Additionally, research was conducted to document the management process for determining repair requirements at the Naval Inventory Control Point Philadelphia and how those requirements are accepted and scheduled at NADEP North Island. These processes were described and analyzed, and six areas were identified that offer potential for reducing repair cycle time and improving AVDLR management
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