A cost benefit analysis of the Depot Modification Field Teams for the T-45C aircraft
Parish, James M.
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This thesis focuses on the current procedures for implementing the Depot modifications on the T-45 training aircraft located at NAS Meridian, Ms. used by the Navy to train its Student Naval Aviators. Using cost-benefit analysis, it analyzes the feasability of performing the modifications at the existing Contractor Depot Field Team site at NAS Kingsville, TX or standing up an additional mod line at NAS Meridian, Ms. The analysis demonstrates the savings for the Navy available by expanding the existing mod line at NAS kingsville, TX with out sacrificing any readiness or lost training days.
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