Navy/Marine Corps TACAIR integration: impact on operational and supporting activities
Martinez Diaz, Alberto
Forrero, Juan F.
Lamoureux, Gerard P.
Martin, Richard C.
Jones, Lawrence R.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The purpose of this MBA Project was to investigate and provide a comprehensive overview regarding the current issues regarding Tactical Aircraft Integration within the Department of the Navy. This project was conducted with the sponsorship and assistance of the Comptroller, Commander Naval Air Forces Pacific. The goal of this project was to identify issues and provide an analysis of the ongoing efforts between the Navy and Marine Corps. Four criteria were set aside for deliverables: 1) Produce key documentation, most notably the Memorandum of Understanding and the Memorandum of Agreement; 2) Produce any milestones or timetables required for integration; 3) Discuss issues regarding funding and resource allocation as applied to the integration process; 4) Provide information on requirements for integrating operational and supporting activities. This project delineates a brief history of the operational requirements of the F/A-18 and what necessitated changes within the TACAIR community. The topics covered will explain how the plan was developed based on key assumptions and challenges, the implementation of the transformational plan to date, current funding issues, an analysis with recommendations of the transformational process, and an overview of the cultural change that will inevitably come with the transformation.
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