Feasibility study and process recommendation for United States Air Force currency transportation mission: "Jingle Runs"
Franck, Raymond E.
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The purpose of this MBA Project was to study the current U.S. Air Force currency transportation process, particularly currency transportation from the United States to Japan and Korea. The goal of this study was to explore ways that might reduce the U.S. Air Forceb2ss cost burden for currency transportation. These tasks are called b3sJingle Runsb4s, which are performed to meet requirements of all Military Banking Facilities in Japan and Korea. Using modeling and forecasting, this study analyzes the current process against two viable currency transportation alternatives and recommends the most cost efficient alternative.
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