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Analysis of Air Force logistics capability assessment models

Douglas A. Popken

Analysis of Air Force logistics capability assessment models

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Published by Air Force Systems Command, Air Force Human Resources Laboratory in Brooks Air Force Base, Tex .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Air Force -- Procurement.,
  • Logistics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDouglas A. Popken, Garth Cooke, Carol Dickinson.
    SeriesAFHRL technical paper -- 88-56, AFHRL-technical paper -- 88-56.
    ContributionsCooke, Garth., Dickinson, Carol., Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22445064M

    Air Force Material Command. 2 Purpose – Describes relationship between AF Systems Engineering Assessment Model (SEAM) the Defense Acquisition Guide Book (DAG) and AFI – Directs SPMs to develop and implement an approach to continually assess, maintain, or.   In addition to this award by the U.S. Navy, last month the United States Air Force (USAF) awarded a $62M contract to One Network Enterprises for its Item Master Logistics Capability Initiative. Alion will provide technical, analytical, engineering and operational level research, analysis, assessment and evaluation to build the framework for model object development using current EMS user.


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Analysis of Air Force logistics capability assessment models by Douglas A. Popken Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Air Force is using a number of simulation models to perform logistics capability assessment. This paper describes the results of a review of these models, the ultimate goal of which was to. The Air Force is using a number of simulation models to perform logistics capability assessment. This paper describes the results of a review of these models.

Logistics Assessment Guidebook – July 6 INTRODUCTION A Logistics Assessment (LA) is an analysis of a program’s supportability planning. Preferably, it is conducted by an independent and impartial team of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) not directly associated with the program being assessed.

An LA is not a compliance audit, but an. Analytical tools can take many forms, such as Analysis of Alternatives (AoA), Supportability Analysis, Reliability Growth Analysis, Core Logistics Analysis/Core Depot Assessment, and BCA (including cost-benefit analysis, as outlined in Office of Management and Budget Circular A-9, and the DoD BCA Guidebook).

The choice of tools depends upon. After the Objective Wing the Air Force returned to the traditional or Combat Wing Analysis of Air Force logistics capability assessment models book in early realigning multiple logistics career fields and merging organizations.

If not for the recent Air Force leadership change in yet another reorganization would have taken place, separating key logistics capabilities and realigningFile Size: 1MB. AFLMC was renamed the Air Force Logistics Management Agency in Its charter was, and still is, to solve logistics problems.

Since its inception, AFLMA has provided a continuing study, analysis, and development capability to the Air Force logistics community. Tackling and solving the toughest Air Force logistics problems remain its focus. Staff, Installations and Logistics, United States Air Force.

Specific questions concerning the content should be addressed to the Directorate of Maintenance. Grateful acknowledgment is extended to the many action officers at the Air Staff and major commands who contributed to the writing and production effort. Air Force Logistics Management Agency.

An Independent Logistics Assessment (ILA), also referred to as a Logistics Assessment (LA), is an analysis of a program's supportability planning. Preferably, it is conducted by an independent and impartial team of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) not directly associated with the program being assessed.

Logistics—the transfer of personnel and materiel from one location to another, as well as the maintenance of that materiel—is essential for a military to be able to support an ongoing deployment or respond effectively to emergent threats.

RAND has long provided guidance and effective solutions to military supply and logistics decisionmakers, resulting in significant savings, improved. The primary purpose of the Air Force Systems Engineering Assessment Model (AF SEAM) is to promote the application and use of standard Systems Engineering (SE) processes across the AF and to improve the performance of these processes through Continuous Process Improvement (CPI).

This is achieved by providing both standard. LOGISTICS HANDBOOK FOR STRATEGIC MOBILITY PLANNING 2FWREHU Deployability Division Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command Transportation Engineering Agency 1 Soldier Way Scott Air Force Base, IL *This document supersedes MTMCTEA PamphletSeptember   DoD Guides and Handbooks The DoD Guides and Handbooks listed below are a collection of the most frequently ones used in acquisitions.

Acquisitions Architecting Auditing CBA Contracts Cost Estimating DoDAF EVMS Financial Management Glossary Human System Integration Information Security Information Continue Reading→. operating and support cost-estimating guide. office of the secretary of defense. cost assessment and program evaluation.

march   Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Standard Process to Execute Risk and Issue Management in Acquisition Programs, Version (21 November ) Air Force Logistics Health Assessment (LHA) User Guide, Version (14 February ) Air Force Technology Development and Transition Strategy User’s Guide (July ).

In Capability Planning and Analysis to Optimize Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Investments, the current approach is analyzed and the best practices for the Air Force corporate planning and programming processed for ISR are recommended.

This report also recommends improvements and changes to existing analytical tools. 5.d.(4)(d) During this phase, and timed to support CDD validation (or its equivalent), the Program Manager will conduct a systems engineering trade-off analysis showing how cost and capability vary as a function of the major design parameters.

The analysis will support the assessment of refined KPPs/KSAs in the CDD. Air power plays a critical role in modern war. In order to maintain the highest possible level of aircraft readiness, logistics management for aircraft operation must be conducted well.

In this study, we use a Structural Equation Model (SEM) to develop an Air Force Logistics Management Index (ALMI) for effective aircraft operation. o Prescribes policy for development of logistics sustainability analysis for the warfighting combatant commands and ysis—the annual logistics assessment of the Army’s capability to deploy and sustain combat forces.

Applicability. Logistics sustainability assessment and other Army logistics sustainment and sustainability analysis • 6. Logistics Feasibility Analysis Capability (LOGFAC). Overview. Logistics Feasibility Analysis Capability (LOGFAC) supports logistics and operational planning staffs at Headquarters United States Air Force (HAF), Major Command, and unit level.

LOGFAC enables users to develop assessments of the capability of available stocks to support contingency operations. The Air Force designs, plans, conducts, and assesses operations according to an effects-based approach (EBAO). There are some significant differences between the focus of strategy during steady-state conditions and the focus during contingencies and major operations.

nested within these efforts. The sustainment core capability structure of the Army Strategic Readiness Assessment (ASRA) will be the vehicle we use to constantly assess Army readiness and focus upon readiness improvement.

To provide a framework for logistics efforts, I have developed G-4 lines of effort: LOE #1 - Logistics Leader Development. I n this article, I summarize Air Force Models and Simulations (M&S) policy initiatives and M&S enhancements for decision support analytics for warfighters and acquisitions.

The policy initiatives include implementing an M&S governance structure, instantiating a study governance oversight, and evaluating the analytic capability across the Air Force. AFLMA will generate high-quality studies, reports, and analyses designed to enhance Air Force enterprise logistics efficiency and effectiveness.

Through the research and analysis missions, the AFLMA will design concepts, methods, and systems to improve Air Force-wide logistics and thus increase worldwide readiness and overall combat capability.

the operating force, differing vehicles and protection and reinvestment in capabilities ignored over the past 10 years such as joint logistics over-the-shore (JLOTS) and watercraft. The sustainment vision for addressing future challenges is Globally Responsive Sustainment.

This is depicted in figure 1. Aim. Since then, J-8 has provided resource and force structure analysis and advice to the Chairman and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. The J-8 Directorate develops capabilities, conducts studies, analysis, and assessments, and evaluates plans, programs, and strategies for the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

The jet’s full operating capability (FOC) was delivered in early 35 The rationale for the Air Force’s planned acquisition of 1, aircraft is to replace every F, F, and A The Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS), is the formal United States Department of Defense (DoD) process which defines acquisition requirements and evaluation criteria for future defense programs.

JCIDS was created to replace the previous service-specific requirements generation system that allowed redundancies in capabilities and failed to meet the combined needs.

Organizational Models F I F A BOIP FMS TOE FDU Packet CAP DEV DOCUMENT INTEGRATORS A R S T A F Cost Benefit Analysis CBA: Capability Based Assessment CDD: Capability Development Document CDID: Capability Development Integration Functional Area Analysis FDU: Force Design Update JOIN: Joint Optical Information System JP: Joint Planning.

History: The Air Force Manpower Analysis Agency was originally established in as the Air Force Management Engineering Agency, a separate operating agency reporting directly to Headquarters U.S. Air Force, when the Air Force decided it needed an agency to provide technical guidance and central direction to its management engineering program.

Analysis. Force development is the start point, rationale and underlying basis for defining the Army’s force structure. The Force Development Process consists of defining military capabilities, designing force structures to provide these capabilities, and translating organizational.

The Air Force has had difficulty with its Oracle implementation and has stopped implementation (Kanaracus, ). SRLs could be reviewed by the Joint Requirements Oversight Council for sustainment capability assessment and by the relevant Milestone Decision Authority (MDA). The Army should revitalize its logistics analysis capability by.

Programs such as PILOT and AFRICOM’s Africa Partnership Flight leverage air logistics training capabilities in the U.S. Air Force’s mobility support advisory squadrons They already have the expertise and capability to address many of these training issues, but they need to be resourced and integrated to support the goal of ASF logistics.

Air Force plans for virtual training do not include all desirable characteristics of a comprehensive strategy, such as a risk-based investment strategy or a time line for addressing training needs. A strategy that included these elements would help ensure that the Air Force’s plans addressed its capability.

The primary purpose of the MITRE Systems Engineering Guide, or SEG, is to convey The MITRE Corporation's accumulated wisdom on a wide range of systems engineering subjects—sufficient for understanding the essentials of the discipline and for translating this wisdom into practice in your own work environment.

The Improved Performance Research Integration Tool (IMPRINT) is a discrete-event simulation and human performance modeling software tool developed by the Army Research Laboratory and Micro Analysis and Design (acquired by Alion Science and Technology).

It is developed using Framework. IMPRINT allows users to create discrete-event simulations as visual task networks with. The core logistics capabilities identified under paragraphs (1) and (2) shall include those capabilities that are necessary to maintain and repair the weapon systems and other military equipment (including mission-essential weapon systems or materiel not later than four years after achieving initial operational capability, but excluding systems and equipment under special access programs.

International Journal of Applied Decision Sciences; Vol.3 No.3; Title: A simulation model for the analysis of end-to-end support of unmanned aerial vehicles Authors: Mahyar Amouzegar, John Drew, Robert S.

Tripp. Addresses: College of Engineering, California State University, Long Beach, CAUSA; RAND Project Air Force, Main Street, Santa Monica, CAUSA.

sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards.” FEMA’s Self-Assessment Tool to Determine State Logistics Readiness. The Logistics Capability Assessment Tool (LCAT) was created to help states conduct self-assessments.

to determine their readiness to respond to disasters. LA&DT provides decision support and analysis capabilities in support of current and evolving technologies.

The adaptive acquisition capability of the SBIR Phase III solution combined with FTI’s decision support capability provides a rapid assessment of alternatives in support of the transformation of legacy processes and systems while providing cost-effective alternatives solutions that are.

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22, U.S. Air Force photo, Airman 1st Class Dalton Williams. In a second simulation event, the Integrated Defense Analysis Capability demonstrated naval air in support of army ground operations against a prepared threat position.

Inthe Integrated Defense Analysis Capability will add new capabilities from the U.S. Air Force into the federation. The Marine Corps’ FB model has Inconel fasteners out of 50, also percent.

The Navy’s FC carrier-capable model, though, which has to endure the shock of repeated hard landings on an aircraft carrier, and is larger and heavier than the other two variants, fasteners, of which 1, or percent, are made of.

The month Logistics Management master's degree program at the Graduate School of Engineering and Management, Air Force Institute of Technology, prepares logisticians to apply quantitative and analytic methods to assist high-level decision makers in the management of logistics, transportation, maintenance, and inventory systems.