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Cost-effectiveness considerations in the design and employment of Army off-road vehicles

D. M. Fort

Cost-effectiveness considerations in the design and employment of Army off-road vehicles

by D. M. Fort

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Published by Rand Corp.] in [Santa Monica, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transportation, Military.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementD.M. Fort.
    SeriesPaper / Rand -- P-3456, P (Rand Corporation) -- P-3456.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 53 p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20654490M

    basic considerations of cost and effectiveness analysis discussed in this book. 1 W. L. Greer, et al., IDA Report R, Cost and Operational Effecti veness Analysis of the C Program, Institute for Defense Analyses, December 2 J. M. Bexfield, et al., IDA Document D, C COEA Case Study, Institute for Defense Analyses, September   Consideration 1. Define the problem/opportunity 2. Define scope; formulate facts and assumptions 3. Define alternatives 4. Develop cost estimate for alternatives under consideration 5. Identify quantifiable and nonquantifiable benefits 6. Define alternative selection criteria 7. Compare alternatives 8. Report results and recommendations.

    Many times in a deployed environment, things that were once high on the priority list are moved toward the bottom. This can be broken down to two simple reasons: time and threat.   The conversions allow the M88A2s to recover the Army’s heaviest vehicles, such as tanks, without the assistance of another vehicle. “The HERCULES is an integral part of the Army’s Armored Brigade Combat Team and is essential to its recovery missions,” says John Tile, Director of Recovery Programs at BAE Systems.

    TRANSPORTABILITY OF VEHICLES AND OUTSIZED EQUIPMENT All equipment is displayed in the operational configuration with text data showing reduced or sealift operational configuration in accordance with TB , MCO D or unless otherwise noted SDG3-OP, Terminals Management Division POC: Frank Dawson, Comm: , DSN EP (Vol. 3) 31 Aug 01 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Use. The use of this pamphlet is for rate determination on construction contracts.


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Cost-effectiveness considerations in the design and employment of Army off-road vehicles by D. M. Fort Download PDF EPUB FB2

A discussion of the design and use of off-road transport vehicles for forward-area support of army ground forces in combat. Operational requirements, specific vehicle configurations meeting these requirements, system cost, and system effectiveness are examined. This paper discusses the design and employment of off-road transport vehicles for forward-area support of Army ground forces in combat.

Following the Bekker-Butterworth approach in broad outline, consideration is given to suitable operational requirements, specific vehicle configurations meeting these requirements, and appropriate measures of system cost and system : D.

Fort. Veterans with Both Substance Use and Mental Health Disorders Need Integrated Treatment. THE COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF ARMORED TACTICAL WHEELED VEHICLES FOR OVERSEAS US ARMY OPERATIONS CHRIS ROHLFSa AND RYAN SULLIVANb* aCenter for Policy Research, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, USA; bDefense Resources Management Institute, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA.

The Cost-Effectiveness of Armored Tactical Wheeled Vehicles for Overseas U.S. Army Operations Article in Defence and Peace Economics 24(4) July with 24 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

The Army will do this through the employment of modern manned and unmanned ground combat vehicles, aircraft, sustainment systems, and weapons, coupled with.

OSMIS tracks O&S information for more than 1, major Army weapon/materiel systems for the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army for Cost and Economics (DASA-CE).

OSMIS-tracked systems include combat vehicles, tactical vehicles, artillery systems, aircraft, electronic systems, and miscellaneous engineering systems. Each armored combat vehicles may require or more gallons of water for decontamination.

One hundred gallons of water will provide one vehicle with a two. Contents—Continued The Army Management Action Group † 4–9, page 18 The Army Capability Portfolio Review † 4–10, page 18 The Army Systems Acquisition Review Council † 4–11, page 18 Army Requirements Oversight Council † 4–12, page 18 Army Requirements and Resourcing Board † 4–13, page 18 Army Cost Benefit Analysis Review Board † 4–14, page vehicles is conducting a one-day oper-ation on rugged terrain.

In a hour period, the Bradleys are expected to be at a tactical idle for 16 hours and tra-verse conditions for eight hours. Ex-pected fuel consumption at idle would be calculated in the following way: 14 × GPH × 16 = ~ gallons Expected fuel consumption during.

VEHICLES & EQUIPMENT Fast, Powerful & Advanced. The Army uses the most powerful and technologically advanced aircraft, land vehicles, equipment and weapons available. If you enjoy working with high-tech gear, or if the speed and power of these vehicles appeals to you, the Army.

Abstract. This study uses For Official Use Only data on U.S. military operations to evaluate the large-scale Army policies to replace relatively light Type 1 Tactical Wheeled Vehicles (TWVs) with more heavily protected Type 2 variants and later to replace Type 2s with more heavily protected Type 3s.

Management, Acquisition, and Use of Motor Vehicles (DOD ) is the authoritative source for DoD Fleet Management. Lawful operation of all DoD fleet vehicles is paramount and this document will assist in generating agency level guidance and local standard operating procedures.

DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY EM U.S. Army Corps of Engineers CESO-ZA Washington, D.C. Manual No. 15 September Safety SAFETY AND HEALTH REQUIREMENTS 1. Purpose. This manual prescribes the safety and health requirements for all Corps of Engineers activities and operations.

Applicability. the Army’s plans and actions to achieve those objectives. Strategies specific to the four TWV fleets will be addressed in the subsequent sections. Fleet Operations • Equip to meet ARFORGEN requirements. Even when the Army has percent of its vehicle requirements, its vehicles will have varying degrees of capabilities and modernization.

The Cost-Effectiveness of Armored Tactical Wheeled. Vehicles for Overseas U.S. Army Operations. Chris Rohlfs. 1 and Ryan Sullivan2. July, 3. Abstract. This study uses For Official Use Only data on U.S. military operations to evaluate the large-scale Army policies to replace relatively light Type 1 Tactical Wheeled Vehicles (TWVs) with more.

(2) Approve the ACP, represent the Army in the acquisition process on all cost and economic analysis matters, provide policy on implementing contractor cost data reporting, and publish manuals that provide frameworks and procedures to implement DOD and Army policies to include DODDDODIDODIDODIand DOD Weight, and Cube) for Transportability of Military Vehicles and Other Outsize/Overweight Equipment, Army TB, per DoDI () and AR (o).

The MATDEV is required to support this data collection per AR (l). SDDCTEA also publishes and distributes transportability guidance/procedures. Civilian Steps to Planning Your Acquisition Career. The Army Director, Acquisition Career Management (DACM) Office is proud to support the elite Army Acquisition Workforce (AAW), a dedicated team of approximat civilians, officers, and noncommissioned officers, who provide the equipment and services that ensure Army Readiness, now and in the future.

analysis area. Another part, Army Regulation (AR)The Cost and Economic Analysis Program, specifies the policies and responsibilities for cost and economic analysis throughout the Army. The last part, Department of the Army Economic Analysis Manual, provides the methodologies and procedures for implementing economic analysis policies.

Tracked vehicles not exceed lb and forklift trucks not exceeding 6, lb are treated as two-axle trucks (Group 2 vehicles) in determining the design index. Tracked vehicles exceeding. Analysis of Army Community Service (AACS) for fiscal year (FY) to conduct a thorough, independent, and impartial cost benefit analysis (CBA) and/or cost effectiveness analysis (CEA) of Army Community Service (ACS) Programs.

The amount available for support of this program in FY is $,In FY10, the Army’s base budget and funding for overseas contingency reached $B. It is difficult to be “cost smart” when resources are plentiful.

In light of possible future constrained resources, the best solution for the Army, and for National Security, is to improve the Army’s cost effectiveness to keep it as potent as possible.