Accession Number : AD0659509
Title : DOD ENGINE GENERATOR STUDY.
Descriptive Note : Final rept.
Corporate Author : COUNCIL ON TECHNICAL DATA AND STANDARDIZATION POLICY WASHINGTON D C WORKING GROUP ON ENGINE GENERATORS
Report Date : 25 FEB 1967
Pagination or Media Count : 88
Abstract : The problems encountered with engine generators in the areas of procurement, production, provisioning, supply, maintenance, training and other logistic support are, in the main, attributable to the past and present proliferation of variety and the inventory shortage to meet military requirements. This study reveals the need for a Department of Defense management structure empowered with decision authority over all functional facets of engine generators. Implementation of the recommendations contained herein, single interpretation of Department of Defense regulations and directives in given functional areas, and the institution of a planned program for the development, procurement, maintenance and supply of engine generators should result in an immediate reduction of variety and the rapid elimination of the problems emanating therefrom. Further, expediting implementation of the recommendations contained herein will progressively relieve the current problems in the Vietnam conflict.
Descriptors : (*GENERATORS, MILITARY REQUIREMENTS), (*STANDARDIZATION, GENERATORS), LOGISTICS, MILITARY PROCUREMENT, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, ELECTRIC POWER PRODUCTION, RELIABILITY, CONSUMPTION, VOLUME, NOISE, COSTS, MAINTENANCE
Subject Categories : Electric Power Production and Distribution
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE