Accession Number : ADA119484

Title :   Transition of Equipment from the Active Army to the Reserve Forces.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : LOGISTICS STUDIES OFFICE (ALMC) FORT LEE VA

Personal Author(s) : Jaeger,John N

PDF Url : ADA119484

Report Date : Nov 1981

Pagination or Media Count : 44

Abstract : This report examines how and why the introduction of displaced equipment from the Active Army into the Reserve components has an adverse impact on combat readiness. The conclusions are that the United States Army has no standardized methodology for the introduction of equipment into the Reserve Forces, that the overall problem is systemic in nature, and that, while DARCOM cannot solve the systemic problem, actions can be taken to reduce the effects of the problem at the Reserve Component unit level. The report recommends that all major items of equipment transferred to the Reserves be treated as new equipment that life cycle costs be re-examined be introduced in conjunction with a Mission Support Plan, Materiel Fielding Plan, and New Equipment Training. (Author)

Descriptors :   *Logistics support, *Combat support, *Logistics management, *Combat readiness, Inventory control, Logistics planning, Army equipment, Transfer, Displacement, Army personnel, Active duty, Military reserves, Weapon systems, Utilization, Management, Army planning, Training, Life cycle costs

Subject Categories : Administration and Management
      Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE