Accession Number : ADA180120
Title : Models for Optimizing the Mix of Air Launched Missiles for Repair Processing.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Personal Author(s) : Taylor,Randal H ; Bednash,Charles F
PDF Url : ADA180120
Report Date : Mar 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 82
Abstract : The research for this thesis is concerned with the logistics of air-to-air and air-to-ground missiles. Specific emphasis is placed on the development of models to determine the optimal mix of air launched missiles (ALMs) to induct for repair each quarter at intermediate level maintenance facilities. The Navy operates three such repair facilities. A set of three models are described which are intended to assist in managing the missile repair process. These models allow for effective control of missile readiness objectives, maintenance budgets, and repair priorities. This thesis proposes three linear programming models for the Naval Air Systems Command to use in planning the repair of air-launched missiles through the Naval Weapons Stations.
Descriptors : *REPAIR, *MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT, AIR LAUNCHED, AIR TO SURFACE MISSILES, BUDGETS, CONTROL, FACILITIES, GUIDED MISSILES, LINEAR PROGRAMMING, LOGISTICS, MAINTENANCE, MODELS, NAVAL EQUIPMENT, NAVAL SHORE FACILITIES, OPERATIONAL READINESS, PROCESSING, REPAIR SHOPS, WEAPONS, AIR TO AIR MISSILES, OPTIMIZATION, LOGISTICS PLANNING, NAVAL PLANNING, MATHEMATICAL MODELS, GROUND SUPPORT, WORKLOAD, SCHEDULING, THESES
Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Guided Missile Launching and Basing Support
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE