Accession Number : ADA326822

Title :   Depot Maintenance: Consolidation Study,

Corporate Author : JOINT CHIEFS OF STAFF WASHINGTON DC

Personal Author(s) : Went, J. J. ; Wagner, Louis J. ; Poe, Bryce ; Grinstead, Eugene A. ; McCarthy, John J.

PDF Url : ADA326822

Report Date : JAN 1993

Pagination or Media Count : 83

Abstract : Over the course of many years, with constant change in the way we equip our fighting forces, the Services have developed maintenance systems which have provided those fighting forces with the right kind of equipment. The Department of Defense now finds itself with more depot maintenance capacity than needed. The purpose of this study is to help identify the best way to scale down that excess capacity and reduce costs without degrading current or future capability to meet our peacetime and wartime needs. Further, this study examines whether we are organized in a way that will enable us to act quickly and decisively.

Descriptors :   *MAINTENANCE, *SUPPLY DEPOTS, *BASE CLOSURES, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, PEACETIME, COST EFFECTIVENESS, OPERATIONAL READINESS, WARTIME.

Subject Categories : Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE