Weapon system and equipment support analysis

development of management and application handbook by W. R. Wakefield

Publisher: Air Force Human Resources Laboratory, Air Force Systems Command in Brooks Air Force Base, Tex

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alternatives to refine support concepts and boundaries for new acquisitions and or modification programs for UAS weapon systems, subsystems, and support systems. Using mparative data from like and co similar systems (Acquisition Logistic cost, Operating and Support cost, maintenance data, and mishap data) formulate support concepts and constraints. With program descriptions, status and specifications, projected activities, and names and locations of large and small contractors, this book will provide you with a better understanding of our efforts to provide Soldiers with the best, most advanced and sustainable equipment possible. Measure of readiness for weapon systems and equipment in the hands of the Warfighter A Product Support Arrangement provides a description of the following: The products or services that are required, the metrics that will be used to determine if expectations are being met, the incentives that are available if the expectations are exceeded, and.   (1) The Director, Strategic Systems Programs (DIRSSP) is responsible for providing material support acquisition and fleet support of ballistic missile and strategic weapon systems, including missiles, platforms, associated equipment, and installation and direction of necessary supporting facilities.

  l. Using the four DoD nuclear weapon system surety standards as the foundation, nuclear weapons systems will be designed or improved to the maximum extent practical with approved advanced safety and security technologies, as determined through risk analysis, consistent with operational feasibility. Weapons and weapon systems; Military. Weapon Systems Handbook [open pdf - 27 MB]. From the introduction: "This biennial publication details the U.S. Army's major weapon systems and equipment programs, as well as our Science and Technology initiatives. Our Mission. To guide, direct and strengthen cost analysis within the Department of the Navy; to ensure the preparation of credible cost estimates of the resources required to develop, procure and operate military systems and forces in support of planning, programming, budgeting and acquisition management; and to perform such other functions and tasks as may be directed by higher authority. MTA, Inc. provides technical expertise to the Engineering Directorate of the Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDEVCOM) Aviation & Missile Center at Redstone Arsenal in the areas of Quality Engineering; Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Engineering and Analysis; and System Assessments across Army aviation and missile programs throughout their phases of weapon system.

What Lukasik meant is that once you need a weapon system, if you don't already have it, you’re dead. And that is the essence of DARPA today; it’s always 20 or 25 years ahead of the curve. Meteorological system/Mobile digital technological system/Electronic special equipment workshop/Medical system/Ambulance Unknown Russia: They are carried by a KamAZ or a Ural vehicle respectively. USSO/KRPP Decontamination vehicle/Special process control system Unknown Russia: They are carried by KamAZ trucks. Sources and Resources. LOCAL; AN/etc Series Equipment List; Fundamentals of Naval Weapons Systems ; ES Introduction to Naval Weapons Engineering ; Enlisted Surface Warfare Specialist (ESWS) STUDY GUIDE J ; Combat Systems Engineering - Surface Officer Warfare School ; COMBAT SYSTEMS @ FLEET TECHNICAL SUPPORT CENTER PACIFIC ; AN/etc Series Equipment . The shorter range Harpoon Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles have a range in excess of 65 nautical miles which are fired from stand-alone launchers. The 5"/54 Caliber Gun, in conjunction with the Mark 34 Gun Weapon System, is an anti-ship weapon which can also be used for close-in air contacts or to support forces ashore with Naval Gun-Fire Support (NGFS).

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Get this from a library. Weapon system and equipment support analysis: development of management and application handbook. [W R Wakefield; E F Plata; Rosemarie J Preidis; Air Force Human Resources Laboratory.; Westinghouse Electric Corporation.

Integrated Logistics Support Division.]. WEAPON SYSTEMS HANDBOOK This biennial publication details the U.S. Army’s major weapon systems and equipment programs, as well as our Science and Technology initiatives. Sincethe U.S. Army Weapon Systems Handbook has served as a critical reference document that informs key stakeholders and audiences-primarily Congress—about high-priority Army acquisition.

Programs may change their weapon system product support strategy over their life-cycle as they transition from IOC to a fully fielded and mature system and ultimately to retirement. The development of, or revision to, a product support strategy adheres to a logical methodology captured in the step model depicted in Figure 6.

This biennial publication details the U.S. Army's major weapon systems and equipment programs, as well as our Science and Technology responsibility for several hundred programs. Through research, data analysis, and interviews with subject matter experts, the authors analyzed the problems limiting WSSP effectiveness.

The report offers an alternative method for targeting RDs for enhanced support and gives recommendations for improving the WSSP's ability to provide weapon system readiness support. Also ensure any manuals needed to use the weapon system (e.g., JMEM Weaponeering Data Manuals) will be available at the time the weapon system is fielded.

• Finalize OT&E support with AFOTEC. Intelligence support needs and validated requirements should figure prominently in the functional OT&E of the system.

Janes up to date equipment profiles, including imagery, specifications and analysis, enable you to identify and differentiate between weapons, systems and variants and conduct critical all-source. Logistics Support Analysis (LSA) is the selective application of scientific and engineering efforts undertaken during the acquisition process, as part of the system engineering and design process, to assist in complying with supportability and other integrated logistics support (ILS) objectives.

LSA is a. The Office of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) was established in as part of the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA). The origins of the office date to with the establishment of the Office of Systems Analysis, which became the Office of Program Evaluation and Analysis in the mids.

developing estimates of system operating and support (O&S) costs. APPLICABILITY This guide is focused on O&S cost estimates and analyses for major defense. CCDC Armaments Center’s Weapon Systems and Technology Directorate manages and executes the technology base and life cycle engineering, production support, field support and industrial base for small, medium, large caliber indirect fire and advanced energy weapon systems (lethal and non-lethal), subsystems, associated equipment and training devices.

• Weapon System Review is a presentation tool used to create, display and distribute standardized charts for the ASA(ALT) weapon system reviews About this Report This report was commissioned by the Content Solutions unit, an independent editorial arm of Government Information Group.

Although Part Two covers some of the more advanced topics of the field of Army Weapon Systems Analysis, it starts with the definition of and concepts relating to measures of effectiveness (MOE), and describes in some detail many MOE's. The aim is to point out that MOE's are not universal but may depend on particular evaluations, and the Army analyst is introduced to the relation between the.

It is Weapon System & Equipment Support Analysis. Weapon System & Equipment Support Analysis listed as WSESA. weapon record book; Weapon Release Computer System; Weapon Reliability Assurance Program; Weapon Requirement; Weapon Research, Development, And Testing.

Gross/Weapon System Unit Cost ($ in Thousands) - 12, - - - - - - - - - 12, Description: The Saturn Arch and Desert Owl aircraft are Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (AISR) aircraft that support a suite of imaging sensors designed to.

This book shows the major weapon systems funded in the FY President’s Budget, organized by Mission Support Activities. Each Mission Area Category chapter heading further breaks out the funding.

acquisition phases—technology development, system development, and production—align with three key points for demonstrating knowledge.

Department of Defense (DOD) Acquisition Proc ess. DOD’s portfolio of major weapon programs has grown in cost by $8 billion, but contains four fewer systems than last year. GAO’s analysis suggests that.

weapon systems dating back to FY Through the application of big data analytics and machine learning, MADW allows the Department to understand cost and availability drivers for each weapon system, common groups of systems and is creating visibility of potential opportunities for reducing sustainment costs and improving avail.

Joint Integrated Analysis Tool: JIAT provides a common access point to extract, store, and share data to support cost analysis. The JIAT system provides end-users the ability to run a wide variety of databases, libraries, and models. Data is made available to end-users through a distributed system of JIAT Providers hosted on the JIAT web server.

weapon systems, equipment, and materiel sustainment programs where technically feasible, beneficial, and cost-effective. This decision will be based on any of the following: Results of. While weapon system sustainment does not actually begin until the first production units are fielded, sustainment planning begins at the earliest stages of the defense acquisition system.

Successful post- fielding sustainment performance depends on critical thinking during requirements development and solution analysis. The Department of Defense (DoD) Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Product Support Assessment (WSAR-PSA) identified eight principle areas that make product support more effective.

One of these areas, ―Governance,‖ included the recommendation to implement an. Analysis Series, GS 5. Positions which involve examining or studying work processes, and devising methods, to provide support to a weapon system or type of equipment, may typically require only a general working knowledge of the system or equipment.

This type of knowledge can generally necessary to support a weapon system, program. historical cost growth of weapon systems, and Younossi et al. () examines both completed and ongoing programs to determine whether a trend has developed since the s.

The present study examines 35 weapon-system acquisition programs to determine the sources of cost growth. It should interest those involved with the acquisition of sys. step prioritizes and focuses the system safety activity and maximizes the return -on -investment for safety expenditures.

The timing of safety analysis and resulting corrective ac tion is critical to minimize the impact on cost and schedule. The later in the life cycle of the equipment that safety modifications are incorporated, the. This equipment aided MOS 94Y (integrated family of test equipment operator/maintainer) Soldiers in diagnosing and repairing electronic LRMs for aviation and missile weapon TMDE fielded.

The updated guidebook also indicates that program offices will revalidate the previous product support strategy business case analysis every 5 years or prior to a change in the weapon system s product support strategy, as required of product support managers by a provision in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1.

Weapon Systems Analysis Quantum has played a leading role in the systems survivability arena since Our first work in this area was providing Theater Missile Defense (TMD) survivability assessments in support of the U.S.

Army Space and Missile Defense Command (SMDC). Logistic considerations traditionally and, in part, necessarily have followed performance considerations in the design and operation of weapon systems. Development of support equipment, technical data, training packages, and provisioning plans could not be pursued in earnest until system.

A total complex of equipment, skills, and techniques which together form an instrument of combat, usually but not necessarily having an air vehicle as its major operational element. A combat aircraft with its support system and equipment forms a weapon system.various weapon systems, this book is organized by the following mission area categories: Mission Area Categories ($ in Billions) Numbers may not add due to rounding FY Program Acquisition Cost by Weapon System.

Aircraft & Related Systems $ C4I Systems $ Ground Systems $ Missile Defense Programs $ Missiles & Munitions $ANG Public Affairs does not act as an operator service. They do not have the capability to redirect incoming calls to other offices.

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