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Military Readiness: DoD Needs a Clear and Defined Process for Setting Aircraft Availability Goals in the New Security Environments
The attacks on 9/11 show that threats to U.S. secu

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By Neal P. Curtin (au)
Year: 2003
Pages: 57
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1428942467

The attacks on 9/11 show that threats to U.S. security can now come from any number of terrorist groups, at any number of locations, & in wholly unexpected ways. As a result, the DoD is shifting to a new defense strategy focused on dealing with uncertainty by acting quickly across a wide range of combat conditions. One key ingred. of the new strategy is the avail. of aircraft to carry out their missions. Key measures of avail. include the % of time an aircraft can perform at least one or all of its assigned missions, termed the “mission capable” (MC) & “full mission capable” (FMC) rates, respectively. This report examined whether key DoD aircraft have been able to meet MC & FMC goals, & DoD’s process for setting aircraft availability goals. Ill.

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