Naval Aviation Maintenance System: Analysis of Alternatives
RAND ARROYO CENTER SANTA MONICA CA SANTA MONICA United States
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The U.S. Navys aviation maintenance capability suffers from supportability issues because of its antiquated software architecture and codebase. As a result, the Navy is seeking to modernize its afloat and ashore maintenance capabilities, better integrating them with the future Naval Operational Supply System and maximizing value from sustainment costs. The Navy asked RAND Corporation researchers to assist with the analysis of alternatives for fielding the Naval Aviation Maintenance System. This report presents the results of that analysis, which was conducted from September 2017 to April 2018.This report should be of interest to those who conduct naval aviation maintenance and analysts and managers of defense business systems.
- Military Aircraft Operations