Development of a Preliminary Automated Total Systems Model for the Integrated Facilities Requirements Study (IFRS). Phase II. Volume I. Summary of the IFRS Management Planning Tool.
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This report documents the second phase of the multi-phase Integrated Facilities Requirements Study IFRS. In Phase I, two analytic submodels were developed. The first, a Logistics Support Requirement Generator, estimates personnel, aircraft, and fuel requirements for each phase of undergraduate pilot training at the Naval Air Training Command NATRACOM. The second, a Pacing Facilities Requirements sub-model, calculates facility requirements for each phase of training. The purpose of the Phase II study was to develop a preliminary total systems IFRS management planning tool including the two submodels developed in Phase I, as well as Base Loading, Facilities ExcessDeficiency, and Total Cost submodels, and automate the model so that it provides quick, accurate, and relevant information for use in the decision-making process. The present IRFS model is working to provide useful information to the decision-maker. Refinement and expansion of the present Phase II model will be completed in Phase III. This report is composed of four volumes. Volume I contains a summary of the IFRS management planning tool. A detailed discussion of each of the five submodels and associated data files is contained in Volume II. A manual discussing the use of the automated model is provided in Volume III and the programmers manual is contained in Volume IV. Author
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