Air Movement Planning System (AMPS). Volume I. Executive Summary.
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The Air Movement Planning System AMPS is a computerized method for quickly and effectively planning cargo loads for C-130, C-141, and C-5 aircraft. It is primarily intended for use in Army unit moves, but its inherent flexibility makes it adaptable for movement of most types of cargo under various conditions. AMPS provides the user with an air movement mission an automated method of preparing effective load plans for USAF aircraft that will provide a timely response within the dynamic environment of joint airlift operations. The system is fast, accurate, makes efficient use of aircraft, incorporates commanders priorities, maintains unit integrity, links trailers andor crews with their respective vehicles, and links units with specific aircraft. Author
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies