Army Materiel Requirements to Support the Continental United States Military Mobilization Base Structure
Final rept. Jun 1987-Sep 1989
ARMY ENGINEER STUDIES CENTER FORT BELVOIR VA
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This report examines the systems, procedures, and data bases used or under development to measure the materiel requirements to support mobilization of units permanently stationed in the United States and its territories. It looks at the needs of the Army Materiel Command and the mobilization stations and the engineer, medical, transportation, and training components of the CONUS base. The report is one of five produced by the Engineer Studies Center for the Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations and Plans as part of its study mobilization requirements for industrial preparedness planning. The four other reports, all published in 1989, are Assessment of the Methodologies For Determining Materiel Requirements for the Current Force, Determining Materiel Requirements For Force Expansion, Wartime Support of U.S. Friends and Allies An Assessment of the Planning Environment, and Army System for Mobilization Requirements Planning Supply Classes V and VII Ammunition and Equipment.
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