Accession Number:

ADA239906

Title:

Generic MANPRINT Analysis: Methodology to Incorporate Human Factor Variables into Army Combat Models (GM/AME-HF).

Descriptive Note:

Final rept.,

Corporate Author:

HAY SYSTEMS INC WASHINGTON DC

Report Date:

1991-04-30

Pagination or Media Count:

99.0

Abstract:

Air Land battlefield doctrine predicts that future wars will require Army units to operate 24 hours per day in continuous or sustained operations as evidenced in Desert Storm. The key limiting factor in these type of stressful operations is, as always, the individual soldier. The Army seeks to predict its future battlefield requirements through the use of combat effectiveness models that includes training and analyses as follows 1 Force structure analysis 2 Training and doctrine analysis 3 New equipment training assessments 4 Weapon systems effectiveness and tradeoff analyses and 5 Training of commanders and staffs. The trend to use combat modeling in peacetime to prepare for war will continue for the immediate future. One area of modeling that has not been adequately represented is the individual soldier and the systems designed to sustain him. The purpose of this effort is to identify potential means for including the soldier in combat models.

Subject Categories:

  • Personnel Management and Labor Relations
  • Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE