TSAR User's Manual: A Program for Assessing the Effects of Conventional and Chemical Attacks on Sortie Generation. Volume 1. Program Features, Logic, and Interactions
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This note is one of a four-volume set that collectively describes the latest versions of the TSARTheater Simulation of Airbase Resources and TSARINATSAR INputs using AIDA computer models, which were developed at the RAND Corporation to assess the effect of attacks on the sortie generation capabilities of airbases. These new versions replace earlier versions, including the versions documented in 1985. Among more significant new features are those that permit representation of 1 austere dispersed operating bases, 2 attacks on the minimum operating surface MOS defined after prior attacks, 3 multi- step parts and equipment repairs, 4 repair of damaged aircraft shelters, 5 improved fidelity in the runway repair representation, and 6 damage generated by the delayed detonation of unexploded ordnance UXO. This development was carried out under the Project Air Force Resource Management Program project entitled TSARTSARINA .
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