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This syllabus was developed for online learning by Orin Godsey. ASCI_644_Online_Syllabus_0816ASCI 644 Integrated Logistics Support in AviationOnline Course Syllabus Credit Hours:3 Delivery Method:Online (Internet /Canvas) Required Course Materials Coyle, J. J., Langley, C. J., Novack, R. A., & Gibson, B. J., (2017). Supply chain management: A logistics perspective. (10th ed.). Boston, MA: Cengage Learning. ISBN 13: 978-1-305-85997-5 American Psychological Association. (2010). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.). Washington, DC: Author. ISBN: 13: 978-1-433-80561-5 (APA website: ) Course Description This course is a study of the elements of a modern integrated logistics system. The organizational structure, inventory management, principles of warehousing, traffic management, international logistics, and quality management principles as they apply to logistics are key elements. The impact of just-in-time systems and quality management principles on physical distribution and their relationship with integrated package and cargo carriers, advancements in intermodal transportation, and the deregulation of the transportation industry are probed. The characteristics of system design to meet requirements of reliability, maintainability, and supportability are examined, as is the economic feasibility of a logistics system, including Life-Cycle Cost Analysis methods. The explosion of computer technology and its effect on electronic data interchange capability as they influence logistics policies and practices are explored. The use of computer software to solve logistics problems is introduced.