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Logistics and readiness capabilities parameters

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logistics and readiness capabilitiesParameters described in terms of mission requirements considering both wartime and peacetimelogistics operations, including measures for mission capable rate, Operational Availability (AO) andfrequency, and duration of preventive or scheduled maintenance actions. Also included are combatsupport requirements such as battle damage repair capability, mobility requirements, expectedmaintenance levels, and surge and mobilization objectives and capabilities.
7/20/2021DAU Glossary251/466logistics assessmentnulllogistics demonstrationA part of developmental test and evaluation (DT&E) used to evaluate the adequacy of the systemsupport package and ensure the user unit has the logistical capability to achieve initial operationalcapability (IOC). A logistics demonstration includes the nondestructive disassembly and reassemblyof a production representative system using its related peculiar test, measurement, and diagnosticequipment (TMDE), tools, training devices, technical publications, and support equipment.logistics funding profileThat portion of the program budget necessary to execute the acquisition logistics plan.logistics management informationThe documentation associated with Supportability Analysis (SA) efforts.logistics supportEncompasses the logistics services, materiel, and transportation required to support the continentalU.S.-based and worldwide-deployed forces.logistics support elements - obsoleteobsoletelogistics support, supplies, and servicesThese terms refer to any or all of the following—food, billeting, transportation, petroleum, oils,lubricants, clothing, communications services, medical services, ammunition, base operationssupport (and construction incident to base operations support), storage services, use of facilities,training services, spare parts and components, repair and maintenance services, and port services.logistics supportabilityThe degree of ease to which system design characteristics and planned logistics resources(including the logistics support (LS) elements) allow for the meeting of system availability andwartime usage requirements.
7/20/2021DAU Glossary252/466LOGOLimitation of Government ObligationLOILetter of Instruction: Letter of Intentlong lead item / long lead time materialsThose components of a system or piece of equipment for which the times to design and fabricateare the longest, and therefore, to which an early commitment of funds may be desirable tocomplete the system by the earliest possible.long range investment plansBroad plans based on best estimates of future top-line fiscal resources that form the basis formaking long-range affordability assessments of acquisition programs.

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Term
Summer
Professor
Norman Stephens
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United States Department of Defense

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