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Conceptual design for an army logistics assessment--extended (ALA-X) methodology

J. H. Bigelow

Conceptual design for an army logistics assessment--extended (ALA-X) methodology

by J. H. Bigelow

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Army,
  • Logistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 65-66.

    StatementJames H. Bigelow.
    SeriesRand note -- N-2317-A, Rand publication series
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 66 p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16539391M

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Conceptual design for an army logistics assessment--extended (ALA-X) methodology by J. H. Bigelow Download PDF EPUB FB2

This Note describes a conceptual design for Army Logistics Assessment — Extended (ALA-X), a methodology for assessing the readiness and sustainability of the U.S. Army. The methodology is intended for use in the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting process, so that those parts of the Army program dealing with logistics functions and resources can be better prepared and justified.

"This Note describes a conceptual design for Army Logistics Assessment--Extended (ALA-X), a methodology for assessing the readiness and sustainability of the U.S. Army. The methodology is intended for use in the Planning, Programming, and Budgeting process, so that those parts of the Army program dealing with logistics functions and resources can be better prepared and justified.

Title: Conceptual Design for an Army Logistics Assessment — Extended (ALA-X) Methodology Author: James H. Bigelow Subject: This Note describes a conceptual design for Army Logistics Assessment — Extended (ALA-X), a methodology for assessing the readiness and sustainability of the U.S. Army. Logistics Assessment Guidebook – July 6 INTRODUCTION A Logistics Assessment (LA) is an analysis of a program’s supportability planning.

Preferably, it is conducted by an independent and impartial team of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) not directly associated with the program being assessed. An LA is not a compliance audit, but an File Size: KB.

Current doctrinal trends create a problem for the Army design methodology by moving it away from design’s conceptual basis towards a more detailed planning process. While conceptual and detailed planning both have critical and interrelated roles, they are founded on fundamentally different purposes, assumptions, approaches, cultures, and.

The military concept of "logistics", along with a significant part of the scope o f activities connected with this term, have been transferred into the civilian economy by American managers only.

G-4 Logistics Strategic Planning Guidance 7 Army Operating Concept (AOC)6 and initiated actions to determine force sizing needs such as the Army and Beyond7, Global Responsive Sustainment, and the Army Staff, along with FORSCOM, is implementing the SRM to better prepare a smaller CONUS based Army.

dition of Army equipment and the ability or inability to perform its intended mission. This revision implements DODI and it prescribes policies and procedures for total logistics readiness sustainability anal-ysis—the annual logistics assessment of the Army.

ADP replaced the term “design” with “Army design methodology” and associated ADM with conceptual planning. ADM helps commanders and staffs with understanding, visualizing, and describing operations and it is an aid to conceptual planning.

During operations, ADM supports organizational learning as the command adapts. All those efforts became the Army of and developed into the logistics concept of support.

Changes for fine tuned the modular design. The logistics concept of support centers on habitually aligning selected logistics capabilities into three corps CSSBs and 10 division-aligned CSSBs.

Captain Fred Brown is an Army logistics officer and Instructor at the United States Military Academy’s Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic. He is currently writing a book detailing accounts of logistics on the frontlines titled Support to the Line: True Stories of Valor, Courage, and Logistics.

Design has been carried forward into the August ADP and ADRP as "Army Design Methodology", which is complementary to the MDMP and Troop Leading Procedures.

Logistics becomes, in fact, the very core of generalship to get military forces into a theater of war in superior strength and husband that strength until they shall prevail.” 2. Army Design Methodology This chapter is designed to give a brief explanation of the Army design methodology and how it is integrated with the military decisionmaking process (MDMP).

For a more detailed explanation of the Army design methodology, refer to ADP and ADRP Army design methodology is a methodology for applying critical and. The Army Strategic Logistics Plan (ASLP) is the Army Logistics community’s strategy to achieve the DCSLOG’s Logistics Vision—the Revolution in Military Logistics (RML).

The ASLP will achieve the goals of that vision by transforming Army logistics from. Military logistics In military logistics, logistics officers manage how and when to move resources to the places they are needed.

In military science, maintaining one's supply lines while disrupting those of the enemy is a crucial—some would say the most crucial—element of military stratagy, since an armed force without resources and.

NATO logistics since the version of the Handbook, is the change of name of the Senior NATO Logisticians’ Conference (SNLC) to LC.

We have a new NATO Strategic Concept which has guided the updating of the logistics vision, strategic goals and objectives. Furthermore, NATO logistics continues its migration to collective logistics. The continual need for a nuanced and dynamic balancing of distribution and supply in logistics system design has implications for the training and career development of Army logisticians.

A logistician’s ability to make the right integrated decisions depends on his having broad system knowledge—on being a logistics expert rather than a. The Army design methodology (ADM) helps avoid the unimaginative and routine application of well-worn solutions that often do not fit the unique characteristics of each new situation.

It provides commanders a means to develop a sophisticated understanding of complex or unfamiliar problems and creative approaches to solving them. JOINT CONCEPT FOR LOGISTICS 6 August 1 1. Purpose The Joint Concept for Logistics (JCL) presents a common framework for providing logistic support to joint operations in the timeframe and guides the development of future logistic capabilities.

The JCL is a source document designed to initiate further. SUSTAINMENT IN THE ARMY USING THE ARMY’S SUSTAINMENT PRINCIPLES TO IDENTIFY AND MITIGATE RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE.

A thesis presented to the Faculty of the U.S. Army.Support Starts Here! 11 Global Logistics & Beyond FY13 Sustainment Campaign of Learning and Experimentation Sustainment White Paper ESC DP 15 Concept of Support Force Design Update Army Global Logistics -Unity of Effort -ARSOF Logistics -Industrial Base -Integration of Ready RC Sustainment Units -Integration of Army into Joint Logistics Capabilities.The Army’s new conceptual framework employs modular combat units and organizations.

Modularity is not new to Army logisticians; the CSS force design has been modular since the mids, providing tailorable support modules to satisfy specific mission requirements.