9 edition of A common operating picture for Air Force materiel sustainment found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Raymond A. Pyles ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Pyles, Raymond, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||UG1103 .A18 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008025824|
The official site of U.S. Air Force Civil Engineer Center. October – present, Executive Director, Air Force Sustainment Center, Tinker AFB, Okla. AWARDS AND HONORS Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center Outstanding Chief Engineer Award Oklahoma City Air Logistics Center Engineering Director’s Award Air Force Meritorious Civilian Service Award Air Force Civilian Achievement Award.
Organizations such as Air Force Warfighting Integrating Capability are looking at how we make decisions at pace and scale needed with a peer competitor, how to create a common operating picture that will connect the right sensor to the right processor, and ultimately to the right shooter. including a common operating picture (COP) tool, common data strategy, common applications such as mapping and chat, common hardware configurations and com-mon look and feel (user interface). This effort eliminates duplicative or redundant implementations, speeds up and simplifies future development efforts and enhances.
Summary. The U.S. Air Force weapon system sustainment 1 enterprise is extremely large in terms of scope, workforce, and associated costs that amount to billions of dollars annually. When other expenditures, such as selected personnel accounts, fuel, facilities, and utilities are included, the total dollar amount expended is significantly higher. 2 As a point of reference for the reader, the. Author of Implementation Actions for Improving Air Force Command and Control Through Enhanced Agile Combat Support Planning, Execution, Monitoring, and Control Processes, Supporting Air and Space Expeditionary Forces, and The Air Force Chief of Staff Logistics Review/5(3).
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A Common Operating Picture for Air Force Materiel Sustainment: First Steps (Project Air Force) 0th Edition. by Kristin F. Lynch (Author), Robert S. Tripp (Contributor), Patrick Mills (Contributor), Don Snyder (Contributor), Raymond A.
Pyles (Contributor) & Author: Raymond A. Pyles, Robert S. Tripp, Kristin F. Lynch, Don Snyder, Patrick Mills, John G. Drew. A Common Operating Picture for Air Force Materiel Sustainment.
Book Description: Describes a potential common operating system (COP) for the Air Force materiel sustainment system (MSS). A Common Operating Picture for Air Force Materiel Sustainment: First Steps by Raymond A.
Pyles, Don Snyder, Patrick Mills, Robert S. Tripp, Kristin F. Lynch Raymond A Pages: form the Air Force materiel sustainment system. The monograph pays special attention to how the Air Force Materiel Command’s (AFMC’s) new Global Logistics Support Center (GLSC) might exploit a common operating picture based on eﬀects-based measures.
Thus, we envision three audiences for this monograph: policy-File Size: KB. Get this from a library. A common operating picture for Air Force materiel sustainment: first steps.
[Raymond Pyles;] -- Describes a potential common operating system (COP) for the Air Force materiel sustainment system (MSS).
The authors first develop a COP based on the principles of effects-based measures, schwerpunkt. Describes a common operating picture for the Air Force materiel sustainment system that, if implemented, would make the system more efficient and more responsive to changing operational : Raymond A.
Pyles, Robert S. Tripp, Kristin F. Lynch, Don Snyder, Patrick Mills, John G. Drew. The OCS Common Operating Picture (COP) provides Commanders with improved ability to make informed decisions based on timely visibility of OCS capabilities using common. provide a sustainment common operating picture that allows leaders from the strategic level agency to the tactical level to anticipate requirements and improve responsiveness.
Because enemies will act to disrupt sustainment, every echelon maintains scalable sustainment capabilities to preserve freedom of action even if logistical support slows. Materiel Common Operating Picture provides unprecedented view of logistics readiness.
By Col. Rick Pressnell, AMC Chief of Readiness Division. SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 8 APRIL Incorporating Through Change 4, 3 AUGUST Acquisition ACQUISITION AND SUSTAINMENT LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available for downloading or ordering on the e.
and operating CPs. A summary of this publication by chapters and appendices follows. Chapter 1. defines a CP and describes the common functions of all CPs. A discussion of the types of CPs by echelon and unit follows. Next, the chapter provides considerations for effective CP.
Preface ii JP 4. Cancellation This publication cancels JPMortuary Affairs. Relevant material from JPMortuary Affairs, has been incorporated into the main body and an added appendix of this publication.
Accordingly, JPMortuary Affairs, will be removed from the joint doctrine hierarchy. An Example: Common Operating Pictures for the Materiel Sustainment System 32 Identify Broad Air Force Objectives 32 Aircraft Materiel Sustainment Measures of Effectiveness 34 Identify Measures of Effects 38 Identifying Decisions that affect Each MOE 47 Identifying MOEIs and Setting Sentinel Thresholds 59 Allocating Decision Rights 72 Adjusting.
Rent or buy A Common Operating Picture for Air Force Materiel Sustainment First Steps - fully integrating Army sustainment operations with the efforts of unified action partners, across all domains, to achieve enduring outcomes.
ADP provides a common operational doctrine for sustaining Army forces operating across the full range of military operations in multiple domains of air, land, sea, space, and cyberspace. A Common Operating Picture for Air Force Materiel Sustainment: First Steps By Raymond A. Pyles; Robert S.
Tripp; Kristin F. Lynch; Don Snyder; Patrick Mills. Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., Air Force Materiel Command commander, held an inaugural online town hall Aug.
During a year that has included an Air Force-wide focus on modernization, lethality and readiness through faster, more agile business processes, the ability of AFMC to successfully meet the needs of the National Defense Strategy was a major focus of Bunch’s first year as commander.
What started out as an idea written on a napkin has evolved into a common operational picture and business intelligence capability that provides commanders with predictive readiness insight to make. Training Centers Sustainment Common Operating Picture “A single display of relevant information within a commander’s area of interest tailored to the user’s requirements and based on common data and information shared by more than one command.” –ADRP Sustainment personnel should always be able to answer.
The Air Force Sustainment Center was honored to have Commander of Air Force Materiel Command Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., visit Tinker Air Force Base, Okla., July 22 - Along with AFMC Command Chief Master Segeant Stanley Cadell, the general toured several locations within the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex and 72nd Air Base Wing, and met.
operating and support (O&S) costs, reducing the logistics footprint, and complying with environmental and other logistics related regulations." (DAG para ) • “System sustainment is enabled by effective planning, development, implementation, and management.
To accomplish this, the program manager needs to adequately.FM Publication. FMSustainment Operations, is a new publication that augments the Army's principal doctrine on providing sustainment support as found in ADP and ADRP It describes how Army sustainment forces, as part of a joint team, provide support to Army and other forces with particular emphasis on support to large-scale ground combat operations.
force is one composed of significant elements, assigned or attached, of two or more Military Departments operating under a single joint force commander. Joint Publication (JP) is the keystone document in the joint operations series and is a companion to joint doctrine’s capstone JP 1, Doctrine for the Armed Forces of the United States.