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by Edward G. Keating,Adam C. Resnick,Elvira N. Loredo,Richard Hillestad

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Author: Edward G. Keating,Adam C. Resnick,Elvira N. Loredo,Richard Hillestad
ISBN: 083304298X
Language: English
Pages: 38 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: RAND Corporation (August 8, 2008)
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This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as. .

This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as performed at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) in FYs 2004-2006. WR-ALC has a sequential process that F-15s follow when undergoing PDM. The average WR-ALC F-15 PDM visit runs behind schedule. Keating, Edward . Adam C. Resnick, Elvira N. Loredo, and Richard Hillestad, Insights on Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance: An Analysis of F-15 PDM. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2008. org/pubs/technical reports/TR528.

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We rely on the fact the Air Force has chosen to pay for intermittent PDM on F-15s to assert F-15s must have enough value after PDM visits to justify PDM costs. Insights on Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance: An Analysis of F-15 PDM.

An Analysis of F-15 PDM. by Edward G. Keating, Elvira N. Loredo Keating, Edward G. and Elvira N. Loredo, Valuing Programmed Depot Maintenance Speed: An Analysis o. Loredo. Keating, Edward G. Loredo, Valuing Programmed Depot Maintenance Speed: An Analysis of F-15 PDM, Santa Monica, Calif. RAND Corporation, TR-377-AF, 2006. org/pubs/technical reports/TR377.

Insights on Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance: An Analysis of F-15 PD.

Insights on Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance: An Analysis of F-15 PDM. This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as it was performed at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) in the FY 2004 through FY 2006 time frame. The F-15 is an all-weather, extremely maneuverable tactical fighter designed to permit the Air Force to gain and maintain superiority in aerial combat. F-15s are on a 6-year PDM cycle (. they are to return for PDM within 6 years of completion of a visit).

This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as performed at the . The average WR-ALC F-15 PDM visit runs behind schedule and lasts about four months. Insights on Aircraft Programmed Depot Maintenance: An Analysis of F-15 PDM (Technical Report) Keating, Edwar.

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This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as performed at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) in FYs 2004-2006.

org/pubs/technical reports/TR377/), 2006, 60 p. ISBN: 978-0-8330-3968-2.

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This technical report describes the F-15 programmed depot maintenance (PDM) process as performed at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Center (WR-ALC) in FYs 2004-2006. The average WR-ALC F-15 PDM visit runs behind schedule and lasts about four months. Also, PDM can wait a long time for parts; aircraft move through PDM steps out of sequence, with missing parts catching up with the aircraft when they become available, or cannibalize other aircraft.