March 15, 2018

New PDF release: A Common Operating Picture For Air Force Materiel

By Raymond A. Pyles, Robert S. Tripp, Kristin F. Lynch, Don Snyder, Patrick Mills

ISBN-10: 0833041282

ISBN-13: 9780833041289

ISBN-10: 0833045903

ISBN-13: 9780833045904

Describes a possible universal working method (COP) for the Air strength materiel sustainment approach (MSS). The authors first boost a COP according to the rules of effects-based measures, schwerpunkt (organizational focus), selection rights, and a nonmarket monetary framework, then they observe the COP to depot-level reparable part sustainment to demonstrate how the COP could increase total MSS potency and responsiveness.

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While the Air Force has always had relatively better information about their plans and fixed targets, this more dynamic, more accurate operational picture enabled it to improve its support to ground operations and to respond more rapidly to developing military opportunities. The concept of a common operating picture for ground forces first emerged in 1997, as the Army sought to improve its own internal integration between their intelligence and operations branches (Glasser, 1997; King, 2000). While all the equipment and enabling systems were not fully deployed at the outset of Operation Enduring Freedom, the rapid successes in that operation led all services to acknowledge the importance of the COP capability and to accelerate or initiate efforts to develop their own common operating pictures.

1 That MSS includes not only official, organic agencies, such as financial management, engineering, depot and base repair shops, and planners, but also other elements of a non-USAF supply chain that encompasses other DoD and contractor suppliers of maintenance, modification, transportation, warehousing, and supply services. The USAF MSS is continually caught between two countervailing pressures: demands for increased efficiency and lower costs on one side versus demands for increasingly effective sustainment of combat operations and peacetime training on the other.

In situations in which the dominant concern is the physical movement of forces or materiels in light of distances, terrain, changing situational conditions, and physical capacities, a GIS-based common operating picture can help planners and operational managers synthesize a more comprehensive assessment of the entire situation than would be possible otherwise. Moreover, by having access to the same common operating picture, personnel executing those plans can respond more rapidly to a changing situation because they will not need to wait for direction from higher authority to take responsible actions.

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