Analyzing Air Force Flying-Hour Costs

Dawson, Kevin P.; Howe, Jeremy A.
July 2006
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Summer2006, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p21
Academic Journal
The article presents an analysis on U.S. Air Force Flying-Hour Costs improving base demand levels using customer-oriented leveling technique. The analysis indicates that reducing reduced average sortie duration cannot decrease the cost of aircraft repair parts. These accounts for approximately 70 percent of the total flying-hour program costs have been identified and discussed.


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