Demystifying RBL

Fulk, David A.
July 1999
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Summer99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p1
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Readiness-based Leveling (RBL) or the DO35E system, a leveling system of the United States Air Force that determines the allocation of resources to all bases around the world. Factors that determine RBL levels; Role of expected back orders in RBL levels; Use of marginal analysis to determine which base must be given level.


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