A Method for Studying the SAC Base Dispersal Problem

by William Hersche McGlothlin

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This short paper was the last in a series of documents describing the activity of a committee assigned to study the objectives, feasibility, and preliminary design of a Strategic Air Command base dispersal simulation. The paper also presents a proposal on how to best analyze the logistics implications of dispersed basing.

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