TSARINA: A Computer Model for Assessing Conventional and Chemical Attacks on Airbases
Jan 1, 1990
Vol. III, Variable and Array Definitions, and Other Program Aids
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This Note is one of four volumes that collectively describe the latest versions of the TSAR (theater simulation of airbase resources) and TSARINA (TSAR inputs using AIDA) computer models, which assess the effect of attacks on the sortie generation capabilities of airbases. This volume contains appendixes designed to assist in modifying and extending the existing program logic, and in clarifying apparent errors.
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