An Optimal Inventory Policy for a Military Organization

by Edward B. Berman, Andrew J. Clark

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A presentation of an optimal inventory policy for a military organization consisting of bases and depots. It is assumed that the military objective is to minimize the sum of the costs of logistics support and the costs of a pool of end items being out of commission for parts.

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