The second of two volumes that describes NAVMAN, a computer model developed for predicting the total organizational and intermediate level maintenance personnel requirements for new U.S. Navy aircraft. This volume presents a detailed description of model operations, program and model variable listings, derivation and definition of model factors, and a reliability/maintainability databank for current Navy aircraft.
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