Experimental design, test, and evaluation of an F-100D flyaway kit.

by Bernard Okun


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One of a series of studies dealing with the flyaway kit problem. The present memorandum describes and analyzes the results of an F-100D flyaway kit test, designed to compare the effectiveness of six alternative "paper" flyaway kits and to evaluate the merits of the RAND flyaway kit method. Consumption data were collected for a 30-day period from two F-100D squadrons stationed in West Germany, and were then compared with the contents of each kit. A kit's effectiveness was measured in terms of its ability to satisfy the squadrons' demands for spare parts

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