Factors Affecting the Unit Cost of Weapon Systems

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This exploratory analysis attempts to quantify the magnitude of cost growth in weapon system programs, and identify factors affecting cost growth.

The study revealed that cost estimates are systematically biased toward underestimation, resulting in an average program cost growth of 20%.Cited by: An Analysis of Weapon System Cost Growth Author: Jeffrey A.

Drezner Subject: This exploratory analysis attempts to quantify the magnitude of cost growth in weapon system programs, and identify factors affecting cost growth.

Created Date: 8/11/ AM. 2GAO, Weapon Systems Management: DOD Has Taken Steps to Implement Product Support Managers but Needs to Evaluate Their Effects, GAO (Washington, D.C.: Apr. 29, ). 3 Milestone C is the decision to enter the production and deployment phase of DOD’s acquisition cycle or for limited.

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Moses, O. (a), Extensions to the Learning Curve: An Analysis of Factors Influencing Unit Cost of Weapon Systems, Naval Postgraduate School Technical Cited by: 3.

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Selected Weapon Systems Quantity and Proqram Unit Costs (Dollars in Millions) Original Current SYSTEM Quantity Quantity Unit Cost Unit Cost Harpoon Missile LHA Ships 9 5 Ml98 Howitzer Patriot Missile Airborne WarningFile Size: KB.

The myths and costs of autonomous weapon systems Article in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 72(4) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'. considered as the sole determinant of cost, given that the larger the market share (higher volume production), the lower the average unit cost.

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At one extreme, the background noise will be so loud as to preclude any sensible message transmission-either incoming or outgoing. Such noise can be a serious source of stress (see Chapter 6) as well as an.

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Weapons system, any integrated system, usually computerized, for the control and operation of weapons of a particular kind. Intercontinental ballistic missiles, long-range bombers, and antiballistic missiles are the weaponry of the strategic weapons system (q.v.).

Guided missiles operating at. A method of estimating cost inputs for weapon-systems analyses is discussed. The major characteristics of the method are (1) Total cost concept, which provides for accumulation of “support” as well as “direct” costs to the tactical unit of capability (e.g., wing or squadron in the case of the Air Force) (2) Distinction between investment and annual operating costs (3) Incremental Cited by: 6.

Quantity and Unit of Measure; General Ledger Classification (e.g., military or general equipment, loaned, or leased) Full Cost Value (baseline and net book value (if applicable) or original acquisition cost if the property does not require capitalization) Estimated Useful Life.

A confounding factor was that ratios of military value to the economic cost of weapon systems were also on an upward trend. To complicate matters, value-to-cost ratios of different weapon systems most likely rose at different rates, implying incentives to substitute among them. Substitution would have been limited, however, by further factors.

weapon systems. It focuses on how recent technical, management, and government policy changes affect cost. This report complements another document from this project, Impossible Certainty: Cost Risk Analysis for Air Force Systems (Arena et al., ), and includes a litera-Cited by: Moses, O.

(), Extensions to the Learning Curve: An Analysis of Factors Influencing Unit Cost of Weapon Systems, Naval Postgraduate School Technical Cited by: 5. Brewin CR, Andrews B, Valentine JD. Meta-analysis of risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder in trauma-exposed adults.

Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 68(5)– Cohen S, Wills TA. Stress, social support, and the buffering hypothesis. Psychological Bulletin 98(2)– Anti-aircraft warfare or counter-air defence is defined by NATO as "all measures designed to nullify or reduce the effectiveness of hostile air action".

They include surface based, subsurface (submarine launched), and air-based weapon systems, associated sensor systems, command and control arrangements and passive measures (e.g. barrage balloons).It may be used to protect naval, ground.

The Arjun has an auxiliary power unit to operate weapon systems in silent watch mode as well. The tank incorporates GPS-based navigation systems and sophisticated frequency hopping radios.

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This book provides an examination of the relation of scientific research to advanced weapons systems. Some years later the political scientist Hans an atomic bomb and so directed as to be a precise weapon which would land exactly on a certain target, such as a city.

I say, technically, I don't think anyone in the world knows how to do File Size: 4MB. Availability of Weapon Systems with Air-attack Missions the simulation will help towards the design of an improved system which could focus on the factors affecting the availability as brought.

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guidelines on how autonomy should be included in future weapon systems, with the United States being a notable exception.2 The Center for a New American Security (CNAS) has launched a project on Ethical Autonomy, which will examine the legal, moral, ethical, policy and strategic stability dimensions of increased autonomy in future weapon systems.

A chapter report issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "For fiscal yearthe Department of Defense (DOD) asked for about $ billion to develop, procure, operate, and maintain its weapon systems.

This request represents an increase of 18 percent since for the total ownership costs of DOD weapon systems.database unit. This then encompasses all the defensive and offensive aspects of the weapon system or unit such as protection, dispersion and mobility.

The multitude of additional factors considered in the second step is detailed in the methodology below. The exact procedure for the second step depends on the category of weapon system or.Nuclear fallout is the residual radioactive material propelled into the upper atmosphere following a nuclear blast, so called because it "falls out" of the sky after the explosion and the shock wave has passed.

It commonly refers to the radioactive dust and ash created when a nuclear weapon explodes. The amount and spread of fallout is a product of the size of the weapon and the altitude at.