DETERMINATION OF EVACUATION AND MAINTENANCE UNITS’ NECESSARY AMOUNT AND THE WEAPON AND MILITARY EQUIPMENT RESERVE AMOUNT
Keywords:armament and military equipment, evacuation, maintenance, reserve.
AbstractThe article describes the method that allows to define an amount of evacuation and maintenance units, and the amount of weapon and military equipment reserve, which in combination will ensure the maintenance of a certain level of troops’ combat capability considering financial constraints. The difference between the proposed and known methods is: the necessity numbers of evacuation and maintenance units, the number of weapon and military equipment reserve have been considered from point of view of required combat readiness level support; the solving optimization issue allows to determine maintenance units structure, which minimize cost of losses compensations and let not exceed of specified limit; the method is based on the mathematical model of joint cooperation of maintenance and evacuation units (based on pending system of mass handling) that adequately reflects the process.
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