Air Operations 'CALTF' team 1: Taylor, Alaina, Delaney, Hunter, andrew, riley, justin, and ryan January 31, 2017

Combined Air Lift Task Force

Define Stakeholders

  • UK, France, and US
  • Citizens of Berlin
  • Soviet Union
  • Manufacturing Suppliers
  • People working in the systems

Define Needs of Stakeholders

  • Deliver 3,475 tons of supplies daily
  • Provide food, clothes, and supplies for care
  • Communicate effectively with other countries and systems
  • Prove democracy supremacy
  • Insure safe and controlled delivery

Main Role of Air Operations

  • Communication with US, UK, France, and Berlin
  • How will the supplies be distributed
  • Who are flying the planes and where they are coming from
  • Coordinating maintenance parts

Information Needed to Gather

  • Who and which countries will deliver what supplies
  • Most optimal people to fly the planes
  • Get planes to Germany
  • Ways of communicating
  • Maintenance of parts and coordination of supplies

Sub-systems Components

Explanation of Subsystems

Maintenance Supplies

To insure supply streams stay consistent, any vital repairs will be made at the nearest maintenance facility. Each airport will have a small maintenance facility and the command center will have a larger maintenance facility to handle more specific repairs. All repairs will be recorded and replacement parts will be ordered and stocked based off maintenance records and projections.

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