OA3611 Principles of Operational Logistics

Introduction to principles of Operational Logistics (OPLOG) as a discipline that encompasses the resources needed to deploy and sustain military forces at the operational level of warfare. The course includes technical (mathematical and quantitative) facets of OPLOG, as well as historical perspective, plus qualitative aspects of OPLOG that are not readily quantifiable. Topics include logistics attributes, quantitative analytical tools, OPLOG planning principles, information requirements and information flow, warfare sustainment demand forecasting, and network analysis. Prerequisites: None.

Lecture Hours

4

Lab Hours

0

Quarter Offered

  • Winter