Existing in a Microsoft Access database, the model was designed to forecast the dollar cost to achieve a prescribed level of fleet readiness. The output is the total cost to fund the number of airframe inductions required to achieve the targeted readiness level. The ADRAM can also be used to determine the level of airframe readiness achievable, given a certain level of budgetary constraints. These funding drills can be simulated for each type of airframe incorporated in the Aviation Depot Maintenance program. It can estimate the impact of various resource allocation decisions by Type/Model/Series (TMS) and by squadron.
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OPNAV N432D (or LMI/ NAVAIR AIR 6.0)
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