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    • A.

      T&E PLANNING AND STRATEGY..........................................................53

    • B.

      T&E EXECUTION........................................................................................55

    • C.

      KEY FACTORS AND TRADE-OFFS.........................................................59

  • V.

    PRODUCTION AND INTEGRATION...................................................................63

    • A.

      RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS .....................................................................64

    • B.

      MANUFACTURER VIGNETTES...............................................................68

      • 1.

        Force Protection Industries, Incorporated (FPII) ..........................68

      • 2.

        International Military and Government, LLC (IMG) ...................74

      • 3.

        SFI Fabrication ..................................................................................77

    • C.

      INTEGRATION OF GOVERNMENT FURNISHED EQUIPMENT (GFE)...............................................................................................................79

    • D.

      DCMA INVOLVEMENT .............................................................................83

    • E.

      KEY FACTORS AND TRADE-OFFS.........................................................86

  • VI.

    PROGRAM LOGISTICS .........................................................................................89

    • A.

      MANPOWER & PERSONNEL ...................................................................89

    • B.

      TECHNICAL DATA .....................................................................................93

    • C.

      DESIGN INTERFACES ...............................................................................95

    • D.

      COMPUTER RESOURCES.........................................................................96

    • E.

      MAINTENANCE PLANNING ....................................................................99

    • F.

      TRAINING ...................................................................................................100

      • 1.

        MRAP University.............................................................................100

      • 2.

        Manufacturer-Provided Training ..................................................102

    • G.

      LOGISTICS SUPPORT..............................................................................103

      • 1.

        The Role of the FSR.........................................................................106

      • 2.

        Commonality ....................................................................................107

    • H.

      FACILITIES ................................................................................................109

      • 1.

        Charleston.........................................................................................109

      • 2.

        Kuwait...............................................................................................110

      • 3.

        Iraq ....................................................................................................110

      • 4.

        Afghanistan.......................................................................................111

    • I.

      TRANSPORTATION..................................................................................113

      • 1.

        Transportation Cost Oversight.......................................................114

      • 2.

        MEAP................................................................................................115

    • J.

      FIELDING OPERATIONS ........................................................................116

    • K.

      KEY FACTORS AND TRADE-OFFS.......................................................116

  • VII.

    CONCLUSIONS ......................................................................................................119

LIST OF REFERENCES....................................................................................................125 INITIAL DISTRIBUTION LIST .......................................................................................131

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