Aviation Logistics Support The dynamics of the aviation industry are such that it is critical that any aircraft maintenance organization maintain a clear and efficient makeup for their logistics support infrastructure. The clear objective of any maintenance department is to maintain assigned aircraft in a state of full capability. In order to do this with logistics concepts the organization must stress rigorous supervision of safety-of-flight and other serious aircraft equipment and systems. In addition, aircraft logistics management structure and business practices, particularly those needed for supply, maintenance, and financial management, should be planned and executed to maintain that management concentration. This paper will...The end:
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