An exploratory study on improvement of integrated logistics support (ILS) for military field equipment and materials in ROK (Republic of Korea) military

Authors

  • WooSuc Sim Institute of Future Security Industry Strategy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37944/jams.v2i1.47

Keywords:

Integrated Logistics Support, Timely Force Integration, Life Cycle System Management, Maintainability, Military Field Equipment, Weapon System

Abstract

The operational maintenance areas (including maintenance budget preparation, creation cost, maintenance equipment, repair parts, and tool supply) are not sufficiently reflected in the total life cycle for acquiring and powering the weapons system, thereby reducing combat readiness and increasing operational maintenance costs. As the speed of development of the technology is accelerating, but equipment and parts in power-generating operation become obsolete, resulting in disruption to the operation of equipment and supplies at the field, the need for the establishment of a comprehensive military water support (ILS) system that is analyzed and reflected in the acquisition phase is increased. This study is required from the perspective of the total life cycle of electric power equipment and materialsThe purpose of the Chapter is to develop a realistic and efficient comprehensive military water support (ILS) development plan for stable combat capability by improving the operational disconnect and the lack of integrated comprehensive water support (ILS) management due to changes in the performance institutions during the raising, acquisition and operation maintenance stages. The establishment of a comprehensive military water support (ILS) system for field powering equipment and supplies will be reflected in decision-making between acquisitions and the results of this study can be utilized as basic data for mid-term planning and budgeting.

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Published

2019-05-08 — Updated on 2019-05-10

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Sim, W. (2019). An exploratory study on improvement of integrated logistics support (ILS) for military field equipment and materials in ROK (Republic of Korea) military. Journal of Advances in Military Studies, 2(1), 15-35. https://doi.org/10.37944/jams.v2i1.47 (Original work published May 8, 2019)