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By John Frederic Schank, United States. Army, Arroyo Center

ISBN-10: 0833026739

ISBN-13: 9780833026736

Examines how one can consolidate education infrastructure and increase functions throughout parts to realize potency.

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1 In all options, we require a minimum of five students for a school to conduct a course. If the annual demand for a specific course is less than five students, then our minimum course size equals the annual demand. That is, courses with very low annual demands (less than ten) will be taught at a single school. Page 12 Sending Students to Nearest School Results in Significant Flows across Components One fairly straightforward result is that sending students to the nearest school results in significant flows across the two components.

In all the options, the time away from home is reduced. This has the impact of improving morale or quality of life while reducing per-diem costs. 6 Breakdown of Travel Cost Savings for Option 2Cost of Sending . 7 AC Student Time Away from Home for Option 2 Compared to Option 1 Option 3: Consolidate Schools: Reduce Number of Training Sites for Maintenance Courses The last option we examined investigates the potential for reducing the number of training sites for maintenance courses. 7 Although these RTS-Ms could potentially be closed, we believe that a greater benefit would arise from changing the training mission of these "excess" schools.

6 shows the impact on travel costs. There is a separate bar for the baseline calculated from the actual assignment of students to schools in fiscal year 1996 and bars for the first option (sending students to the nearest school based on the fiscal year 1996 course assignments) and the two cases of option 2. In all options, travel costs are reduced compared to the baseline, with the greatest reduction, as expected, when we allow RTS-Ms to teach multifunctional courses. 6 shows that over $1,000,000 is saved in AC student travel and almost $500,000 is saved in RC student travel for the multifunctional case.

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