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Cost Comparison of the Navy's Air Combat Environment Test and Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) and the Air Force's Electronic Combat Integrated Test (ECIT).

Author: Kelsey M OlverCharles T AckermanJohn J CloosDaniel B LevineDennis O MadlAll authors
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir : Defense Technical Information Center, JUN 1991.
Edition/Format:   eBook : English
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Congress directed DoD to review the costs and capabilities associated with the use of the Navy's Air Combat Environment Test and Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) to satisfy aircraft electronic combat ground testing requirements in lieu of the Air Force developing its own Electronic Combat Integrated Test (ECIT) capability. This paper examines various ACETEF and ECIT capability options that could reasonably satisfy  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Kelsey M Olver; Charles T Ackerman; John J Cloos; Daniel B Levine; Dennis O Madl; INSTITUTE FOR DEFENSE ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA.
OCLC Number: 227783207
Notes: Final rept. Jan-Jun 1992.
Description: 168 p. ; 23 x 29 cm.

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Congress directed DoD to review the costs and capabilities associated with the use of the Navy's Air Combat Environment Test and Evaluation Facility (ACETEF) to satisfy aircraft electronic combat ground testing requirements in lieu of the Air Force developing its own Electronic Combat Integrated Test (ECIT) capability. This paper examines various ACETEF and ECIT capability options that could reasonably satisfy stated Air Force and Navy needs in terms of costs, effectiveness, and other qualitative considerations. Costs include investments for facilities, equipment, and software; deployment costs for testing at other than the primary flight test location; and operating costs for running the facilities over a 20-year period. Effectiveness is defined as the percentage of requirements satisfied by the various facility and capability alternatives. Based on the analysis, the Air Force ECIT proposal is the preferred alternative for meeting both stated testing and many variations in those needs.

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