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FAST-VAL: Relationships Among Casualties, Suppression, and the Performance of Company-Size Units.

Author: S G Spring; S H Miller; RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA.
Publisher: Ft. Belvoir Defense Technical Information Center MAR 1970.
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The document describes the secondary effects, as input to FAST-VAL simulations, of casualties, equipment losses, and fire exchange on the performance of individual combat troops. These effects--including diversion of survivors, suppression, and loss of leadership and cohesion--are calculated in terms of break and stall levels, company effectiveness, weapon-crew effectiveness, suppression of fire, movement rate,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S G Spring; S H Miller; RAND CORP SANTA MONICA CA.
OCLC Number: 227671886
Description: 75 p.

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The document describes the secondary effects, as input to FAST-VAL simulations, of casualties, equipment losses, and fire exchange on the performance of individual combat troops. These effects--including diversion of survivors, suppression, and loss of leadership and cohesion--are calculated in terms of break and stall levels, company effectiveness, weapon-crew effectiveness, suppression of fire, movement rate, suppression of mobility, and hand-to-hand combat performance. In a FAST-VAL simulation, the percentage of surviving effective riflemen is computed as a function of the preplanned rate of fire, reserve-commitment policy, cumulative casualties, and suppression. The discussion includes detailed computations for deriving the percentage of riflemen still effective.

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