Date of Award
Master of Science
Department of Operational Sciences
Lee J. Lehmkuhl, PhD
Jack M. Kloeber, Jr, PhD
This thesis describes the development of a methodology to model theater-level mobility engineering assets in the Joint Staff's Joint Warfare Analysis Experimental Prototype (JWAEP) and to quantify the joint and Army doctrine that guides the task organization of engineers for combat and which quantifies engineer mobility effects in combat. The methodology incorporates theater-level mobility engineering assets into the JWAEP by using Mission, Enemy, Troops available, Terrain, and Time (MET-T principles which reflect joint and Army doctrine, and combines them with the existing basic concepts in other theater-level models. Additional aspects of the problem include determining the manmade and natural obstacles' delay and attrition effects, determining the obstacle intelligence acquisition procedures, identifying solution techniques, verifying the results, and making recommendations.
DTIC Accession Number
Hobson, Brian K., "Modeling Mobility Engineering in a Theater Level Combat Model" (1996). Theses and Dissertations. 6224.