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Logistic Support of Multinational Maritime Forces

69,90 

ISBN 9788395214127

Wydawca: Akademia Marynarki Wojennej – Gdynia

Rok wydania: 2019

Objętość: s. 304

Format B5; okładka miękka, foliowana

Opis

Logistic Support of Multinational Maritime Forces

autor: Andrzej BURSZTYŃSKI

Akademia Marynarki Wojennej

 

Contents

List of Abbreviations and Acronyms … 7

Introduction …. 15

1. Maritime Force Logistic System in National and Multinational

Operations …. 19

1.1. The General Structure of Maritime Logistic System……19

1.2. The Maritime Force Logistic System in National Operations….23

1.3. The Maritime Force Logistic System in Multinational Operations…34

1.4. The Organizational Structure of MF Logistic System in Multinational

Operations ….. 41

1.5. The Modes of Multinational Logistic Support to Maritime Component…..49

1.6. The Logistic Support for Polish Navy Ships within NATO Multinational Force.. 62

2. Logistic Interoperability of Ships ..71

2.1. Ship Logistic Support as the Function of Logistic Interoperability .. 71

2.2. Interoperability Identification ……72

2.3. The Maritime Force Interoperability …. 74

2.4. Ship Logistic Interoperability Determinants .. 76

2.4.1. General Operational Standards Logistic Interopearability …. 77

2.4.2. Materiel Standards Interoperability ….. 79

2.4.3. General Equipment Requirements Logistic Interoperability…..80

2.5. The Ship Logistic Interoperability Evaluation….. 82

3. Ship Logistic Support ……..93

3.1. Structure of the Ship Logistic Support System……93

3.2. The Shipboard Materiel Logistic Subsystem …… 102

3.2.1 General Principles of Materiel Support to Ships … 102

3.2.2. Feeding Ship Crews ….. 104

3.2.3. Managing Uniform Supplies on board Ships …. 111

3.2.4. Supplying Ships with POL …… 112

3.2.5. The Role and Tasks of Maritime Services in Provision of Logistic for Ships .. 115

3.2.6. The Process of Supplying a Ship with Equipment and Materiel of Maritime

Services ……. 117

3.3. The Functioning of the Shipboard Logistic Subsystem……123

3.4. The Functioning of Medical Subsystem on board a Ship…….131

4. Logistic Capability of the Ship an Her Environment …. 139

4.1. The Notion of Ship Logistic Capability ……139

4.2. The Structure of Ship Logistic Capacity …..143

4.3. Ship Endurance ……148

4.3.1. The Notion and Significance of Endurance ….. 148

4.3.2. Logistic Determinates of Ship Endurance ….. 150

4.4. Ship Environment Logistic Potential….162

4.5. Cooperation Relations of Ship Logistic System with Her Environment….167

5. Replenishment at Sea .. 171

5.1. Progress in Modern Replenishment at Sea Methods….172

5.2. Planning and Procedures for Replenishment at Sea……187

5.3. Methods of Cargo Transfer during Sea Transit……196

5.3.1. Classification of Methods of Cargo Transfer during Sea Transit… 196

5.3.2. Replenishment of Liquid Cargo at Sea …… 198

5.3.3. Solid Cargo Transfer – Horizontal Methods … 208

5.3.4. Vertical Replenishment at Sea Methods…… 219

5.4. Solid Cargo Handling Equipment…….225

5.5. Transfer of Personnel…….231

6. Contemporary Naval Logistic Ships … 235

6.1. Classification of Naval Logistic Ships ….235

6.2. Designations of the Basic Classes of Logistic Ships …238

6.3. Basic Standards for Logistic Support Ships….242

6.4. The Logistic Ships of NATO Countries …..246

6.5. The Polish Navy Logistic Ships ….248

Annex 1. Classification of Combat Support and Logistic Support Ships .. 253

Annex 2. Logistic Support Ships of NATO Countries Excluding

US Navy Ships … 263

Annex 3. US Navy Logistic Support Ships …277

Annex 4. Symbols of Transfer Stations and Examples of Handling

Equipment…. 281

Annex 5. Silhouettes and Location of Transfer Stations on Some Logistic

Ships of NATO Countries …. 283

Bibliography …. 295

List of Figures .. 301

List of Tables ….. 303

 

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