JMPS MORSS Overview

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An Overview of the Joint Munitions Planning System: 

An Overview of the Joint Munitions Planning System John R. Hummel and Al L. Winiecki Advanced Simulation Technologies Center Decision and Information Sciences Division 23 July 2005 Presented to: 73rd MORSS USA Military Academy West Point, NY

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Overview of the Joint Munitions Planning System Development History and High Level Overview Operating Environment Key Features Examples of JMPS-Developed Sourcing Solutions Summary Briefing Outline

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Sponsored by US Army Field Support Command Developed by Argonne National Laboratory Began in FY 1999 with Delivery and Transitioning Scheduled for FY 2005. Intended as a Replacement for the Fortran-Based Ammunition Distribution System (ADS) JMPS Development History and High Level Overview

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JMPS was Developed to Support Sourcing and Movement Solutions from CONUS and OCONUS to Generate Data to Support TPFDD Development The Creation of JOPES Records is Done as a Two Step Process: JMPS Creates External Data Files Containing Cargo Increment Numbers and Movement Data These Data are Used by a Separate Program that Generates the JOPES Records JMPS Development History and High Level Overview (Cont.)

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Operates Under Windows OS on a Typical PC Desktop Computer Platform (i.e., no Specialized Equipment) Developed Using “Vanilla” Java (i.e., no Proprietary Software) Analyst’s Reports Generated Offline Using Crystal Reports JMPS Operating Environment

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Key Features of JMPS: Analyst-Oriented User Interface System Windows “Look and Feel” Grouping of Data by “Logical Types” - General Data… A “Status Box” Summarizing Key Data Required in a Study

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JMPS Transport Network Features User-Defined Nodes (Sources, Transfer Nodes, ASPs) and Links Drop Shipments to SPOEs and APOEs Ammo Production (When Required)* Support for Multiple POD Destinations* Use of Prepositioned Ships as “Floating Nodes” Sourcing from Non-Theater OCONUS Locations *Future capability Key Features of JMPS: User Defined Transport Network

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User can Read in External Default CONUS Source Node Data Each CONUS Source Node is Described with a Set of Editable Outloading Data Based on the DD 1726 Data User can Create/Edit/Remove Source Nodes Key Features of JMPS: User Defined Transport Network – CONUS Source Nodes

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User can Read in External Default CONUS Transfer Node Data Each CONUS Transfer Node is Described with a Set of Editable Ship Loading Times Based on a Default Container and Break-bulk Ship User can Create/ Edit/Remove CONUS Transfer Nodes Key Features of JMPS: User Defined Transport Network – CONUS Transfer Nodes

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POEs and PODs OCONUS Sources and ASPs CONUS Sources and SPOEs/APOEs PODs and PODs PODs and ASPs Key Features of JMPS: User Defined Transport Network – Transportation Network Linkages

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Shipments can be Transported on 16 Default Ship Classes or on User-Defined Ships The # of Ships Available are User-Defined as are Their Initial “In-Port” Disposition Key Features of JMPS: Use of “Real-World” Transport Asset Data Photo of MV Green Wave

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C-17 Globemaster III Cargo Compartment: 1,056” L X 148” H X 216” W Pallet Positions: 18 Maximum Cargo Capacity: 170,900 lbs. Shipments can be Transported on 11 Default Aircraft Classes (4 Military and 7 Commercial) or on User-Defined Aircraft The # of Aircraft Available per Day are User-Defined Key Features of JMPS: Use of “Real-World” Transport Asset Data

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Default Data for Container and Break-bulk Trailers and Railcars are Provided A 20' Container is Taken as the Standard Container There is an Implicit Assumption that Sufficient Quantities Exist of Containers, Trucks, and Railcars Key Features of JMPS: Use of “Real-World” Transport Asset Data

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“Assets” “20’ Containers” User can Modify Container Parameters (e.g. Container Specifications, Cargo Weight, Pallet Size and Weight, Amount of Dunnage, etc.) Single DODACs are Stuffed in a Container (Stuffing of Multiple DODACs was Designed, but Currently not Used) Support for Cropable Items has been Deferred Key Features of JMPS: Explicit Stuffing of Containers

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The User Defines the # of Each Ship Class Available for the Study The User Defines the Initial Distribution of Ships in Port and How Long it will Take Ships to Reach Port Key Features of JMPS: User Controlled Processing – Defining the Transport Allocations The Aircraft Allocation can Vary During the Course of a Study By Aircraft Type, the User Defines the # of Aircraft Available per Day

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For Each Scenario in a Study, the User Selects the Sources that can be Used… …and the Preferred Order in Which they will be used Key Features of JMPS: User Controlled Processing – Defining the Ordering of the Network Nodes

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“On Screen” Review of Solutions Separate Records when Split Shipments are Required Key Features of JMPS: Information Rich Environment Describes if the Item Shipped was a “Prime” or “Substitute” Item

An Example of a JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study: 

An Example of a JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study High Level Overview: 458 requests involving two ASPs Air window created for days 1 to 30 (1 C-5/day for days 1 – 5 and 1 C-17/day for days 6 – 30) Nine classes of ships created Substitute items included 151 requests unsatisfied in whole or in part

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study – High Level Overview: 

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study – High Level Overview 15,771,608.13 lbs of drop shipments 4,557,240.20 lbs of air shipments 2 C-5 flights, 89 & 98 % full 25 C-17 flights, 97-98% full 2,753 containers on 4 ships holding 72,228,324.75 lbs. of cargo MV Capt Steven L. Bennett, 1,336 containers, 70% full MV Green Ridge, 450 containers, 100% full 1st SS Austral Rainbow, 840 containers, 100% full 2nd SS Austral Rainbow, 127 containers, 15% full

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study – High Level Overview: 

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Air Force and Marine Study – High Level Overview Sourcing Summary

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Developing “Better” Transport Allocation Solutions: 

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Developing “Better” Transport Allocation Solutions A Classic Problem Facing Transportation Planners is how to Maximize the Transport Assets and Avoid the “Small Ship” Syndrome JMPS Lets the User Set Certain Parameters that Define when Assets are Available and when they can be Considered “Full”

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Developing “Better” Transport Allocation Solutions: 

JMPS Sourcing Solution: Developing “Better” Transport Allocation Solutions In JMPS, the Controlling Factor is the Initial Distribution of Ships Assumed in Port at the Beginning of a Study

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JMPS will Provide AFSC/JMC with an Advanced Tool for the Deliberate Planning of Class V Materiel A JMPS Study Uses “Real World” Data and “Business Practices” JMPS has been Developed for the Analyst to Enable Her/Him to Quickly Set Up a Study, Run it, and Analyze it JMPS Tools are Being Provided to Enable the Analyst to Understand How and Why a Sourcing Solution was Achieved Summary

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For Further Information: Mr. All Harris Dr. John R. Hummel AMSFS-ST Advanced Simulation Technologies Center US Army Field Support Command Decision and Information Sciences Division 1 Rock Island Arsenal 9700 S. Cass Avenue/DIS-900 Rock Island, IL 61299-6500 Argonne, IL 60439-4832 739-5390 DSN (630) 252-7189 voice (309) 782-5390 Commercial HARRISA@AFSC.ARMY.MIL jhummel@anl.gov Questions???

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