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Air Mobility Command Deployment Analysis System (ADANS)


Primary Purpose Mission scheduling for aircraft, crew, and

mission support resources to maximize the on-time

delivery of cargo and passengers. AMC C2 legacy

program supporting airlift and tanker planning,

scheduling, and analysis during peacetime,

crisis, contingency, and wartime.

Sub-Functions Decision support tools to manage information on

cargo, passengers to be moved, and the available

airlift resources. Tools to schedule missions,

analyze schedules, and to contribute the schedule

to worldwide command and control systems. Tools

to support the scheduling and management of air

refueling assets are incorporated into the

system.

Equipment Requirements Client/Workstation operating system.

Connectivity Requirements ADANS' primary communications media is via

network (SIPRNET, etc.).

Crypto Requirements System has classification of the network it is

connected to; requires crypto appropriate for the

network.

Normal Locations ADANS is installed in HQ AMC/DOX, AMC's Tanker

Airlift Control Center (TACC), and the alternate

TACC. USTRANSCOM has five workstations for SAAM

requirements validation, and USAFE has three

workstations (two unclassified, one classified)

in the Air Mobility Operations Control Center

(AMOCC).

Information Managed Short-range scheduling of air refueling.

Airlift flow planning.

Planning and tracking AMC aircraft resources.

Scheduling for recurring missions by month.

Special assignment airlift missions

(non-recurring).

Products Created Schedules produced by planning tools and reports.

Lead Service/Contractor Developed by Oak Ridge National Laboratory. As

of 17 January 1997, maintenance of the software

has been assigned to Logicon, Inc. as part of the

effort to migrate ADANS and the Combined Mating

and Ranging Planning System (CMARPS) into a

Combined Air Mobility Planning System (CAMPS).

Current Fielding Status Scheduled to be replaced by the Combined Air

Mobility Planning System (CAMPS), which

integrates ADANS functionality with the Combined

Mating and Ranging Planning System (CMARPS). The

final version of ADANS (v22.1) was scheduled for

release in March 2001. Termination is scheduled

for February 2002.

Known Problems None identified.

DIICOE Compliance Rating One identified goal of CAMPS is to provide ADANS

functionality in DIICOE compliant software;

presumably ADANS is not compliant.

Point of Contact Charlie Davis (project manager)(423)576-8418,   (423) 574-8149(FAX),e-mail:DavisJC@ornl.gov

 or                                                                                Michael Hilliard,(423)576-4147,(423)574-8149,     e-mail: HilliardMR@ornl.gov

Updated by Capt. David C. Morris, USMC, CCSC-01
 

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