operational evaluation


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operational evaluation

The test and analysis of a specific end item or system, insofar as practicable under Service operating conditions, in order to determine if quantity production is warranted considering: a. the increase in military effectiveness to be gained; and b. its effectiveness as compared with currently available items or systems, consideration being given to: (1) personnel capabilities to maintain and operate the equipment; (2) size, weight, and location considerations; and (3) enemy capabilities in the field. See also technical evaluation.
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The combat operational evaluation continued into this second line.
But, to expedite the multi-INT variant's delivery to the fleet, the Navy decided its ultimate goal was to field it as the lone version of Triton, removing the need for separate operational evaluation and IOC periods.
ORSAs assist in developing additional plans and reports, such as the system evaluation plan, test data report, test report, and operational evaluation report.
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Although integrated testing will never replace the statutory or prudent requirement to conduct separate and independent operational T&E, enabling operational testers to use verified data from integrated test events earlier in the program will provide clearer insight into a system's ability to complete initial operational test and evaluation (IOT&E) or operational evaluation (OPEVAL) and reduce the length of a system's operational test and the subsequent evaluation.
Paveway IV is expected to be provided to the UK Ministry of Defence early in 2012 when the RAF will start operational evaluation, according to the statement.
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Although the first AN/APG-79 was delivered late in 2002, the start of operational evaluation was delayed until the summer of 2006.
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The accelerated training is in preparation for a series of upcoming test events that will culminate in August 2009 with an operational evaluation (OPEVAL) conducted by Commander Operational Test and Evaluation Force.

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