operational readiness evaluation

operational readiness evaluation

An evaluation of the operational capability and effectiveness of a unit or any portion thereof.
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Shortly after joining the squadron and going through a brief tactical syllabus with the crew, we were scheduled to be one of the first Operational Readiness Evaluation (ORE) events on what was to be a 3 day "flap-ex" against a U.S.
Consequently, there needs to be an integrated and seamless approach encompassing four tightly-linked domains which can be defined as: (a) the certification process for licensing the aerodrome, (b) the operational planning, which comes under the roof of the certification process, (c) the operational readiness evaluation methodology and (d) the transition strategy from the old facility to the new one.
He served as Executive Officer of CHB 3 for the first operational readiness evaluation (ORE) ever conducted on a Reserve Cargo Handling Battalion.
That question does not arise on Fire bolt, which was made clear after their Operational Readiness Evaluation (ORE) conducted in Puerto Rico a few months ago.
He served as Executive Officer of CHB Three for the first operational readiness evaluation (ORE) ever conducted on a Reserve Cargo Handling Battalion.
The land mine was later used to create a mold for plastic renditions of the mine that would later be dispersed during operational readiness evaluations and inspections across the Air Force.
All of those operational readiness evaluations and operational readiness inspections that we used to have in the bad old days that we complained about ad nauseam about having to conduct business in MOPP 4 Condition Black, nearly goes out the window when you've had the 13th missile hit your airfield and you're generating sorties and loading bombs.
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