Generalized Air Mobility Model - GAMM

U.S. Air Force, ASD/XRM; Wright-Patterson AFB, OH

The Generalized Air Mobility Model (GAMM) simulates the movement of cargo by an intra-theater airlift system. It requires information concerning the cargo to be moved, the transportation system network, and the characteristics of the air lifters to be used. The model provides detailed chronological histories, which report the movements of all cargo items and air lifters throughout the time period of interest.

In addition to air lifter flights, GAMM simulates air lifter ground operations, airdrops, movement of cargo by Army trucks, and survivability/vulnerability of the cargo in its various modes of transportation.

Alternatives Considered: FORTRAN

Benefits of SIMSCRIPT II.5: Widely available, universally acceptable, good user support.