- Logistics Composite Model - L-COM
L-COM is a large-scale model for simulating all major functions of a military aircraft support facility, either land or sea based. This widely used model simulates aircraft operations.
- The Modular Engine Arisings, Repair and Overhaul Simulation -MEAROS
MEAROS, the Modular Engine Arisings, Repair and Overhaul Simulation, simulates the operation, maintenance and supply of gas turbine aircraft engines. The model is primarily designed around the special requirements of the aero-engine industry although it is equally applicable to ships, land vehicles, and indeed to electric power generation. More...
- Generalized Air Mobility Model - GAMM
The Generalized Air Mobility Model (GAMM) simulates the movement of cargo by an intra-theater airlift system.
- Battalion/Unit Level Logistics Evaluation Tool - BULLET
BULLET is designed to answer the question: To what extent can a fire support unit meet its ammunition requirements using organic transportation assets?
- AMCCOM Distribution Simulation Model - DISM
This model produces a plan for distributing ammunition during mobilization from Continental United States (CONUS) depots and production facilities to overseas theaters.
- Forces Planning Model - FPM
FPM is an integrated, global model designed to assess the impact of budget and force structure changes. Investment, development, and operations and support costs are computed for DoD.
- Aerial Port Simulation - APSS
The Aerial Port System Simulation (APSS) is a model designed to measure the capabilities and manpower requirements of MAC (Military Airlift Command) aerial ports.
- Repairable Simulation Model - REPSIM
Repairable Simulation Model (REPSIM) simulates a multi-echelon supply system to test supply/level-of-repair decisions in the Ship Support Improvement Program.
- Level of Repair - LOR
This model, an updated version of the MOD III Level-of-Repair Model, determines where avionics components should be repaired in order to minimize the expected life-cycle logistics support costs.
- Vehicle Integrated Supportability Analysis - VISA
The VISA model is a discrete-event model simulating the maintenance and supply system for airlift and fighter weapon systems. The model is designed to evaluate contemporary wartime supportability concepts as well as advanced supportability related to Air Force 2000 operational concepts.
- Aids to Navigation Event-Step Logistics Model - ANGEL
The ANGEL simulation model was developed to evaluate alternative buoy tender designs of differing characteristics in realistic operational environments.