Candidate Recommendation IND #0127B - Attachment to March 10 Infrastructure Executive Council Meeting Page: 2 of 118
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Candidate Recommendation # IND-0127B
Red River, TX
Recommendation: Realign Red River Army Depot, TX, as follows: relocate the
depot maintenance of Armament and Structural Components, Combat Vehicles,
Construction Equipment, Depot Fleet/Field Support, Engines and Transmissions,
Fabrication and Manufacturing, Fire Control Systems and Components, and Other
to Anniston Army Depot, AL; relocate the depot maintenance of Construction
Equipment, Powertrain Components, and Starters/Generators/Alternators to
Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, GA; relocate the depot maintenance of
Tactical Vehicles to Tobyhanna Army Depot, PA and Letterkenny Army Depot,
PA; and relocate the depot maintenance of Tactical Missiles to Letterkenny Army
Justification: This recommendation supports the strategy of minimizing the
number of industrial base sites performing depot maintenance for ground and
missile systems. The strategy minimizes sites by increasing the depot
maintenance capacity utilization to 1.5 shifts for each of the depot facilities with
the highest Military Value. Workload is then consolidated at the depot locations
with the highest military value and available capacity. The realigned depots have
greater maintenance capability, higher facility utilization and greater opportunities
for interservice workloading. This recommendation reinforces Anniston's and
Letterkenny's roles as Centers of Industrial and Technical Excellence (CITE) for
Combat (Anniston) and Missile (Letterkenny) Systems. Red River's remaining
tactical missile workload is consolidated at Letterkenny and Red River's
remaining combat vehicle workload (plus the associated ground system follower
commodities) is consolidated at Anniston. This recommendation decreases the
cost of depot maintenance operations by consolidation and elimination of 30% of
duplicate overhead structures required to operate multiple depot maintenance
activities. Finally, this recommendation increases opportunities for interservice
workloading by moving former Army workload to the MCLB at Albany, GA. and
by expanding the interservice workload assigned to each of the Army's CITE
Payback: The total estimated one time cost to the Department of Defense to
implement this recommendation is $194,098K. The net of all costs and savings to
the Department during implementation period is a cost of $82,409K. Annual
recurring savings to the Department after implementation are $21,851 with
payback expected in 7 years. The net present value of the costs and savings to the
Department over 20 years is a savings of $124,195K.
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United States. Department of Defense. Candidate Recommendation IND #0127B - Attachment to March 10 Infrastructure Executive Council Meeting, text, August 3, 2005; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc19642/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.