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Under the chosen COA, the team would develop a capability in the Transportation Coordinators' Automated Information for Movement System II (TC-AIMS II) to accept Army War Reserve Deployment System-generated supply TCNs and the associated supply and transportation data.
PBUSE interfaces with several other critical logistics systems, including LOGSA LIW, the Standard Army Retail Supply System, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service Corporate Database, the Army War Reserve Deployment System, the General Funds Enterprise Business System, the Central Issue Facility-Installation Support Module, the Worldwide Ammunition Reporting System, and Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier's fielding application.
The nature of the airdrop missions meant the equipment was non-recoverable, resulting in an estimated cost of $25 million and once again depleting Army war reserve stocks of CDS equipment to critical levels.
The assessment was conducted on Stanley Associates' Army Programs group and examined the software development methodology employed with the Army War Reserve Deployment Systems (AWRDS) and the Automated Battlebooks Systems (ABS) projects.
A week earlier, A Company, along with the rest of the 3d BCT, had deployed into the theater by commercial air from Fort Bliss, Texas, and had drawn modification table of organization and equipment (MTOE) equipment immediately from pre-positioned Army war reserve stocks.