D-to-P concept
A logistic planning concept by which the gross materiel readiness requirement in support of approved forces at planned wartime rates for conflicts of indefinite duration will be satisfied by a balanced mix of assets on hand on D-day and assets to be gained from production through P-day when the planned rate of production deliveries to the users equals the planned wartime rate of expenditure (consumption). See also D-day consumption/ production differential assets; D-day pipeline assets; D-to-P assets required on D-day; D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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  • D-to-P assets required on D-day — As applied to the D to P concept, this asset requirement represents those stocks that must be physically available on D day to meet initial allowance requirements, to fill the wartime pipeline between the producers and users (even if P day and D… …   Military dictionary

  • D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement — As applied to the D to P concept, the gross requirement for all supplies and materiel needed to meet all initial pipeline and anticipated expenditure (consumption) requirements between D day and P day. Includes initial allowances, continental… …   Military dictionary

  • D-day materiel readiness gross capability — As applied to the D to P concept, this capability represents the sum of all assets on hand on D day and the gross production capability (funded and unfunded) between D day and P day. When this capability equals the D to P materiel readiness gross …   Military dictionary

  • D-day consumption/production differential assets — As applied to the D to P concept, these assets are required to compensate for the inability of the production base to meet expenditure (consumption) requirements during the D to P period. See also D to P concept …   Military dictionary

  • D-day pipeline assets — As applied to the D to P concept, these assets represent the sum of continental United States and overseas operating and safety levels and intransit levels of supply. See also D to P concept …   Military dictionary

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