The Deployability Division provides transportation engineering, research and analytical expertise to improve the deployability of U.S. Armed Forces. The Division evaluates the transportability characteristics of military materiel to ensure equipment moves safely and efficiently by current or future transportation assets. The Division conducts transportation engineering analyses of multi-modal nodes and networks that support power projection. The Division assesses force deployability with complete, time-phased, origin-to-destination analysis of force closure that considers limitations and capabilities of the DTS, transportability of individual equipment items and CONUS/OCONUS infrastructure. The Deployability Division helps shape the military by using sophisticated modeling, simulation, engineering, and analysis to provide deployability solutions.
Deployability Analysis Branch
- Combatant Commander Support
Transportability Engineering Branch