Analytic hierarchy process no apoio à tomada de decisão em localização de uma base logística de brigada / Analytic hierarchy process in support of the decision at location of a brigade logistical base

Ephrain Talmud Leite de Oliveira Cruz, Victor Cosenza dos Santos Pereira, Cristiane Maria Defalque, Nelson De Souza Júnior

Abstract


In the context of armed conflicts, logistics exerts a strong influence on the success of the first-level troops. Thus, accurate planning is required by locating the logistics structures throughout the areas of operations, ensuring that the flow of materials and services required are met in the right measure. In this way, the study of the method of Logistics Analysis, applied by the Brazilian Army in the various types of operations foreseen in its Military Doctrine, grows of importance. At the tactical level of the areas of operations, logistical bases are deployed, which will support the troops of a given Brigade. In order to select the most adequate area to unfold these bases, the decision makers use a series of factors and aspects recommended in the current Military Doctrine. In this sense, the objective of the present research was to analyze the location of a Brigade Logistics Base through the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) method, with the processing of factors and aspects predicted in the Land Military Doctrine. To this end, a case study was carried out with specialists from the Brazilian Army, instructors of the School of Improvement of Officers, who analyzed the possible areas of deployment of logistic means to support a given operation. The obtained result showed that the AHP method was able to operationalize the demands required for decision making to choose the area most appropriate to the deployment of a BLB in support of the operation of the case study, serving, for this situation, as a tool in the decision-making.

 

 


Keywords


Terrestrial Military Logistics, Brigade Logistics Base, Operational Research, Ahp.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv5n10-366

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