Defense projects are complex. They are delivered against rigorous requirements, inevitable time constraints and constrained budgets. Moreover, they comprise not only the Equipment outputs that generally make the headlines – the weapon, the vehicle, the helicopter, the jet, and the ship – but also the coordination of other crucial aspects that collectively make up the capability. In the UK, these are referred to as the ‘defence lines of development’ (DLODs) and comprise: Training, People, Infrastructure, Doctrine, Information and Logistics – hence the ‘TEPIDOIL’ acronym for military capability. Each and every one of these elements is essential for the successful delivery of a complete capability solution.
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