Frequently, engineering and logistics are performed more as independent disciplines within programs rather than as equal, collaborative partners in establishing and working the design. That kind of arm's length, disjointed relationship usually results in increased cost and greater risk relative to meeting customer expectations in the operational environment. By treating engineering and logistics as interdependent and complementary disciplines throughout the design and support phases, opportunities for optimized performance; increased speed in the design process; and early identification of potential life cycle cost drivers may be addressed early on.
Sabre offers a wide range of DoD compliant logistics support products and services designed to help ensure that weapon system mission requirements and affordability objectives are achieved in the operational environment. Sabre assists in the planning, development, and execution of key logistics elements such as supportability analyses, design interface, training, supply support, publications, and facilities planning.