DEFINITION
System Readiness

System Readiness includes the development of OPLANs necessary to carry out the assigned mission, using strategy and guidance provided by higher authority along with knowledge of current system performance and planned capabilities. It includes peacetime tests and exercises to maintain the system in an operational state, and the demonstration and evaluation of alternate tactics and the verification of system performance, to the extent practicable. It provides for the continued training and exercise of personnel in operating the system under realistic conditions, and provides for control of other system test functions necessary to keep the system operating. It provides for detection of anomalies and for corrective action. It also provides for maintenance schedule control, historical maintenance data retention, maintenance training, and test results status reporting.

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