In America, all military units are the same in terms of training and resources and culpability or efficacy in battle. However, due to our insurance monetary system, in our insurance rates, we have different reputations per unit. This is different from Britain’s, who focus on hardpoint insurance for loss and repayment, that of merchant marine assets of post-work, the built vessels and tanks and aircraft and munitions for singular deployment, not ammunition.
Here’s the math.
Mission Finance Calculation of Intelligence (Resource, Insurance, Risk, Budget, Report):
Intelligence missions require five points of mathematical analysis for financial calculation, from the resource endowed to complete an object, to the insurance rates for each trained individual from training imbued by facility, the risk calculation based on insurance loss for each insured individual lost in the field, the budget reduction per loss of field agent, and in the increase in insurance rate for training cost for a lost agent, the stipulated factor on each being the success or failure of the mission. The mathematical equations are consequential.
Resource Investment: The calculation of resources comes from two factors, monetary unit and time period, calculated by dollar amount in monetary unit, and time amount beneath, with transitions in unit increment calculated by largest unit employed incremental unit calculated as smallest increment unit contained, with a single digit on top of the calculation, to be multiplied between fractions, the applied timesets multiplied and the work added together, with multiple professionals registered as number of professionals, over time in matching unit calculated over single unit employed in matching payscale, multiplied by resource investment performed as single class of work. This is: type of work paid per period and professionals involved in type of work per period, and lowest common unit as mutual multiplied factor per period, until added into sequence for overall cost to investment of mission resource in currency.
Insurance Cost: Insurance costs are calculated, per unit of specialist notated per type of work performed in calculation above, per training used in each specialist task, in training facility employing, with price of insurance calculated over training facility variable, multiplied by individually seperated types of professional work performed, in seperate deviations of original equation, this currency type then added to previous investment currency type, for sum front investment of mission deployment.
Probability Risk: A hierarchy of terms is established per probability, with each insurance investment calculated seperate from the resource investment, in parenthesis, below the number of professionals performing each particular professional task, with the number of professionals in each variable term multiplied by a radical integer per number of professional skillsets relevant deployed, with the insurance cost below each calculated, for projection, each cost to insurance for loss of agent calculated in a matrix, marked by professional type on row, and individual agent on column, with zero spaces denoting an inapplicable combination of training types per agent. Then, at the end of the row on the right side of the matrix, the sum of facility training insurance is calculated for projection of total investment from each facility with a professional skillset, and at bottom of matrix, the sum of total investment from each individual agent is calculated, with the implications via radicals being the loss from insurance policies paid in event of loss to human life.
Facility Budget: The total of facility implication in event of loss of life, is calculated in a Sigma Proof as Function X, as the total share of facility training, for a budget cut, and the total of agent implication in event of loss of complete life, is calculated in a Sigma Proof as Function Z, as the total share of the team in event of team loss, and then, the budgeted team is placed below the facility budget in calculation, then multiplied as by Alpha, Function Y, to mark the proof for later review as the complete survival, with a Queen factor, Function R, for complete failure and cleaning of database for a cipher burn of all material relevant to a ‘masquerade’, a liquidation of project assets of accounting and sealed statements regarding dismissal of facilities staff due to incompetence, new hires in planning, and a complete board review in Company databanks. Solving Alpha, indicates that the success has increased budget, solving Queen, indicates that the invested expenditures have been reduced to, of course, Nil, this equation is an Operand, a single mission, an illegal act in recording.
Insurance Calculation: Post-mission, three Sigma tables are created, for three seperate sets of Calculate proofs, the X set, the Y set, and the Z set, with a single pair as potential cascade sets, the Y and the R, to be calculated as either correct, mutual contradictions, or an Imaginary Number, a single mutual contradiction that is however the solution, leading to an Alpha solution or a Queen solution being calculated. Sigma-X, has the entire sum calculated as a set of each tabled facility insurance calculation (rows), on the matrix, calculated together in addition, for the first proof, then each post-mission potential deduction per tagged X variable placed as deductions in subtraction per second function paired proof, and finally, the solution for each them in a third set, then a Solve, the proper solution to Sigma-X as the intended contradiction, the Field Requisite. If the solution for the first Sigma-X, does not contradict the Field Set, you have a potential Alpha. If the entire Sigma-X proof agrees with the Field Requisite, you have a Queen pair potential. This is will be budgeted in the Y solution, in the center of the cross field. Then, Sigma-Y is calculated the same, with the same set of stipulations given, however with columns, as the sum calculations from the matrix. X, of course, is still for facility insurance completion calculation, and Z, of course, is still for agent loss completion calculation. Sigma-Y, is then calculated, through the two Field Requisites, and performing long division, with the remainder calculated as the Bracket, the Risk Potential of a future mission, in terms of annotated statement of authorization left to budget. The Risk Potential, is the benefit to hiring party, of a third party broker, the principle of leverage in a diplomatic conversation, for allied down payment in a duplication of the operation in a matching Resource Investment set, and only Resource Investment. If there are two Alphas, then it is an Aleph, a complete success, 1, and if there are two Queens, it is a Zed, 0. Aleph and Zed are imaginary numbers, leading to an expansion of operations from Mission Investment, complete sum factor including this calculation, for training legend, with an Aleph leading to a warfare school and full medals and honors, and a Zed leading to a document and file burn and political ouster of all volunteers, including diplomatic ensigns (aides for cover) and any elected officials removed via black (covert maneuver) operations. It is either an Hoax, or a Squid, in the case of an Imaginary.
Failure Consequence: In the event of a failure to complete objective, the total cost, including insurance increase, is given an exponent calculated per agent lost on total cost, for removal from facility training budget of sum investiture, share calculated per deployment of each professional training type employed from each facility.
This, ultimately, is Nimitz’s mission monetary formula, when employing force presence in the Pacific Theater, for deployment of assets.