The Society's Mission

MORS exists to enhance the quality of analysis to address real world National Security Interests through the advancement of the OR Profession.

The MORS tradition… a legacy that pays off for you today.

Pioneers in the field recognized the importance of pooling intellectual and other resources when they established the Military Operations Research Society in 1966. Today, the society thrives because individual analysts continue to value the critical relevancy and importance that the community brings to the individual and vice versa.
 
As a member of the community, you can produce optimal results, enhance your career and advance the profession when you contribute to and benefit from a lineup of important MORS activities.
 
Become involved today. Attend a meeting, publish and present your work, strive for a prize, take advantage of a trove of research material…become a member of your professional society, and further your career.
 

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Meet Our New Leadership

   

82nd MORS Symposium Highlights

Virtual Symposium
23-25 July 2014




   
 

 

Global Supply Chain Risk Assessment
A Joint MORS/SARMA Workshop
14 - 17 October 2014
DoD Mark Center
Alexandria, VA

   
 

Industry and Institution Showcase and Workshop
11 December 2014
Hyatt | Crystal City, VA

   
   

Education and Professional Development Colloquium
9-10 March 2015
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA 

   
   

83rd MORS Symposium
22-25 June 2015
DoD Mark Center
Alexandria, VA










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March Phalanx Article


The Key to Shaping DoD’s Future

By Arthur H. Barber III
Deputy Director, Assessment Division (N81)


ALL NEW
MORS Reading and Resource List
A compilation of classics of OR,
recommended “must reads”,
and enjoyable OR foundation
books.

ISMOR 2014
31 ISMOR Joins with
The Cornwallis Group
at the Royal Holloway campus,
University of London, UK,
29 July-1 August 2014 
Information available
at
evisco4@cfl.rr.com 


 

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