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Defense Acquisitions: Strategic Airlift Gap Has Been Addressed, but Tactical Airlift Plan are Evolving as Key Issues Have Not Been Resolved
Defense Acquisitions: Strategic Airlift Gap Has Be

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By Michael Sullivan (au)
Year: 2009
Pages: 54
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437925316

The Dept. of Defense (DoD) used nearly 700 aircraft, as well as commercial and leased aircraft, to carry about three million troops and 800,000 tons of cargo in support of wartime, peacetime, and humanitarian efforts in 2008. C-5s and C-17s move troops and cargo internationally (strategic airlift) and C-130s are the primary aircraft that moves them within a theater of operation (tactical airlift). Over the next four years, DoD plans to spend about $12 billion to modernize and procure airlifters and is currently studying how many it needs. This report: (1) identifies the status of DoDís modernization and acquisition efforts; and (2) determines how well DoD is addressing any capability gaps and redundancies. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.

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