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U.S. Combat Air Power: Reassessing Plans to Modernize Interdiction Capabilities Could Save Billions
William C. Meredith, Richard G. Payne & George O. Morse. DoD plans to spend more than $200 billion on interdiction weapons over the next 15 to 20 years to add to their extensive capabilities to interdict an enemy. Modernizing U.S. forces is vital to preserving DoD’s combat edge, but it also challenges DoD to make investments only “where there is clearly a substantial payoff.”This report evaluates the military’s current & future aggregate interdiction assets for striking enemy targets, & the effect of the planned modernization programs on total interdiction capabilities & alternatives to those programs.
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