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Military Airlift: Options Exist for Meeting Requirements While Acquiring Fewer C-17s
Thomas J. Denomme, Penny D. Stephenson, & Michele Mackin. The C-17 aircraft, an air refuelable, four-engine jet transport, is being manufactured by the McDonnell Douglas Corp. The C-17 is to replace the C-141 transport in the current fleet. Reviews the basis for the November 1995 recommendation by the Defense Acquisition Board that a fleet of 120 C-17s be acquired to meet airlift needs, with no purchase of commercially available transport aircraft. Specifically, the report addresses the basis for the November recommendation, explores whether less costly options exist to meet airlift needs, & identifies an issue concerning the use of the C-17 to support a strategic brigade airdrop. Tables.
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