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Afghan Special Mission Wing: DOD Moving Forward with $771.8 Million Purchase of Aircraft That the Afghans Cannot Operate and Maintain
John F. Sopko (ed)
The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) developed a ńˇýconcept of operationsńˇŁ to address a need for air support for Afghan Special Forces that execute counternarcotics and counterterrorism missions in Afghanistan. In July 2012, the Afghan Special Mission Wing (SMW) was established to meet that need. The SMW has an existing fleet of 30 aging aircraft, 10 of which are on loan from the Afghan Air Force; DODńˇ╗s concept calls for 48 new aircraft costing a total of $771.8 million. This report identifies (1) the extent to which the SMW has the capacity to operate and maintain its current and planned fleet; and (2) the effectiveness of U.S. government oversight of two task orders valued at $772 million to provide ongoing maintenance, logistics, and supply support to the SMW. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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