Implications of Climate Change for Department of the Air Force Missions and Operations
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Research conducted within RAND Project AIR FORCE for the Department of the Air Force (DAF) and more broadly across RAND offers insights about climate change and its implications for military operations and other contexts. This compilation of multidisciplinary climate research can help answer a variety of questions that are relevant to DAF leaders and other stakeholders as they work to put DAF strategy into action.
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