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This report addresses support of emerging Air Force employment strategies associated with Expeditionary Aerospace Forces (EAFs).

Table of Contents

  • Preface PDF

  • Figures PDF

  • Tables PDF

  • Summary PDF

  • Acknowledgements

    Acknowledgments PDF

  • Acronyms PDF

  • Chapter One

    The New Security Environment and the USAF PDF

  • Chapter Two

    General Analytic Framework PDF

  • Chapter Three

    Support Infrastructure Components: FOLs and FSLs PDF

  • Chapter Four

    Expeditionary Deployment Performance: Prototype Analysis PDF

  • Chapter Five

    Analyzing Options for Expeditionary ACS PDF

  • Appendix

    Model Output for Prototype Cases PDF

  • Bibliography PDF

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