Achieving Global Presence for Expeditionary Aerospace Forces

Paul Killingsworth, Lionel A. Galway, Eiichi Kamiya, Brian Nichiporuk, Robert S. Tripp, James C. Wendt

ResearchPublished 2000

The Air Force has made substantial progress in defining the command and control arrangements and organizational structures of the Expeditionary Aerospace Force. This report focuses on another requirement—the need for a strategy to deploy and employ forces in the face of considerable uncertainty regarding overseas operating locations.

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  • Year: 2000
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  • Paperback ISBN/EAN: 978-0-8330-2777-1
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.7249/MR1113
  • Document Number: MR-1113-AF


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Killingsworth, Paul, Lionel A. Galway, Eiichi Kamiya, Brian Nichiporuk, Robert S. Tripp, and James C. Wendt, Flexbasing: Achieving Global Presence for Expeditionary Aerospace Forces. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2000. https://www.rand.org/pubs/monograph_reports/MR1113.html. Also available in print form.

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