Cover: Supporting Expeditionary Aerospace Forces

Supporting Expeditionary Aerospace Forces

A Concept for Evolving the Agile Combat Support/Mobility System of the Future

Published 2000

by Robert S. Tripp, Lionel A. Galway, Timothy Ramey, Mahyar A. Amouzegar, Eric Peltz

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The Air Force has begun to reorganize into an Expeditionary Aerospace Force (EAF). This report summarizes RAND work to date on designing and evaluating the future agile combat system and mobility system needed to meet EAF operational objectives.

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