Presents the slides and text of an informal briefing given at HQ AFSC in June 1979. Outlines the current status of RAND project, "Air Force Acquisition Options for the 1980s," puts this project in the context of previous RAND work, and describes study plans. Emphasis is on how to acquire weapon systems, not what systems to acquire.
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