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Information on the requirement for strategic airlift, Department of Defense
United States. General Accounting Office
|Statement||by the Comptroller General of the United States.|
|LC Classifications||UC333 .U54 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||76372458|
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Get this from a library. Information on the requirement for strategic airlift, Department of Defense: report to the Congress. [United States. General Accounting Office.]. The DOD strategic airlift capacity requirement, outlined in MRS, is million-ton miles per day (MTM/D) to achieve warfighting objectives with an acceptable level of risk.
Department of Defense Military Construction Program The Fiscal Year (FY) funding requirement for NSIP takes into account agreements follow-on reinforcement and multi-modal strategic airlift and airbase capabilities for use by U.S.
and allied reinforcement forces. A unique and significant part of the nation's air mobility resources is the Civil Reserve Air Fleet, or CRAF. Selected aircraft from U.S. airlines, contractually committed to CRAF, augment Department of Defense airlift requirements in emergencies when the need for airlift exceeds the capability of military aircraft.
The Department of Defense (DoD) continues pursuing several lines of effort to accomplish the purposes of both the Assurance and Deterrence initiatives, Continues to support the Combatant Commander’s requirement for an Armored Brigade Combat Team (ABCT) presence with associated strategic airlift.
Operating in conjunction with our NATO File Size: KB. Download Citation | Defense Acquisitions: Timely and Accurate Estimates of Costs and Requirements Are Needed to Define Optimal Future Strategic Airlift Mix | The Department of Defense's (DoD) C acquisition decisions within the Department of Defense (DoD).
It specifically discusses decisions made in regarding the C strategic airlifter program. It also includes Major Airlift Review reduced C requirement from to Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), “Executive Summary,” Mobility Requirements Study (MRS) (Washington, DC: OSD, December ), 4.
“GAO: Military 30% Short of Airlift Requirement for War,” Defense Week, Decem1; “Ryan: ‘We Will Never Have Enough Lift’ for Two Regional Wars,” Aerospace Daily, June The myth of strategic and tactical airlift Article (PDF Available) in Air and Space Power Journal 31(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Defense Transportation Regulation – Part III 19 March Mobility III-B-1 APPENDIX B UNIT AIRLIFT AFFILIATION, LOAD PLANNER CERTIFICATION A. AIR MOBILITY COMMAND (AMC) AFFILIATED CONTINGENCY LOAD PLANNING PROGRAM (Program reference: Air Force Instruction [AFI] CONTIGENCY RESPONSE FORCES.) 1.
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Tactical Air Command (TAC) is an inactive United States Air Force organization. It was a Major Command of the United States Air Force, established on 21 March and headquartered at Langley Air Force Base, was inactivated on 1 June and its personnel and equipment absorbed by Air Combat Command (ACC).
Tactical Air Command was established to provide a balance between Garrison/HQ: Langley Air Force Base. The Strategic Defence Review identified a requirement for a strategic airlifter. The Short-Term Strategic Airlift (STSA) competition commenced in September of that year, however tendering was canceled in August with some bids identified by ministers as too expensive, including the Boeing/BAe C bid, and others cturer: McDonnell Douglas / Boeing.
Views The Myth of Strategic and Tactical Airlift Capt Jacob D. Maywald, USAF Col Adam D. Reiman, USAF Dr. Alan W. Johnson, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF, Retired Lt Col Robert E. Overstreet, USAF Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed or implied in the Journal are those of the authors and should not be construed as carrying the official sanction of the Department of Defense, Air Force, Air.
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Department of Defense and military officials testified before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Seapower in Washington, D.C., J Testimony included the budget request to lower the strategic airlift floor to aircraft at a cost savings of more than $ billion in taxpayer dollars across the Future Years Defense Plan.
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Strategic Effect Terms. Departments and agencies normally define mission task terms (n - deterrence, stabilization, etc.) instead of strategic effect terms (v) to avoid confusion within and between mission areas and levels of engagement. For strategic effect terms, File Size: 1MB. (17) Sensitive to its other airlift support obligations, the Air Force in eased the takeoff- obstacle-clearance distance requirement to 1, feet to gain some trade space to increase the notional aircraft's mission radius to 1, nm and thereby improve its ability "to satisfy a wide variety of airlift mission requirements.".
Throughout the history of the mobility air forces, planners tried various initiatives to centralize control of both airlift types. Ultimately, though, the doctrinal tenet of centralized control and decentralized execution resulted in an airlift system in which tactical assets and operations are parceled out or chopped to regional commanders, while strategic assets remain under the control of AMC.
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Most of the information in this section is based on presentations to the committee by Andrew Marshall, director, Office of Net Assessment for the Secretary of Defense: Marshall, A., “Overview of DoD Vision and System Needs,” paper presented to the Committee on Materials Research for Defense After Next, National Research Council, Washington, DC, Febru ; Marshall, A.