Expeditionary airpower -- part 2

Tripp, Robert S.; Galway, Lionel A.; Ramey, Timothy L.; Killingsworth, Paul S.; Drew, John G.; Fair, C. Chris
October 1999
Air Force Journal of Logistics;Fall99, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p1
Academic Journal
Part II. Discusses strategic planning in global combat sustainability through the Expeditionary Aerospace Force (EAF). Division of the United States Air Force into several Air Expeditionary Forces (EAF) units; High response capabilities of AEF units anywhere in the world; Readiness maintained combat support systems.


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