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  • Throughout the 1990s and into this century, the United States Air Force (USAF) has found it necessary to retain its aircraft fleets for unprecedentedly long service lives. Current plans forecast keeping portions of some existing fleets for as long as 80 years of service. The safety, aircraft availability, and cost implications of that fleetretention policy are unknown. Project AIR FORCE’s Aging Aircraft Project is conducting

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  • Often treated by Americans as an exceptional form of warfare, insurgency is anything but. Spanning the globe, centuries, and societies, insurgency is quite common. Given the threat insurgency presents to U.S. interests and allies around the world, the importance of counterinsurgency is no surprise. However, history has shown

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  • Khoa học và nghệ thuật lãnh đạo công ty (Phần 31) Năng lực lãnh đạo và Mô hình OODA OODA là tập hợp viết tắt của các khái niệm Quan sát (Observe), Định hướng (Orient), Quyết định (Decide) và Hành động (Act). Mô hình OODA dạng “bánh xe” được tướng John Boyd thuộc Không lực Hoa Kỳ (USAF) xây dựng và phát triển.

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  • Aerospace power has become the archetypal expression of the U.S. ability to project force in the modern world. Throughout the world, U.S. aerospace power—and thus, the U.S. Air Force (USAF)—plays a critical, and often primary, role in securing U.S. interests, in promoting American values, and in protecting human rights. While the USAF has had significant success in employing aerospace power in the recent past, emerging trends in international relations, in technology, and in our own domestic society will create a wide variety of new challenges and new opportunities for U.S....

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  • Project AIR FORCE (PAF), a division of RAND, is the Air Force federally funded research and development center (FFRDC) for studies and analyses. It provides the Air Force with independent analyses of policy alternatives affecting the development, employment, combat readiness, and support of current and future aerospace forces. Research is performed in four programs: Aerospace Force Development; Manpower, Personnel, and Training; Resource Management; and Stra

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  • This monograph presents findings of a RAND Project AIR FORCE research project documenting lessons learned by the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and other Department of Defense (DoD) cost analysis and acquisition community members from the implementation of evolutionary acquisition (EA) strategies for major Air Force

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  • This is for Susan Moldow and Nan Graham First, the News From the East Oregonian, June 25, 1947 FIRE CONTROL OFFICER SPOTS 'FLYING SAUCERS' Kenneth Arnold Reports 9 Disc-Shaped Objects 'Shiny, Silvery, Moved Incredibly Fast' From the Roswell Daily Record, July 8th, 1947 AIR FORCE CAPTURES 'FLYING SAUCER' ON RANCH IN ROSWELL REGION Intelligence Officers Recover Crashed Disc From the Roswell Daily Record, July 9th, 1947 AIR FORCE DECLARES 'SAUCER' WEATHER BALLOON From the Chicago Daily Tribune, August 1st, 1947 USAF SAYS 'CANNOT EXPLAIN' ARNOLD SIGHTING 850 Additional Sightings Since Original ...

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  • The U.S. Air Force (USAF) needs accurate models to develop retention policies that ensure the force has a sufficient number of experienced officers to meet current and future requirements. The dynamic retention model (DRM) can be used to take into account the effect of the availability of multi-year contracts to certain classes of

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