A Study of the Alternative Methods of Meeting the Military Requirements for Strategic Airlift in the 1970's
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The requirement for a viable strategic airlift capability will become increasingly more important for defense planners in the 1970s and 1980s. The strategy to reduce overseas garrisons and prepositioning of supplies will place a greater burden on strategic airlift to support the Nixon Doctrine of having the capability to engage in one and one-half wars. To compound the problem, the commercial carriers have been very reluctant to purchase the large cargo jets to supplement the Military Airlift Command. Through their research the authors explore possible alternatives for strategic airlift in the ensuing decade.
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
- Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics