Military Airlift: Observations on the Civil Reserve Air Fleet Program : Report to the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member, Subcommittee on Seapower, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate
U.S. General Accounting Office, 1996 - Aeronautics, Commercial - 6 pages
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Page 1 - Military Airlift: Changes Underway to Ensure Continued Success of Civil Reserve Air Fleet GAO/NSIAD-93-12, Dec.
Page 1 - Shield/Storm by providing 62 percent of the Air Force's passenger airlift capability and 27 percent of its cargo airlift capability.
Page 1 - Commercial carriers have committed only 19 of the 44 aircraft required for aeromedical evacuation.
Page 4 - ... other federal agencies, such as the Federal Emergency Management Agency or the...
Page 2 - CRAF is composed of civil air carriers that voluntarily commit cargo and passenger aircraft to support airlift requirements that exceed the capabilities of Air Force-owned aircraft.