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

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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 2 - CRAF program is that it provides up to half of the nation's strategic airlift capability without the government having to purchase additional aircraft, pay personnel costs, or fly and maintain the aircraft during peacetime. According to a recent...
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.
Page 1 - Carriers have committed 114 of the 120 wide-body equivalent aircraft required for cargo airlift...

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