Air Force seeking aerial refueling gap analysis to inform broader COMAR study

By Courtney Albon / October 13, 2021 at 10:43 AM
The Air Force plans to commission a study to determine whether there is a gap in peacetime aerial refueling capacity that will set the foundation for a broader look at options for bridging such a shortfall. In a request for information released Tuesday, the Air Force said the work will inform a forthcoming Commercial Aerial Refueling study and business case analysis meant to shape a future decision on the service’s use of commercial tankers. “The study will explore a range...

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