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Title Annual Report 2004
Published Fort Belvoir, VA Defense Technical Information Center 2005


Description 73 pages
Summary For more than 50 years, decisionmakers in the public and private sectors have turned to the RAND Corporation for objective analysis and effective solutions that address the challenges facing the nation and the world. The mission of RAND Project AIR FORCE (PAF), a division of the RAND Corporation and the Air Force's federally funded research and development center for studies and analyses, is to conduct an integrated program of objective, independent analysis on issues of enduring concern to Air Force leaders. PAF addresses far-reaching and interrelated questions: What will be the role of air and space power in the future security environment? How should the force be modernized to meet changing operational demands? What should be the size and characteristics of the workforce? How can that workforce be most effectively recruited, trained, and retained? How should sustainment, acquisition, and infrastructure be streamlined to control costs?
Notes "January 2005."
Subject Counterterrorism.
Military personnel.
Military strategy.
Integrated systems.
Space systems.
Military doctrine.
Aerospace systems.
Resource management.
Military training.
Military Operations, Strategy and Tactics.
Form Electronic book
Author Rand Corporation. Santa Monica, CA