A Cost Analysis of the U.S. Air Force Overseas Posture
This report seeks to inform the debate over the extent of U.S. military presence overseas by providing a rigorous estimate of the costs associated with maintaining U.S. Air Force installations and units overseas rather than in the United States.
Subjects: History, Business
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