The next likely chief of staff of the U.S. Air Force promised senators July 22 that he would review the service’s aircraft fleet requirements with an eye toward better mixing different platforms within – and between – aircraft types such as fighters, airlifters, tankers, unmanned systems and ISR aircraft. Gen. Norton Schwartz, tapped to leave Transportation Command (TRANSCOM) and become the top USAF general, told the Senate Armed Services Committee in response to numerous questions – ...

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