USAF Plans Spending For Logistics, Remote Operations Under Attack

U.S. Air Force personnel prepare to offload fuel from a C-130J in July 2021 at Tinian International Airport, Tinian, during an exercise focused on operating from a small, remote location.
Credit: U.S. Air Force
SALT LAKE CITY—The U.S. Air Force needs to update its operating locations around the globe to be able to surge and operate combat aircraft under duress. So the service is starting an in-depth review of how this will happen, and it might not be easy. Or cheap. Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall has...
Brian Everstine

Brian Everstine is the Pentagon Editor for Aviation Week, based in Washington, D.C. Before joining Aviation Week in August 2021, he covered the Pentagon for Air Force Magazine. Brian began covering defense aviation in 2011 as a reporter for Military Times.

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