Late in 2006, the Air Force enlisted RAND's help to respond to inquiries from Congress about the effects of a specific Air Force proposal to consolidate and divest a portion of Eglin Air Force Base's test and evaluation capabilities. The analysis found areas of financial merit in the proposal but also elements that may not be cost effective. The authors highlight areas of risk for Air Force consideration prior to implementation.Flight Test Consolidation Plan: REU Affected but Staying at Eglin Sub-Plan, Eglin AFB, Fla. ... Flight Test Consolidation Capability Transition Template, Part 1, Multiple Descriptions of REUa#39;s impacted for both AFFTC ... Global Positioning Systems Wing, Final Response_Impact to 46TW Divesture_Closure scanned_. pdf, undated. ... Greek, Chris, AFMC/A3F, Master Spreadsheet, email, January 29 , 2007.
|Title||:||Cost-benefit Analysis of the 2006 Air Force Materiel Command Test and Evaluation Proposal|
|Publisher||:||Rand Corporation - 2008|