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Air Force Announces Fiscal 2010 Force Structure Realignments

Air Force Announces Fiscal 2010 Force Structure Realignments

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Today the U.S. Air Force announced its proposed force structure realignment for fiscal 2010. It reflects adjustments which will provide adequate resources to accomplish the Air Force mission.

"The force structure announcement reflects our best effort to meet the expanding Air Force mission areas and growing joint demands," said Gen. Norton Schwartz, Air Force chief of staff.

It includes a summary of military and civilian personnel changes and reassignment of aircraft at Air Force bases for the upcoming fiscal year. It does not include programmatic actions in fiscal 2011 and beyond.

"We've made some hard choices," Schwartz said. "However, we believe this is the best overall design to meet America's national security needs and support to the joint fight."

The announcement specifies the force structure changes experienced by the Total Force-Air Force active duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve. Implementation of these actions will occur only after completion of appropriate environmental analyses.
Today the U.S. Air Force announced its proposed force structure realignment for fiscal 2010. It reflects adjustments which will provide adequate resources to accomplish the Air Force mission.

"The force structure announcement reflects our best effort to meet the expanding Air Force mission areas and growing joint demands," said Gen. Norton Schwartz, Air Force chief of staff.

It includes a summary of military and civilian personnel changes and reassignment of aircraft at Air Force bases for the upcoming fiscal year. It does not include programmatic actions in fiscal 2011 and beyond.

"We've made some hard choices," Schwartz said. "However, we believe this is the best overall design to meet America's national security needs and support to the joint fight."

The announcement specifies the force structure changes experienced by the Total Force-Air Force active duty, Air National Guard, and Air Force Reserve. Implementation of these actions will occur only after completion of appropriate environmental analyses.

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I n t e g r i t y -S e r v i c e -E x c e l l e n c e
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FY10 Force StructureAnnouncement
I n t e g r i t y -S e r v i c e -E x c e l l e n c e
 
Headquarters U.S. Air Force
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I n t e g r i t y -S e r v i c e -E x c e l l e n c e
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Content 
Purpose
Air Force Core Functions and Examples
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Nuclear Deterrence Operations
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Air Superiority
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Space Superiority
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Cyberspace Superiority
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Global Precision Attack
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Rapid Global Mobility
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Special Operations
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Global Integrated ISR
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Command and Control
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Personnel Recovery
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Building Partnerships
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Agile Combat Support
Shaping the Force
 
Caveats
State-by-State Data
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I n t e g r i t y -S e r v i c e -E x c e l l e n c e
Legend:AD Air Force BaseReserve BaseGuard BaseOther 
 
This Force Structure Announcement (FSA) addresses Air ForceFiscal Year 2010 (FY10) force structure, realignment, and
management actions supported by the FY10 President’s Budget
(PB). This document provides a summary of the civilian and militarypersonnel changes and reassignment of aircraft at Air Force basesfor the upcoming fiscal year 
The FSA reflects decisions to provide unsurpassed Global Vigilance,
Global Reach and Global Power…to
fly, fight and win
in air, space andcyberspace
 –
today and in the future given available resources
The Air Force has worked to achieve the proper balance across our personnel, infrastructure, readiness, and investment portfolios while fullycommitted to supporting overseas contingency operations
These
force structure changes enhance the Air Force’s ability to create,
protect, and sustain all air and space forces across the full range of military operations; the FSA directly supports new and emergingmissions for the Air Force
Purpose
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