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DoD Aviation Plan

DoD Aviation Plan

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Annual AviationInventory and Funding PlanFiscal Years (FY) 2013-2042
March 2012Preparation of this study/report cost theDepartment of Defense a total of approximately $1,047,752 in Fiscal Years2011 - 2012.
Table of Contents
Part I – Executive Summary
IntroductionSummary of the Annual Plan and Certification
Part II – 30-year (FY2013 – FY2042) Aviation Plan
Aviation Force Structure RequirementsAviation Investment ObjectivesAviation Plan
- Fighter / Attack Aircraft - Attack Helicopters- Airlift / Cargo / Utility Aircraft - Combat Search and Rescue Aircraft - Air Refueling Aircraft - Long Range Strike Aircraft - Anti-surface/submarine Warfare- Trainer Aircraft - ISR / Scout / C2 Aircraft - Special Operation Aircraft 
Budget CertificationSufficiency of Forces Assessment
Appendix I – Inactive Aircraft InventoryAppendix II – Sources of Cost/Funding Information
Annual Aviation Inventory and Funding PlanPart I – Executive Summary
Section 231a of title 10, United States Code, as amended by section 1069 of the NationalDefense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012, Public Law 112-81, requires the Secretary of Defense to submit an annual, long-term aviation plan for fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft, toinclude unmanned systems, for all Services and for combatant commanders that have aircraftassigned to them. This report responds to that requirement.Guided by the new strategic guidance,
Sustaining U.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21
 Century Defense, and by the January 2012 Defense Budget Priorities and Choices, this planrepresents the Department’s commitment to a balanced force: one that is able to meet the uniquedemands of current conflicts, while providing the flexibility to respond to a broad spectrum of future challenges.The FY 2013-2017 Future Years Defense Program (FYDP) and the long-term aviation forcestructure and funding plans presented in this document are shaped by the following primarymissions defined in the new strategic guidance:
Counter Terrorism and Irregular Warfare;
Deter and Defeat Aggression;
Project Power Despite Anti-Access/Area Denial Challenges;
Counter Weapons of Mass Destruction;
Operate Effectively in Cyberspace;
Operate Effectively in Space;
Maintain a Safe, Secure, and Effective Nuclear Deterrent;
Defend the Homeland and Provide Support to Civil Authorities;
Provide a Stabilizing Presence;
Conduct Stability and Counterinsurgency Operations; and
Conduct Humanitarian, Disaster Relief, and Other Operations;

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