C-17 Globemaster III
- FY2003 Report for the Office of the Director, Operational Test & Evaluation [19 MB PDF]
- DOT&E FY01 Annual Report
- Military Airlift: Options Exist for Meeting Requirements While Acquiring Fewer C-17s (Chapter Report, 02/19/97, GAO/NSIAD-97-38)
- C-17 Globemaster: Support of Operation Joint Endeavor (Letter Report, 02/14/97, GAO/NSIAD-97-50)
- C-17 Aircraft: RM&A Evaluation Less Demanding Than Initially Planned (Letter Report, 07/26/96, GAO/NSIAD-96-126)
- C-17 Aircraft: Cost of Spare Parts Higher Than Justified (Letter Report, 04/17/96, GAO/NSIAD-96-48)
- C-17 Aircraft: Comments on Air Force Request for Approval of Multiyear Procurement Authority (Testimony, 03/28/96, GAO/T-NSIAD-96-137).
- C-17 Aircraft: Cost and Performance Issues, NSIAD-95-26
- Military Airlift: Comparison of C-5 and C-17 Airfield Availability, Letter Report, 07/11/94, GAO/NSIAD-94-225
- Military Airlift: The C-17 Proposed Settlement and Program Update, (Testimony, 04/28/94, GAO/T-NSIAD-94-172)
- Military Airlift: The C-17 Program Update and Proposed Settlement, (Testimony, 04/19/94, GAO/T-NSIAD-94-166)
- Military Airlift: C-17 Settlement Is Not a Good Deal, (Letter Report, 04/15/94, GAO/NSIAD-94-141)
- Military Airlift: The C-17 Program Status and Proposed Settlement, (Testimony, 02/10/94, GAO/T-NSIAD-94-115)
- Strategic Public Affairs Plan for the Air Force's C-17 Globemaster III 1994
- The USAF C-17 Fleet: A Strategic Airlift Shortfall? Bret G. Rider (Faculty Advisor); Randall L. Long Air Command and Staff College 1997 -- The 49.7 MTM/D baseline strategic requirement established by MRS/BURU is approximately 10 MTM/D below actual demand in contingency scenarios. This 20% discrepancy lays the foundation for tailoring a C-17 force to meet an artificially depressed requirement.
- C-17 naming ceremony honors veterans November 13, 1998 (AFPN) - Air Mobility Command dedicated a C-17 Globemaster III, "The Spirit of America's Veterans."
- Total Force, the only way to fight 15 Apr 1999 Air Mobility Command Public Affairs Leadership from the Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, Air Mobility Command and the United States Air Force gathered at the 375th Airlift Wing refueling pad April 13 to dedicate the "Spirit of the Total Force," a C-17 Globemaster III, to the fleet of Air Force airlifters.
- Air Force begins installation of new C-17 composite tails 12 Apr 1999 Aeronautical System Center Public Affairs -- Program managers and researchers from the Aeronautical Systems Center here, along with industry partners, have developed a new, lighter horizontal stabilizer for the C-17.
- Air Force, industry team up for quick retrofit of C-17 landing gear (AFPN) 16 December 1999 -- The Air Force, Boeing, and two Ohio companies have teamed up to dramatically reduce the time needed to retrofit landing gear on some C-17 Globemaster IIIs.
- C-17s deliver a brigade in 30 minutes or less (AFPN) 22 Feb 2000 -- Air Mobility Command C-17s will soon be able to airdrop a brigade of troops and equipment within 30 minutes, meeting the Army's goal for how long the airdrop should take. The requirement, called Strategic Brigade Airdrop, is currently met by a mix of AMC's C-141 and C-17 fleets, but will be accomplished solely by the C-17 fleet when the C-141 is retired.
- C-17 makes first polar airdrop AFPN 13 Apr 2005
- New C-17 Globemaster III honors President Reagan AFPN 13 Jan 2006
- U.S. Suggests NATO Allies Could Pool Money To Buy C-17 Aircraft Washington File 26 Jul 2006
- Boeing Announces C-17 Line May End in mid-2009; Stops Procurement of Long-lead Parts Boeing 02 Mar 2007
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