Analysis of options to sustain a Canadian Forces fighter capability: D2-513/2013E-PDF

task 2: Chief of Force Development mission needs analysis : final report /

"This report examines the overall mission needs that the CF188 replacement must be able to meet. The strategic planning methodology used is Capability Based Planning (CBP) which looks at the domestic and expeditionary mission needs of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) 5 to 30 years into the future to forecast the capabilities that will be needed against a range of possible threats"--Executive Summary, p. 1.

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Department/Agency Department of National Defence. Vice Chief of the Defence Staff. Royal Canadian Air Force.
Title Analysis of options to sustain a Canadian Forces fighter capability
Subtitle task 2: Chief of Force Development mission needs analysis : final report /
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Analyse des options en vue du maintien en puissance de la capacité des forces armées canadiennes en matière de chasseurs : tâche 2 : analyse des besoins des missions du chef - développement de la force : rapport final.
Date [2013]
Number of Pages 27 p. :
Catalogue Number
  • D2-513/2013E-PDF
Subject Terms Armed forces, Defence industry