Military Airlift 2010

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Demand for Military Airlifters is expected to remain at high levels. Although C-17 production for the USAF is scheduled to end in 2011, the U.S. military is expected to continue to be a major purchaser of military transport aircraft, and many other industrialized nations are increasing their airlift capability to support ongoing operations overseas. A total of 900 military transport aircraft, worth nearly $60 billion, are forecast to be delivered in the next 10 years.