• New USAF Infrastructure Strategy Moves Away from ‘Worst First’

    New USAF Infrastructure Strategy Moves Away from ‘Worst First’0

    A new Air Force infrastructure strategy aims to address the service’s $33 billion maintenance backlog, according to Jon Henderson, the service’s assistant secretary for installations, environment and energy. “You can’t milcon your way out of this,” he told On Base and other news outlets Friday. The “Infrastructure Investment Strategy” — also referred to as “I2S”

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  • Funding Bonanza to Benefit Failing Military Infrastructure

    Funding Bonanza to Benefit Failing Military Infrastructure0

    Based on funding levels in the fiscal 2018 defense authorization bill, a full-year FY 2018 spending bill would allocate $23.4 billion to restore military infrastructure, including barracks, hangars, roads, runways and hospitals, according to a House Armed Services Committee press release. The backlog of deferred maintenance on facilities has increased from $2 billion in 1978

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