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Retaining F-22A Tooling: Options and Costs

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Retaining F-22A Tooling: Options and Costs February 21, 2011
John C. Graser, Kevin Brancato, Guy Weichenberg, Soumen Saha, Akilah Wallace
The last F-22A aircraft is scheduled for delivery in early 2012, so decisions must be made as to what tooling will be retained and what will be disposed of. The authors find that, for a modest, one-time additional cost of $17 million and a very small additional annual recurring cost, the Air Force can retain all F-22A unique government tools. They also find a difference of less than $1 billion between the costs of two different restart options.
at http://www.rand.org/pubs/technical_reports/TR831.html

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