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Barry Blechman quoted in the Arizona Daily Star on the future of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base

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Congress continues to stand in the way of the Air Force’s plan to retire the A-10 – the main flying mission based at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. But at the same time, the Air Force has begun training on the plane’s intended replacement, the F-35. Tucson, so far, has been passed over as a base for the new fighter jet.


Barry Blechman, who conducted a study for the city’s lobbying firm, reasoned that D-M’s location and assets would make it a good choice as one of a few centralized bases for command and control, support and logistics of global force projection.

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