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Unlike the previous example of a C-130 landing at a local civilian airport, NSAv aircraft attract hardly a glance when they fly.
NSAv aircraft would have more utility in remote areas in which small teams work in isolation, away from large airfields, and in rough terrain.
NSAv aircraft meet the intent of the national military strategy and the operational demand for PR in austere locations.
Infusion of NSAv aircraft into the rescue fleet could improve the overutilized and underresourced status of its helicopter assets.
Any infusion of NSAv aircraft into Air Force rescue should not overlook the CAP's level of experience.
A tactically advantageous and more fiscally responsible approach could mean the addition of rescue NSAv aircraft without the overhead and infrastructure that accompany new squadrons and significant additional support.
Furthermore, defense support to civil authority and maritime missions could profit from the introduction of NSAv seaplane-type aircraft.
Data Sources Variable Data Source Real GDP per capita World Development Indicators, World Bank growth rate (GDPGR) Capital stock (CAP) World Development Indicators, World Bank Labour force (LF) World Development Indicators, World Bank Saving as % of GDP (NSAV) World Development Indicators, World Bank Inflation (INF) World Development Indicators, World Bank Foreign direct investment World Development Indicators, World Bank (FDI) Portfolio investment (PI) World Development Indicators, World Bank Foreign debt (DEBT) World Development Indicators, World Bank Central Bank Assets to Beck et al.
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