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Figure 1: ALCs New Orders, Revenue, and Carryover on Orders
Received from External Customers for Fiscal Years 2006
through 2010 13
Figure 2: Air Force's 18- and 6-Month Forecast and Actual
Workload Requirements on the Number of Hours of Work
to be performed for Fiscal Years 2007 through 2010 15
Figure 3: AFMC Monthly Civilian Workforce Totals for Fiscal Years
2006 through 2010 17
GAO-11-539 Air Force Working Capital Fund
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