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721-312 Unaccompanied Enlisted

240 PN 3,950 Aug 81 Apr 82 Personnel Housing 811-147 Emergency Back-up Power 2,500 KW 1,895 Sep 81 May 82 Subtotal-Major Construction

5,845 Minor Construction

(Specified) Total

5,845 9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84): 211-193 Sound Suppressor Support

LS 1,100 Facilities 530-411 Occupational Health clinic

LS 3,200 740-674 Add to and Alter Gym

17,000 SF 1,059 812-223 Electrical Distribution

LS

1,759
System
Total

7,118
(b) Typical Planned Next Three Years:
821-116 Central Coal-Fired Steam Plant

72,905 10. Mission or Major Functions: Includes an Air Logistics Center responsible for logistics management, support and depot level maintenance for the 7-4 and P-16 aircraft, and ICBMS. Technology Repair Center for aircraft weapons systems, air munitions, ICBM components, aircraft landing gears and navigational instrumentation. Other active mission support activities include a tactical fighter wing with four squadrons operating F-16 aircraft an Air Force Reserve tactical fighter group operating F-105 aircraft; a Military Airlift Command rescue and recovery squadron and detachment with UH-IN aircraft; and an Air Force Systems Command Test Group operating var ious models of C-130, H-53 and H-3 aircraft.

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PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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A.

ESTIMATED COST OF BACKLOG OF MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR (BMAR):

1,325

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COMPONENT

2. DATE FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. PROJECT TITLE

UNACCOMPANIED ENLISTED HILL AIR FORCE BASE, UTAH

PERSONNEL HOUSING 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7 PROJECT NUMBER 8 PROJECT COST (S000)

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10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete frame building, concrete floors and roof, concrete foundation, masonry walls, solar heated domestic hot water, air conditioning, fire protection systems, utilities and necessary support. Includes bedrooms, baths, closets, lounges, centralized storage, laundry, and support space. Grade Mix: 240 E1-E4

Air Conditioning - 85 Tons 11.

ON BASE REQUIREMENT: 1860 PN ADEQUATE: 1003 PN SUBSTANDARD: 218 PN PROJECT: Construction of a new unaccompanied enlisted housing facility. REQUIREMENT: A major Air Force objective is to provide unaccompanied enlisted personnel with housing that will be conducive to their proper rest, relaxation and personal well being. Properly designed and furnished quarters which provide some degree of individual privacy are essential to the successful accomplishment of the increasingly complicated and important jobs these personnel must perform. The lack of such quarters is an irritant to these personnel and a known contributor to low re-enlistment rates. The Air Force should remove this irritant to maintain an effective force of experienced airmen. CURRENT SITUATION: There are currently not enough facilities available to accommodate the on base requirement. This project is phase one of a five phase program which will eventually provide upgraded quarters to meet the full programming need for the base. When this project is completed, 67% of that goal will be reached. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Adequate living quarters for unaccompanied enlisted personnel, grades E-1 through E-4, will continue to be unavailable resulting in degradation of morale, productivity, and career satisfaction.

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B.

NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT
THE FUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED FACILITY,

(PEOPLE)

C.

ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE
PROPOSED FACILITY....

IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT

NA
($000)

D.

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ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE
EXISTING FACILITY IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT.

NA

($000)

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100 Apr 82

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F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS:

Fiscal Year
Equipment

Procuring

Appropriated
Nomenclature
Appropriation

Or Requested

Cost ($000)

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2. DATE

1. COMPONENT

FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. PROJECT TITLE

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete footings, special concrete generator foundations and a concrete floor. Masonry walls and metal roof with built-up roofing. Includes ventilation and space heating, a bridge crane, 2500KW of class B generators, control room and battery room. Electrical modifications to the low voltage system and an extension to the 15KV feeder in order to provide an effective and functional standby power plant. 11. REQUIREMENT: 2500 KW ADEQUATE: 0 KW SUBSTANDARD: Ο ΚΗ PROJECT: Provides emergency/standby power to critical depot facilities. REQUIREMENT: A power failure would seriously disrupt the identification,

locating, processing, and shipment of parts and supplies to support the Air Force mission. Very little work can be accomplished manually. Storage bins in the mechanized storage module are 38 feet tall and are accessed by computer programmed lifts. CURRENT SITUATION: Five facilities currently designated as critical to depot operations do not have emergency backup power. The vulnerability of these buildings was displayed during an 8 January 1981 power outage at Hill AFB. During the power outage alarms in weapons and classified storage areas were inoperative, computer systems were down and experienced up to a 29 hour delay before start up could be accomplished. The automated storage module was down and had the power outage lasted more than 10 hours the electric forklifts would also have been affected. Facilities to be provided emergency power are the Depot Operations Logistical Facility which houses seven computers in direct support of material retrieval and shipping and one in support of communications, two Depot Warehouses, major automated storage facilities for essential spare parts and supplies; Logistical Materials Processing Facility, a mechanized warehousing System DD DEC 1391

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PAEVIOUS EDITIONS MAY BE USED INTEANALLY

UNTIL EXHAUSTED

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