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COMPONENT

FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
USAPR
INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

1 JAN 82

BARKSDALE AIR FORCE BASE, LOUISIANA 4 PROJECT TITLE

5. PROACT NUMBER

CONVERT TO FUEL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE FACILITY

SUPPLEMENTAL DATA

A. ESTIMATED ANNUAL COST TO OPERATE THE PROPOSED FACILITY...

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B. NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT

THE FUNCTION OF THE PROPOSED FACILITY....

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C. ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE

PROPOSED FACILITY.....

933 75000T

D. ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THE

EXISTING FACILITY IF NEW FACILITY IS A REPLACEMENT.

750007

E. DESIGN DATA (Estimated)

1. STATUS

a.
b.

Date Design Started.....
Percent Complete as of January 1, 1982.
Percent Complete as of October 1, 1982.
Date Design Complete...

AUG 81

35

100 MAY 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

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COMPONENT

2. DATE
FY 19 83 GUARD AND RESERVE
USAFR
MILITARY CONSTRUCTION

JAN 82 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. AREA CONSTR

COST INDEX NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

1.00 5. FREQUENCY AND TYPE UTILIZATION Facility is used daily. Unit training assemblies are held one weekend per month. Occasional additional reservists are trained on appropriate duty or man-day status. Annual training 18 15 days per year.

6. OTHER ACTIVE/GUARD/RESERVE INSTALLATIONS WITHIN 15 MILE RADIUS
Naval Support Activity - 15 miles
Coast Guard Base - Mi8818sippi River 13 miles

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3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR STATION, NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA

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DEC » 1390s

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DD Form 1390 Supplemental Data
FY 1983 Military Construction Program

AIR FORCE COMPONENT

NEW ORLEANS NAVAL AIR STATION, LOUIS LANA

INSTALLATION/LOCATION

NAVY
COMMAND

(5000)

A. Estimated cost of Backlog of Real Property Maintenance
(BMAR) (as of September 30, 1981)

Permanent Facilities
Temporary Facilities

B. Similar Unused Space:

Real Property Categories

Quantity/Unit of

Measure

C. Outstanding Pollution and Safety (OSHA) Deficiencies:

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FLIGHT SIMULATOR

SF 5,550

160.72 892 SUPPORTING FACILITIES

101 ELECTRICAL

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( 9) TRANSFORMER

KVA 375 66.631 (25) WATER

LF 380 34.20 (13) SAVITARY SEWER

LF 250 32.00 ( 8) GAS

LP 215 18,600 SITE IMPROVEMENT

LS

( 2) SPEC LAL FOUNDATION PILING

LS

(20) ROADS, PARKING AND SIDEWALKS

LS

(13) SECURITY LIGHTING

EA

2 1500.00 ( 3) FIRE PROTECTION

LS

( 2) CATHODIC PROTECTION

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( 2) TOTAL COST

993 CONTINGENCY (5%)

50 ESTIMATED CONTRACT COST

1,043 SUPERVISION, INSPECTION & OVERHEAD (5.5%)

57 TOTAL REQUEST

1,100 10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTAUCTION Construction of a flight simulator build

ing, concrete tilt-up walls, concrete slab on piling system, built-up roof ing on concrete deck and insulation, steel joists, sprinkler system, air condicioning, heating and ventilation. Area includes simulator room, hvdraulic room, maintenance and storage office, toilets, briefing room, and mechanical equipment room. A parking area and all utilities necessary. Air Conditioning:

30 Tons. 11. REQUIREMENT: 5,550 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Construction of a new flight simulator facility. REQUIRE'ENT: A properly sized and configured facility is required to house a new flight simulator in support of tactical aircraft. The se sinulators represent the latest advances in techniques which include large degree motion capability and visual display of the airborne environment. As a full mission simulator, it will permit the training of pilots in all phases of flight, from take-off to land ing. Iacreased flight simulator time in relation to actual flight time provides required aircrew proficiency at a reduced cost. CL'RRENT SITUATION: No facility is available that is suitable to house the simulator. The simulator has been purchased through an Air Force "buy" program and is scheduled for delivery in 1984. This proposed facility is necessary to support the installation. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED : Simulator facilities will not be available for aircrew qualification in the aircraft. The increased flying hours required to obtain aircrew training will generate additional fuels and aircraft maintenance costs.

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