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ESTILTED ANUAL COST TO OPERETE THE F20?02 7ICILITY....

21.3 (5000)

5.

753 OF ADDITIOX* PERSOZEL VECESSARI IO C.??? OUT
TE RECTION 03 TE P20205) FACILITY..

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ESTIMOSI LIPS-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE ADMIT:IN TE
P20205D FACILITY..

N/A (5000)

D.

ESTIRED LIFE-COCLE COST TO OPERATE AJ PIST IS THE
EXISTING FACILITI IS!:E* FACILITY IS A PE?LCEST.

N/A (50.5)

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50 100

C. ¿.

May 82

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5. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITE TEIS PROJECT WEICH WILL BE PROVIDED FROM OTER A??20PRIATIONS:

Fiscai Year Lounyent

Procurinz

Appropriated
Voe.clicure
Appropriation

0: Fecuested

Cost (5000)

None

DD, 13910

PASVO: SCION SOOSOLERIITIUSAF.

PACE NO

1.3. .P.O.

1. COMPONENT

2. DATE

FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM Air Force 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. COMMAND

5. AREA CONSTR

COST INDEX

MILITARY AIRLIFT MCGUIRE AIR FORCE BASE, NEW JERSEY COMMAND

1.04 6. PERSONNEL

PERMANENT
STUDENTS

SUPPOATED
STRENGTH:

TOTAL

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COST

CODE

PROJECT TITLE

& AS OF 30 Sept 81 650 4,079 1,523 0 0 59 97 249 1656,822 END FY 19 87 655 4,091 1,552 0 0 59 97 249 1656,868

7. INVENTORY DATA ($000) 2. TOTAL ACREAGE (3,600) D. INVENTORY TOTAL AS OF 30 Sep 81

150,016 C. AUTHORIZATION NOT YET IN INVENTORY

3,185 d. AUTHORIZATION REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM

16,160 AUTHORIZATION INCLUDED IN FOLLOWING PROGRAM

1,203 1. PLANNED IN NEXT THREE PROGRAM YEARS

25,305 REMAINING DEFICIENCY.

110,812 m. GRAND TOTAL

306,681
8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:
CATEGORY

DESIGN STATUS
SCOPE

IS000) START COMPLETE 121-122 Hydrant Fueling System

4,200 GM 8,000

Oct 81 Jul 82 211-111 Upgrade Aircraft Main

46,000 SF 8,000 Dec 81

Sep 82 tenance Facilities Subtotal-Major Construction

16,000 800-000 Energy Conservation

LS

160 Sep 81 Feb 82 (See page 49 ) Subtotal-Minor Construction (Specified)

0 Total

16,160 Future Projects:

(a)

Included in Following Program (FY 84): 740-674 Addition to Gymnasium

11,623 SF 1,203 Total

1,203 (b) Typical Planned Next Three Years: 113-321 Aircraft Parking Apron/

LS 9,592 Fuel Hydrants 136-667 Taxiway Lighting

2,700 SF 189 510-001 Medical/Dental Clinic

64,700 SF 13,300 880-212 Fire Protection Deluge 108,668 SF 1,828

System 10. Mission or Major Functions: Support of two Military Airlift Wings, one active and one reserve, an Air National Guard Tactical Fighter Wing and an Air National Guard Heavy Refueling Squadron.

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ESTIMATED COST OF BACKLOG OF MAINTENANCE 22 PLZ (MAR):

6,697

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2. DATE

COMPONENT

FY 19.83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. PROJECT TITLE

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION An automatic pressurized aircraft fuel system with 32 refueling hydrant outlets including pumps, distribution piping, control equipment and filter separators. Involves cutting apron slabs, construction of underground pits, pumphouse, and corrosion protection of pipelines. 11. REQUIREMENT: 12,800 GPM ADEQUATE: 1,200 GPM SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Construct a new automatic, pressurized hydrant aircraft fueling system for existing aircraft parking/loading apron. REQUIREMENT: A major mission of this base is an enroute refueling point Tor cargo aircraft departing the CONUS for overseas destinations. A safe, efficient refueling system is required to furnish the required volume for fast servicing. CURRENT SITUATION: The parking ramp for the transient aircraft refueling has an old, inadequate hydrant fueling system. The hydrant layout was designed for older, smaller aircraft and cannot accommodate the larger, modern aircraft. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Aircraft will continue to be fueled by tank trucks resulting in failure to meet required airlift response times during actual emergency war order (EWO) contingency operations and routine daily operations.

DD 060* 1391

PREVIOUS EDITIONS MAY BE USED INTERNALLY

UNTIL E TED

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ESTIMATED ANUAL COST TO OPERATE TOE P20?0SD FACILITY....

122,019

(60)

5.

753 0E ADDITIONI PERSOSTEL NECESSARY TO CAR? QUI TE FICTION OF TE PROPOSED FACILITY...

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C.

ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE 4D WITHIN TEE
F20?05D FACILITY.

N/A (5000)

D.

ESTOSTED LIFE-CICIE COST TO OPERATE 2D IST IS TEE
EXISTING CILIT: IF I FACILITY IS A REPLICEMENT.

N/A (5000)

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EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH TEIS PROJECT SEICH WILL 32
P?ITIDED FROM OTE 47220?2LATIONS:

Fiscal Year
Equipment

Procuria:

Appropriated
22.10.2cure
Appropria:ion

0: Recuested

Cose (5000)

None

DD, 13310

PREVIOUS $21:10Nisa SOLETI! -ZUSAF.

PASE NO

5.s. 6.2.0.

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