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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
Acquisition of four parcels of privately owned land adjacent to the air
base boundary. Also included is relocation of an entry control point and
boundary fencing.

REQUIREMENT: As Required
PROJECT: Acquisition of approximately 18.75 acres of land to improve base
security.
REQUIREMENT: This land is required to eliminate the intrusion of

privately owned land along the primary road between the industrial and
residential areas of the base. It is also needed to eliminate the
operation and maintenance of one entry control point.
CURRENT SITUATION: Currently, travel between the residential and
industrial sides of the base, which are located on opposite sides of the
runway, requires passage through privately owned land. The land extends
deeply into the base's industrial area. This situation requires the
operation of two entry control points at either end of the privately owned
land. Each entry control point costs approximately $120,000 per year to
operate. The present boundary situation also increases the possibility of
intrusion to the flight line through the privately owned wedge of land
during periods of alert and higher states of readiness. This project will
eliminate one entry control point.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Continued incompatible land use with continuing
security risk. Base will continue to operate an additional entry control
point.

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PAEVIOUS EDITIONS MAY BE USED INTERNALLY

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B.

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

N/A (PEOPLE)

C.

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

N/A ($000)

D.

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

N/A ($000)

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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)

None

DD,

FORM. 13910

PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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

4. COMMAND

MILITARY AIRLIFT SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE. ILLINOIS

COMMAND 6. PERSONNEL

PERMANEN

STUDENTS STRENGTH:

OPTICE LOTIO CIVILIA

6. AREA CONSTR.

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214-425 Vehicle Maintenance Complex 34,800 SF 3,450 Nov 81 Aug 82 510-001 Upgrade Composite Medical

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1,400 Sep 81 May 82 Facility Subtotal-Major Construction

4,850 610-284 Alter Headquarters Facility () LS 400 Dec 81 May 82

Subtotal-Minor Construction
(Specified)

400
Total

5,250
9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84):
610-711 Add to Data Processing 83,226 SF 5,293

Facility
Total

5,293
(b) Typical Planned Next Three Years:
141-753 Squadron Flight Operations 24,290 SF 2,279
217-712 Avionics/Electronics Shop 14,800 SF 1,111
610-122 APCC Headquarters Fac

LS 21,700 740-675 Add to Library

LS

306 10. Mission or Major Functions: This base supports Headquarters Military Airlift Command, Headquarters Air Force Communications Command, an aeromedi cal airlift wing, a reserve aeromedical airlift group, Headquarters Air Weather Service, a communications group headquarters, a Communications Service Facility checking squadron and USAF Environmental Technical Applications Center.

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PREVIOUS EDITION 19 ODSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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

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Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, masonry walls, structural
steel frame and roof system with gravel built-up roof. Utilities and
necessary support. Includes bays for lubrication, inspection, general
repair and replacement of major assemblies; painting, welding, upholstery,
testing, cleaning and minor parts fabrication. Also includes material and
maintenance control and analysis; dispatcher; tool, parts, and locker
rooms; classrooms, administrative and mechanical areas.

Air Conditioning 12 Tons
11. REQUIREMENT: 34,800 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: 32,230 SF
PROJECT: Construct a vehicle maintenance and operations facility to ser-
vice base assigned vehicles.
REQUIREMENT: A facility of adequate size is required to maintain and ser-
vice all assigned vehicles. Covered service facilities must be provided
for lubrication, inspection, general repair, replacement of major
assemblies, testing and cleaning to keep equipment operational.
CURRENT SITUATION: This function is now accommodated in two substandard
Facilities which were built in 1938. They were built as a vehicle storage
facility and as a warehouse and neither will accommodate present large
size vehicles. One of the facilities has serious structural deficiencies
and is condemned for personnel use when the wind exceeds 30 mph or if

there is more than three inches of snow on the roof. This project will
consolidate this operation in one adequate facility .
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Vehicle maintenance and operations will continue
in substandard facilities which must be vacated when winds exceed 30 MPH.
Work on outsize vehicles will continue outside subject to the elements.

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