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

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1 COMPONENT

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

4. PROJECT TITLE

STRC LAND ACQUISITION, UTILPOWELL, WYOMING

ITIES AND SITE IMPROVEMENTS 5. PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7 PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)

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DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION

Land acquisition to support construction of supporting facilities for a strategic training range complex (STRC). Necessary utilities to include water, gas, electric and waste treatment facilities. Site improvements to include grading, drainage, drainage structures, roads, parking and walks. 11.

REQUIREMENT: As Required. PROJECT: Land acquisition, utilities and site improvements for an STRC. REQUIREMENT: A new concept in bomber flight crew training which will provide concentrated and realistic training on a regular and continuous basis requires adequate land on which the construction of operational and support facilities can be accomplished. CURRENT SITUATION: There are no existing sites which can be used to support this new training concept. The proposed STRC includes areas in Montana, North and South Dakota and Wyoming. This is the first of six proposed sites for the range. This first site has no existing government owned land or facilities which can be used. Existing radar bomb scoring (RBS) sites in these states are not properly located and do not have adequate facilities. These RBS sites cannot provide the low level penetra tion and weapons delivery tactics necessary to improve crew skills which are required to maintain peak proficiency. Neither can these sites provide the wide diversity of low level routes, varied geographical environment, ground threats, nearly continuous and varied threats and remote locations required for crews to gain experience in evasive and defensive tactics to enable them to counter such threats in a real wartime scenario. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Bomber crews will not be able to obtain vital training needed to help them perform their assigned missions during any wartime scenarin with a high chance of survival

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N/A (5000)

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. IF. NEW. FACILITY. IS. A. REPLACEMENT.

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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)

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90-276 0-82—-32

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May 82

May 8

130-835 Security Police Operations 18,200 SF 2,559 Mar 81 Jun 82

Facility 214-425 Vehicle Maintenance Shop 12,000 SF 1,300 Sep 81 312-476 Range Safety Processing 32,000 SF 6,200 Aug 81 Jun 82

Center 312-477

STS -
Facility Modifi-

LS
26,500

Jul 81 Feb 83 cations 312-477 STS - Vertical Assembly

LS 40,000 Mar 82

Apr 83 & Environmental Shelter 411-139 Hypergolic Stockpile

319,000 GA 4,900 Nov 81

Sep 82 Storage 610-711 Data Processing Facility

7,950 SF

1,550 Aug 81 Mar 82 721-312 Unaccompanied Enlisted

240 PN 4,100 Jul 81 Personnel Housing 724-417 Visiting Officer Quarters

80 PN 4,350 Oct 81 Aug 82 Subtotal-Major Construction

91,459 121-111 Petroleum Operations Facility 2,500 SF 350 Oct 81 Jun 82

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Subtotal-Minor Construction
(Specified)

350
Total

91,809 9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84): 310-477 Thrust Augmentation

LS 23,400 310-477 Security Control & Bridge

LS 3,671
Improvements
310-477

STS
Support Facilities

LS 25,000
Total

52,071
(b) Typical Planned Next Three Years:
100-000 Safing and Desafing Facility LS

19,000 171-621

Special Training Facility 15,263 SF 900 10. Mission or Major Functions: Active mission support activities include

1. COMPONENT

2. DATE

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

4. COMMAND

5. AREA CONSTR

COST INDEX

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a Strategic Aerospace Division Headquarters responsible for training of all SAC missile combat crew members; an Air Force Systems Command Space and Missile Terst Center (SAMTEC) Activity which manages research and development testing of space, missile and aircraft systems; an Aerospace Test Wing responsible, under SAMTEC, for directing the activities of the Aerospace Test Group at Patrick AFB and the Space Test Group and Missile Test Group a Vandenberg; a Space Test Group, a SAMTEC unit, which manages and directs all field test and launch activities necessary to place satellites into specified orbits; a Missile Test Group, a SAMTEC unit, responsible for research, development and testing of ballistic missile systems, and the future location of West Coast launch site for operation of the Space Transportation System.

FORM

1390

PREVIOUS EDITION IS OOSOLETE IN THE USAF.

PAGE NO

271

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