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DD FORM 1390 SUPPLEMENTAL DATA
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

AIR FORCE COMPONENT

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA

INSTALLATION/LOCATION

SAC COMMAND

(5000)

A.

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

1,842

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1 COMPONENT

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

4 PROJECT TITLE

SECURITY VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA POLICE OPERATIONS FACILITY 5. PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8 PROJECT COST (S000)

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced concrete foundation and floor slab, ma sonry walls, steel roof
and built-up roof, utilities and necessary support. Includes areas for

operations planning, training, armory, storage and unit management.
11. REQUIREMENT: 18,200 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: 16,220 SF
PROJECT: Construct a new security police operations facility to replace
substandard facilities.
REQUIREMENT: Security for the base and Space Shuttle and MX missile
programs assigned to Vandenberg Air Force Base requires an adequately sized
and configured facility for the security police force. Increased manning,
weapons use and storage, vehicles, training and emergency security opera-
tions require a new, modern facility from which to provide adequate
security for the space, missile and normal base activities at this base.
CURRENT SITUATION: Current security police activities are being accommo-
dated in six separate, substandard wood frame structures which are too
small, ill-configured, and scattered to provide adequate security police
operations. Security police personnel strength is projected to increase
from the current 327 to approximately 836. Existing facilities severely
lack weapons storage space, training facilities, troop assembly and guard-
mount areas.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: The increase in security police personnel and
associated equipment cannot be absorbed in existing facilities.

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B.

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

0 (PEOPLE)

C.

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

N/A

000)

D.

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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)

None

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PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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

4. PROJECT TITLE VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, CALIFORNIA

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, pre-engineered metal building.

Utilities and necessary support. Includes bays for lubrication, inspec-
tion, general repair and replacement of major assemblies; painting,
welding, upholstery, testing, cleaning and minor parts fabrication. Also
includes material and maintenance control and analysis; tools, parts, and
locker rooms; administrative and mechanical areas.
11.

REQUIREMENT: 47,000 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: 43,000 SF PROJECT: Construct a vehicle maintenance facility to replace substandard facilities. REQUIREMENT: A modern, well equipped and properly sized and configured facility is required to provide maintenance support for a fleet of approximately 1,000 vehicles. This first phase will provide an adequate facility to accommodate the existing fleet of over 300 pieces of equipment and vehicles and an additional increase of more than 80 special purpose vehicles programmed to suppor the initial space shuttle and MX missions, which are scheduled to become operational at Vandenberg in the near future. The second phase is scheduled for FY 1984 to provide the remainder of the requirement to support the total number of vehicles and equipment that will be required to support these missions as well as the normal vehicle needs. CURRENT SITUATION: Vehicle maintenance is currently being performed in five existing facilities that are small, substandard, wood frame buildings porty years old. These facilities lack proper door sizes and ceiling and length clearances to permit entry and use of existing maintenance bays for large vehicles and equipment such as missile transport trailers, dump

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COMPONENT

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

CALIFORNIA

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, 4 PROJECT TITLE

5. PROJECT NUMBER

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE SHOP

10350

sweepers and loaders. This necessitates over half of the vehicle maintenance being accomplished outside. This work must be completely curtailed during inclement weather (rain, high winds and dust) which creates undesirable delays and backlog. Other deficiencies in the existing facilities include inadequate engine exhaust removal, emergency drainage systems for flammable liquids and floor drains plus rough, cracked and patched floors. Much of the outside pavement is such that it cannot support jacking of large vehicles and equipment during maintenance. In addition, fuel spills outside could drain directly onto soil or into storm drains. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Continued lack of capability to provide adequate and timely maintenance of the current and projected fleet of vehicles that provide direct support to the space shuttle and MX missions as well as perpetuate the unsafe, inefficient conditions that now exist which endanger personnel, equipment and the surrounding environment.

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