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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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Aug 82

112-211 Airfield Pavements

27,000 SY 1,600 Jun 81 Jun 82 211-159 OSH-Aircraft Corrosion

LS 1,850 Aug 81 Jun 82 Control Facility 211-177 Small Aircraft Mainte

38,400 SF 3,850 Feb 81 Jan 82 nance Dock 841-166 Water Supply & Storage Distri- LS

4,650 Aug 81
bution System
Subtotal-Major Construction

11,950
Subtotal-Minor Construction
(Specified)

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Total

11,950 9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Following Program (FY 84): 113-231 Aircraft Generation Squadron 7,000 SF 420

Parts Store
530-634 Medical Food Inspection 2,400 SF 480
721-312 Alter Unaccompanied Enlisted 456 PN 5,700

Personnel Housing
Total

6,600
(b) Typical Planned Next Three Years:
610-127 Base Civil Engineer Complex 96,750 SF 2,834

(Phase I) 442-758 Supply Warehouse

65,000 SF 3,300 10. Mission or Major Functions: This base hosts a tactical training wing of A-10 aircraft, a tactical air support squadron of OA-37 aircraft - 0-2 replaced by OA-37 FY Jan 82, a fighter interceptor detachment with F-106 aircraft, a helicopter squadron with HH-1 aircraft, a strategic missile wing of Titan II strategic missiles, and the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center.

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ESTTYLID COST OF 3ACLOC OF MADTIACE AD 221.2 (3412):

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OUTSTAND ING POLLUTION AND 5:1ET(OSZ1) PROJECTS:

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COMPONENT

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

PROJECT TITLE

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DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Heavy load concrete taxiway and apron on stabilized base course; stabilized asphalt shoulders, striping, markings, aircraft tie-downs, grounding, utilities and necessary support. Includes taxiway in staging, processing and holding areas. 11. REQUIREMENT: 27,000 SY

ADEQUATE: 0

SUBSTANDARD : 0 PROJECT: Construction of new taxiways to serve the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center (MASDC). REQUIREMENT: The processing of new aircraft coming into the active inventory and the storage of old aircraft being retired from the active force requires adequate taxiways within the MASDC area which will permit movement of aircraft necessary for this essential process. CURRENT SITUATION: There are no hard surface taxiways within the MASDC area. Unpaved tow paths are now used to get aircraft to and from the storage area to the processing area. Dusty conditions in dry weather and soft muddy conditions in wet weather make these tow paths unuseable. The exist ing MASDC processing area and tow paths are currently using AM-2 aluminum landing matting on which all aircraft processing is done. The AM-2 matting cannot support the movement of aircraft during and after inclement weather. This results in operations being suspended for several days. The matting shifts and gives way after rains and breaks apart from expansion/contraction during hot weather. As a result, high maintenance costs and loss of productivity occurs. The removal and recycling of the AM-2 matting for other uses to satisfy war reserve materials (WRM) and training requirements will result in a cost avoidance in the purchase of new AM-2 matting. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Continued inefficient aircraft in/out processing which will result in loss of productivity, high maintenance cost and una

vailability of AM-2_matting for urgent. RM and training requirements. DD,

MAY

2. DATE

COMPONENT

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

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

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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 (5000)

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Jun 81

35 100

Jun 82

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F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WHICH WILL BE
PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS:

Fiscal Year
Equipment

Procuring

Appropriated
Nonenclature
Appropriation

Or Requested
None

Cost ($000)

DD. 13910

PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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1 COMPONENT

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

4. PROJECT TITLE

OSH-AIRCRAFT DAVIS MONTHAN AIR FORCE BASE, ARIZONA

CORROSION CONTROL FACILITY 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)

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10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced footings, foundation and floor slab, pre-engineered metal building complete, utilities and necessary support. Includes corrosion control treatment, administrative paint shop, storage and mechanical spaces. 11.

REQUIREMENT: 33,800 SF ADEQUATE: 19,700 SF SUBSTANDARD: 0 PROJECT: Conversion of and addition to an existing maintenance hangar to provide a corrosion control facility with a paint storage shed. REQUIREMENT: A covered aircraft corrosion control facility to provide Aircraft wa shing, spot and total painting of tactical aircraft. CURRENT SITUATION: Presently, 40 aircraft are washed and spot painted per month. An additional two are painted entirely. All aircraft are presently washed outdoors on an uncovered washrack.

During the summer, washing operations are hampered by the hot sun as the detergent used for cleaning dries before it can be hosed off, becoming very difficult to remove. Painting operations are done outside and, as a result, these operations are limited to daylight hours and fair weather.

Painting is also limited by Pima County Air Quality Control District Regulations. These regulations state that a single source of hydrocarbons is allowed to emit only 15 pounds of pollutants per day, (equates to using about two gallons of paint). This limitation could be removed by using a covered painting facility with an adequate air filtration system. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Failure to provide this project will limit corrosion control operations, with the consequent adverse effect upon aircraft safety and availability. Aircraft painting will continue to be limited by local air quality regulations.

MAY

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