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FY 19 83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM Air Porce 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
5. AREA CONSTA
3 216-642 Munitions Maintenance Shop 5,000 SF 790 Jul 81
May 82 (See page 41) 219-943 Entomology Shop (See Pag (40) 3,100 SF 380 Jul 81
Apr 82 Subtotal-Minor Construction (Specified)
1,170 9. Future Projects: (a) Included in Follow ng Program (FY 84): 130-835 Security Police Ops
10,300 SP 890 610-127 Base Civil Engineer Admin- 17,500 SF 1,680
istrative Facility 800-000 Energy Conservation
2,950 Typical Planned Next Three Years: 610-142 Commercial Transportation 24,800 SF 1,360
Facility 721-312 Alter Unaccompanied Enlisted 152 PN 1,770
Personnel Housing 10. Mission or Major Functions: This base hosts a tactical fighter wing of A-10 aircraft.
Data Processing Facility 8,080 SF 1,400 Aug 81
10. Mission or Major Functions: This base hosts a tactical fighter wing of F-4 and a wing of F-4G (wild weasel) tactical fighter aircraft.
FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
Reinforced concrete footings and floor slab, masonry walls, steel joists with gravel built-up roof, special air conditioning for environmental control, raised computer flooring, fire protection systems, utilities and necessary support. Includes computer and remote terminal rooms, tape library, supply, storage, maintenance and administrative areas.
Air Conditioning - 50 Tons 11. REQUIREMENT: 8,080 SF Adequate: 0 Substandard: 4,575 SF PROJECT: Construct a new data processing facility. REQUIREMENT: A properly sized and configured facility is required to house
the new Phase IV computer. The Phase IV computer acquisition program affects every USAF installation and represents a $50 million annual savings Air Force-wide by replacing obsolete Burroughs 3500/3700/4700 and Univac 1050-11 computers. It is necessary to support essential weapon system maintenance and supply activities, and permit more effective management of personnel, financial, engineering, and equipment resources at base level. The computer system is scheduled for delivery in March 1984. CURRENT SITUATION: The two existing computers to be replaced by the Phase IV computer are located in two separate facilities. The current physical limitations of these facilities will not permit installation of the new Phase IV computer. There is no other facility available that meets the required space criteria. Construction of a new facility is necessary to Jadequately accommodate the new computer equipment and associated support Ifunctions. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: We will have no place to house the expensive new computers now on order.