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CURRENT SITUATION: Existing facilities are inadequate to accommodate
Commando Falcon aircraft. New facilities are to be constructed only where
there is no existing facility or where the existing facility cannot be
economically added to or altered.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Aircraft maintenance functions cannot be con-
ducted for the new aircraft. Capability to accomplish the assigned mission
will be seriously degraded.

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NUMBER OF ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT
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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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COMPONENT

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

4. PROJECT TITLE

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COMPOSITE MEDICAL FACILITY

SF 105,000

15,750 HOSPITAL

SF (90,900)| 150.00 (13,635) DENTAL CLINIC

SF (14,100) 150.00( 2,115) SUPPORTING FACILITIES

2,600 ELECTRICAL

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(300) EMERGENCY POWER

LS

( 100) WATER AND SEWAGE

LS

( 100) SITE IMPROVEMENTS & DEMOLITION

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(200) PAVEMENTS

LS

(250) CHEMICAL WARFARE PROTECTION

LS

(700) REAL PROPERTY INSTALLED EQUIPMENT

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(950) SUBTOTAL

18,350 CONTINGENCY (5%)

918 TOTAL CONTRACT COST

19,268 SUPERVISION, INSPECTION AND OVERHEAD (6.5%)

1,252 TOTAL REQUEST

20,520 TOTAL REQUEST (ROUNDED)

20,500 EQUIPMENT PROVIDED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATIONS (NON-ADD) ( 2,500)

10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete foundation, floor slab, walls and roof with built-up roofing, utilities and necessary support. Includes areas for medical and dental treatment, support services and hospital management.

Air Conditioning 175 Tons 11. REQUIREMENT: 105,000 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SUBSTANDARD: 36,000 SF PROJECT: Construction of a new composite medical facility to replace existing substandard facilities. REQUIREMENT: A composite medical facility of sufficient size and efficient functional configuration is needed to meet the total health care needs of the military community served. A new facility is needed to permit optimum use of medical personnel and resources in providing medical operational support, general health care and flexibility to convert to emergency mass ba sualty capabilities. CURRENT SITUATION: The present medical facility consists of ten buildings interconnected by corridors. The existing buildings do not meet current Life safety codes and environmental control standards for medical and dental facilities. Space for examinations and care of patients is inadequate. Inadequate waiting rooms force patients to sit in corridors while waiting for appointments, immunizations, x-rays, physical exams, and social disease blinic. Space within the substandard structure is used to the maximum extent possible and the resulting overcrowding conditions have a negative impact on quality health care. The present design and availability of utilities cannot support the type and quantity of modern medical equipment Fequired in today's medical environment. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Delivery of quality health care will continue to Þe impeded by design and space deficiencies.

1. COMPONENT

2. DATE FY 1983 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA =

AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

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B.

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

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C.

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

21,787

($000)

D.

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

2.975
($000)

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Apr 81

45 100 Jun 82

C. d.

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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
Medical/Dental

3080

1984 Equipment

Cost ($000)

2,500

DDREC *

FORM 13910

PREVIOUS EDITION IS OBSOLETE IN THE USAF.

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COMPONENT

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

4. PROJECT TITLE

UNACCOMPANIED ENLISTED LOSAN AIR BASE. KOREA

PERSONNEL HOUSING 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)

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800

DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION
Reinforced concrete frame building, concrete floors and roof, concrete
foundation, masonry walls, air conditioning, fire protection system, utili-
ties and necessary support.

Includes bedrooms, baths, closets, lounges,
centralized storage, laundry, and support space.
Grade Mix:
E1-E4

Air Conditioning - 240 Tons
11. ON BASE REQUIREMENT: 3972 PN ADEQUATE: 1195 PN SUBSTANDARD: 2228 PN
PROJECT: Construct four new unaccompanied enlisted housing facilities.
REQUIREMENT: A major Air Force objective is to provide unaccompanied
enlisted personnel with housing that will be conducive to their proper
rest, relaxation and personal well being. Properly designed and furnished
quarters which provide some degree of individual privacy are essential to
the successful accomplishment of the increasingly complicated and impor-
tant jobs these personnel must perform. The lack of such quarters is an
irritant to these personnel and a known contributor to low re-enlistment
rates. The Air Force should remove this irritant to maintain an effective
force of experienced airmen.
CURRENT SITUATION: The facilities to be replaced are relocatable buildings
that have deteriorated to the point where they can no longer be upgraded.
They will be disposed of upon completion of this project. This project
is phase two of a five phase program which will eventually provide
upgraded quarters to meet the full programming need for the base. When
this project is completed, 50% of that goal will be reached.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Substandard living conditions will persist at the
base and the morale, productivity and career satisfaction of the enlisted
force will continue to be degraded.

MAY

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