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ESTIMATED ANUAL COST TO OPERATE THE F20?CSED TACILITY.
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AD MITIN DE
ESTTUATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE 4!) MIISTAIN THE
E. DESIGS DAIA (Estimated)
Date Design Started....
- Oct 80
100 Jul 82
F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITE THIS PROJECT WEICH WILL 35
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FY 19_83 MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
VARIOUS LOCATIONS, EUROPE
HARDENED LOGISTICS FACILITIES 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (S000)
10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Reinforced concrete foundation, floor, walls and roof; utilities and necessary support at two locations. Includes chemical warfare decontamination area, aircraft metal repair, shops and tool storage.
Air Conditioning - 50 Tons 11. REQUIREMENT: 11,000 SF ADEQUATE: 0 SF SUBSTANDARD: SF PROJECT: Construct hardened machine shops to repair battle damaged aircraft. REQUIREMENT: The specialized maintenance shops supporting tactical
Fighter and reconnaissance aircraft are vital to the ability of these aircraft to accomplish their assigned mission. These shops could receive a high level of collateral damage because they are near primary target
areas. A hardened facility is required for key maintenance and supply activities to survive and function after an attack. The buildings will house key repair equipment such as drill press, band saw, lathe, sheet metal brake, etc. and other items such as tool kits, bench stock and technical data. This shop could repair battle damaged aircraft when the existing soft facilities have been made unusable by enemy attack. CURRENT SITUATION: A11 normal base maintenance and supply buildings are standard construction and are located near the flight line and aircraft shelter area. They could receive a high level of damage during an attack and would be unusable for an unacceptable period of time.
IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Wart ime aircraft battle damage repair capability will not exist at Sembach and Spangdahlem air bases. ADDITIONAL: This work is not eligible for NATO infrastructure funding.
FY 13 837:1|LITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA
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ESITT LITE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATS AD MAINTAIS TEE
ESTDATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE AD MAINTAIN THE
EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH TEIS PROJECT WHICE WILL BE
2. DATE FY 19_83MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROJECT DATA AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
4. PROJECT TITLE
WAR READINESS MATERIAL (WRM) VARIOUS LOCATIONS, EUROPE
STORAGE FACILITIES 5 PROGRAM ELEMENT 6 CATEGORY CODE 7. PROJECT NUMBER 8. PROJECT COST (5000)
10. DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Concrete foundations and floor slabs, asphaltic concrete pavement, utilities and necessary support. Includes areas to store War Readiness Materials and equipment. II. REQUIREMENT: As Required. PROJECT: Provides the necessary support construction to allow the erection and use of prefabricated buildings for WRM storage. REQUIREMENT: Based on the need to place specified items of operational equipment and materials at their point of wartime use. This prepositioning of WRM will result in significant saving of critical strategic airlift missions. Stored equipment will include aircraft spares and tactical control system components. CURRENT SITUATION: This equipment is currently stored in the CONUS. Airlift is tasked to move these items to their wartime locations. This: procedure results in delayed deployment capability and deferral of other priority cargo. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: The Command will experience continuing difficulties in having WRM available for wartime conditions. It cannot acquire additional equipment for deploying units because it lacks adequate facilities to protect and store these prepositioned assets. ADDITIONAL: This work is not eligible for NATO infrastructure funding.
ES:IVATED AL COST TO OPERATE THE PROPOSED FACILITY.....
AVECE ADITIONAL PERSONNEL NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT
ESTIMATED LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE 40 MAISTAIN TIE
ESTTAT LIFE-CYCLE COST TO OPERATE A WAISTS IS TEE
F. EQUIPMENT ASSOCIATED WITH THIS PROJECT WZICH WILL BE