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1. COMPONENT

2. DATE FY 19

83

MILITARY CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM AIR FORCE 3 INSTALLATION AND LOCATION

4. COMMAND

5. AREA CONSTR

COST INDEX

UNITED STATES AIR INCIRLIK AB, TURKEY

FORCES IN EUROPE

1.6 6 PERSONNEL

PERMANENT
STUDENTS

SUPPORTED
STRENGTH

TOTAL

TID

OVIM

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CIVAR

2,447 2,482

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. AS OF 30 Sep 81 196 2,013 237

1 END FY 1987 197 2,045

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INVENTORY DATA (5000) . TOTAL ACREAGE 3,476 B. INVENTORY TOTAL AS OF 30 Sep 81 C. AUTHORIZATION NOT YET IN INVENTORY (200 units FY81, 400 units. FY82) D. AUTHORIZATION REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM (200 units FY83) .. AUTHORIZATION INCLUDED IN FOLLOWING PROGRAM

$75,671
40,723
20,000

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9. FUTURE PROJECTS: Additional housing project may be requested in the future as the remaining programmable housing deficit exceeds 500.

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MISSION OR MAJOR FUNCTIONS: Tactical group headquarters. Provides management, command, control and direction for USAFE units assigned and supports tactical aircraft deployed on a rotational basis.

1 COMPONENT

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

4 PROJECT TITLE

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10 DESCRIPTION OF PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION Construction of 150 military family housing units with all necessary supporting facilities and the project buy-out of 50 2-bedroom build-lease units. Project design will provide townhouses and apartment type multifamily housing. Composition of project is shown below. Housing will include heating, air conditioning, and appliances (washer, dryer, range, refrigerator, dishwasher, disposer). Supporting facilities will include all site preparation, utility systems, roads, parking, sidewalks, and landscaping. Project composition:

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JAMN 2 BR
950 49.00 1.6 74,480

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4,021.9 JAMN 3 BR 1200 49.00 1.6 94,080 30

2,822.4 JAMN 4BR 1350 49.00

1.6
105,840 8

846.7
SAMN 2 BR
950 49.00 1.6 74,480 34

2,532.3 SAMN 3 BR 1350 49.00 1.6 105,840 4

423.4 SAMN 4BR 1450 49.00 1.6 113,680 6

682.1 CGO 4BR

1450
49.00
1.6 113,680 6

682.1 FGO 3BR

1400
49.00 1.6 109,760

439.0
SGO 4BR
1700 49.00 1.6 133,280

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150 12,983.0 REQUIREMENT: Adequate base living quarters are required for housing of officer and enlisted families. These units will partially relieve a critical shortage of housing for accompanied personnel. Modern, adequate,

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11. REQUIREMENT CONT'D: and comfortable quarters for married personnel and their families are essential to personal well-being and for maintaining an effective, all-volunteer Air Force. 12. CURRENT SITUATION : There are 150 adequate units and 375 substandard trailers on base. Neither the trailers nor the off-base units are counted as assets due to their deplorable condition. Only 13% of eligible personnel live in adequate on-base quarters, and 31% live in substandard on-base trailer units. Trailer units are inadequately sized, are fire hazards, are badly deteriorated, cannot be economically modernized to adequate housing, and are programmed for disposal at the earliest possible date. off-base housing 1s inadequate and presents security problems. Personnel living on the local economy must drive their own vehicles to work over poorly maintained, overcrowded and high-density accident prone roadways. This project will provide on-base modern housing for an additional 34% of assigned families. In FY 81 and FY 82, 600 (200 and 400 respectively) units of military family housing are authorized for construction. 13. IMPACT IF NOT PROVIDED: Mission effectiveness is reduced when 72% of the families are inadequately housed. An additional 413 eligible members elected unaccompanied tours due mainly to lack of suitable housing. The failure to authorize and fund this project will continue to degrade mission effectiveness and foster lower reenlistment rates for experienced, expensively trained personnel.

1. DEPARTMENT

Air Force

1. DATE
2. FISCAL YEAR

MILITARY FAMILY
1983

HOUSING JUSTIFICATION
4. INSTALLATION AND LOCATION
INCIRLIK COMMON DEFENSE INSTALLATION, TURKEY
ADANA

NINE MILES' EAST OF

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ALL HOUSING

TOTAL HOUSING ASSETS, INCLUDING

MILITARY

26.7 64.3 59.3 11. PROPOSED PROJECT. AS PERCENTAGE OF

26.7 64.3 PROJECTED EFFECTIVE REQUIREMENTS

59.3 12. COMMENTS ON SPECIFIED ITEMS 8A (5) The 375 substandard trailers have not been counted as assets because of their deplorable condition and have been programmed for replacement. 8B.

Houses in the community are inadequate due to access problems associated with transportation such as poor roads; frequent electric and water outages; environmental factors such as open sewage ditches, open trash containers and stray rabid dogs and cats; lack of zoning laws for control of factories in relation to housing areas; and the ever present threat of terrorist activities. 10. The 200 unit project is the third of three phases of construction projects to eliminate the deficit of adequate housing. The second phase of 400 units is in the FY 82 Program.

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END FY 1987

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$136,487

AS OF 30 Sep 81 665 4,534 850 0 8 0289 609 14,049 870

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7. INVENTORY DATA (S000) ., TOTAL ACREAGE ( 10,950) D. INVENTORY TOTAL AS OF

30 Sep 81 C. AUTHORIZATION NOT YET IN INVENTORY O. AUTHORIZATION REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM(26. units. FX83). .. AUTHORIZATION INCLUDED IN FOLLOWING PROGRAM 1. PLANNED IN NEXT THREE PROGRAM YEARS 9. REMAINING DEFICIENCY h. GRANO TOTAL. 8. PROJECTS REQUESTED IN THIS PROGRAM:

3,200

$139,687

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9. MISSION OR MAJOR FUNCTIONS: This base hosts the U.S. Readiness Command, Rapid Deployment Force Headquarters, a tactical fighter wing with UH-1, F-4D and F-16 aircraft, and an aerospace rescue and recovery squadron detachment with UH-1 aircraft.

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