By Robbert et al

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ISBN-13: 9780833029355

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______________ 3As it is presently configured, RAP allows a wide range of training programs in bomber units. We found that units with much better access to local ranges (Whiteman and Mountain Home AFBs) were much more likely to use those ranges in their training programs. Other units, without a nearby range, were more likely to use radar scoring sites and low-level routes to which they had much better access. One unit, located at Dyess AFB, is trying to lead a major realignment of training routes, MOAs, and ranges in Texas, Colorado, and eastern New Mexico to allow it opportunity to conduct more effective and efficient training.

11 because of unfavorable placement of the target array relative to the boundaries of the WSFA. Our count of accommodated delivery types is premised on optimal placement of the target array within the available WSFA. 11—continued Range WSFA Accommodated Dare County Goldwater Grand Bay Melrose Unknown Unknown Not InfraRequireAccommodated structurea menta 210 210 27 146 Poinsett 183 64 210 Saylor Creek 173 37 Townsend 106 104 UTTR R6402 210 R6404 210 R6405 210 R6406 210 R6407 210 a“Unknown infrastructure” indicates that information needed to evaluate the range is unknown.

Others require an air or ground weapons director. Requirements such as these are not, strictly speaking, part of the range or airspace infrastructure. 14 Capacity The amount of operating time required on ranges and in airspace can be calculated, for a given MDS/sortie-type combination, by multiplying the required number of sorties by the time required for an individual sortie on a range and/or in an airspace. After certain adjustments (discussed below), the results can be summed across all MDS/sortie-type combinations to determine a base’s total local demand for ranges and airspace (referred to as assets).

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