By Don Snyder
The Air Force's transition from a threat-based to a capabilities-based making plans posture indicates the necessity to calculate quickly the manpower and gear required to generate these functions. This ebook outlines simply this type of technique for deciding upon deployment standards. The technique employs a prototype examine tool--the Strategic device for the research of Required Transportation (START)--which generates lists of power devices required to help a user-specified operation. The appendix serves as a user's advisor to the beginning software
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We have adopted the general rules compiled by the functional area managers at AMC and ACC for deployment of these UTCs. 11 Readiness Readiness teams are civil engineering teams that respond to NBC incidents and perform recovery operations. Services include risk assessment, detection, and decontamination. All readiness UTCs start with the prefix 4F9D* and include manpower, special equipment, and some rolling stock. Which and how many UTCs are deployed are ____________ 11 Our data for the number of UTCs deployed were provided by the staff of Maj Chris Darling (HQ AMC/CEXR) on January 27, 2002, in response to questions posed during an interview at HQ AMC (Scott AFB) on January 8, 2002.
Most are for individual apparatus, such as lights, water and latrine trucks, and materiel handling equipment (MHE), such as forklifts and loaders. Most manpower requirements are transporters, but a few fall within supply or information management. Our data for the number of UTCs deployed derive from interviews9 and from an internal, unpublished Air Force document. 10 APO support in START is always included for a bare base. , lights, special-purpose trucks). MHE and manpower requirements, however, are driven by MOG.
To closely match the movement characteristics of these two UTCs, we applied the requirements to their component UTCs, which were in the MEFPAK. Details on these components can be found in the FMSE Calculator. 27 Current fuels planning factors do not extend beyond 24-PAA fighters. Exact requirements for additional aircraft are difficult to resolve without specifying more details about the base, flying operations, and other such factors. 32 A Methodology for Determining Air Force Deployment Requirements the fuels personnel can set up bladder storage relatively near the flightline and pump fuel directly into the aircraft.