A Methodology for Determining Air Force Deployment by Don Snyder

By Don Snyder

Describes a prototype examine instrument for settling on manpower and kit deployment necessities.

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Which and how many UTCs are deployed are dictated by the threat level (designated as low, medium, or high) and whether the base is a beddown location or en-route location. The general concept always is to deploy an EOD Prime BEEF lead team (4F9X1) consisting of six persons, two special HMMWVs, and one trailer. 15 Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron RED HORSE teams perform heavy construction and are deployed only when large facilities need to be built. Examples of situations requiring RED HORSE support are the construction of a building, runways, or ramp space, quarrying, and so forth.

The purpose of the munitions calculation is to estimate movement characteristics by estimating roughly how many munitions should be in place for three days of operations, not to calculate which munitions are needed, as the latter depends on the nature of the targets. The model estimates the weight of bombs and missiles needed to support the specified aircraft, their missions, and their sortie rates. Chaff, flare, and ammunition are not included. For each aircraft, we assign a munition typical for that aircraft and mission during the initial stages of an engagement.

8 ACC and AMC UTCs generally have enough flexibility to capture the movement characteristics, regardless of which command provides the aircraft. When ANG or AFRES UTCs are used by START, it is done to give the user more flexibility in choosing aircraft quantities and then only for those in which both major commands (MAJCOMs) use identical aircraft. The model’s input choices for quantity of aircraft at a base are limited to the quantities (or sums of quantities) specified in the UTCs. For example, the B-1B has UTCs for three- and six-ship packages.

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