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Extra info for A Decision Support System for Evaluating Ranges and Airspace
The problem is most severe for OA-10 units, which fly 79 percent of their sorties in maneuver areas that are too small. Used in this way, the database provides part of the information that range and airspace managers need to evaluate how range and airspace infrastructure affects training. Specifically, it allows managers to depict the pervasiveness of various deficiencies. To fully evaluate the impact of these deficiencies, managers must supply their own sense of how seriously a given deficiency degrades training.
1. Our analyses show a requirement of 29,221 total annual local sorties, all of which can be flown in areas within the standard distance. However, as discussed below, some of these areas do not meet requirements for size or other characteristics. 3. This figure illustrates that the maximum free cruising distance must be equal to or greater than the sum of the distances from base to low-level route, low-level route to maneuver area surrounding a range, and range to base. An exception is made for A-10 sorties, in which low-level navigation tasks are assumed to be performed on random legs within a maneuver area rather than on a low-level route.
Chaff and flares are required but not authorized for about one-third of the sorties. Air combat maneuvering instrumentation (ACMI), datalink frequencies, and radarjamming capabilities are generally unavailable. 6 —continued Area CharacAvailteristic ability a ComYes munications No jamming Not req’d A-10 8,304 100% Infrastructure unknown OA-10 F-15C 355 3% 4,532 12,291 100% 97% F-15E F-16CG F-16CJ F-16GP Total 92 92 1% 0% 87 66 124 633 1% 1% 1% 1% 9,285 12,500 9,935 3,743 60,590 97% 98% 99% 99% 98% 247 38 48 333 3% 0% 1% 1% a“Yes” indicates that the characteristic is required and available.
A Decision Support System for Evaluating Ranges and Airspace by Robbert et al