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Data Limitations. Lack of available empirical data and other related problems required us to estimate many of the factors used to compute capacity requirements. A discussion of these limitations is provided in Appendix E. 2 Infrastructure Demand: F-16CGs at Hill AFB Time per Average Sortie Total Sortie Flight Type Sorties (minutes) Size BFM 752 40 1 BSA 1,128 40 2 CAS 357 50 2 DCA 1,203 35 4 SAT 1,474 35 4 SEAD-C 184 30 4 NOTE: SEAD = suppression of enemy air defenses. Required Infrastructure Time (hours) 674 506 200 236 289 31 _____________________________________________________________ (proximity) assessments are sensitive to them because fuel available to cruise to and from training areas is a function of fuel consumed in training events.
Infrastructure unknown” indicates that information on the airspace infrastructure is missing in the range and airspace database. bIndicates whether the area has the required length and width. cIndicates whether the floor of the area is low enough to meet requirements. dIndicates whether the ceiling of the area is high enough to meet requirements. 7 shows the number of fighter sorties that must be flown on routes with deficient characteristics. The only route characteristics on which we did not note deficiencies were segment below 300 feet (available on all routes), access to special use airspace (SUA) (available on all routes), and communications jamming (not required for any sortie type); accordingly, these characteristics were excluded from the table.
The analysis required the lateral ______________ 1Simulated delivery of ordnance requires an electronic scoring range, but information on electronic scoring ranges is not currently available in the range and airspace database. Thus, we were unable to evaluate these assets. 4 Annual Sorties on Routes and Ranges Within Maximum Free Cruising Distances (MFCDs) (Fighter Air-to-Ground [A/G] Sorties) Base Sorties Local A/G within MFCD % within MFCD DavisLocal A/G Monthan within MFCD % within MFCD Hill Local A/G within MFCD % within MFCD Moody Local A/G within MFCD % within MFCD Mt.
A Decision Support System for Evaluating Ranges and Airspace by Robbert et al