F-22 Radar Cross Section Testing Facility

Report
75th Air Base Wing
MILCON Projects in
Design/Construction
FY10 – FY11
Russ Thompson
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Overview
75TH AIR BASE WING
 Approved
 Funded
Projects Not Yet Started
Projects Awaiting Award
 Awarded
 Projects
Projects in Design
to be Completed in the Next
Two Years
Approved Projects Not Yet Started
75TH AIR BASE WING
 F-35
Flight Simulator Facility
 F-22 T-10 Engine Test Cell
Approved Projects Not Yet
Started - Site Locations
75TH AIR BASE WING
1
F-35 Flight Simulator Facility
2
F-22 T-10 Engine Test Facility
2
18
9
16
17
15
10
1
1
3
12
13
5
8
2
7
14
11
6
4
Funded Projects Not Yet Awarded
75TH AIR BASE WING
 Construct
Hayman Type Igloo Bldg. 2590
 PCC Apron NW End Taxiway A
Funded Projects Not Yet
Awarded - Site Locations
75TH AIR BASE WING
1
1
Construct Hyman Type Igloo Bldg. 2590
2
PCC Apron NW End Taxiway A
2
18
9
16
17
15
10
1
3
12
13
5
8
2
7
14
11
6
4
Awarded Projects in Design
75TH AIR BASE WING
 Three-Bay
Fire Station
 F-22 Radar Cross Section Testing Facility
 Reserve Squad Ops/AMU Facility
 Child Development Center
Awarded Projects in Design
- Site Locations
75TH AIR BASE WING
1
Three-Bay Fire Station
2
F-22 Radar Cross Section Testing Facility
3
Reserve Squad Ops/AMU Facility
4
Child Development Center
1
2
18
9
16
17
15
3
13
4
10
1
3
12
5
8
2
7
14
11
6
4
Three-Bay Fire Station
75TH AIR BASE WING
5,043 SF Satellite fire
station to be built on
the east side of the
runway to protect
facilities and provide
emergency response
services in an area
beyond the 5-minute
response time of bldg.
9. Using
Organization: 775
CES/CEF
F-22 Radar Cross Section
Testing Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
49,826 SF High Bay
industrial production
facility to test the low
observable radar
characteristics of a full
size F-22 fighter aircraft.
Also designed for dual
use to test the F-35
fighter Using
Organization: 309 CMX
Reserve Squad Ops/AMU
Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
12,249 SF Two story
squadron operations and
aircraft maintenance unit
facility to collocate the
operations of two 419
Reserve FW squadrons
with the 388 FW at the
388 FW compound, as an
essential part of the Total
Force Integration
program Using
Organization: 419
Reserve FW
Child Development Center
75TH AIR BASE WING
35,693 SF Single story
Child Development
Center in addition to the
existing CDC to
accommodate an increase
of 305 children of both
military and civilian
personnel due to new
missions. Using
Organization: 75 ABW/SV
Projects to be Completed in the
Next Two Years
75TH AIR BASE WING
 F-22
Fueled Composite Aircraft
Overhaul/Test Facility
 F-22 Heavy Maintenance Facility and
Composite Back Shop
 Munitions Maintenance Facility
 Alter Bldg. 295 for BRAC Engine CIRF
 BRAC Renovate LANTIRN CIRF, Bldgs 584 &
578
 Hydraulic Flight Control Facility
 Aircraft Power Systems Repair Facility
 Hydrant Fuel System
Projects to be Completed in the
Next Two Years – Site Locations
75TH AIR BASE WING
1
2
1
F-22 Fueled Composite Aircraft
Overhaul/Test Facility
2
F-22 Heavy Maintenance
Facility & Composite Back Shop
3
Munitions Maintenance Facility
4
Alter Bldg. 295 for BRAC
Engine CIRF
5
BRAC Renovate LANTIRN
CIRF, Bldgs 584 & 578
6
Hydraulic Flight Control Facility
7
Aircraft Power Systems Repair
Facility
8
Hydrant Fuel System
18
9
16
3
17
15
14
3
12
13
5
7 6
5
8
10
1
8
4
11
2
7
6
4
F-22 Fueled Composite
Aircraft Overhaul/Test Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
65,172 SF Medium bay
fighter hanger with five
repair docks, three of
which are equipped as
paint booths. Project
includes a 5,738 SF
administrative support
core.
F-22 Heavy Maintenance Facility
and Composite Back Shop
75TH AIR BASE WING
105,271 SF Multi-dock
medium bay fighter
maintenance hangar
with an aircraft
component production
area and
administrative support
core specifically for
the new F-22
maintenance mission.
Using Organization:
309 AMX
Munitions Maintenance Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
25,165 SF Single
story medium bay
maintenance shop to
provide centralized
command and
control for munitions
inspection and
maintenance. Using
Organization: 388
FW
Alter Bldg. 295 for BRAC
Engine CIRF
75TH AIR BASE WING
29,245 Selective
demolition, repair,
and new construction
to transform bldg.
295 into a fully
functional jet engine
Consolidated
Intermediate Repair
Facility (CIRF).
Using Organization:
388 FW
N
BRAC Renovate LANTIRN
CIRF, Bldgs 584 & 578
75TH AIR BASE WING
Renovate bldgs. 584 and
578 to meet LowAltitude Navigation and
Infrared of Night
(LANTIRN) Consolidation
Intermediate Repair
Facility (CIRF) to
accommodate added
workload due to mission
realignments. Using
Organization: 388 FW
Hydraulic Flight Control LEAN
Transformation Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
20,000 SF Two story
addition to Bldg. 503 to
provide LEAN Cells and
significantly improve the
efficiency of the aircraft
hydraulic component
repair process. Using
Organization: 309 CMX
Aircraft Power Systems Repair
Transformation Facility
75TH AIR BASE WING
31,495 SF Medium Bay
aircraft auxiliary drive
engine and gearbox
components overhaul
and repair shop that will
provide LEAN cells and
significantly improve the
efficiency of the aircraft
component repair
process. Using
Organization: 309 CMX
Hydrant Fuel System
75TH AIR BASE WING
Type III Phillips hydrant
refueling system to
include 10 hydrants plus
pump system with
controls, two above
ground storage tanks
and one truck fill stand.
Using Organization: 75
LRS/Fuels
75TH AIR BASE WING
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