A Decision Support System for Evaluating Ranges and Airspace by Robbert et al

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DISTANCE OF ASSETS FROM HOME BASES For ranges and airspace to be useful, they must be in proximity to the home bases of the aircraft that use them. This is especially important for fighters, which have relatively short unrefueled ranges and for which aerial refueling on routine training missions is not a practical option. 3 and described in the accompanying text). 1. 2. 1 Maximum Free Cruising Distances (in nm) for Fighter Training Sorties Sortie Type A/OA-10 F-15C F-15E General AHC 283 219 485 F-16CG F-16CJ 172 172 172 Air-to-air ACM 283 146 218 88 88 88 BFM 283 79 145 88 88 88 DCA 209 242 88 88 88 OCA 209 242 88 88 88 144 348 247 247 247 SAT 144 222 100 100 100 FAC-A 144 CAS 144 222 100 100 100 OCA_ANTIHELO Air-to-ground BSA 144 SEAD 349 SEAD-C NOTE: OCA F-16GP = 100 100 offensive counter air.

Embedding this tabular information in a relational database (ideally, an extension of the range and airspace database) would have several advantages. It would make the information readily available in electronic form for other applications, such as programming for resources needed to support training. It would lead to standardization of terms used across MDS, increasing the coherence of the entire aircrew training system and facilitating the development and specification of multiple-MDS training requirements.

The first step would be to establish a requirement that these communities train together. 14Pilots we interviewed said that training with other MDS is very important, but the lack of a requirement for such training often discouraged an already-busy potential “partner MDS” from participating in such training. Elements of the Analytic Structure 21 each base/MDS/sortie-type combination. In the following paragraphs, we discuss, first, how the required number of sorties is calculated and, second, how the time required for each sortie is determined.

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