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1Deputy Director, Airfield Operations AFFSA/XAIndoctrinationBriefLt Col Jack CelieDeputy Director, Airfield OperationsHQ AFFSA/XA30 Jun 05
2XA OrganizationThis slide provides a brief history in bullet format Max 1 slides. Data should detail major past milestones and any future changes. Data will give a picture overtime for analysis purposes.
4XAO-Top Issues PAR simulators In the process of acquiring. No training policy yetCommon Delivery of Installations SupportForming Service Standards Team for Airfield OpsTower, Radar, Automation, TERPs core docs:Tower, Radar, Automation complete and publishedATC Services as Inherently GovernmentalAF/JAG reviewing policy for DoDMDS PlaybookNo direction at this timeIC3 toFirst coord complete, will be submitted to XA before sent for second coordGS-2152 IPT Recommendation Review10 recs by IPT. 9 addressed by XAO. Package on XA deskATC Training Database: Test beginning AugSafety Issues for AFSC DiscussionOrientation, look at HATR program, SIBs, possible bird radarATC training database:- Safety Issues for AFSC Discussion-- Pull HATR program management/take recs out-- All AOFs get account-- SIB participation-- Possible bird radar
5XAO-Top Issues Common Delivery of Installations Support Recent BRAC proposal included recommendations for “joint basing” opportunities to include 12 joint basing arrangementsCreated Common Delivery of Installation Support (CDIS) Work Group to:Develop policy and create “a strategic framework for delivery of installation support servicesEstablished Service Standard Teams (SST) to draft cross-service standardsAirfield Ops SST meets 28 Nov-2 DecNOTE: The main issue for us is that the CSAF said Airmen would open and operate airfields. Gen Fox, AF/ILE and OPR for this recommended the Air Force provide airfield operations for Army and Navy bases included in the 12 basing arrangementsCDIS will become the foundation for joint and regional basing agreements as mandated by BRAC BRAC 05 calls for 12 joint Basing arrangements. CDIS is the framework that will consolidate agreed to installation support functions at adjacent or nearby installations under one military department in order to reduce duplication and save money. Service Standard Teams (SST) will establish cross-service standards. Separate SSTs for Airfield Ops and Range Ops will meet 28 Nov- 2 Dec. Maj Decker was told that leadership has not decided how to approach Airfield Operations yet. The only information he received in that aspect is that the AF does not intend to give up that responsibility at any AF base and will probably expand our responsibility to cover the Navy and Army airfields in the joint basing agreements the AF is involved in
6XAO-Top Issues Navy Lead Army Lead AF Lead Common Delivery of Installations Support (Cont)Joint Base (JB) Pearl Harbor - Hickam, HINavy Base Guam / Andersen, GUJB Anacostia - Bolling - Naval Research Lab, DCNaval Station Norfolk / Ft Story, VAJB Lewis - McChord, WAJB Ft Myer - Henderson Hall, VACharleston / Naval WS Charleston, SCJB McGuire - Ft Dix - Naval AS Lakehurst, NJJB Andrews - Naval Air Facility Wash, MDJB Elmendorf - Richardson, AKLackland / Randolph / Ft Sam, TXLangley / Ft Eustis, VANavyLeadArmyLeadThese are the proposed joint basing arrangementsAFLead
7XAO-Top Issues IFR Services Inherently Governmental Pres Clinton signed Executive Order 13180, Dec , designating air traffic services as an inherently governmental functionPres Bush signed Executive Order 13264, Jun , deleting the phrase “an inherently governmental function” from Exec Order 13180DOT/FAA contract some towers but intend to maintain IFR and busier tower facilities as if they are inherently governmentalANG/SCF asked AFFSA if ANG could contract IFR services or do we follow DOT/FAA leadAFFSA/XA drafted a letter requesting AF/JAG perform a legal review-- No response to dateAFFSA/XA’s position: based on Exec order 13264, AF/ANG should be able to contract IFR servicesHQ ANG/SCF asked AFFSA/XA if Air Traffic Control is still classified as inherently governmental and whether or not it is now feasible to contract IFR services. Executive Order of June 4, 2002 amends Executive Order of Dec 7, 2000, which designated air traffic services as an inherently governmental function. Executive order says “Section 1. The first sentence of that order is amended by deleting ‘, an inherently governmental function,’”. AFFSA/XAO submitted a letter to AF/JAG asking for a legal review of the issue.AFFSA had asked a similar question in 1999, before Pres Clinton made ATC services inherently governmental. Legal did not give a straight answer one way or the other but basically said we should do what the FAA does even though there was no real legal reason to compel us to
8XAO-Top Issues MDS Playbook Phase One: Compile established “generic” tactics per MDS in a manner easily interpreted by ATCrs; received some info from AMWCAMWC POC is still working specific MDS information-- AMWC POC TDY this past month and has not provided info yetACC does not compile “generic” procedures at a central locationCC directed we develop an MDS playbook that outlines, by MDS, requirements for tactical approaches/arrivals to be distributed to bases in the AOR. XAO is working with the Air Mobility Warfare Center to acquire generic procedures for each MDS in AMC. ACC does not maintain procedures requirements at one location. Each unit develops their own. Once AMC provides us theirs we will acquire ACC MDS specific procedures for each location in the AOR.
9XAM – Top IssuesUpdating aircraft anti-hijacking procedures (AFI )Working with FAA…preparing draft for initial Air Staff coordImproving seven AM support equipment (UTC) packagesImproving equipment based on feedback from theater, technologyStaffing request to establish a funding line for UTCs (ECD: Jun 05)Developing AM Contingency TrainingContingency Ops Guide now published on the AFFSA websiteContract awarded to developed a Contingency Ops CBT…(ECD Jun 05)Joint Airfield Operations Advisory CouncilStandardize contingency airfield criteriaAssist sister services with training and proficiency concernsDrafting contract statement of work template for contract AM operationsCoord w/AF contracting office…standardized, sound starting pointAFIFAA is finalizing the E…we’re working to publish our revision, initial Air Staff coordination about to beginAM UTCTrucks upgraded to one-ton diesels, trailers upgraded to dual-axelStaffing a request for UTC sustainment funding, then find a permanent host unit.AM Contingency TrainingContingency Ops Guide (COG)…published on the AFFSA website in early Dec 04.Contracted the development of a contingency CBT to supplement COG…story board for module development is on-goingJoint Airfield Operations Advisory Council- Working with AFCESA and other services to standardize contingency airfield criteria- Also focusing on Army’s lack of training/proficiency…ref MC-130 mishap as an exampleStatement of Work- Draft at AF contracting for third and hopefully final look, then to MAJCOMs for coordination…similar initiative on ATC side1 Feb-05
10XAM Hot Issues Joint Airfield Operations Advisory Council Task…standardize AM & ATC procedures…emphasis on contingency opsMembership includes all service airfield operations policy makersMeets quarterlyUSAASA assumed chairperson role in May 05, one year termInitiatives:Standardize contingency airfield criteriaWorking with service civil engineering POCsInvestigate joint training opportunitiesStandardize contingency ATC procedures
11XAM Hot Issues Joint Tactical Radio System Waiver AM equipment UTC providing specially equipped vehicle and equipment to support airfield management at austere airfieldsSeven UTC packages maintained by AFFSAIncludes AN/PRC-148 radio systemOriginal purchase in 2002 included 12 radios…need 16 more to complete UTC packageDoD requires a waiver to purchase legacy radio systemsWaiver package currently at AFC2ISRC for final approvalXR has FY05 funding to procure radios once waiver is complete
12XAF – Top IssuesATC IPT (CSAF Brief) – Requested support for multiple initiatives21 Day Tech School Extension (FY 06?) – Single Track TrainingConversion of 333 military to 243 civilians over 4 year periodPush DoD Age 31 Waiver through OSD…matches FAAEstablish two ASVAB scores as entry requirementEstablish 6 year enlistmentInitiate study of controller payEnhance AF retention web siteOTP Consolidation – All officer training at Altus, OKReturn to single-track technical school course (teach tower & radar practical skills) and improve course curriculumArmed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) scores…General and Mechanical – Now both will be 55Age 31 Waiver - Ability to fill new civilian positions with right experienceStrategic Concept and Combat Skills draft training plans sent to the MAJCOMS for coordination/comment
13XAF Hot Issues Recruiting is not the problem…..Retention is the focus Briefed CSAF; approved initiatives Nov 04Six-year enlistments onlyChanged ASVAB requirements; General and Mechanical (55 both)Infusion of civilians to establish sustainable career field, FY06 – FY09Increased SDAP effective 1 Feb 05 (includes staff personnel)Levels paid based on experience21-day technical school extensionWill reduce field qualification time/elimination ratesMAJCOM fair share costing, FY07
14XAF Hot Issues Capabilities Based Manpower Determinant (CBMD) Replaces the 13E1 manpower standard1C1 complete; 1C7 & 13M in final stagesEvaluating above wing level positionsOfficer Training Program (OTP) ConsolidationAwaiting final decision on OTP location3 Officer & 6 Enlisted billets will be assigned as an AFFSA/DETATC Schoolhouse Consolidation (ITRO)Initiative to consolidate with sister servicesOn-going, initial meetings indicate this will not happen
15XAF Hot Issues International Affairs Officers 13M career broadening – two 13M’s to fill former 16F/P positionsXOO sent package to SAF/IAP requesting revalidation or relief due to manningAir Traffic System Evaluation Program (ATSEP)Program delegated to MAJCOMs, AFFSA provides guidance, semi-annual/annual trend analysis and augments teamsRe-recruiting initiative29 bases visited, remaining bases finished Aug/Sep 05Trips funded by AFPC, initial feedback positiveWill validate affect via CSAF & AFFSA Retention Surveys
17Career Field Stats: Air Traffic Controllers FY05 Retention numbersFirst Term = 30%Second Term = 35%Career Airman = 97%Total Auth: 2949 – Total Asgn: 3005 = 102% (67% qualified)Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) levels highest in AF: 4/ 6/ 5SRB capped at $60KChronic Critical Skills List E-5 - E-9E-5 – E-7 FY04 – 57 additional stripesE-8 & E-9 FY04 – 9 additional stripesE-8 & E-9 FY05 – 9 additional stripesThis graph shows % assigned against % authorized and if this was the only criterion we would be in great shape. However, it takes months to train an air traffic controller after tech school. The medium blue column depicts the qualified manning. The greatest concern is the red line which shows the 7/9 level manning as a % assigned against authorized. Based on historical retention numbers (and other factors considered by AF analysis (DPYE)) experienced manning will reach critical levels. The drop forecasted does not take into consideration increased FAA hiring and may represent our best case scenario. In other words, it may go lower than forecasted.
19Career Field Stats: Airfield Management 37 of 75 bases operating under reduced manning waivers (1 AM at counter)SRB zeroed outChronic Critical Skills List Promotion Increases to SMSgt3 additional E-8 stripes for FY05CMSgt manning; Auth 10 / Assigned 8 = 80%New AFSC (1C7X1) separates AM from ARMS (1 Nov 04)FY05 training production rate dropped to 10 NPS for force shapingWill return to 74 for FY06Airfield management 7/9-skill level manning is 86% and expected to drop to 60% in FY05. These personnel are critical to ensure a safe environment for airfield operations and provide experienced supervision.Competition for our experienced personnel comes from local, state and federal airports with varying pay scales based on airport complexity. In addition, DoD civilian and other aviation related career paths (FAA, NTSB, etc.) exist which far outweigh AF compensation.
20Career Field Stats: Airfield Operations Officer RAW Data Mar 05
21XAR – Top Issues Airfield Operations Deployment IPT Strategic Concept developed…addresses deployment issuesCombat Skills Training Working Group developed draft training plan…key to ensuring personnel are ready for deployment
22XAR Hot Issues AEF Cycle 6 Waiver to 2-Hit/Teaming Posturing Policy Airfield Ops has historically operated under a waiver to the AEF Target Base Alignment UTC posturing protocol, due to manning shortages and home station support requirementsWaiver allows MAJCOM FAMs to posture their bases’ UTCs across the full spectrum of AEF pairs (i.e., “multi-hit” or “peanut butter spread”)Per XA tasker, MAJCOM FAMs recently completed a UTC posturing drill IAW the Target Base Alignment Template; data projects significant UTC shortages across the spectrum of AEF pairsXAR is currently preparing the Cycle 6 waiver request for XOO coord, using the posturing drill, manning and AFWUS data; suspense to XOXW is 15 Jul 05POC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSNCommand Directed safety investigation (concluded Mar ’04) identified requirement in AOR for controller use of NVGsSome were/were not using this equipment, no training, or standard employmentAFFSA teamed with Night Vision Center of Excellence (Tuscon, AZ), to work up standard training programKudos for NV Center for their ability to acquire 24 sets for our useGeneration 3 equipment, binocular type, hand held, standard aviation …. meets the need of ATC for use in situational awareness in a mixed lighting environmentAFFSA personnel went to NV Center to work up a new CBT for ATC using the existing programs utilized for basic aircrew trainingFocusing/checking the equipment will be done through wall projection NVG “eye chart”. For locations without projection equipment, a paper version is being developedStep by step procedures includedAlthough this sounds rudimentary, must remember that many controllers have never been exposed to NVG use. Use of NVGs, lights out, in the NAS is not the norm (only exposure may be at Hurlburt)Next phase of CBT development will include photos from a contingency tower in a mixed light environmentNVD “Kits” will be comprised of focusing procedures/equipment, CBT, and the NVGsCENTAF A3-ATC Forward and Rear are evaluating their requirements and will advise on shipping instructionsSIDE NOTE:NVGs have been added to the table of allowance for ATC Tower UTCs and at base level. Not funded at this time. These NVGs are viewed as a ‘gap filler’ until equipment can be purchased.NVD specifications outlined in the AFI and on unit/UTC tables of allowance are specific to DoD aviation NVD standard—that is the 4949G…best image clarity/presentation for controllers improves safety of flight.
23XAR Hot Issues AFI 13-220 Revision Draft version of the revised AFI , Deployment of Airfield Operations, was recently coordinated with MAJCOM Airfield Ops functionalsMost MAJCOM functionals concurred with the draft with little or no comment, but a couple had concerns with the overall scope and flow of the document (e.g., too much of an “AEF 101”; not enough actual detail regarding Airfield Ops involvement/role in deployed ops)Way Ahead: XAR is coordinating an XAR/MAJCOM FAM working group meeting to work through the issues and formulate a revised AFI; planning on an early Aug meetingPOC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSN
24XAR Hot Issues Airfield Ops Combat Skills Training (CST) Per Apr 05 Airfield Ops Exec Session tasker, ACC and ANG functionals have convened a working group to develop a proposal for a single Airfield Ops Tactical Readiness Center (AOTRC) that will provide CST to all active duty / ANG Airfield Ops personnelProposal deliverables include location (New London, NC, is the front-runner), equipment/facilities availability, curriculum, organizational structure, and resources (i.e., funding and manpower requirements)Goal is to be able to “train as we deploy” by providing CST for AOF leadership, ATC, AM, TERPS, and DATCALS maintenance in both general session and/or functional environmentsXAR is awaiting interim update from working group POCsPOC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSN
25XAR Hot Issues Airfield Management Equipment UTC UTC provides specially-equipped vehicle and associated equipment to support Airfield Management ops at austere airfieldsRequirement emerged from Jul 02 TFEL / Airfield Ops combat hotwash as AFFSA #1 funding priorityFY02 fallout funds ($230K) procured 2 complete UTCsCurrent Status7 total UTC packages now existAwaiting JTRS waiver to procure radios for 4 of the systemsFuture ActionsIdentify permanent pilot unit tomanage UTC logistics detailsPOC: AFFSA/XAR, TSgt Blevins, DSN
26Deployed Personnel Status Max Surge13M (39)1C7X1 (113) (formerly 1C0X1)1C1X1 (340)26 LocationsCurrent Requirements13M (23)1C7X1 (46)1C1X1 (123)14 LocationsLocationsOIF: Ali (Tallil), Kirkuk, Balad, Baghdad, Al Udied,Al Dhafra, Ali Al Salem, Islamabad, TashkentOEF: AO contracted; 13M QAE at BagramOther: Moron, Tuzla, Tyndall
32XAE – Top IssuesSWA AOR Support – Providing Site Surveys and Installation assistance for permanent installs of ASR, NAVAIDs in Iraq and AfghanistanWorking with AFCESA to strengthen CE survey training programs in support of accuracies required for TERPS useImproved Modeling and Simulation capability used to predict impacts of changes environment surrounding NAVAIDsXR Support – DASR, MACS procurement effortsAFI rewriteSupport to XR’s DASR and MACS procurement efforts continue specifically DASR optimization procedures are being hashed out, and MACS performance requirements are a matter of contention.
33XAE Hot Issues MPN-25 – [appears to be closed] Certification procedures needed to get system on-the-air are completeWe identified system were not providing equivalent level of safety, appropriate test equipment had not been fieldedRequired test equipment items have been sourced from bases transitioning to DASRTwo systems in theater are certified for IFR useCENTAF AOR Support In recent years we have seen increases in support for CENTAF AORCaused by two major factors: new bases in SWA, loss of E&I at Keeslermeeting requirements now, siting requires most experienced techs, training at home is falling behind, beginning to impact eval scheduleMPN-25 Efforts: We have (in conjuction with AMC) developed the procedures needed to certify the system, in this process we found that the test equipment originally packaged with the system was insufficient to ensure the system was providing an equivalent level of safety to other systems (TPN-19, MPN-14K). Specifically, UPM-155s (interrogator test sets) were not procured and are necessary for the secondary radar. Three UPM-155s were sourced from bases transitioning to DASR (does not require UPM-155) therefore believe this issue has been resolved. Recommendation: Informational only, no action needed at this time.CENTAF AOR Support: In the past few years we have seen an increase in site survey and NAVAID installation support requests from CENTAF AOR. This increase is mostly is because Engineering and Installation squadrons are no longer performing this mission. Sometimes this support can be handled by desktop study and sometimes it requires personnel in theater. For the last few years, there hasn't been a limit placed on the number of days TDY for each technician, the average number of days TDY in the division is around 120 days with some of the civilians reaching over 200 days per year. If a limit is placed on number of days we can send personnel TDY, and personnel numbers remain the same it will require a reduction in the regular eval schedule we can complete in order to support CENTAF requirements.
34XAE Hot IssuesMACS support - XR has recently required lots of support for MACS testingOne tech TDY 140 days this year with 19 more days planned, another tech TDY 60 days for MACSwe can meet these needs now, but if requirements increase or the number of days TDY is limited, it may have an effect on the regular eval scheduleManningWould like to make permanent one temporary civilian position that expires in Have asked the 11th Wing Personnel how to POM for an additional position.Wiould like to convert all SrA to SSgt Slots, this would greatly decrease training requirements, improving our ability to perform the mission because it would reduce the work load on our senior technicians MACS support: We can support the eval schedule as planned, and support the two techs for MACS. Additional technicians will need to come from our pool of fixed-base radar technicians, putting them on MACS for a year would require a retraining period to get them back up to speed.
35XAE Hot Issues DASR Commissioning/Optimization: We are now able to commission DASRs, five DASR systems are already commissioned-some have had return visits for optimizationOptimization methods are still being worked so "comparing notes" we have been doing with Raytheon and FAA will be required for the next year or two - result will be an Air Force integral capability to optimize systemsCivilian promotionsAlready upgraded 3 of 8 positions in XAE (2 GS-14s and one GS-13)Packages for upgrading the other 5 positions (all GS-12s) were submitted in late May. Waiting to hear the results of review by 11th WingMilitary positions have been consistently downgraded over the years. O/a 1993, all the positions in XAE were TSgt or higher. Now, most of the positions are SrA or SSgt slots.Training: since we do all our training while TDY (except CBTs) no equipment here to train on, this is not the place for a junior technician to build experience. Capt Castor will contact Chief Watlington, the AF 2E functional to explore the possibility of raising the grades of our 5 SrA slots to SSgts.
36XAE Hot Issues ILS localizer modification project XAE signed up to support ILS modification project years agoLast phase (one year follow-ups) are one-third completeXAE has completed our share of modification follow-ups, but we are taking on additional visits as we travel to other bases for baseline evaluationsNo significant impact resulting from delaying one-year follow-upsPOC: AFFSA/XAE, Capt Castor, DSNall that is left to do are the one-year post-installation follow-up evaluations. Of the original 142 systems, 44 have been completed, and the MAJCOMS will take a number of the remaining systems. We have already done our share of the systems, but because we visit bases for other evals we will perform the vast majority of the systems when we are already there. There will be no impact to performing the one-year follow-up late as long as the systems continue to pass flight check and local maintenance shows the systems is within tolerance.
38New System Installations STARS 8 of 46 AF RAPCONs w/associated towers are operational as of 1 Feb 05Eglin AFB, FloridaMcGuire AFB, NJLaughlin AFB, TXWhite Sands Missile Range (Hollomon AFB)Alpena ANG, MILuke AFB, AZMoody AFB, GAColumbus AFB, MS
39New System Installations STARS 13 of 43 AF stand-alone Towers are operational as of 1 Feb 05Westover ARB, MAOffutt AFB, NEPease AFB, NHQuonset ANG, RIRandolph (East and West)Kelly Annex TXLackland, Kelly AFBMcChord AFB, WARickenbacker ANGB, OHPatrick AFB, FLTinker AFB, OKVandenberg AFB, CADavis Monthan
40Upcoming STARS Installations Travis AFB, CA -- In progressJohnstown (ANG), PA – In progressEllington, TX Tower– Jul 05Barksdale AFB, LA Tower– July 05Ellsworth AFB SD – FY06Yokota AB JP – FY07
41New System Installations TSS 75 of 92 systems are installed as of: 1 Feb 05All remaining locations to be complete by Jun 05Pease KunsanOsan Klamath FallsNew London/Stanley ColumbusSpangdahlem DoverRamstein 22STSAlpena MacDillMildenhall AvianoLakenheath Incirlick
42QUESTIONS/COMMENTS? Col Sandra Serafin Director, Airfield Operations HQ AFFSA/XA
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45AFFSA Organization Det 2 FAA Reps 183 Personnel Herndon, VA St Louis, MOOklahoma City, OKBrussels, Belgium183 Personnel67 officers73 enlisted34 civilian4 IMA5 contractorsAndrews AFB, MDRamstein AB, GERandolph AFB, TXHanscom AFB, MA
46AFFSA Quick LookMission - Develop, standardize, evaluate and certify USAF policy,procedures and equipment to support global flightoperations and centrally manage Air Traffic Control andLanding Systems (ATCALS) for the Air ForceImpact on AF mission capabilityEnable integrated, standardized AF global flight operationsEnsure sustainment and modernization of ATCALS AF-widePermit certified all-weather flight operations at contingency air basesIn short, provide safe and effective worldwide access for 6,000+ AF aircraftCustomersAircrews, JFACCs, AF/XO, military and civil users of controlled airspace, MAJCOMs, ANG and NORADWho levies taskings?AF/XO, AF/XOO, OSD/C3I, AF/CIO, Combatant Commands, FAAWe need a hard hitting mission statement to evaluate the organizations contribution across the AF. Questions are not all inclusive but should be used to build the response. The questions speak for themselves.