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1 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Headquarters U.S. Air Force AFFSA/XA Indoctrination Brief Lt Col Jack Celie Deputy Director, Airfield Operations HQ AFFSA/XA 30 Jun 05

2 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 2 XA Organization

3 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 3 XAO Division

4 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 4 PAR simulators In the process of acquiring. No training policy yet Common Delivery of Installations Support Forming Service Standards Team for Airfield Ops Tower, Radar, Automation, TERPs core docs: Tower, Radar, Automation complete and published ATC Services as Inherently Governmental AF/JAG reviewing policy for DoD MDS Playbook No direction at this time IC3 to First coord complete, will be submitted to XA before sent for second coord GS-2152 IPT Recommendation Review 10 recs by IPT. 9 addressed by XAO. Package on XA desk ATC Training Database: Test beginning Aug Safety Issues for AFSC Discussion Orientation, look at HATR program, SIBs, possible bird radar XAO-Top Issues

5 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 5 Common Delivery of Installations Support Recent BRAC proposal included recommendations for “joint basing” opportunities to include 12 joint basing arrangements Created Common Delivery of Installation Support (CDIS) Work Group to: Develop policy and create “a strategic framework for delivery of installation support services Established Service Standard Teams (SST) to draft cross-service standards Airfield Ops SST meets 28 Nov-2 Dec NOTE: 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 arrangements XAO-Top Issues

6 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 6 XAO-Top Issues 1.Joint Base (JB) Pearl Harbor - Hickam, HI 2.Navy Base Guam / Andersen, GU 3.JB Anacostia - Bolling - Naval Research Lab, DC 4.Naval Station Norfolk / Ft Story, VA 5.JB Lewis - McChord, WA 6.JB Ft Myer - Henderson Hall, VA 7.Charleston / Naval WS Charleston, SC 8.JB McGuire - Ft Dix - Naval AS Lakehurst, NJ 9.JB Andrews - Naval Air Facility Wash, MD 10.JB Elmendorf - Richardson, AK 11.Lackland / Randolph / Ft Sam, TX 12.Langley / Ft Eustis, VA Navy Lead Army Lead AF Lead Common Delivery of Installations Support (Cont)

7 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 7 IFR Services Inherently Governmental Pres Clinton signed Executive Order 13180, Dec , designating air traffic services as an inherently governmental function Pres Bush signed Executive Order 13264, Jun , deleting the phrase “an inherently governmental function” from Exec Order DOT/FAA contract some towers but intend to maintain IFR and busier tower facilities as if they are inherently governmental ANG/SCF asked AFFSA if ANG could contract IFR services or do we follow DOT/FAA lead AFFSA/XA drafted a letter requesting AF/JAG perform a legal review -- No response to date AFFSA/XA’s position: based on Exec order 13264, AF/ANG should be able to contract IFR services XAO-Top Issues

8 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 8 MDS Playbook Phase One: Compile established “generic” tactics per MDS in a manner easily interpreted by ATCrs; received some info from AMWC AMWC POC is still working specific MDS information -- AMWC POC TDY this past month and has not provided info yet ACC does not compile “generic” procedures at a central location XAO-Top Issues

9 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 9 Updating aircraft anti-hijacking procedures (AFI ) Working with FAA…preparing draft for initial Air Staff coord Improving seven AM support equipment (UTC) packages Improving equipment based on feedback from theater, technology Staffing request to establish a funding line for UTCs (ECD: Jun 05) Developing AM Contingency Training Contingency Ops Guide now published on the AFFSA website Contract awarded to developed a Contingency Ops CBT…(ECD Jun 05) Joint Airfield Operations Advisory Council Standardize contingency airfield criteria Assist sister services with training and proficiency concerns Drafting contract statement of work template for contract AM operations Coord w/AF contracting office…standardized, sound starting point XAM – Top Issues 1 Feb-05

10 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 10 Joint Airfield Operations Advisory Council Task…standardize AM & ATC procedures…emphasis on contingency ops Membership includes all service airfield operations policy makers Meets quarterly USAASA assumed chairperson role in May 05, one year term Initiatives: Standardize contingency airfield criteria Working with service civil engineering POCs Investigate joint training opportunities Standardize contingency ATC procedures XAM Hot Issues

11 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 11 XAM Hot Issues Joint Tactical Radio System Waiver AM equipment UTC providing specially equipped vehicle and equipment to support airfield management at austere airfields Seven UTC packages maintained by AFFSA Includes AN/PRC-148 radio system Original purchase in 2002 included 12 radios…need 16 more to complete UTC package DoD requires a waiver to purchase legacy radio systems Waiver package currently at AFC2ISRC for final approval XR has FY05 funding to procure radios once waiver is complete

12 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 12 XAF – Top Issues ATC IPT (CSAF Brief) – Requested support for multiple initiatives 21 Day Tech School Extension (FY 06?) – Single Track Training Conversion of 333 military to 243 civilians over 4 year period Push DoD Age 31 Waiver through OSD…matches FAA Establish two ASVAB scores as entry requirement Establish 6 year enlistment Initiate study of controller pay Enhance AF retention web site OTP Consolidation – All officer training at Altus, OK

13 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 13 Recruiting is not the problem…..Retention is the focus Briefed CSAF; approved initiatives Nov 04 Six-year enlistments only Changed ASVAB requirements; General and Mechanical (55 both) Infusion of civilians to establish sustainable career field, FY06 – FY09 Increased SDAP effective 1 Feb 05 (includes staff personnel) Levels paid based on experience 21-day technical school extension Will reduce field qualification time/elimination rates MAJCOM fair share costing, FY07 XAF Hot Issues

14 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 14 Capabilities Based Manpower Determinant (CBMD) Replaces the 13E1 manpower standard 1C1 complete; 1C7 & 13M in final stages Evaluating above wing level positions Officer Training Program (OTP) Consolidation Awaiting final decision on OTP location 3 Officer & 6 Enlisted billets will be assigned as an AFFSA/DET ATC Schoolhouse Consolidation (ITRO) Initiative to consolidate with sister services On-going, initial meetings indicate this will not happen XAF Hot Issues

15 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 15 International Affairs Officers 13M career broadening – two 13M’s to fill former 16F/P positions XOO sent package to SAF/IAP requesting revalidation or relief due to manning Air Traffic System Evaluation Program (ATSEP) Program delegated to MAJCOMs, AFFSA provides guidance, semi- annual/annual trend analysis and augments teams Re-recruiting initiative 29 bases visited, remaining bases finished Aug/Sep 05 Trips funded by AFPC, initial feedback positive Will validate affect via CSAF & AFFSA Retention Surveys XAF Hot Issues

16 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 16 1C1 Manning Statistics Air Traffic Control Skill Level Current Auth / Asgn 3-level274%279%284%399 / 1,131 5-level68%81%83%1,606 / 1,326 7-level82%74%73%971 / level35%46%41%91 / 37 ATC Retention 1 st Term (Goal) 2 nd Term (Goal) Career (Goal) 46% (55%) 65% (75%) 100% (95%) Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) Levels ATCAM Zone A4.00 Zone B6.00 Zone C4.00

17 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 17 Career Field Stats: Air Traffic Controllers FY05 Retention numbers First 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/ 5 SRB capped at $60K Chronic Critical Skills List E-5 - E-9 E-5 – E-7 FY04 – 57 additional stripes E-8 & E-9 FY04 – 9 additional stripes E-8 & E-9 FY05 – 9 additional stripes

18 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 18 1C7 Manning Statistics Airfield Management Skill Level Current Auth / Asgn 3-level166%193%203%148 / level68%69%67%433 / level82%95%94%215 / level43%40%37%30 / 11 AM Retention 1 st Term (Goal) 2 nd Term (Goal) Career (Goal) 60% (55%) 80% (75%) 95% (95%) Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) Levels ATCAM Zone A4.00 Zone B6.00 Zone C4.00

19 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 19 SRB zeroed out Chronic Critical Skills List Promotion Increases to SMSgt 3 additional E-8 stripes for FY05 CMSgt 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 shaping Will return to 74 for FY06 Career Field Stats: Airfield Management 37 of 75 bases operating under reduced manning waivers (1 AM at counter)

20 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 20 Career Field Stats: Airfield Operations Officer RAW Data Mar 05

21 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 21 XAR – Top Issues Airfield Operations Deployment IPT Strategic Concept developed…addresses deployment issues Combat Skills Training Working Group developed draft training plan…key to ensuring personnel are ready for deployment

22 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 22 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 requirements Waiver 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 pairs XAR 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 05 POC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSN XAR Hot Issues

23 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 23 XAR Hot Issues AFI Revision Draft version of the revised AFI , Deployment of Airfield Operations, was recently coordinated with MAJCOM Airfield Ops functionals Most 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 meeting POC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSN

24 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 24 XAR 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 personnel Proposal 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 environments XAR is awaiting interim update from working group POCs POC: AFFSA/XAR, Maj Steve Dion, DSN

25 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 25 XAR Hot Issues Airfield Management Equipment UTC UTC provides specially-equipped vehicle and associated equipment to support Airfield Management ops at austere airfields Requirement emerged from Jul 02 TFEL / Airfield Ops combat hotwash as AFFSA #1 funding priority FY02 fallout funds ($230K) procured 2 complete UTCs Current Status 7 total UTC packages now exist Awaiting JTRS waiver to procure radios for 4 of the systems Future Actions Identify permanent pilot unit to manage UTC logistics details POC: AFFSA/XAR, TSgt Blevins, DSN

26 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 26 Deployed Personnel Status Max Surge 13M (39) 1C7X1 (113) (formerly 1C0X1) 1C1X1 (340) 26 Locations Current Requirements 13M (23) 1C7X1 (46) 1C1X1 (123) 14 Locations Locations  OIF: Ali (Tallil), Kirkuk, Balad, Baghdad, Al Udied, Al Dhafra, Ali Al Salem, Islamabad, Tashkent  OEF: AO contracted; 13M QAE at Bagram  Other: Moron, Tuzla, Tyndall

27 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 27 SAUDI ARABIA IRAQ IRAN UZBEKISTAN KUWAIT TAJIKISTAN AFGHANISTAN Bagram, Afghanistan** 13M – 1 QAE Islamabad, Pakistan 13M – 2 LNO 1CO – 1 AM LNO 1C1 – 1 Airspace Karshi-Khanabad, Uzbekistan** AO Deployed Personnel - OEF PAKISTAN Manas, Kyrgyzstan** INDIA KYRGYZSTAN TURKMENISTAN KAZAKSTAN Tashkent, Uzbekistan 13M – 1 LNO TURKEY ** Converted to Contract Ops Khandahar, Afghanistan **

28 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 28 AO Deployed Personnel - OIF Tallil, Iraq 13M - 1 1C C1 – 28 Baghdad, Iraq Wing CFACC Liaison 13M – 1 13M - 1 1C C1 – 8 Kirkuk, Iraq 13M - 2 1C C1 – 27 Ali Al Salem, Kuwait 1C7 – 4 1C1 - 3 KUWAIT IRAQ Al Udeid, Qatar Wing Combat Airspace ATC Cell AMD Cell 13M – 1 13M – 2 13M –4 1C C7 – 7 1C C7 – 1 1C1 – 12 Civ – 2 1C1 – 3 Civ - 1 Al Dhafra, UAE 13M - 1 1C7 – 4 1C1 – 5 Balad, Iraq 13M - 2 1C C1 – 28

29 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 29 1C7 Deployments Data: AEF Blue through AEF 1/2 (June 2003 through Dec 2004)

30 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 30 1C1 Deployments Data: AEF Blue through AEF 1/2 (June 2003 through Dec 2004)

31 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 31 XAE Division

32 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 32 XAE – Top Issues SWA AOR Support – Providing Site Surveys and Installation assistance for permanent installs of ASR, NAVAIDs in Iraq and Afghanistan Working with AFCESA to strengthen CE survey training programs in support of accuracies required for TERPS use Improved Modeling and Simulation capability used to predict impacts of changes environment surrounding NAVAIDs XR Support – DASR, MACS procurement efforts AFI rewrite

33 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 33 MPN-25 – [appears to be closed] Certification procedures needed to get system on-the-air are complete We identified system were not providing equivalent level of safety, appropriate test equipment had not been fielded Required test equipment items have been sourced from bases transitioning to DASR Two systems in theater are certified for IFR use CENTAF AOR Support In recent years we have seen increases in support for CENTAF AOR Caused by two major factors: new bases in SWA, loss of E&I at Keesler meeting requirements now, siting requires most experienced techs, training at home is falling behind, beginning to impact eval schedule XAE Hot Issues

34 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 34 MACS support - XR has recently required lots of support for MACS testing One tech TDY 140 days this year with 19 more days planned, another tech TDY 60 days for MACS we 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 schedule Manning Would 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 XAE Hot Issues

35 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 35 XAE Hot Issues DASR Commissioning/Optimization: We are now able to commission DASRs, five DASR systems are already commissioned-some have had return visits for optimization Optimization 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 systems Civilian promotions Already 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 Wing

36 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 36 XAE Hot Issues ILS localizer modification project XAE signed up to support ILS modification project years ago Last phase (one year follow-ups) are one-third complete XAE has completed our share of modification follow-ups, but we are taking on additional visits as we travel to other bases for baseline evaluations No significant impact resulting from delaying one-year follow-ups POC: AFFSA/XAE, Capt Castor, DSN

37 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 37 New Systems, Manning and Deployment Status Data

38 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 38 8 of 46 AF RAPCONs w/associated towers are operational as of 1 Feb 05 Eglin AFB, Florida McGuire AFB, NJ Laughlin AFB, TX White Sands Missile Range (Hollomon AFB) Alpena ANG, MI Luke AFB, AZ Moody AFB, GA Columbus AFB, MS New System Installations STARS

39 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e of 43 AF stand-alone Towers are operational as of 1 Feb 05 Westover ARB, MA Offutt AFB, NE Pease AFB, NH Quonset ANG, RI Randolph (East and West) Kelly Annex TX Lackland, Kelly AFB McChord AFB, WA Rickenbacker ANGB, OH Patrick AFB, FL Tinker AFB, OK Vandenberg AFB, CA Davis Monthan New System Installations STARS

40 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 40 Upcoming STARS Installations Travis AFB, CA -- In progress Johnstown (ANG), PA – In progress Ellington, TX Tower– Jul 05 Barksdale AFB, LA Tower– July 05 Ellsworth AFB SD – FY06 Yokota AB JP – FY07

41 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e of 92 systems are installed as of: 1 Feb 05 All remaining locations to be complete by Jun 05 PeaseKunsan OsanKlamath Falls New London/StanleyColumbus SpangdahlemDover Ramstein22STS AlpenaMacDill MildenhallAviano LakenheathIncirlick New System Installations TSS

42 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Headquarters U.S. Air Force QUESTIONS/COMMENTS? Col Sandra Serafin Director, Airfield Operations HQ AFFSA/XA

43 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 43 Back-Up Slides

44 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 44 LT COL ROBBINS DSN NUCLEAR WEAPONS & COUNTERPROLIFERATIO N AGENCY KIRTLAND AFB BGEN (S) HOLMES COL TIREVOLD EXEC: MAJ SHEIE EXEC: CAPT SCHALLES TSGT SCHRAMM MS HARRIS DEPFOR FORCE PROTECTION XOS-F 1E270 MR BISHOP INFO SECURITY XOS-FI ROSSLYN COL HARPER FORCE PROTECTION XOS-FP ROSSLYN COL McBRIEN PLANS, POLICY & PROGRAMMING XOS-FX ROSSLYN COL SALLEY DSN AF SECURITY FORCES CENTER FOA-CC LACKLAND AFB COL DILLARD DSN FORCE PROTECTION BATTLE LAB LACKLAND AFB COL MONTEITH DEPFOR SPACE OPERATIONS & INTEGRATION XOS-S COL HUDSON SPACE OPERATIONS XOS-SO 5C161 COL (S) McGEE SPACE LAUNCHES & RANGES XOS-SR ROSSLYN COL HYATT DEPFOR NUCLEAR OPERATIONS XOS-N COL WOLF COUNTERPROLIFERATI ON XOS-FC 5C321 COL HYATT OPERATIONS XOS-NO 4A870 MR CONNORS NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY XOS-NP 5C321 COL DOSS DEPFOR HOMELAND SECURITY XOS-H 4D237 COL SCISS AIR FORCE AUXILLARY CIVIL AIR PATROL XOS-HA ROSSLYN COL GARRISON CIVIL SUPPORT XOS-HC ROSSLYN COL MARSH HOMELAND DEFENSE XOS-HD ROSSLYN COL WHICKER PLANS, INTEGRATION & TRANSFORMATION XOS-HP ROSSLYN COL GARRISON AF NATIONAL SECURITY EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS AGENCY ROSSLYN MGEN BURG SES DR MULLINS EXEC: MAJ REBHOLZ EXEC: CAPT DIXON CMSGT MEADS ANG ASST: COL DUNHAM DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC SECURITY XOS 4E1048 SPACE PROGRAM & INTEGRATION XOS-SI 4B136 COL WREATH COL HALE SPACE CONTROL XOS-SC 4A872 BGEN (S) KOWALSKI MR GILLIGAN SSGT BROWN MS SOLOMAN DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR CONOPS CHAMPIONS XOX-CONOPS 4D237 COL (S) HARRISON GLOBAL MOBILITY XOX-GM ROSSLYN COL SCHNEIDER GLOBAL STRIKE XOX-GS ROSSLYN COL MARTIN INTEGRATION XOX-INT ROSSLYN COL FYFE GLOBAL PERSISTENT ATTACK XOX-GPA ROSSLYN COL KELLY HOMELAND SECURITY XOX-HLS ROSSLYN BGEN WORDEN COL FELMAN EXEC: LT COL LEMASTERS SEC: MS JONES RA: MS ROWE MOB ASST: COL COON DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL PLANS & JOINT MATTERS XOX 4E1047 COL MITCHELL NUCLEAR RESPONSE XOX-NR ROSSLYN COL ZIEGLER SPACE & C4ISR XOX-SC ROSSLYN COL MURPHY JOINT & NSC MATTERS XOXJ 4D1062 CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT & STRATEGY XOXS 4D1072 COL FRASZ WAR & MOBILIZATION PLANS XOXW 4C123 COL JORDAN REGIONAL PLANS & ISSUES XOXX 4C1083 BGEN DICHTER EXEC: LT COL BOLTERSDORF EXEC: MAJ CHRISTIE DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR JOINT INTEGRATION DXOR-J MD835B COL GORDON BATTLESPACE AWARENESS XOR-BA 4D111 COL JOHNSON COMMAND & CONTROL XOR-C2 MD835B COL JONES FORCES MANAGEMENT XOR-FM MD835B COL KREIGHBAUM FORCE APPLICATION XOR-FA 4D111 COL McALLISTER FOCUSED LOGISTICS XOR-FL 4D111 COL VACANT DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR AF CAPABILITY DEVELOPMENT & ANALYSIS DXOR-C COL FEAGA GS-GPA XORC 4A1068 COL (S) CABRERA EW-SURV XORE 4B879 COL BERNARD C2ISR XORI CRYSTAL CITY COL GENSHEIMER GLOBAL MOBILITY XORM 4D1034 COL CROGHAN MGEN (S) GOLDFEIN SES MR DISBROW EXEC: MAJ HESTERMAN SSGT BOWEN MS RESH DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONAL CAPABILITY REQUIREMENTS XOR 4E1021 PROGRAM INTEGRATION & RESOURCES XORP 4C1062 MR FRYE COL PITTS REQUIREMENTS POLICY & PROCESS XORD 4D1041 COL KINNEY NETWORK CENTRIC XOR-NC MD835B COL SEROKA FORCE PROTECTION XOR-FP 4D111 WEAPONS XORW CRYSTAL CITY BGEN STICKFORD COL CLAYTON EXEC: MAJ SANJUME EXEC: TSGT GREENE MS HEMPHILL DIRECTOR OF WEATHER XOO-W 4A1084 COL WELSHINGER POLICIES & PROCEDURES XOO-WP ROSSLYN COL (S) MURPHY RESOURCES & PROGRAMS XOO-WR ROSSLYN COL (S) ELKINS PLANS XOO-WX ROSSLYN COL LANICCI DSN AIR FORCE WEATHER AGENCY AFWA OFFUTT LT COL McKINLEY DSN AF COMBAT CLIMATOLOGY CENTER AFCCC ASHEVILLE MGEN PETERSON BGEN HOLLAND EXEC: MAJ BALLARD EXEC: MAJ SIEVE MOB ASST: COL BARTLETT 4E1032 MS BROWNE RA: MR WHITCRAFT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS & TRAINING XOO 4E1046 LT COL SHATTUCK DSN COMBAT WEATHER CENTER CWC HURLBURT SES MR McCULLOUGH AIRSPACE, RANGES & AIRFIELD OPERATIONS XOO-ARA 4D971 COL CAMPBELL OPERATIONAL READINESS XOOA MC830 COL MACLURE CHECKMATE XOOC MC830 COL HOOVER SPECIAL MANAGEMENT XOOM 4C123 COL (S) BASSETT SPECIAL OPERATIONS XOOS 4D1018 COL HERSHEY OPERATIONAL TRAINING XOOT 5C966 5C1000 COL PATTERSON C2 BATTLE MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS DIVISION XOOY ROSSLYN COL ARKO AIR FORCE FLIGHT STANDARDS AGENCY FOA-AFFSA ANDREWS AFB COL PENNINGTON AIR FORCE OPERATIONS GROUP FOA-XOOO MC DSN SIES MR BOYD INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS XOIA-AFIAA 4A882 SIES MR DUMM ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR FOR INTELLIGENCE XOII 4C139 COL SHOAF APPLICATIONS & PRODUCTION XOIIA 4A920 COL FENNER FORCE DEVELOPMENT & PLANS XOIIF 4C139 DISL MR STARNES RESOURCES XOIIR 4B137 MGEN SAMS BGEN DETTMER EXEC: LT COL ROOKE EXEC: CAPT MADELEY DoS: MR YOUNT MOB ASST: BGEN SENTY MS WOOD DIRECTOR OF INTEL, SURVEILLANCE & RECON XOI 4A932 GS-15 MS HALL SECURITY XOIIS BOLLING AFB COL HENNINGER DEPFOR SURVEILLANCE & RECONNAISSANCE XOIR 4B137 LT COL KARVER ISR STRATEGY & EMPLOYMENT XOIRB 4B137 COL ARVIN AIRBORNE RECONNAISSANC E XOIRC 4B137 COL KICZA SPACE & NATIONAL SYSTEMS XOIRN SKYLINE COL(S) GEVRY SURVEILLANCE & RECCE INFRASTRUCTURE XOIRY 4B141 COL BUTLER DEPFOR INFORMATION WARFARE XOIW 4B879 LT COL FRENCH NETWORK OPERATIONS & TECHNOLOGY DIVISION XOIWI 4C110 LT COL ALMEIDA INFLUENCE OPERATIONS XOIWS ROSSLYN LT COL WATSON POLICY DOCTRINE & STRATEGY DIVISION XOIWX 4B879 MR GREENE (ACTING) RESERVE AFFAIRS XOI-RE 4A920 GG-15 MR STEFAN EXECUTIVE AGENT STAFF XOI-IBS SKYLINE LT GEN RONALD E. KEYS EXEC: LT COL GRISWOLD EXEC: LT COL (S) CARROLL ASST EXEC: MSGT FORD DCS/AIR & SPACE OPERATIONS XO 4E1032 AXO MGEN ROBERT D. BISHOP, JR EXEC: MAJ HOGAN EXEC SVCS: SMSGT FINNEY-4E1027 MOB ASST: MGEN (S) LYNCH-4D COL WILSON COL MACOMBER MAJ BASSO SSGT STROMAN SHARED LINE AIR RESERVE COMPONENT ADVISORS XO-ARC 4C123B MR CLARK MR JOHNS SMSGT HOULIHAN MSGT SHEARIN AIR FORCE COMBAT SUPPORT OFFICE AFCSO 4B267 LT COL MARTIN LT COL WEYER MAJ LAUDERBACK XO ACTION GROUP XOZ MC830 LT COL BELLACICCO MAJ NEAGLE CMSGT ANDERSON MSGT YOUNG EXECUTIVE SUPPORT XOE 5C1072 COL RICHARDS LT COL BALDESSARI AF LESSONS LEARNED XOL ROSSLYN UNCLASSIFIED FAX NUMBERS (ALL DSN) XO XO-A XOA XOE XOEC XOEG XOES XOI XOL XOO XOO-W XOS XOS-F XOS-H XOS-N XOR XOX XOXS XOXW XOXX XOZ AFNSEP AFSAA XORD-ISO XO-DAG XO-ARC CUSTOMER SUPPORT DIV XOEC SMSGT MEADOWS B960 GRAPHIC ARTS CHIEF XOEG MS BARTON ME815 CONTRACTUAL MANAGEMENT DIV XOEK MS CHRISTMAN C1072 COOP TEAM MR COLLINS B960 RESOURCES DIVISION XOER MR ADKINS C1072 ADMIN SECURITY XOECA MSGT PARKER B960 CONTRACT SECURITY XOEK MR MILLER C1072 COOP TEAM MR OXLEY C1072 BUDGET XOERB MS WIMBISH C1072 MANPOWER & PERSONNEL XOECP MSGT BRAITHWAITE B960 BUDGET XOERB MR HANEY C1072 GRAPHIC ARTS DEPUTY XOEG MR BARBAGALLO ME815 DIRECTOR SUPPORT DIVISION XOES CMSGT LAMBERT D1047 INFORMATION TECH SUPPORT XOESI MSGT YOUNG D1047 DIRECTOR SUPPORT BRANCH CHIEF XOESS MSGT HARRISON D1047 AS OF: SEP 04 OPR: XOE/MSGT YOUNG CIVILIAN LIAISON XOEL MR WHITE C GSA XOEK MR CUTRIGHT MS LANE C1072 DRAFT PENDING MANPOWER APPROVAL COL DELGREGO MR PETERSON AEF MATTERS XOXA CRYSTAL CITY

45 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 45 AFFSA Organization Det 2 FAA Reps 183 Personnel 67 officers 73 enlisted 34 civilian 4 IMA 5 contractors Andrews AFB, MD Andrews AFB, MD Ramstein AB, GE Ramstein AB, GE Randolph AFB, TX Randolph AFB, TX Hanscom AFB, MA Hanscom AFB, MA Herndon, VA Herndon, VA St Louis, MO St Louis, MO Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma City, OK Brussels, Belgium Brussels, Belgium

46 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 46 AFFSA Quick Look Mission Mission - Develop, standardize, evaluate and certify USAF policy, procedures and equipment to support global flight operations and centrally manage Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS) for the Air Force Impact on AF mission capability Enable integrated, standardized AF global flight operations Ensure sustainment and modernization of ATCALS AF-wide Permit certified all-weather flight operations at contingency air bases In short, provide safe and effective worldwide access for 6,000+ AF aircraft Customers Aircrews, JFACCs, AF/XO, military and civil users of controlled airspace, MAJCOMs, ANG and NORAD Who levies taskings? AF/XO, AF/XOO, OSD/C3I, AF/CIO, Combatant Commands, FAA

47 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 47 XAE Division

48 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 48 XAE Division

49 I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 49 XAE Division


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