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Bombers without a low-level requirement (B-2s at Whiteman, B-52s at Barksdale AFB) have more flexibility in meeting their training requirements except those few events relating to high-altitude release of inert or live weapons. Chapter Four ONGOING ANALYSIS CAPABILITIES AND APPLICATIONS In this chapter, we describe how the range and airspace database, used for the analyses reported in Chapter Three and subsequently delivered to ACC/DOR, can support ongoing staff processes. EXAMINING INFRASTRUCTURE CHARACTERISTICS The approach we took to examining infrastructure characteristics in our analysis was to determine total required annual sorties and then observe the proportion of the total in which some infrastructure characteristic is deficient.
No” indicates that the characteristic is required and not available. 10—continued Range Proportion of Charac- Requirement teristic Satisfied Threat 0% emitters 50% 100% or more Not required A-10 OA-10 F-15E F-16CG F-16CJ F-16GP Total 2,778 1,468 1,451 5,697 35% 33% 22% 17% 2,016 2,016 30% 6% 2,441 1,400 4,609 840 4,495 1,125 14,911 31% 32% 67% 13% 72% 63% 44% 2,764 1,515 2,287 2,411 1,751 671 11,398 35% 35% 33% 36% 28% 37% 34% Predominant problems noted in these tables include lack of laser scoring, chaff authorization, multiple axes of attack, use of night vision goggles, threat emitter variety, radar jamming, debrief capability, and laser and radar targets.
The range and airspace database uses assumed values for these three factors (10 percent for each factor). Time Required per Sortie on Range and/or in Airspace. 2 in Chapter Three). 2 (minimum training event durations) are assumed values based on interviews with Weapons School and operational unit aircrews. They represent minimums considered necessary for the sortie to produce some standardized training value. 21 ______________ 20A few units fly a large number of sorties on ranges that they do not control, which can result in a mission conflict and loss of scheduled training time.