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One base, Davis-Monthan, appears to face insufficient capacity, while two others (Pope and Moody) must split their sorties between two ranges to meet their capacity requirements. ______________ 3As it is presently configured, RAP allows a wide range of training programs in bomber units. We found that units with much better access to local ranges (Whiteman and Mountain Home AFBs) were much more likely to use those ranges in their training programs. Other units, without a nearby range, were more likely to use radar scoring sites and low-level routes to which they had much better access.

While we relied heavily on the expertise of experienced aircrews to specify these requirements, we developed graphical analytic tools to aid in the process. These tools are illustrated in Appendix D. Ranges. A range is required for air-to-ground sorties. Ranges also require restricted airspace over their targets large enough to contain released weapons and the long and cross dimensions of weapon safety footprints. Required vertical and lateral dimensions of the restricted area, types of targets, scoring systems, and other related range attributes are specified in the range and airspace database.

Quantitative (capacity) assessments are sensitive to them because the total time required in a range or airspace is a sum of the times required on each sortie. It is useful to examine how sensitive our findings are to the assumed values we used for minimum training event duration. As will be reported in Chapter Three, we encountered few actual proximity or capacity constraints, so shortening minimum training event durations would not significantly change the results. Lengthening the minimums would increase proximity deficiencies in many cases, but would not have much effect on capacity because most installations have abundant slack capacity.

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