Air Force Civil Engineer Center Mission Brief Col

Air Force Civil Engineer Center Mission Brief Col

Air Force Civil Engineer Center Mission Brief Col Tim Dodge AFCEC/DD 27 March 2018 Battle Ready Built AFCEC Mission & Vision AFCEC Mission Provide Civil Engineering services & enterprise lifecycle leadership to Air Force installations that enable the warfighter AFCEC Vision Lead the way in delivering Civil Engineering enterprise solutions 2 Our Job Directors View Our job is to provide effective platforms to enable combat power in/through air, space & cyberspaceat velocity, volume & precision In a complex, unstable, and rapidly evolving fiscal, security & technologically-complex environment Enabling commanders to be successful by their measures of merit; Effectively and efficiently operated and resilient; We accomplish our job by Thinking/acting with agility adaptive, flexible, responsive, innovative Looking forward, informed by our past experiences Being consistent, fact-based, and unemotional (passion is

okay) Make Airmen and the Joint Team successful Preserving installation capabilities relative to missions they enable Our Priorities B2B2 Back to Bases We deploy and employ combat power from bases We increase readiness from/at bases We innovate from/at bases We enhance lethality from/at bases AFCEC focus: Improve base-level engineer capabilities Back to Basics Ensuring combat readinessany time, any place, any fight Enabling commanders success by their measures of merit Delivering technical competence We are the Air Forces Civil Engineer Center of expertise AFCEC focus: Sharpen our sword, and the swords of our base-level Airmen Success = Focus on Bases and Basics 4

Where AFCEC Fits Chief of Staff, United States Air Force Gen David Goldfein Commander, Air Force Materiel Command Gen Ellen Pawlikowski Commander, AF Installation & Mission Support Center Maj Gen Bradley Spacy Director, Air Force Civil Engineer Center Mr. Edwin Oshiba 5 AFCEC: bAttlE rEAdybuilt right EvErywhErE ! USAFE Storefront Ramstein AB, Germany AFCEC Det. 1 Tyndall AFB, Florida AFCEC HQ Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas PACAF Storefront Joint Base Pearl Harbor -Hickam , Hawaii BACK TO BASES BACK TO BASICS

6 What We Support The Big Picture 161 Installations, 44 Range Complexes > 200 Miles of Coastline 156K NM2 SUA, 350 MTRs, 29K Acres Accident Zones, 309K Acres Noise Zones 9M Acres of Land 598K acres of forest, 266K acres of wetlands 246 Waste Water Permits 207 Storm Water Permits 224 Water Systems 287 Federally-Recognized Tribes Consulted 115 Threatened/Endangered Species on 45 installations 240 Clean Air Permits AFCEC Organizational Chart Indirect Authorities Local Partners AFCEC Director

HAF/A4C SAF/IEI AFLOA/JACE AFICA Mr. Edwin Oshiba, SES Staff Judge Advocate Chief Information Officer Chief Financial Officer Ms. Amy Love (Acting) Mr. Geoffrey Lt Col Daniel Schurman Watson Consolidating into AFIMSC HQ Office of Energy Assurance Director of Staff Mr. Bob Hughes LCol Tiffany Warkne

AFCEC-Tyndall Deputy Director AFCEC-San Antonio Deputy Director Col Timothy Dodge Col Matthew Benivegna CN CO CX CI CF CP Mr. Robert Gill Col John Tryon Col Tanya Mr. Robert Moriarty, SES Col Scott Col Dean Matthews

Hartman Anderson CZ Ms. Suzanne Bilbrey 5 AFCEC Organization AFCEC Director Local Partners AFLOA/JACE Deputy (JBSA) Deputy (Tyndall) Director of Staff Chief, Financial Office Office of Energy Assurance Staff Judge Advocate SAF/GCN SA AFICA Planning and Integration

Directorate (CP) Enterprise-wide output standards AFCAMP Investment Plan IPL (Budget year) development / integration POM development Enterprise procurement Installations Directorate (CI) Facility Engineering Directorate (CF) Environmental Directorate (CZ) Centralized AF real estate Compliance Design / (RE) management Restoration Construction RE development: Natural & Cultural (D&C) for MILCON

Value-based Resources 3rd party financed / FSRM NEPA Center REPI/GSA leases Standard designs Leg and Housing Portfolio Expertise in Reg Utilities all facility Engagement construction Privatization Base Realignment and Closure Consolidating into AFIMSC HQ Operations Directorate (CO) Force Development Ops & Res Mgt Engr Support CEMIRT Travis/Tyndall Pavement Eval Asset Visibility Energy

Directorate (CN) Capital Invest Rates/Renew Savings/Perform Energy Initiative Adv Meter Read BACK TO BASES BACK TO BASICS Readiness Directorate (CX) PRIME BEEF, RED HORSE, Emergency Mgt, Expeditionary Engineering, EOD, Fire, AFCAP Resourcing & Acquisition Reach-back center support 7 Organizational Structure 10 Bottom Line We support the field... and the field has changed Transformation is not just a reorganization its enterprise-wide asset management Realigned functions to support AF Base of Future

BACK TO BASES BACK TO BASICS 20 www.afcec.af.mil/Home/Business Join the Air Force! All Solicitations Monthly Clearinghouse Report lists projects cleared for execution by AFCEC matched with AFCEC contract (SATOC, AE13, GEITA, etc.) Construction, Environmental, and Housing Projects with authority (majority executed by installation) 22 Were Here to Help 24-HOUR AFCEC REACHBACK CENTER EMAIL: [email protected] COMM: (850) 283-6995 DSN: (312) 523-6995 TOLL FREE: (888) 232-3721 eDASH https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10040/WPP/HomePage/Home.aspx CEDASH https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10159/Scripts/Homepage/Home.aspx 21 www.afcec.af.mil Programming Approval Portal website:

https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10542/pap/Pages/OMProjec ts.aspx Construction Tasking Order Program Management website: https://portal.afcec.hedc.af.mil/CF/CFT/fsrm/SitePages/Ho me.aspx Checkbook website: https://portal.afcec.hedc.af.mil/CF/CFT/fsrm/Checkbooks/Forms/AllIt ems.aspx Reachback website: https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10159/Scripts/RBC/Reachback CR website: %20Center.aspx www.facebook.com/AirForceCE https://portal.afcec.hedc.af.mil/CR/SitePages/Ho www.youtube.com/user/AFCivilEn me.aspx gineer 24 Who Do I Call? 23 What To Be Aware Of

Hot topics Important Authority Changes CF: Core Competencies, MILCON, CTO Execution CI:Privatized housing, privatized utilities, EUL CN: Energy conservation initiatives (energy intensity measures); RESILIENCY CO: Understand Big 3 CP: Planning tools, ICE Map, ADP, IDP, IPL, Projects not on IPL & CTO development, airfield waivers CX: RADAR/RADAS, readiness posture; CBRNE training, etc. CZ: Compliance permits, cleanup, ERA, PFOS/PFOA - Influx - e-Dash BIG ROCKS: of SRM and MILCON funds - Centralized environmental management - Data driven decision making - TRIRIGA Implementation & Support - 3 Year IPL - Asset visibility 21 Hot Topics

Barriers Ranges CTO Execution Environmental Restoration Base Plans (IDP/ADP/AICUZ, etc.) How do you want your information? 25 Important Authority Changes UMMC threshold increase ($6M) + ACF Created new opportunities, reqmts gap can be addressed Look to leverage for adaptive vs purpose-built facs We need to increase portfolio equity from current $38M Minor construction threshold increase ($2M) + ACF Important flexibility, especially for high/higher cost areas Improve ability to support redundancy/resiliency type reqmts Relieve some pressure on UMMC portfolio Conversion Significant game-changer that we have begun to leverage & expect to heavily leverage going forward Many requirements are a bit more complex & need planning charrette, then design dollars to be execution ready We MUST use thisleverage plans/pursue opportunitiesyou 26 AFCEC Core Competencies (Where do we focus?) 1) Airfield related infrastructure - Runways, taxiways, aprons, hangars, lighting, etc

2) Critical mission renovations - Multi-disciplinary facilities 3) Airmen taking care of Airmen - Dorms and other AF specific buildings 4) Classified and/or high security facilities - Facilities requiring redundancy/precision reliability 5) Large base infrastructure - System repair (water, power, sewer, etc) Execute projects relevant in peace & wartime environment Notional MILCON Process FY-4 FY-3 FY-2 FY-1 FY FY+1 ONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JASONDJ FMAMJ JAS O

Planning Base-level Requirements ID & Development Base-level 1391 Estimate Programming AFCEC-Led Planning Charrette & 1391 Validation MILCON Working Group Design BES Submission PA Locked Final 1391 Estimate/Base Submits 1391 to AFIMSC PB Submission Construction FY NDAA & Appropriation Acq

Design Construction Final A/E Estimate Strategic Basing Process SECAF Approves Preferred & Reasonable Alt SECAF Approves Candidate Bases Site Surveys Final 1391s Design Record of Decision Adv/ Construction Awd 30

AFCEC MILCON Execution Current Workload Total Projects: 109 ($785M) Total Design Program: 29 Projects ($33M) Total Construction Program: 80 Projects ($752M) FY17 (& prior FY) Program Design: 18 Projects ($28M) Construction: 47 Projects ($449M) FY18 Program Design: 10 Projects ($4.9M) DB 10 DBB 0 Construction: 34 Projects ($304M) DB 28 DBB 6 99% of projects originate on the Construction Tasking Order (CTO) MILCON Projects 33 Active MILCON Projects by FY and Base FY 2010 2012 2012 2013 2013

2013 2014 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2016 2016 2016 2017 2017 2017 2017 BASE TRAVIS CHARLESTON MCCHORD CHARLESTON MCGUIRE SCOTT LITTLE ROCK FAIRCHILD FORT DIX LITTLE ROCK MACDILL MCGUIRE LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK MCGUIRE DOVER MCCONNELL MCCONNELL SCOTT PROJECT_NBR XDAT051008

DKFX071007 PQWY083007 DKFX983011 PTFL095000 VDYD101154 NKAK963001P GJKZ110067A HEKP103001 NKAK131054 NVZR103710 PTFL106002 NKAK115003 NKAK143001 PTFL136001 FJXT133000 PRQE165113 PRQE105144 VDYD101053 TITLE STATUS RPL BULK FUEL TRANSFER LINES CNS CONSTRUCT BULK FUEL TANKS AND FUEL TRANSFER LINE DSG DLA RPL BULK AND POL FACS DSG VISITORS QUARTERS RTA REPAIR AUTO HOBBY SHOP, B2415 RM BID Visiting Quarters CNS REFUELING VEHICLE REPAIR SHOP CORRECT LIFE HEALTH S CNS CONSOLIDATE COMM FACILITY; B2248 DSG FIRE STATION CNS ECIP-CONSTRUCT THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE

DSG Outdoor Recreation Facility DSG ATFP-AIRFIELD FLIGHTLINE SECURITY ENHANCEMENT DSG CONSTRUCT 12 RV SPACES AT FAMCAMP RV PARK DSG CONSTRUCT MILITARY WORKING DOG KENNEL FACILITY DSG READINESS (C-CBRNE) BATTLE AXE FACILITY BID AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE HANGAR DSG KC-46A ALTER FLIGHT SIMULATOR BLDGS CNS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL TOWER CNS Consolidated Communications Facility Add/Alt DSG PA CWE DSG % CNS % 13,400 12,637 1 24,868 24,900 100 14,000 12,600 35 37,159 37,389 100 2,807 2,843 100

55,271 54,749 100 2,300 3,667 100 1,700 2,637 100 5,900 6,147 100 2,080 3,600 65 2,525 1 1,800 1,978 90 575 1 2,850 3,279 15 1,970 2,415 100 39,000 41,000 95 3,000 3,085 100 11,200 11,878 100 41,000

39,000 35 34 1 51 24 97 65 70 10 5 Active MILCON Projects by FY and Base FY 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2018 2019 2019 2020

BASE COMMAND ANDREWS LITTLE ROCK MACDILL MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE MCGUIRE ANDREWS MACDILL CHARLESTON PROJECT_NBR ASKEROTAP995 AJXF173021 NKAK153001 NVZR153711 PTFL163001 PTFL163005 PTFL163019 PTFL163006 PTFL163008 PTFL163012 PTFL163017 PTFL163007 PTFL163003 PTFL163015 PTFL163010 AJXF163002 NVZR153710

DKFX983018 TITLE CONST AGE FACILITY (US COST SHARE TO NATO) PRESIDENTIAL AIRCRAFT RECAPITALIZATION COMPLEX DORMITORY (168 PN) KC135 Beddown OG/MXG HQ KC-46A ADAL B2319 FOR BOOM OPERATOR TRAINER KC-46A ADAL B2324 REGIONAL MX TRAINING FAC KC-46A TWO BAY GENERAL PURPOSE MX HANGAR KC-46A ADAL B3209 FOR FUSELAGE TRAINER KC-46A ADD TO B1837 FOR BODY TANKS STORAGE KC-46A ADAL B1816 FOR SUPPLY KC-46A AEROSPACE GROUND EQUIPMENT STORAGE KC-46A ALTER FACILITIES FOR MAINTENANCE KC-46A ALTER APRON & FUEL HYDRANTS KC-46A ADAL B1749 FOR ATGL & LST SERVICING KC-46A Alter BLDGS FOR OPS AND TFI AMU-AMXS PAR Relocate Haz Cargo Pad & EOD Range KC135 Beddown Add Flt Simltr Training FIRE & RESCUE STATION STATUS DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG DSG

DSG DSG DSG PA 1,000 254,000 20,000 8,100 6,100 18,000 72,000 3,300 2,300 6,900 4,100 5,800 17,000 2,000 9,000 37,000 4,000 17,000 CWE 1,000 253,000 37,000 17,000 DSG % CNS % 2 97 1 2

1 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 30 35 FY18 CTO RFF Timeline a/o 13 Mar 2018 Total Projects: 1036 Total Program: $2090.3M : Processed RFFs $484.6M FSRM/CTO Newsletter Sign up to get weekly CTO execution updates!!!!! 39 AFICA Launch Pad https://cs2.eis.af.mil/sites/10074/afcc/afica/sslp/sslp.asp 42

CE Enterprise Procurement AFCEC Contract Toolbox Decentralized Ordering, AFICA Launchpad Category Management Contract A-E13ES Worldwide Architect-Engineering Environmental Services A-E13DCS Worldwide Architect-Engineering Design Construction Services A-E13DCS CONUS East Region Architect-Engineering Design Construction Services Total Ceiling Purchase Type / Competition Contract Type Ordering Period Decentralized Ordering $500M A-E Environmental Services IDIQ 10 Full & Open 18 Small Business Five years,

Expires Jun 2021 Available $950M (Shared w/ SB Regions) A-E Services IDIQ 18 Full & Open Five years, Expires Sep 2020 Available $950M (Shared w/F&O and West & Central Regions) A-E Services (FSRM) IDIQ (Small Business) 9 Small Businesses Five years, Expires Aug 2021 Available A-E Services (FSRM) IDIQ (Small Business)

5 Small Businesses Five years, Expires Aug 2021 Available A-E13DCS CONUS Central Region $950M Architect-Engineering Design (Shared w/F&O and East Construction Services & West Regions) A-E13DCS CONUS West Region Architect-Engineering Design Construction Services $950M (Shared w/F&O and East & Central Regions) A-E Services (FSRM) IDIQ (Small Business) 6 Small Businesses Five years, Expires Aug 2021 Available RE&C CONUS East Region Regional Engineering and Construction

$930M (Shared w/RE&C CONUS Regions) Engineering and Construction IDIQ 12 Small Businesses Five years & Three one year options, Expires Nov 2024 Not Available at this time RE&C CONUS Central Region Regional Engineering and Construction RE&C CONUS West Region Regional Engineering and Construction $930M (Shared w/RE&C CONUS Regions) $930M (Shared w/RE&C CONUS Regions) Engineering and Construction IDIQ Engineering and Construction

IDIQ 11 Small Businesses 11 Small Businesses Five years & Three one year options, Expires Dec 2024 Five years & Three one year options, Expires Dec 2024 Not Available at this time Not Available at this time AFCEC Contract Toolbox Total Ceiling Purchase Type / Contract Type Competition Ordering Period Decentralized Ordering BESRC East Region BRAC Environmental Services & Restoration $8M

Environmental Services and Restoration IDIQ 1 Small Business Five years, Expires Jul 2021 NA BESRC Central Region BRAC Environmental Services & Restoration $8M Environmental Services and Restoration IDIQ 1 Small Business Five years, Expires Sep 2021 NA BESRC West Region BRAC Environmental Services & Restoration $8M Environmental Services and Restoration IDIQ

1 Small Business Five years, Expires May 2021 NA Contract AFCEC Enterprise Procurement Division can provide additional information on current AFCEC contracts 70 Installations Directorate Major Business Lines Include: Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) property transfer and environmental remediation Value-based transactions: Easements, Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI), Enhanced Use Lease (EUL) project development / execution, portfolio management, and Utilities Privatization (UP) Real-property management: Accountability and active duty real estate transactions & Financial Improvement and Audit Readiness (FIAR) audit support Housing Privatization portfolio management & government housing and dormitory management 73 The Big 3 Custodial & Grounds Maintenance & Integrated Solid Waste Management (ISWM = refuse/recycling)

Cost to the AF annually ~ $300M Air Force Common Output Level Standards (AFCOLS) AFCOLS provides an instrument to assist the AF in streamlining operations in a fair and consistent manner. Each subsequent level provides reduced services at reduced cost to the AF, with an inherent tradeoff of increased risk. Current Level of Service (LoS) is 3; (1 = highest, 4 = lowest) Installations to use standardized Performance Work Statement (PWS) to ensure services are consistent across the Air Force Installations are not to exceed the prescribed AFCOLS 52 The Big 3 Future efforts: Category Management which include data analysis, market analysis and cost improvement recommendations. Partnership with Source America/Ability One to keep the cost down. Continue revising PWS templates to match AFCOLS and industry standards Need candid feedback to tune AFCOLS to be efficient, cost effective, and good enough Negative feedback is plentiful, and usually anecdotal Honest, Specific, Mission-Focused feedback in the semiannual reports is the only way AFCOLS for the Big 3 or anything else can be adjusted to best meet the need BL: Dont be shy in reporting, if its red, let us know! 53 Air Force Infrastructure

Deferred Maintenance: $24B+ 55 Victory On theRoad to $24B Problem Statement Our installation weapon system platforms are in a degraded status due to a lack of investment. FSRM investment shortfalls/instability over many years backlog have created a $24B in required preventive maintenance and life cycle repairs; This lack of adequate investment increasingly degrades readiness & impacts lethality of our installation weapon system. Backlog by MAJCOM, Asset Class Employ methodology along three lines of effort: (1) Amount & mission area (MAJCOM) of increased FSRM investment (2) Appropriately-sized workforce to execute work (3) Acquisition tools to increase throughput & improve execution Eliminate Backlog, Assure Mission 56 Road to $24B Enterprise-Wide View data as of 09/17

Current Baseline* Budget Increase to Current Funding (+ $1B) Targeted Requirements (Example MDI >80 First) 59 Installation Planning Support Installation Planning is the PROCESS by which actions are assessed, selected, prioritized and acted upon to meet development requirements Installation Development Plan (IDPs): All IDPs 1.0 complete by contract Jan 19 Area Development Plan (ADP): 14 awarded for completion by contract in 2018 Comprehensive Planning Platform (CPP) incorporates/replaces IDPs, AMPsetc. A digital container for multiple planning activities linked together by strategic guidance and shared data A Paradigm shift: the planning process vs product hard wired to investment process Linked planning activities: the IDP is no longer a summary Operationalizing Asset Management: IDP Project List CPP rolled out Jan 18 Incorporate AMPs into CPP, Oct 18 41 Installation Planning Teams Important means to help installations Area development, mission beddown/increase, space optimization/utilization, encroachment management, more

Others for flavor incl Eielson F-35 beddown spt, Deid housing, Hurlburt AC-130J planning, JBSA RH&T development planning Expect FY19 call for initiatives ~ Jun 18 Completed 11 IPTs in FY 17 Nellis ramp, RAF consolidations, Ramstein PAX terminal..etc. Working 13 IPTs for FY18 Incl SJ student campus plan, MacDill Alert Area, Misawa RQ-4 hangar, Edwards UAS T&E campus, Offutt ISR campusetc. 35 Air Force AICUZ Program The Air Installations Compatible Use Zones (AICUZ) Program is a safety and land use compatibility program which identifies the impacts of operations (noise and accident potential) to communities adjacent to installations Objective: Promote compatible use of land in noise and safety zones in the vicinity of military airfields to protect public safety without degrading flight safety and mission rqts Actions to date: FY12-17 oversaw production of 10 AICUZ Studies FY18-19 expected to produce 11 AICUZ Studies Updated and published AFH 32-7084, AICUZ Program Managers Guide

Next Steps: Host a two-day AICUZ Workshop for all services, to be held at JBSA in Feb 18 Advance training opportunities with sister services Prepare AICUZ themed videos for base level training Support installations w/ AICUZ study updates, provide AICUZ training and reachback to field 37 Facility Space Optimization (FSO) Implementation of a sustainable and efficient Facility Space Management program enables effective Accountability, Allocation and Planning for facility space; and an ability to avoid cost through repurpose, lease-offset, inactivation (caretaker, excess, closure) and disposal of excess facilities Objective: Use FSM data to enable enterprise (Basing/Beddown/BRAC) & installation (enhanced utilization) planning; and Right Size installations to reduce O&M costs Synopsis: Partnered with A4C & AFIMSC to implement proposed new capabilities & processes outlined in an Integrated Master Schedule (result of recent HAF led BPR) Actions to date: Developed Integrated Master Schedule for implementation (timelines, risk, ROI, activities, etc) Finalizing ESP template, includes framework, objectives & COAs that align w/ CE Flight Plan Authored AF Reduce the Footprint (RTF) program; currently approved by the OMB & OSD

Partnered w/ FMO; developing strategy to enable NexGen IT FSM functionality and module 2 Pilot bases (FY17) followed by 8 Spiral 1 bases for implementation in CY18 Program Development Mapping Implement FSM Integrated Master Schedule 39 Our Foundation: Asset Visibility Facilities Leveraging Data for Investment Decisions Craftsman Actio ns Asset Inventory Components Systems Performance Monito ring (Prev Mx, Work Ord ers) Direct Assessments by Craftsmen (every uch) to Section ID Brand Mfr. Model # Installation Date Compressor

MATSUSHITA 2K25S3R236A 18 Dec 2004 Nominal HP BtuH 1 5/8 18,055 Voltage Amps Line Connection Suction Line Connection Discharge Base Mounting Triangle Height (In.) Width (In.) Length (In.) 208/230 7.6 5/8 3/8 6 12 23/32 5 13/64 8 35/64 Run Capacitor MF/Volt 35/370 Predictive Lifecycle Degradation Curves Condition Assessm ents pby

Engineers (by exce tion) Repair / Replace Scenarios Real, Financially Optimized Future Requirements 2017 Asset Visibility is data, the right data, at the right time to drive informed investment decisions! Emergent Requirement Request (AFCEC ERR) AFCEC ERR Request for centralized FSRM funds authorization after CTO approved & Tripartite Agreement signed AFCEC ERR Basic Qualifications Mission critical Unplanned & unforeseen Immediate need - no viable workarounds to mitigate risk until next AFCAMP Data validation required & supporting documents: Signed MAJCOM/A4C (<$750K) or MAJCOM/CD Request Memo Validation Worksheet: requirement justification, purpose & scoring Detailed cost estimate & otherEmail supporting documents, photos, Key POCs Phone Number etc. Mr. Gerard (Dick) Gessner

[email protected] DSN: 969-1755 Mr. Joseph (JB) Brown [email protected] DSN: 969-1754 78 Summary Regardless of program (FSRM, UMMC) advocacy to your MAJCOM is key Focus on Risk to Mission and Airmen Model only starts the conversation ERR is not a path to reimbursement Leverage data to focus on quality of project scope (development) and future to get ahead of requirements 82 Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery (RADR) RADR requirements defined by CRATR JCTD (PACOM 2008-10) RADR is comprised of three interrelated sub-processes Rapid Damage Assessment (RDA) Rapid Explosive Hazard Mitigation (REHM) Rapid Damage Repair (RDR) (i.e. crater repair) RDR Posturing AFCENT: 4 bases / 100% procured / 100% delivered PACAF: 10 bases / 100% procured / 88% delivered

USAFE: 6 bases (baseline) plus 9 EDI sites / 3% procured / 0% delivered Training: IOC 1 Oct 2017 (1 crater team per class), FOC 1 Oct 2018 (2 crater teams per class) RDR familiarization for 7AF at Osan, Kunsan & Gwang Ju (1 crater team per location) E-ADR (lighter/leaner): passed initial cut for FY18 JCTD; will meet Tech Assessment Panel Dec 18 87 Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery (RADR) RDA Successful Spiral 1 demonstration (Dec 16) Fielding Spiral 0.5 at 4 PACAF locations First 4 PACAF locations ECD Mar 18 Remaining 6 PACAF locations + Tyndall SF site ECD July 18 Ready to field full Spiral 1 pending resourcing decision (~$10M per installation) Expect funding for 1 location FY19 Expect funding for 2 additional locations FY20 REHM Nothing fielded to date (rely on legacy capabilities) Successful CONOPs Tabletop Exercise (Feb 17) EOD Stakeholders Conference (Oct 17) Identified UTC Mechanical makeup, beddown locations Remote Mass Clearance (RMMC) Multiple vendor demonstrations

Subsurface Locate, Access, and Mitigation (SLAM) Component makeup: Recovery of Airfields Denied by Ordnance (RADBO); test shots completed in Dec 17 Mar 18 88 Operational Readiness Focus Notice to Airman (NOTAM) BLUF: CSAF-directed focus on operational readiness requires immediate installation CCs attention Sep 17 TIG NOTAM, Operational Readiness is CCs business Emphasizes Mission Assurance exercises IAW AFI 90-201, Table 5.2 Documented as part of Commanders Inspection Program via classified Annex to UEI report Exercises/assessments MUST be related specifically to the mission of the unit being inspected & requires MAJCOM/CC endorsement Focus is on most-likely COA and most-dangerous COA Leverage Wg/IGs and Wg Inspection Tm to shape scenarios: Position the Force, Employ the Force (Phase I) & Sustain the Force (Phase II) Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) is an all-hazards focus and should be evaluated as part of the larger Phase II effort CBRN Utilize ATSO rodeos installation wartime competency Defense Trainingtoissupplement

used to build competencies before and not during training; they will IInot be used POC: however as standalone evaluation tools for Phase exercises( Emergency Management) 89 Implementing CSAF- Directed Op Refocus - Phase IIs (ATSO) What has AFIMSC done? Hosted E-W forums on TIG NOTAM to "MAJCOM/IG and Wg/IGs" AFIMSC E-W EMWG and DCS to Installation/CCs Monitored the AF Inspection Agency (AFIA) DCS to MAJCOM/IGs Ensured consistency in USAF ATSO messaging Initiated data call to MSG/CCs Intent to identify I&MS OT&E LIMFACs in Phase II (ATSO) exercise execution Will develop funding COAs to assist where possible Provided resource advocacy on CWDE "training" assets Issued evaluation criteria guidance to installations & DETS for CBRNE Response Inspection Areas Way Ahead Installation Emergency Services Assist Wg/IGs to develop effective Phase II (ATSO) exercises IAW applicable CON/OPLAN guidance and specific DLOs for applicable functional areas

90 Environmental (CZ) Executes Enterprise-Wide Environmental Program: Compliance Program Management Office Management and execution of AFs environmental quality portfolio Restoration Program Management Office Management and execution of AFs environmental restoration portfolio Technical Services Division Provides Subject Matter Expertise to the AF Environmental Program National Environmental Policy Act Division Management of AFs EISs for major mission requirements/beddowns Operations Division Direct installation support and execution of environmental services Legislative and Regulatory Division Review and engagement on State legislative and regulatory actions 90 Pacific Division Eielson AFB Installation Support Sections Clear AFS 611 CES JB Elmendorf Richardson Kadena Kunsan Alconbury Aviano Croughton

Fairford Incirlik Izmir Lajes Lakenheath Menwith Hill Mildenhall Molesworth Moron Ramstein Spangdahlem Europe Division Midwest Region Branch Misawa Osan Yokota (EPA 5, 7, 8 and 10) Fairchild AFB Malmstrom AFB Minot AFB Grand Forks AFB Minneapolis-St Paul ARS Mountain Home AFB Ellsworth AFB Hill AFB Beale AFB F.E. Warren AFB Travis AFB

Buckley AFB UTTR (Range) Edwards AFB Creech AFB Nellis AFB Offutt AFB Air Force Academy Cheyenne Mnt AFS Schriever AFB Peterson AFB Vandenberg AFB Los Angeles AFB March ARB Luke AFB Kirtland AFB Cannon AFB Wright-Patterson AFB Whiteman AFB McConnell AFB Vance AFB Tinker AFB Altus AFB Melrose AFR

Pittsburgh ARB Dover AFB JB Andrews JB Langley-Eustis Scott AFB Arnold AFB Poinsett (Range) Shaw AFB Seymour Johnson AFB JB Charleston Little Rock AFB Holloman AFB Sheppard AFB BMGR (Range) Dyess AFB Davis -Monthan AFB Carswell ARS Goodfellow AFB West Region Branch Laughlin AFB (EPA 4, 6 and 9) Columbus AFB Dobbins Barksdale AFB Robins AFB Maxwell/ Moody AFB Gunter AFB Tyndall AFB

Claiborne Range Eglin AFB Cape Canaveral Keesler AFB JB San Antonio a/o 22 May 17 Westover ARB Rome Labs JB Cape Cod Niagara Falls Youngstown ARS JB McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst Grissom ARB Willow Grove Installation Support Sections Patrick AFB Hurlburt Field MacDill AFB Avon Park AFS Homestead ARB East Region Branch (EPA 1, 2, 3 and 4) eDASH Homepage eDASH: Connecting AF personnel across the enterprise Integrity Service Excellence MAJCOM Updates Viewer Enable quick view capability for MAJCOM Updates from

the MAJCOM Commander View Dashboard in eDASH Click here to access MAJCOM Dashboard Dashboards Performance Indicators for DecisionMaking The MAJCOM Commander Dashboard pulls multiple data sources into a simple, user friendly view to aide in decision-making and analysis at all AF Levels. Integrity Service Excellence 97 Civil Engineer Truths Rear Operations Must Be Responsive To Forward Operations You Dont Have To Own It To Use It A Well-Trained Airman Is A More Capable Airman Accurate Requirements Equal Effective Engineering AF Civil Engineering Succeeds Only When In Concert With Joint Engineering All Good Work Is Done In Process

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