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Generally, we found the need for orbits as part of training events to be underdocumented. 13 Other. Some sorties require a specific other aircraft for effective training. For example, DCA and offensive counter-air (OCA) sorties require red air opponents. Others require an air or ground weapons director. Requirements such as these are not, strictly speaking, part of the range or airspace infrastructure. 14 Capacity The amount of operating time required on ranges and in airspace can be calculated, for a given MDS/sortie-type combination, by multiplying the required number of sorties by the time required for an individual sortie on a range and/or in an airspace.
Additionally, it specifies a number of sorties that can be of any type, depending on the commander’s judgment of where the individual or unit needs training emphasis. Elements of the Analytic Structure 23 counts by an assumed average flight size for each MDS/sortie-type combination. The final step in developing and adjusting the sortie requirement is to inflate the count to account for attrition (maintenance and weather cancellations), scheduling inefficiency, and noncontinuation training sorties.
Yes/no” entries in other columns indicate whether or not required characteristic is available on the asset. 6—Web Page Comparing Current Assets with Requirements Chapter Three ASSESSMENT OF RANGES AND AIRSPACE In this chapter, we use the range and airspace database to provide a current assessment of the assets used by ACC units. We assess these assets in three ways: Geographically—are the assets close enough to home bases to permit minimum required duration of training? Qualitatively—do the assets have the standard features required for the types of sorties flown in or on them?