Accession Number:

ADA611014

Title:

Langley Integrated Total Force (L-ITF) Beddown and Logistics Support Center (LSC) Environmental Assessment

Descriptive Note:

Final rept.

Corporate Author:

AIR COMBAT COMMAND JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS VA

Report Date:

2006-05-01

Pagination or Media Count:

265.0

Abstract:

The Air Force would implement two interrelated, but separate proposed actions. Proposed Action One would integrate the 192 FW of the Richmond Virginia ANG with the 1 FW of Langley AFB as directed by the Commander, Air Combat Command COMACC. Under this proposal, 970 full- and part-time personnel and support equipment from the 192 FW would transfer and integrate with the 1 FW F-22A wing groups 1OG, 1MSG, 1MXG, and 1MDG at Langley AFB integration of the 192 FW pilots would not add to assessed baseline F-22A sorties as analyzed in the Initial F-22 Operational Wing Beddown Draft Environmental Impact Statement. Additionally, the 192 FW aircrews would fly and train in F-22A aircraft as part of the 1 FW. In addition to sorties flown as integrated training with the 1 FW, the 192 FW pilots would also train during one weekend per month, flying a total of 28 sorties between 900 a.m. and 400 p.m. The Air Force would construct a 192 FW Headquarters HQ to support the 192 FW Commander and staff. The Air Force identified three sites in the southern portion of Langley AFB and analyzed them as three potential alternative locations A, B, and C for the proposed 192 FW HQ. For each of the alternative sites, the size of the building would remain the same. The building would have a ground footprint of approximately 13,500 square feet 0.3 acres excluding parking areas. Ten operations and maintenance OM projects would be implemented for each of the three action alternatives under the L-ITF beddown proposal. The Air Force also analyzed the no-action alternative Alternative D under which the L-ITF beddown proposal and associated construction and OM projects would not be implemented. Proposed Action Two would construct a 166,000 gross square feet Logistics Support Center LSC in the north central portion of the base.

Subject Categories:

  • Military Aircraft Operations
  • Structural Engineering and Building Technology
  • Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
  • Environmental Health and Safety

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE