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6. ARC Deimographiics. i lic Air National G(uard and Air oicc Rcscr\c Gencral Uilicr-
nmembers c)f the AF Base Closure Executive Group (BCEG). provided expert military
knowledge and judgment with respect to state factors, possible emerging missions. ability to
associate with active units. and ability to recruit to larger squadron sizes (e.g., synergy
between McEntire ANGB and Shaw AFB in SC).
7. Joint Interoperability. These judgments refer to interoperability factors related to nearby
I- ain Aircraft in BRAC-
F-16 Scenario Group Recommendations, by Conmponent
Active I)utv. The active duty F-16 force decreases from 455 Primary Authorized Aircraft
(IPAA) to 312 PAA. Active duty operational F-16s consolidate from ive to two United States
locations, Hill AFB and Shaw AFB. Test and training locations remain the sainme: the number of
training jets is reduced at Luke AFB commensurate with the planned reduction in the flcet.
Consolidating the number o' U.S. deployable active wings to Hill and Shaw enables the Air
Force to schedule more large-scale exercises at Eielson using freed-up hangar and ramp space to
better use the training range and airspace. More exercise participants can take advantage of
Eielson's range and airspace and relieve some of the future test and training burden at Nellis
AFB. Mountain Ilome is a multiple MDS base that will be conso lidated as an F-15E base.
C annon is the lowest rated active duty fighter base. Some of Cannon's jets were moved to ANG
buises to keep proportionality in the force.
1MCI Installation SQDNs Start BRAC SQDNs NOTE
1 14 14 1
3 72 72
. 9 9 I
I 18 0) 0 3
8 162 100 4 5
AD . 7
AD '2 3
Neil l 2 36 45 2
Hill 3 66 72 3
e 1 18 0 0 3
AD 50 Cannon3 0
23 455 312 14
Air Force Reserve_(AFR). The AFR F-16 force decreases from 60 to 48 PAA. The AFR F-16
fleet con solidaies fr-om tour to two UInitcd States locations; both are air sovereignty, sites
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