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Accession Number ADA564562
Title External Mission Sustainment.
Publication Date May 2011
Media Count 28p
Personal Author J. Graham
Abstract Presentation outline: Project Purpose and Objectives, Intended Outcomes, Semantics of Sustainability, Resulting Product, Methodology, Installation Fact Sheets and Narratives, Conclusions/Lessons Learned, Recommendations/Way Ahead, Acknowledgements. A sustainable installation is defined as one that is capable of supporting current and future missions without degrading or exhausting key resources and mission capability. A sustainable installation is supported by a planning process that takes a holistic view of the interactions and interrelationships of the natural and built environment, and considers both internal and external stakeholders. External Mission Sustainment Factors fall into 10 categories: Air and Land Space Restrictions (Military Operations), Air and Land Space Restrictions (Land Use), Resource Reliability, Utility Reliability, Spectrum Encroachment, Quality of Life, Urban Growth (Transportation), Community Analysis (Relationship), Urban Growth (Trends), Natural Factors, and Climate Effects.
Keywords Air force facilities
Air quality
Allocations
Briefing charts
Climate change
Communities
Core functions
Core mission areas
Decision making
Energy management
Environmental management
External mission sustainment
Factor analysis
Highways
Installation sustainment
Land use
Management planning and control
Missions
Quality of life
Resource allocations
Resource management
Schools
Sea level rise
Symposia
Transportation
Urban areas
Water supplies


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 74E - Logistics, Military Facilities, & Supplies
70B - Management Practice
68 - Environmental Pollution & Control
Corporate Author Department of the Air Force, Washington, DC.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note Briefing charts.
NTIS Issue Number 1303
Contract Number N/A

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