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Chaff and flares are required but not authorized for about one-third of the sorties. Air combat maneuvering instrumentation (ACMI), datalink frequencies, and radarjamming capabilities are generally unavailable. 6 —continued Area CharacAvailteristic ability a ComYes munications No jamming Not req’d A-10 8,304 100% Infrastructure unknown OA-10 F-15C 355 3% 4,532 12,291 100% 97% F-15E F-16CG F-16CJ F-16GP Total 92 92 1% 0% 87 66 124 633 1% 1% 1% 1% 9,285 12,500 9,935 3,743 60,590 97% 98% 99% 99% 98% 247 38 48 333 3% 0% 1% 1% a“Yes” indicates that the characteristic is required and available.

While we relied heavily on the expertise of experienced aircrews to specify these requirements, we developed graphical analytic tools to aid in the process. These tools are illustrated in Appendix D. Ranges. A range is required for air-to-ground sorties. Ranges also require restricted airspace over their targets large enough to contain released weapons and the long and cross dimensions of weapon safety footprints. Required vertical and lateral dimensions of the restricted area, types of targets, scoring systems, and other related range attributes are specified in the range and airspace database.

A potential investment that would remove a deficiency on a given asset can be evaluated in terms of how many sorties would be improved. Costs of alternatives can be divided by the number of improved sorties to determine which investments are most cost-effective. Such an analysis has its limitations. It can be used to decide which location would provide the most cost-effective investment to reduce a specific deficiency, such as lack of a specific type of threat emitter. The database does not shed much light on the question of which deficiency should be treated first.

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