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  • 22 Nov: Updated mil/civ/and student figures provided by 502 MSG (vr)Mil from 8,000 to 7,000Civ from 2,500 to 4,000Students from 24,000 to 24,500
  • Geographically dispersed in a major metropolitan area. Driving times/distance between bases are:FSH to LAFB 35 minutes and 22 milesFSH to RAFB 30 minutes and 15 milesLAFB to RAFB 45 min and 33 miles Per SAF/IEI any JBSA installation can be considered for the ABW Headquarters Fort Sam Houston is the center of mass geographically Camp Bullis is critical to the training missions of Lackland AFB and Fort Sam Houston The Joint Base will support a total population of over 80,000 personnel and approximately 210 tenants. It will become the largest installation support services business enterprise in DoDBecause of how geographically spread out the installations of Joint Base Sana Anotnio are and the complexity of the mission, an installation focused org structure has been developed. 22 Nov: updated per 502 MSG (vr)Mil from 23,437 to 20,133Civ from 11,928 to 12,530Students from 46,000 to 44,000Total figures updated.
  • 10 Dec: Updated supported units provided by 502 MSG vr
  • Command Support = safety, public affairs, legal, inspector general, procurement, chaplain, financial managementCommunity Services = morale, welfare & recreation, youth programs, family services, lodging operationEnvironmental Services = compliance, pollution prevention, conservation, restorationFacilities = Utilities, pest control, custodial & refuse collection, grounds & pavement maintenance, real property leases, mgmnt & engineeringFire & Emergency Services = fire department, emergence response services, readiness (crisis response)Housing = family housing, dormitory managementHumanResources = military personnel, management analysisInformationTechnology = IT servicesLogistics = supply, munitions, laundry, vehicle operations, food servicesOperational Mission Services = airfield operations, small arms & firing rangesSecurity Services (military police) = law enforcement, physical security, installation protection
  • 36% of ALL facilities in AETC 28% of ALL facility square footage in AETC 39% of ALL the entire AETC PRV
  • Contracted study in spring 2009 identified a large disparity between the condition of facilities on Ft Sam vs a representative sample (by PRV and catcode) on LAFB and RAFB.49% of Ft Sam was poor / failing
  • Jbsa summary-110615

    1. 1. Joint Base San Antonio<br />502d Air Base Wing<br />Debra Harkiewicz<br />Director of Civil Engineering<br />JB7C<br />
    2. 2. Overview<br />What is Joint Basing?<br />Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Scope<br />Structure<br />Services Provided<br />Civil Engineering Services<br />Sustainability Focus<br />
    3. 3. What is Joint Basing? <br />Joint Basing<br />(JB)<br />1. Policy <br />2. Standards & Metrics<br />Now<br />Future<br />IM delivered<br /> by the lead<br />Military Dept<br />AF Installation Management<br />$<br />Army Installation Management<br />JB is a BRAC mandate to consolidate installation support functions at adjacent & nearby installations under one Military Department to optimize installation management<br />
    4. 4. Joint Base Locations<br />Joint Base (JB) Pearl Harbor - Hickam, HI (Phase II)<br />Navy Base Guam / Andersen, GU (Phase I) <br />JB Anacostia-Bolling, DC(Phase II)<br />Naval Station Norfolk / Ft Story, VA(Phase I)<br />JB Ft Lewis - McChord, WA (Phase II) <br />JB Ft Myer - Henderson Hall, VA (Phase I) <br />Charleston / Naval WS Charleston, SC (Phase II)<br />JB McGuire - Ft Dix - Naval AS Lakehurst, NJ (Phase I)<br />JB Andrews - Naval Air Facility Wash, MD (Phase I)<br />JB Elmendorf - Richardson, AK (Phase II)<br />Lackland / Randolph / Ft Sam, TX(Phase II)<br />Langley / Ft Eustis, VA (Phase II)<br />Navy<br />Lead<br />Army<br />Lead<br />AF<br />Lead<br />Lead Component responsible for providing Installation Support for the entire Joint Base<br />
    5. 5. Joint Base San Antonio Scope<br />Increase by 4,000<br />Increase by $1.56B<br />Increase by 24,500 annually<br />Increase by 4,000 annually<br />Increase by 7,000<br />Area<br />Plant <br />Value<br />Military<br />Civilians<br />Students<br />
    6. 6. Joint Base San Antonio Scope<br />Area<br />Plant <br />Value<br />TOTAL<br />= 49,335<br />= 28,461<br />= 133,600<br />Military<br /> Civilians<br /> Students<br />Permanent Party personnel = 84,488<br />Rotational / Training = 138,600/12mo = 11,550<br />Total Number Supported Daily = 96,000 <br />
    7. 7. JBSA Supported Units<br />Lackland (80)<br />Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Agency<br />59th Medical Wing<br />24th Air Force<br />433d Airlift Wing<br />37th Training Wing<br />67th Network Warfare Wing<br />688th Information Operation Wing<br />Defense Language Institute<br />Inter-American AF Academy<br />149th Fighter Wing<br />National Security Agency / Central Security Service TX<br />69 additional units<br />Randolph (35)<br /><ul><li> Air Education & Training Command
    8. 8. 19th Air Force
    9. 9. AF Personnel Center
    10. 10. AF Recruiting Svc
    11. 11. 12th Flying Training Wing
    12. 12. 30 additional units</li></ul>Fort Sam Houston (96)<br />US Army North<br />MEDCOM<br />Installation Management Command<br />US Army South<br />Army Medical Dept Center & School<br />Army Family & Morale, Welfare & Recreation Command <br />Installation Management Command – West Region<br />Brooke Army Medical Center/Southern Regional <br /> Medical Command<br />Medical Education & Training Campus<br />Mission & Installation Contracting Command<br />Army Environmental Command<br />Dental Command & Veterinary Command<br />5th ROTC Cadet Command<br />Institute of Surgical Research<br />106th Signal Brigade<br />32d Medical Training Brigade<br />470th Military Intelligence Brigade<br />5th Recruiting Brigade<br />82 additional units<br />211 Supported Units 27 General Officers <br /> 16 SES’s<br />
    13. 13. Community / Political Considerations<br />JBSA interfaces and will work regularly with:<br />2 US Senators<br />4 US Congressmen<br />8 State Senators / Representatives<br />All 11 members of San Antonio City Council<br />14 other City Councils / Municipalities<br />Officials from 5 County Governments<br />Active participation from 5 Chambers of Commerce<br />5 universities / colleges (7 campuses) and Alamo Community College Dist<br />Texas Military Preparedness Commission<br />7th largest city in US and 3rd fastest growing metropolitan area<br />8<br />
    14. 14. Customer Focused Structure<br />AETC/CC<br />19 AF<br />2 AF<br />12 FTW<br />37 TRW<br />502 ABW<br />502 <br />ABW/CC<br />ABW/CV<br />Wing Staff<br /> Director of Staff Mgt Analysis<br /> Judge Advocate Protocol<br /> Safety Command Post <br /> Anti-Terrorism Sexual Assault Response<br /> Equal Op Info Protection <br /> Historian Inspector General<br /> Public Affairs Chaplain<br /> Financial Mgr Plans, Programs/Integration<br />59 MDW<br />Lackland<br />802 MSG<br />Randolph<br />902 MSG<br />Fort Sam<br />502 MSG<br />Security Forces Civil Engineer Logistics Readiness<br />Force Support Communications Contracting *Trainer Development* *Operations Support* <br />Total Personnel: ~ 8,000<br />502 ABW/CC direct report to AETC/CC <br />
    15. 15. Services Provided<br /><ul><li>Command Support
    16. 16. Community Services
    17. 17. Environmental Services
    18. 18. Facilities
    19. 19. Fire and Emergency Services
    20. 20. Housing
    21. 21. Human Resources
    22. 22. Information Technology
    23. 23. Logistics
    24. 24. Operational Mission Services
    25. 25. Security Services</li></li></ul><li>Standard AF CE Squadron*<br />Operations<br /><ul><li> Facility & Infrastructure Operations, Maintenance & Repair
    26. 26. Material Control
    27. 27. Work Order / Job Planners
    28. 28. Customer Service
    29. 29. Service Contracts</li></ul>Resources<br /><ul><li> Resource Advisor/Financial Mgt
    30. 30. Information Technology
    31. 31. Manpower</li></ul>Asset Management<br /><ul><li> Comprehensive Planning
    32. 32. Real Estate
    33. 33. Housing Operations and Mgt
    34. 34. Natural Infrastructure Mgt (NIM)
    35. 35. Environmental Quality
    36. 36. Cultural / Natural Resources
    37. 37. Energy Mgt
    38. 38. Environmental Restoration</li></ul>Fire Emergency Services<br /><ul><li> Fire Response
    39. 39. Fire Prevention
    40. 40. HAZMAT Response</li></ul>CES/CC<br />Operations (CEO)<br />Readiness & Emergency Mgt <br /><ul><li> CBRNE Training
    41. 41. Hazmat Training
    42. 42. AFIMS / C2 / EOC Operations
    43. 43. Mobile Command Post
    44. 44. Emergency Management Plans
    45. 45. Prime BEEF Pgm Management</li></ul>Asset Mgt (CEA)<br />Programs (CEP)<br />Programs<br /><ul><li> Program Development
    46. 46. Infrastructure Planning
    47. 47. Housing / Dorm Planning
    48. 48. Environmental Planning
    49. 49. Design
    50. 50. Contract Execution
    51. 51. SABER</li></ul>Resources (CER)<br />Fire EmgSvs (CEF)<br />Explosive Ordnance Disposal <br />Readiness / EM (CEX)<br />EOD (CED)<br />
    52. 52. JB Functions<br />Command Management<br /><ul><li> Admin Management
    53. 53. Executive Office
    54. 54. Inspector General / IR
    55. 55. Postal Svcs
    56. 56. Record Mgt
    57. 57. Honors & Protocol
    58. 58. Advisory Svcs</li></ul> - EO, EEO, SARC<br /> - Mil & Civ Drug Testing<br />21 Civil Engineer Functions<br />49 Functions from Wing Support Staff, MSG, & OSS<br />
    59. 59. Civil Engineering Scope<br />Sustains ~$10B physical plant<br />Nearly 4,000 facilities / 18M square feet<br />Over 50,000 acres; including protected habitats<br />More historic structures than any other installation <br />Authorized workforce of over 1,500 personnel<br />~50% manned on Ft Sam<br />Basic annual non-labor budget of over $200M<br />$4.8B investment over 10-yr period<br />CE is major area of emphasis in Joint Basing <br />42% of all JBIG functions<br />COLS - ~20-25% of all COLS are in CE<br />All during monumental BRAC and Joint Basing transformation<br />
    60. 60. Size Comparison(# facilities, square footage, PRV)<br />3869Facs,<br />17.956 MSF<br /># of facilities vs facility areas<br />671 Facs,<br />10.585 MSF<br />1377 Facs,<br />9.234 MSF<br />777 Facs,<br />7.885 MSF<br />973 Facs,<br />3.936 MSF<br />1042 Facs,<br />4.139 MSF<br />614 Facs,<br />2.038 MSF<br />344 Facs,<br />11.428 MSF<br />408 Facs,<br />2.346 MSF<br />Plant Replacement Values<br />
    61. 61. Construction Volume(1)– San AntonioFunding Sources: FY06-15<br />$1,496<br />Total DoD Program = $4.2B<br />Plus $500M Housing at LAFB<br />$669<br />$387<br />$322<br />$313<br />$317<br />$263<br />$234<br />$156<br />$52<br />Programmed Year<br />(1) Numbers do not include complete coverage of SRM Projects<br />Note: Some numbers vary slightly due to rounding<br />
    62. 62. Army/Air Force Facilities Condition<br />Army Facilities:<br />Q1: 30%<br />Q2: 21%<br />Q3: 17%<br />Q4: 32%<br />Air Force Facilities:<br />Q1: 71%<br />Q2: 21%<br />Q3: 7%<br />Q4: 1%<br />16<br />
    63. 63. JBSA Sustainability<br /><ul><li>Sustainability is vital at JBSA
    64. 64. Energy conservation is key in reducing dependency on foreign oil
    65. 65. Conservation enhances Services’ ability to support mission needs
    66. 66. Conserving provides value to the community – JBSA could potentially have combined peak loads of 100MW
    67. 67. Conserving energy and resources is key to strategic goals</li>

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