BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER
AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND

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AFI10-404AFSPC1

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1 March 1995

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Operations

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BASE SUPPORT PLANNING

AFI10-404, 16 Nov 94, is supplemented as follows and applies to Headquarters Air Force Space Command (HQ AFSPC) and its subordinate units. It applies to AFSPC-gained units and Air Force Reserves and Air National Guard (ANG) tenant units located at AFSPC installations. This publication applies to ANG when published in the ANGIND2.

SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
This supplement constitutes a complete rewrite of AFR28-31AFSPC1 and aligns guidance to AFI10-404.

2.1.1. HQ AFSPC/XPXW will provide NAFs/wings with pertinent WMP guidance on factors impacting base support planning.

2.1.3. AFSPC units may consolidate all base-level plans (such as the Disaster Preparedness Plan and the Base Deployment Plan) into the Base Support Plan (BSP). AFSPC units may either refer to or incorporate requirements of AFIs 10-402, Mobilization Planning, and AFI 10-403, Deployment Planning, into the Base Support Plan.

3.2.1(Added). HQ AFSPC/LGXP, Plans and Readiness Branch, is the command office of primary responsibility (OPR) for base support planning. Figure 3-1 (Added) lists the HQ AFSPC functional managers for BSP chapters.

Table 3-1(Added). AFSPC Functional Management for BSP Annexes.
 
 
HQ AFSPC
 
 
FUNCTIONAL
CHAPTER
TITLE
MANAGER
Overall Plan
 
LGXP
Chapter 1
Command Relationships
XPM
Chapter 2
Inplace Forces
XPXW
Chapter 3
Transiting and Employing Forces
XPXW/DOX/LGXP
Chapter 4
Preconflict Measures
All
Chapter 5
Execution Checklist
All

Table 3-1(Added). AFSPC Functional Management for BSP Annexes. (Continued)
 
 
HQ AFSPC
 
 
FUNCTIONAL
CHAPTER
TITLE
MANAGER
Chapter 6
Reception
XPXW/LGXP/DPA
Chapter 7
Maps
CEC
Chapter 8
Airfield Operational Data
CEC
Chapter 9
Airfield Loading and Parking Plan
CEC/LGM/LGT
Chapter 10
NEO and Safehaven Operations
DPA
Chapter 11
Civil Engineering
CEP
Chapter 12
Services
SVX
Chapter 13
Medical
SGAX
Chapter 14
Intelligence
INX
Chapter 15
Supply
LGSE
Chapter 16
Petroleum, Oil and Lubricants
LGSF
Chapter 17
Transportation
LGTR
Chapter 18
Aerial Port Operations
LGTR
Chapter 19
War Reserve Materiel (WRM)
LGXP
Chapter 20
Support Agreements and Host Nation Support
LGXP
Chapter 21
Maintenance
LGM/SCM
Chapter 22
Munitions
LGMW
Chapter 23
Personnel
DPA
Chapter 24
Information Management
IMX
Chapter 25
Postal
IMQ
Chapter 26
Command and Control Systems
DOC/SCM
Chapter 27
Security
SPO
Chapter 28
Operations Security (OPSEC)
DOC/DOX
Chapter 29
Financial Management and Comptroller
FMF
Chapter 30
Contracting
LGC
Chapter 31
Weather
DOOW
Chapter 32
Public Affairs
PAR
Chapter 33
Legal
JAE
Chapter 34
Chaplain
HC
Chapter 35
Safety
SET
Chapter 36
Office of Special Investigation (OSI)
SPO

Table 3-1(Added). AFSPC Functional Management for BSP Annexes. (Continued)
 
 
HQ AFSPC
 
 
FUNCTIONAL
CHAPTER
TITLE
MANAGER
Chapter 37
Visual Information Systems
SCM
Chapter 38
Limiting Factors (LIMFAC)
XPXW/DOX/LGXP
Chapter 39
(Added)
Communications and Computers
SCM

3.2.2(Added). HQ AFSPC/XPXW will provide NAFs/wings with OPlan data required for preparation of the BSP, Part 2.

3.2.3(Added). Each AFSPC wing/unit serving as host for an AFSPC installation will prepare, as a minimum, a BSP Part 1.

3.2.4(Added). AFSPC units serving as tenants on installations hosted by other Services/commands will provide the host with all pertinent data affecting host BSP development. These tenants will provide a representative to the host Base Support Planning Committee (BSPC) meetings.

3.2.5(Added). AFSPC BSP OPRs will ensure that requirements for tenant units on their installation are included in the AFSPC BSP.

3.2.6(Added). AFSPC BSP OPRs are authorized direct contact/coordination with units that transit or bed down at AFSPC installations.

3.4.1. Provide courtesy copies of BSP inputs for both deploying and receiving units to HQ AFSPC/XPXW, HQ AFSPC/LGXP, and the applicable NAF/LGX.

3.5. The senior commander at AFSPC installations is responsible for ensuring that base support planning is conducted in accordance with AFI 10-404 and this supplement, and is the approval authority for the installation BSP. The AFSPC BSP OPR serves as the installation commander's executive agent for BSP development. The BSP OPR for AFSPC installations is the wing/unit plans office (typically residing in XP). The installation OPR for logistics issues affecting base support planning is the wing/unit logistics plans office (typically residing in XP or LSS/LGLX). The BSP OPR will ensure that tenant unit OPRs are represented on the BSPC.

3.8.3.3. Forward copies of LIMFAC reports to HQ AFSPC/XPXW, HQ AFSPC/LGXP, the affected
HQ AFSPC functional manager(s), and NAF/LGX immediately upon identification and semiannually thereafter, no later than 31 January and 31 July. AFSPC units which are tenants on another Service/ command installation will comply with the host's LIMFAC reporting requirements, and will extract their portion of applicable LIMFACs from the host's reports and forward to the agencies listed above. If the host does not generate a LIMFAC report, AFSPC tenant units will create a report utilizing the same timing criteria as host AFSPC units (upon identification and no later than 31 January and 31 July).

4.1.2. HQ AFSPC/XPXW will provide AFSPC NAFs/wings/units with preliminary data to facilitate BSP, Part 2, development prior to OPlan approval and release.

4.1.2.1. HQ AFSPC/XPXW will develop timelines for BSP Part 2 development based on current OPlan status and will notify all affected agencies to include HQ AFSPC/LGXP, NAF/LGX, and installation BSP OPR.
4.1.7.1. In addition to normal distribution, provide one hard copy and one disk copy of the completed BSP to HQ AFSPC/XPXW, HQ AFSPC/LGXP, and NAF/LGX.
4.2.1.1. BSP OPRs are authorized direct contact/coordination with units that transit or bed down at AFSPC installations.

4.3. AFSPC BSPs will be titled "BASE AIR FORCE BASE SUPPORT PLAN, Calendar Year." (e.g., "VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE SUPPORT PLAN, 1995") The short title will be "XAFB BSP XX." (e.g., "VAFB BSP 95") Use the year of approval in the title and update during major changes or when reaccomplished. (e.g., "VAFB BSP 95-1" for the first major change during that year.

5.1.2. Part 2 of the BSP will be subdivided by the affected OPlans, CONPLANs, or OpOrds. These subdivisions will compare resources, processes, and procedures identified in the BSP Part 1 with known requirements from each tasked plan. As in the BSP Part 1, the chapter format in AFI 10-404, Attachment 2, will be used for the BSP Part 2 plan sections. Each section will be titled according to the plan it supports. (e.g., "10025" for OPlan 1002-95.) As a minimum, each plan section will address the applicable planning considerations identified in AFI 10-404, Attachment 3.

EDWARD L. BAILEY, JR., Colonel, USAF
Director of Logistics