BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER
AIR FORCE SPACE COMMAND

AFI13-213AFSPC1

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1 December 1994

Operations

AIRFIELD MANAGEMENT

\* Mergeformat AFI13-213, 25 April 1994, is supplemented as follows and applies to Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) subordinate units performing airfield management responsibilities. It directs management of AFSPC airfields. It does not apply to the Air National Guard nor the Air Force Reserves.
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SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
\* Mergeformat Establishes documentation procedures for airfield inspections. Releases Patrick and Vandenberg AFBs from maintaining a decelerometer. Adds agenda items for airfield management personnel to brief during the base air traffic control board. Adds airfield management responsibility of ensuring waivers are obtained prior to airfield construction. \* Mergeformat Changes OPR to HQ AFSPC, Airfield Operations (DOOH). Requires letter of agreements to be reviewed annually. Requires Flight Information Publication (FLIP) subaccounts to be revalidated and justified annually. Releases Thule AB from maintaining a UHF radio. Adds runway incursion and anti-hijack procedures to OI and QRF requirements. Modifies two person on shift policy. Provides criteria for base operations to discontinue posting NOTAM summaries. Adds flight line driving responsibilities. Requires RCRs to be accomplished on ramps and taxiways. Revisions are noted by the use of an asterisk (*).

3.4.THULE AB: Frequency of inspections will be as indicated in the Statement of Work (SOW).

A1.6.1. Ensure the operations group commander and commanders of tenant units, or their representatives, are notified immediately of any degraded flying facilities that prevent unrestricted use of the base to support flying operations. Coordinate operational restrictions as far in advance as possible with the operations group commander, commanders of tenant flying units, and base support agencies (e.g. civil engineering, logistics, transient maintenance).

A1.6.8. Chief of Airfield Management issues privately-owned vehicle (POV) flight line passes to individuals requiring frequent access to the flight line for mission necessity only. Rejustify POV flight line passes annually. THULE AB: POVs are not authorized on the flight line.

A1.7.7.THULE AB: U.S. military personnel operate facilities and services to handle classified material at a location designated by the installation commander.

A2.1.2.7.THULE AB: U.S. military personnel operate facilities and services to handle classified material at a location designated by the installation commander.

A2.1.2.10. The flight service section maintains a separate binder for operating instructions (OIs) and quick reaction files (QRFs). The OIs and QRFs must be reviewed at least annually. As a minimum, an OI or QRF will be created for each of the following items:

A2.1.2.10.1(Added). Aircraft emergencies.
A2.1.2.10.2(Added). Overdue aircraft.
A2.1.2.10.3(Added). Disposal of external and internal stores or cargo jettison for aircraft in flight.
A2.1.2.10.4(Added). Hung ordinance and hot armament.
A2.1.2.10.5(Added). No flight plan arrival.
A2.1.2.10.7(Added). BROKEN ARROW (not required for Thule AB).
A2.1.2.10.9(Added). Pyramid alert recall procedures.

A5.1.PETERSON AFB: The Chief of Airfield Management is not authorized to establish flying areas or traffic patterns and serves as military liaison to the FAA and city airport officials in these matters.

A6.1.3. The Chief of Airfield Management, or designated representative, instructs base operations personnel on TO 33-1-23, Procedures for Use of Decelerometer to Measure Runway Slickness, and provides written instructions for determining the RSC and RCR. PETERSON AFB: The airfield manager establishes procedures to obtain RSR and/or RCR information on active runways and/or taxiways from city airport officials. RSC/RCR data for the military parking ramp is determined by military personnel.

A6.2.1. Display the entire airfield RSC and RCR in a location visible to all base and transient aircrews. Also, advise aircrews on conditions when filing flight plans.

A.7.3.1.1. Installation commanders or designated representative notify HQ AFSPC/DOOH of all PPR and OBO restrictions. Restrictions of less than 15 days may be approved by the installation commander. Restrictions exceeding 15 days require MAJCOM approval and must reach HQ AFSPC/DOOH 7 days before proposed implementation

A7.3.2.1. Installation commanders or designated representative notify HQ AFSPC/DOOH of all planned airfield closures. Planned closures exceeding 72 hours require MAJCOM approval and must reach HQ AFSPC/DOOH at least 7 days before proposed closure date. Planned closures of less than 72 hours may be approved by the installation commander with an advisory sent to HQ AFSPC/DOOH. Unplanned closures due to aircraft accidents, incidents, or other unforeseen events will be reported to the MAJCOM according to AFSPCR55-2, AFSPC Reporting System.

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JOHN A. GORDON, Brigadier General, USAF
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