RTF 3010 COMAFFOR APPORTIONMENT OF ALLOCATION PROCESS (CAAP)
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What is the main objective of CAPP?
Objective is to balance the needs of the current CCDR requirements versus capability·
Provide current status of AMC Force Structure·
Allow AMC to develop a Common Operating Picture (COP)
What is the AMC Allocation Timeline?
Allocation period covers a calendar month, but linked to 5 additional planning months 1 + 5·
UAL goes to unit in the form of a FRAG order·
The planning horizon looks out an additional 18 months ( personnel, cargo, supplies, training)·
Standard planning horizon is 24 months·
What are the 3 types of information required for allocation planning?
Commander Intent & Planning guidance - Where to focus efforts and where to accept risks
Requirements Data - Point where requirements first come to view
Capacity Data (per MDS, ARC/ANG, PACAF, USAFE, Deployed)
Capacity Data: Aircrew availability (AMC/A3) / Aircraft based on computation (AMC/A4)Continually refine allocation recommendation…shortfallRecommendation – Decision – FRAGO - Execution LEVEL OF EFFORT· Used to indicate assumed conditions and readiness impacts associated with allocation aircraft between operation & readiness tasks· Percentage of possess aircraftFour Levels (Bands)Max Effort Tempo Band (90 – 100%)· AMC units generate max amount of tails· ARC assets fully mobilized; ½ of AETC aircraft and mx assets are assumed to be committed· Inspections & TCTOs will be extended· Plans to reduce depot possessed aircraft will be implemented· Backlog of inspections, repairs, TCTOs will exist· Reconstitution will be warrantedSurge Tempo Band (75 – 90%)· More than steady state to support requirements· Comes at the expense of DDs, potential TCTO deferment· AMC acknowledges its difficult to recover fromSteady State Tempo Band (90-100%)· Allows for completion of normal depot and modification fleet management· Units expected to generate aircraft up to the standard AMC commit rates for their MDSReconstitution Band ( <30 – 65%)· After prolonged deferred mx at high or surged commit rates· Effectively a MX surge to be used as a catch up period to get caught back up to normal AMC standards· Effects maintenance· Get the fleet healthy AIRCRAFT AVIALABILTIY FORECASTINGCAAP initial allocation equation is based on :· Possessed aircraft or PAI, whichever is lower· AMC/A$ determines number of tails possessed· Adjusted for aircraft deployed / CHOPpedPACAF / USAFE allocation based on agreement· Based on agreement cord· ANG / ARC voluntarily contribute for predetermined period of timeCommit Rate (AMC/A4) is based on · Mission Capable rate for an MDS· Mx Generation capability for a given location· Adjustment depend on known availability issues, small units may have adjusted commit rate· Acft Modification· MC status and maintenance generation ability to produceUnit Training Tails come from task able aircraft· Unit communicate air and ground· ADT recommends number of training aircraft· Data reflected in upcoming month’s UAL recommendations· Training tails included in monthly UAL formerly known as the Training Fence.CAAP EXAMPLESAircraft Available for Tasking· Committee Rate * Tails possessed < PAI· Fractions are round downAircraft Maintenance Requirement· Tails possessed – Aircraft Available for Tasking· Fractions are round downTaskable by CAAP =· Aircraft available for tasking – deployed aircraft
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