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The final step in developing and adjusting the sortie requirement is to inflate the count to account for attrition (maintenance and weather cancellations), scheduling inefficiency, and noncontinuation training sorties. Some scheduled sorties cannot be completed because of either maintenance or weather aborts. Although these aborted sorties do not satisfy training requirements, they nonetheless consume available time on ranges and airspace because the scheduled time generally cannot be reallocated on short notice (in the case of maintenance aborts) or used by other aircrews (in the case of weather or mission conflict aborts).

RPI 1 pilots are considered CMR and are distributed using assumed rates between experienced and inexperienced categories. 19RAP specifies the number of sorties by type that each aircrew member must fly in a training cycle. Additionally, it specifies a number of sorties that can be of any type, depending on the commander’s judgment of where the individual or unit needs training emphasis. Elements of the Analytic Structure 23 counts by an assumed average flight size for each MDS/sortie-type combination.

Qualitatively, large proportions of fighter sorties are flown using routes, areas, and ranges with substandard characteristics. Collectively, these deficiencies make it difficult for crews to experience, and learn to react to, the threats and conditions they must be prepared to encounter in combat. Quantitatively, we found sufficient capacity on routes and areas but some limitations on ranges. One base, Davis-Monthan, appears to face insufficient capacity, while two others (Pope and Moody) must split their sorties between two ranges to meet their capacity requirements.

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