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Alpena CRTC Operations Fact Sheet

Foreground; MDANG A-10's Taking Off with Live AGM-65's Background; MIANG and 
INANG A-10's being loaded with Live AGM-65's

Foreground; MDANG A-10's Taking Off with Live AGM-65's Background; MIANG and INANG A-10's being loaded with Live AGM-65's

The Radar Approach Control systems at the Alpena CRTC are state-of-the-art and allow for the seamless transition of aircraft throughout our airspace.

The Radar Approach Control systems at the Alpena CRTC are state-of-the-art and allow for the seamless transition of aircraft throughout our airspace.

MSgt Tom Campbell prepares for an aircraft to depart the Alpena CRTC.

MSgt Tom Campbell prepares for an aircraft to depart the Alpena CRTC.

AIRFIELD ENVIRONMENTAL:

  • Runway 1-19 is 9001’x150’ grooved concrete; with 1000’ overrun on each end.  Runway is equipped with high intensity runway and threshold lights, marked with instrumental/ all-weather markings and runway distance markers.  Runway 1 has an ILS and approach lights.  BAK-14 barriers are located 1500’from each end with 1200’ roll outs.

  • Runway 7-25 is 5028’x100’ Grooved concrete and lighted with MIRLS

  • All Taxiways are 75’ wide, except Twy D which is 50’, Twy H is 60’

  • Main military parking ramp is 2550’x235’

  • Additional ramp space available for use

  • Arm/ De-arm area located on north and south taxiways with easy access to runway 1-19

  • Largest airspace complex east of the Mississippi

    • Three (3) embedded AR tracks

    • Supersonic capable

    • LATN area covering most of Northern Michigan with imbedded SR routes

    • 14 VR routes

    • Live drop availability at Grayling Air Gunnery Range

    • 2 SR Routes

    • Live water drop availability over R4207

 

FACILITIES:

  • Consolidated permanent party Base Operations

    • Flight planning publications available for transient aircrews

    • Flight filing multimedia available for transient aircrews

  • ATC support consist of Tower and RAPCON.  Full time civilian and military controllers work in both facilities

  • Two (2) State of the Art consolidated deployed unit operations buildings.  Located on flight line

  • One (1) State of the Art deployed unit command post building.  Located on flight line

 

PILOT TRAINING:

  • Latest CAF supported Air Combat Training System.  12 P5 pods available for unit use

    • Live monitor capabilities

  • Latest CAF supported Treat Training System; Three (3) Joint Threat Emitters (JTE) are strategically located around norther Michigan to effectively use the airspace complex.

    • Capable of emulating most single digit threat signals

    • Capable of emulating most double digit threat signals

  • Data Link Capabilities

 

MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT:

  • Full complement of expertly maintained Aerospace Ground Equipment to Accommodate any aircraft

  • Maintenance shops

    • Aerospace Ground Equipment

    • Sheet Metal

    • Munitions Maintenance

  • Complete 12 acre Munitions Compound to include the following structures:

    • Above ground earth covered igloo with 18 individual cells and an additional 2 drive through’ s

    • M&I Facility that include 3 separate bays and office area for visiting units

    • 100’x50’ inert storage warehouse

    • 75’x40’ Above ground un barricade storage building for ready delivery assets

 

MUNITITIONS EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE FOR USE:

  • 14 ea. MHU 141 Trailers

  • 14 ea. MHU 110 Trailers

  • 1 ea. RAMS/MAC

  • 1 ea.GCU-30

  • 1 ea. 4k forklift

  • 5 sets M10 Trees

  • We are capable and have the ability to store any amount of N.E.W. that you may need for your exercise.

  • Current DDSB approved Site Plan

  • Hot Cargo Pad

  • 2 ea. Live load area