AIR FORCE - AFPAM 10-219 VOL 3
CIVIL ENGINEER CONTINGENCY RESPONSE AND RECOVERY PROCEDURES
|Publication Date:||7 May 2015|
The information in this pamphlet supports implementation of Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 10-2, Readiness. It builds upon lessons learned and doctrinal precepts outlined in AF Doctrine Volume 5, Support, AF Doctrine Annex 3-34, Engineer Operations, current AF policy, and other related and relevant CE publications. This relationship is illustrated in Figure 1.1. See Attachment 1 for a complete list of references and supporting information.
Volumes 1 and 2 of this pamphlet series address CE planning and preparedness for natural or manmade disasters and installation attack. This volume, coupled with information in Air Force Pamphlet (AFPAM) 10-219, Volume 4, Airfield Damage Repair Operations, address measures that support an effective CE contingency recovery capability. Specifically, this volume addresses base and unit level CE recovery actions associated with the following areas:
CE Unit Control Center (UCC) operations
Auxiliary fire fighting and search and rescue
Explosive ordnance reconnaissance (EOR)
Expedient facility and utility repair processes and strategies
Operation and maintenance (O&M) and follow-on repairs
Self-protection and work party security
Base denial procedures
For comprehensive contingency response and recovery activities related to Emergency Management (EM), FES, and EOD, users should refer to AFI 10-2501; AFI 32-2001, Fire Emergency Services (FES) Program; AFI 32-3001, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Program; and relevant AFMAN 10-2500-series and AFPAM 32-2000-series publications.