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USAF Unmanned Aircraft System Plan 2009-2047

USAF Unmanned Aircraft System Plan 2009-2047

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United States Air Force Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Plan 2009-2047
United States Air Force Unmanned Aircraft System Flight Plan 2009-2047

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The budget converts the long range programmatic view into the format used by Congress for
appropriations acts. DoD includes justification documents with the BES. Part of the conversion to
develop the BES is a repricing of the POM. SAF/FM adjusts program dollars to real price costs based on
“actuals.” The “actuals” are related to the cost of labor and end strength and include: Civilian personnel
measured in work-years, Military personnel end-strength adjustments, and Working Capital Fund reprice
for supply and depot business area workload requirements. These are vetted through the USAF
Corporate Structure (AFCS) and then sent to OSD Comptroller as a combined POM/BES. Further, the
justification for the UAS budget did not account for the urgent COCOM requirements and subsequent
GWOT plus up. The UAS flight plan will assist the staff in prioritizing funding tradeoffs and provide a
basis for the justification of the BES.

6.2.3 Entering the USAF Corporate Process

In order to move the UAS to the baseline budget, it is important to develop a strategic plan for entering
the USAF Corporate Process. At the headquarters level, a hierarchy called the AFCS analyzes and
integrates the budgets and missions of the MAJCOMs, Direct Reporting Units (DRUs), and Field
Operating Agencies (FOAs) into a seamless USAF budget. At its lowest level, this structure consists of
USAF Panels that have responsibilities for particular portfolios. UAS have primarily been competed as
ISR platforms. The flight plan identifies current and future UAS capabilities and missions that impact
nearly all the panels. More significantly, the UAS Flight Plan attempts to move from a platform based to
an effects based force structure.

Air Force UAS Flight Plan

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Figure 12: USAF POM Development Timeline

The following schedule is a USAF POM Development Notional FY10 Timeline:
Notionally, the Timeline for FY11 will mirror the FY10 Timeline by 1 year (CY09-CY10). However, due to
the completion of the FY10 President’s budget (PB), USAF Planners and Programmers should remain
flexible in building the UAS APOM for FY11.

Figure 13: FY10 Notional Timeline

Objective: Develop a strategic financial plan for migrating UAS as a supplemental-funded capability to the
baseline budget. The strategic plan should include but not be limited to manpower, acquisition, and
sustainment. The goal of which will be to link budget requirements to capabilities and requirements.

OPR: SAF/FM, OCR: UAS TF

PPBE Plan & Program 52

AFCS

AFSPC
Programming

Strategic
Guidance

AF POM

Panels

AF
Group

AF
Board

AF
Council

CSAF
SECAF

CRRA

AFSPC
POM

APPG

CONOPS FLT
LEADS

CONOPS/CRRA
PROCESSES

Evaluate POM
“Capabilities”

AF POM Process Review

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06

0708091011

FYDP (FY07 -11)

Execution Years

OSD/OMB

Apr

May

Jun

Jun

Jul

Air Force UAS Flight Plan

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