Emergency Electrical Power. Provide two 600 kW emergency generators
(primary and backup) with automatic starting and switching capability as
described in par. 2.5.7. Provide emergency power to the following:
Loads as required by NFPA-101.
b) Electronic equipment in the operations control, mission
Exterior security lighting and security systems.
meet the minimum security measures for external security. If the facility is
located within a restricted area of a lower level of security or is located
remote and outside of an established restricted area, provide additional
measures to meet the minimum security requirements for the level of security
assigned to the facility. The level of security and the designer's
responsibility for particular security elements shall be designated in the
IDSEP. Refer to par. 2.6. Provide the following:
External and internal surveillance television cameras and
Electronic cipher door locks at entry doors.
Additional Design Criteria.
Refer to Section 2 for facility design
requirements not addressed above.
Air Cargo Terminal
Function. The air cargo terminal houses equipment and personnel for
handling and movement of material including, but not limited to, receipt of
packages, control documentation, palletization, holding for shipment, aircraft
loading and unloading, package sorting, and loading on trucks. Air cargo
terminals, to the maximum degree feasible, are mechanized and, where
justified, automated, and computer controlled.
Location. Locate the air cargo terminal as a stand-alone facility
or combined with the air passenger terminal on the apron line in reasonable
proximity to the air operations building. Refer to MIL-HDBK-1021/1 and par.