IRAA
 

Installation Recovery After Attack (IRAA)

Command and Control of Airfield Damage Repair

To support installation recovery after attack, the Air Force required a tool for managing airfield damage repair to enable an operator to manage the personnel, vehicles, and materials used during the recovery of an installation. IRAA provides this support for the Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) Program of Record (PoR) and is used in both Garrison and Expeditionary environments by personnel at all echelons of the Air Force: Squadron, Group, Wing, and MAJCOM.

  
IRAA Dashboard

Dashboard Visualization

Calculate Repair Materials and Expected Repair Times

  


IRAA Dashboard
IRAA Dime
IRAA Equipment
IRAA Materials

IRAA performs repair material calculations and determines expected repair times based on repair size, repair type, and equipment performance parameters. IRAA also has the ability to account for, and plan for, issues encountered during the repair process and to show the effects on the current schedule. In addition, real-time repair team status, timelines, schedules, and production graphs are visualized in the IRAA dashboard enabling commanders to make better informed decisions in the ADR process.

  • Manage a master personnel roster; including AFSC, rank, name, qualifications, location, and training for each individual
  • Manage a master equipment list; including consumption and production rates, fuel levels, and status
  • Manage repair materials; including type, quantity on hand, and storage locations
  • Manage repair teams and their make up; including vehicles, personnel, warehouses, and batch plants
  • Manage UXO mitigation status
  • Manage identified craters and repair zones including assignment to repair teams
  • Manage the damage repair process and repair zones in real time as damage is repaired
  • Manage repair quality for every repair team and repair zone completed
  • Manage project timelines; including projected schedule and completion time
  • Visualize production graphs and schedule; including charts per team and heat charts
  • Account for injections of issues during the repair process and to show the effects on the existing schedule
  • Account for logistics; including transportation times and management of warehouse storage locations and material management
  • Manage at the team level, and report at the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) level
  • Import and export functionality including simple and complex data transformations (e.g. export of damage spatial features for import into GeoExPT)
  • Integrate data from other data sources, including but not limited to GeoExPT and Automated Civil Engineer System Personnel Readiness (ACES-PR)
  • Generate various reports (e.g., team production, schedule, and team list)

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IRAA Comand

Command and Control of Airfield Damage Repair

Real-Time Repair Team Status, Timelines, and Schedules
 


To support installation recovery after attack, the Air Force required a tool for managing airfield damage repair to enable an operator to manage the personnel, vehicles, and materials used during the recovery of an installation. IRAA provides this support for the Airfield Damage Repair (ADR) Program of Record (PoR) and is used in both Garrison and Expeditionary environments by personnel at all echelons of the Air Force; Squadron, Group, Wing, and MAJCOM.

IRAA integrates data and information from multiple data sources and provides a much needed capability to manage repair team configurations including vehicles, equipment, personnel, warehouses, and batch plants; and to provide personnel recommendations based on Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSC) and personnel licensing.