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AFSC MANUAL 91-710 (VOL 4), (AFSPCMAN91-710V4) RANGE SAFETY USER REQUIREMENTS MANUAL VOLUME 4 - AIRBORNE FLIGHT SAFETY SYSTEM DESIGN, TEST, AND DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS (1 JUL 2004)., This manual implements Department of Defense Directive (DoDD) 3100.10, Space Policy; DoDD 3200.11, Major Range and Test Facility Base; DoDD 3230.3, DoD Support for Commercial Space Activities; Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 91-1, Nuclear Weapons and Systems Surety; AFPD 91-2, Safety Programs; AFPD 63-12, Assurance of Occupational Safety, Suitability, and Effectiveness; Air Force Instruction (AFI) 91-202, The US Air Force Mishap Prevention Program, (AFSPC Sup 1); and the Memorandum of Agreement between the Department of the Air Force and the Federal Aviation Administration on Safety for Space Transportation and Range Activities. This volume incorporates information previously found in Eastern and Western Range 127-1, Chapter 4, Airborne Range Safety System Design, Test, and Documentation Requirements. It establishes the design and test requirements for the airborne flight safety system (FSS) and the associated ground support equipment (GSE) for vehicles launched from Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) ranges, including the Eastern Range (ER) and the Western Range (WR). Additionally, these requirements have been derived from the FAA rule and Range Commanders Council (RCC) 319, Flight Termination Systems Commonality Standard, such that they represent the requirements of all Major Range and Test Facility Base (MRTFB), including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Wallops Flight Facility launch facilities. The FSS safety approval process is defined along with the documentation requirements each Range User is expected to provide. Unless specifically noted in this volume, the term Range Safety refers to the Operations Support and Flight Analysis groups at the AFSPC ranges. This volume applies to all Range Users conducting or supporting operations on the ranges. Range Users include the Department of Defense (DoD), non-DoD United States (US) government agencies, civilian launch operators, and foreign government agencies and other foreign entities that use AFSPC range facilities and test equipment; conduct prelaunch and launch operations, including payloads to orbital insertion or impact; and/or require on-orbit or other related support. Commercial users intending to provide launch services from one of the ranges shall have a license or license application in process from the Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) or have a DoD sponsorship and be accepted by the DoD to use the ER or WR. Foreign government organizations or other foreign entities shall be sponsored by an appropriate US government organization or be a customer of a Range User. This volume applies to the Air National Guard. It does not apply to the Air Force Reserve Command. NOTE: 1. Volume 1 includes a complete table of contents for all the volumes of AFSPCMAN 91-710. In addition, each individual volume contains its own table of contents. Volume 7 contains a glossary of references, acronyms and abbreviations, and terms for use with all the volumes. Special publication formatting features are described in 1.2.3 of this volume. 2. Bordered paragraphs are non-mandatory and are used to identify some of the potential detailed technical solutions that meet the performance requirements of this document as well as applicable lessons learned.



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