14920 Aircraft Arresting System
An aircraft-arresting system is installed equipment that consists of two main parts:
an engaging device and an energy absorber. Examples of engaging devices are
barrier nets, disc-supported cables, and remotely raised cables. Absorbing devices
include anchor chains, rotary-friction brakes, and rotary-hydraulic units, and can be
located aboveground or underground.
14935 Blast/Exhaust Deflector
A structure that directs exhaust from engines upward or inward to prevent the
parking areas, maintenance areas, and nearby buildings. It is also used to channel the
effects of blast away from critical areas and to protect nearby facilities.
A reinforced frame (metal, wood, or concrete) facility that supports or contains
various types of equipment. Typical uses are for antenna, radar, and drying
Facility Class 1: Operational and Training Facilities, Category Group 17:
Item and Allowance
Aircraft Instrument Trainer Building
Aircraft instrument trainer building. See Cat. Code 17112, Flight Simulator Building.
Flight Simulator Building
May be authorized in accordance with the DA-approved basis of issue plan and
should conform to the following standard type facilities and scopes:
Gross Area (m2)
Gross Area (ft2)
UH-1 FS (2B24)*
CH-47 FS (2B31)*
AH-1 FS (2B33)*
UH-60 FS (2B38)*
AH-64 FWS (2B40)
FS = FLT SIMS
FWS = FLT and WPN SIM
*(Definitive drawings for these facilities may be obtained through HQDA (DAEN-ECE-A).