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Hill Air Force Base Mobile Shelving – Air Force bases use a variety of paper records, including but not limited to: maintenance and repair records for aircraft, personnel files, medical records, security clearance paperwork, supply chain and inventory records, and financial and accounting documents. The exact types of paper records may vary depending on the specific needs and operations of the Air Force Base.

Air Force Base Mobile Shelving

Hill Air Force Base Mobile Shelving

Purchased off Datum Federal Contract # GS-28F-1040C Hill Air Force Base in Ogden Utah purchased Mobile Shelving from Material Handling USA. 

Mobile Shelving allows you to keep everything you need in stock and close by. 

What kind of parts would a base store on mobile shelving? An Air Force base could potentially store a variety of parts on mobile shelving depending on their specific needs and operations. Some examples of parts that may be stored on mobile shelving include:

1. Aircraft parts such as engines, landing gear, avionics systems, and hydraulics.
2. Maintenance and repair parts such as tools, replacement parts, and supplies.
3. Electronic components such as circuit boards, connectors, and wiring.
4. General inventory items such as uniforms, supplies, and office equipment.
5. Medical supplies and equipment needed for the treatment of military personnel and their families.

Hill Air Force Base Mobile Shelving

How easy it it to relocate mobile shelving?

Really easy. This one had to be reconfigured to fit the new space and it was easy in every respect! And a fast job to complete on a tight schedule! 

Mobile shelving allows for efficient use of space, making it ideal for storing a wide variety of items in a compact and organized manner.

Air Force Base Shelving

How does The Air Force use a GSA Contract to buy mobile shelving?

An Air Force base can use a GSA (General Services Administration) contract to buy mobile shelving in a simplified and streamlined process. The GSA establishes contracts with pre-negotiated terms and conditions that have been vetted through a competitive bidding process. The Air Force base would submit a purchase request to the GSA for the specific mobile shelving they need, and the GSA would provide the options available under the contract.

Once the Air Force base selects the desired mobile shelving from the GSA contract, they would place the order with the supplier listed in the contract. Since the terms and pricing of the contract have already been established, there is no need for the Air Force base to solicit bids or negotiate with potential suppliers. This can save time and effort in the procurement process.

What does Hill Air Force Base in Utah do?

Hill Air Force Base, located in Northern Utah, performs several core missions, including:

1. Sustaining and modifying fighter aircraft: Hill AFB is home to the Ogden Air Logistics Complex (OO-ALC), which provides logistics, maintenance, and sustainment support for several Air Force fighter aircraft, including F-35A Lightning II, F-22 Raptor, F-16 Fighting Falcon, and A-10 Thunderbolt II.

2. Testing and evaluating munitions and weapons systems: The base is home to the Air Force Test Center’s Munitions Directorate, which oversees testing and evaluation of weapons, munitions, and other combat support systems.

3. Operating and maintaining intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs): Hill AFB supports the Air Force’s global nuclear deterrence mission by providing ICBM support through missile maintenance, missile handling, and operational support.

4. Supporting intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) missions: The base is also home to several ISR units and supports various intelligence and surveillance missions.

In addition to these core missions, Hill AFB is home to several other units and organizations, including the 419th Fighter Wing, 388th Fighter Wing, 75th Air Base Wing, and the Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG).