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There are many existing tools that can be used to encourage, promote, and manage compatibility between military installations and their neighboring communities to help minimize encroachment. This chapter provides an overview of compatibility tools currently used or applied in evaluating and addressing compatibility issues in the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (AFB) and Dare County Range (DCR) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) Study Areas. Relative to compatibility planning, there are a number of existing plans and programs, which are either designed to address compatibility directly or which indirectly address compatibility issues through the topics they cover. This summary provides an overview of key plans and programs that impact compatibility planning organized by level of government. There are three types of planning tools evaluated relative to their applicability: permanent, semi‐permanent, and conditional. Permanent planning tools include acquisition programs, either fee simple purchase of property or the purchase of development rights. Semi‐permanent tools include regulations such as zoning or adopted legislation. Conditional tools include memorandums of understanding, intergovernmental agreements, and other policy documents such as comprehensive plans and general plans that can be periodically modified. The tools listed in this chapter are not exhaustive, but are meant to provide a general overview of the primary tools currently utilized in the JLUS Study Area. 4.1 Federal Plans and Progra Air Force Instruction 90-2001 Air Force Instruction 90‐2001 was published in implement the Encroachment Management Pro applies to all Air Force installations including Se address encroachment issues and prevent or re encroachment. The Instruction includes Encroa Framework, which has four elements (Organize address the variety of challenges. Organization involvement, a cross‐functional management st structure, a designated Executive Director at th geographic scope. Assessment includes studyin relationships and developing encroachment stu Complex Encroachment Management Action Pl implementation of programs. Lastly, monitoring awareness of mission needs and encroachment Department of Defense Area Planni Training Routes (AP/1B) The Department of Defense provides textual an operating instructions for all military training ro tracks/anchors in the document AP/1B DOD Flig Area Planning Military Training Routes. This pla includes general guidance, instrument routes (I speed low altitude routes (SR), refueling tracks locations. Guidance includes route developmen coordination, flight plans, and aircraft separatio Seymour Johnson AFB and Dare County Range JLUS Report There are many existing tools that can be used to encourage, promote, and  manage compatibility between military installations and their neighboring  communities to help minimize encroachment.  This chapter provides an  overview of compatibility tools currently used or applied in evaluating and  addressing compatibility issues in the Seymour Johnson Air Force Base (AFB)  and Dare County Range (DCR) Joint Land Use Study (JLUS) Study Areas.   Relative to compatibility planning, there are a number of existing plans and  programs, which are either designed to address compatibility directly or  which indirectly address compatibility issues through the topics they cover.   This summary provides an overview of key plans and programs that impact  compatibility planning organized by level of government.    There are three types of planning tools evaluated relative to their  applicability: permanent, semi‐permanent, and conditional.  Permanent  planning tools include acquisition programs, either fee simple purchase of  property or the purchase of development rights. Semi‐permanent tools  include regulations such as zoning or adopted legislation.  Conditional tools  include memorandums of understanding, intergovernmental agreements,  and other policy documents such as comprehensive plans and general plans  that can be periodically modified.    The tools listed in this chapter are not exhaustive, but are meant to provide  a general overview of the primary tools currently utilized in the JLUS Study  Area.    4.1 Federal Plans and Programs Air Force Instruction 90-2001 Air Force Instruction 90‐2001 was published in September 2014 to  implement the Encroachment Management Program.  The Instruction  applies to all Air Force installations including Seymour Johnson AFB, to  address encroachment issues and prevent or reduce the impacts of  encroachment.  The Instruction includes Encroachment Management  Framework, which has four elements (Organize, Assess, Act, and Monitor) to  address the variety of challenges.  Organization involves leadership  involvement, a cross‐functional management structure, an issue evaluation  structure, a designated Executive Director at the installation level, and a  geographic scope.  Assessment includes studying internal and external  relationships and developing encroachment studies, such as an Installation  Complex Encroachment Management Action Plan (ICEMAP).  Acting involves  implementation of programs. Lastly, monitoring involves maintaining  awareness of mission needs and encroachment issues.    Department of Defense Area Planning for Military Training Routes (AP/1B) The Department of Defense provides textual and graphic descriptions and  operating instructions for all military training routes (MTRs) and refueling  tracks/anchors in the document AP/1B DOD Flight Information Publication  Area Planning Military Training Routes.  This planning document for MTRs  includes general guidance, instrument r ѕ %H ٥Յ ɽѕ YH ͱ ) ѥՑ ɽѕ MH ɕՕ Ʌ ̳ ٽ )ѥ̻ ե Ց ɽї ٕг ͍ձ )ɑѥ ̳ ɍɅ ͕Ʌѥ + )M嵽ȁ)ͽɔ չI)1ULI)A