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3S353 Vol 4

5 Level CDCs Volume 4

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The principal forum for deliberating national security policy issues is the National Security Council (NSC)
In joint operation planning, planning for which activity is planning directed toward assembling and organizing national resources to support national objectives in times of war and for military operations other than war (MOOTW)? Mobilization
Following redeployment, the Military Departments may reduce the number of civilian employees during which type of planning? Demobilization
Joint plans are constantly assessed and updated through a structured review, assessment, and modification by the Joint Forces Commander (JFC)
The joint operation planning process (JOPP) focuses on defining the military mission
In what step of the joint operation planning process (JOPP) does Headquarters USAF advise component Air Force commanders of the resources available to support joint requirements? 1- Planning Initiation
In the joint planning process (JOPP), once a situation is analyzed, the planner will develop various course of actions
What step of the joint operation planning process (JOPP) results in a course of action (COA) recommendation and a COA decision by the commander? 5- COA comparison
In the joint operation planning process (JOPP), the staff completes the commander’s estimate during what step? 6- Course of Action approval
During what step of the joint operation planning process (JOPP) is an operation order (OPORD) developed directly from crisis action planning (CAP)? 7- Plan or order development
Deliberate planning prepares for possible contingencies using forces the Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP) pre-identified as apportioned
In the joint planning cycle, where does the deliberate planning process begin? Secretary of Defenses (SecDef) annual Contingency Planning Guidance (CPG)
Situations that extend major combat operations across combatant command (CCMD) boundaries use the deliberate planning to develop a global campaign plan
When planning time is limited and actual deployment is expected, the planner relies on which type of planning? Crisis action
Which type of Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) orders initiates development of a course of action (COA)? Warning
Which type of execution planning order incorporates the president and Secretary of Defense’s (SecDef) approval of the course of action (COA) derived from the Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS) consultations? Alert
Which type of execution planning order refines the estimated C-day and L-hour (the specific hour on C-day at which a deployment operation commences or is to commence) and confirms lift allocations for the deploying forces? Alert
What system is used to translate policy decisions into operation plans (OPLAN) and operation orders (OPORD) in support of national security objectives? Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES)
Which plan establishes requirements for the development of mobilization and productionplanning programs to support sustained contingency operations of the programmed forces? War and Mobilization
How often is the USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP) revised? Annually
Which part of the USAF WMP, volume 3, Combat and Support Forces, lists all available combat forces by type aircraft, unit identification, unit availability date, and scenarios or theaters for which they are apportioned for deliberate planning? 1
Which part of the USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP), volume 3, Combat and Support Forces, is a listing of all Air Force unit type codes (UTC) approved for planning? 3
A unit type code (UTC) package normally represents both personnel and equipment
A unit type code (UTC) becomes standard when it is registered in the manpower and equipment force packaging system (MEFPAK)
Which unit type code (UTC) suffix lets the planner know it is a standard, Headquarters USAF-approved, and distributed UTC? 0
Which unit type code (UTC) suffix lets the planner know the UTC has excessive reject conditions and has been returned to the major command (MAJCOM)? 9
Which USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP) volume is the most valuable source document used in base support planning? 4, Wartime Aircraft Activity
Which USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP) volume reflects the joint Headquarters USAF and major command (MAJCOM) position on the use of bases in wartime? 4, Wartime Aircraft Activity
Which document consists of parts 1 through 3 within volume 4 of the USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP) and identifies each geographical location that has aircraft passing through it or operating out of it during wartime? Wartime aircraft activity (WAA)
Which USAF WMP volume contains the basic planning factors and data that the Air Force approves for expenditure of all war consumables that support wartime flying activities, except munitions, fuel tanks, launchers, racks, adapters, and pylons? 5, Basic Planning Factors and Data
Which USAF War and Mobilization Plan (WMP) volume contains the wartime sortie and attrition rates including sortie duration? 5, Basic Planning Factors and Data
A new unit type code (UTC) should not be requested when minor program changes occur in manpower or equipment
In developing UTCs, who makes sure that an accurate logistic detail is built for the finalized manpower detail? Pilot Unit
Which agency receives the request for a new unit type code (UTC) by way of Deliberate Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES)? HQ USAF/Directorate of War Planning and Policy Division (AF/A5XW)
Which agency is responsible for entering a new unit type code (UTC) into the manpower force packaging system (MANFOR)? AF Manpower Agency/Manpower Wartime Analysis Branch (AFMA/MASR)
The manpower force packaging system (MANFOR) is a subsystem of MEFPAK and DCAPES
The specific manpower required to perform the mission as defined in the unit type codes mission capability statement (MISCAP) is found in the manpower force packaging system (MANFOR)
War planners use unit type codes (UTC) to document requirements for which types of planning? Deliberate and Crisis action
The timed-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD) is the primary concern and central foundation for force and logistics planning, movement scheduling, and plan execution
What is the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES) database part of an operation plan that planners use to identify the movement data associated with deploying forces? Time-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD)
Which type of timed-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD) is used to assess the Air Force’s methods to sustain air and space forces? Capabilities-driven
Timed-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD) maintenance focuses on changes that occurred to the deployment data since refinement
Who is the final approval authority for changes to the operation plan (OPLAN) time-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD)? Supported commander
Which is not a scalable modular element of the air and space expeditionary task force (AETF)? rotate hourly shifts
When used in concert, force modules provide capabilities to open, establish, and operate an air expeditionary wing (AEW)
Which air and space expeditionary task force (AETF) force module (FM) contains capabilities designed to support missions or weapon systems? Establish the airbase
The air and space expeditionary task force (AETF) force module (FM) that is considered part of the baseline structure for the AETF is robust the airbase
All of the following data are translated through Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES) except unit manning documents
The director of which headquarters United States Air Force (HQ USAF) agency approves requests to incorporate unique systems into Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES)? War Planning and Policy Division (A5XW)
Each time we compare the unit type code (UTC) or a deployment requirements manning document (DRMD) requirement to the manpower authorizations, we are assessing the adequacy of the Air Force support force
The primary emphasis when cross leveling unit type code (UTC) requirements within a command is to obtain the stated Air Force specialty code (AFSC) requirements
During Air Force specialty code (AFSC) cross utilization, officer requirements may be satisfied by substituting one grade higher
During Air Force specialty code (AFSC) cross utilization, enlisted requirements may be satisfied by substituting two skill levels higher
During mismatch resolution, a functional area manager (FAM) may eliminate a requirement from a unit type code (UTC) as a solution to an identified shortfall
During mismatch resolution, a functional area manager (FAM) may identify a suitable substitution for a particular AFSC as a solution to an identified shortfall
Which program uses total force assessment (TFA) results to fill shortfalls in critical areas? Individual mobilization augmentees (IMA)
To calculate available resources a base level planner conducts a base-level planning process (BLPP) assessment by subtracting the number deploying from the in-place resources and adding any additional resources deploying in
What programs are used by installation commanders to alleviate shortfalls? Augmentation duty and emergency essential (EE) programs
Which one is not a Military Department? Coast Guard
A military service includes all of the following except Department of Defense civil service personnel
Which command authority has control over military capability or forces that are limited to the detailed direction and control of movements or maneuvers within the operational area necessary to carry out the mission? Tactical Control (TACON)
Which is not a category of support provided by the combatant commander (CCDR)? Tactical
The command authority that gives the military departments authority over subordinate organizations in regards to support is administrative control (ADCON)
Forces are assigned to the combatant commanders (CCDR) by the Secretary of Defense (SecDef) through the Service secretaries based on which agency’s recommendations? Global Force management board (GFMB)
Which commander is tasked by the Joint Staff to develop recommended global sourcing solutions? Joint Force
Which is not accomplished by adaptive planning? Allocates budget funds for next fiscal year
Which option is not a transitional stage of adaptive planning and execution (APEX)? Evaluation
A unit’s resources and training status is based on the capabilities reflected in the designed operational capability statement
How many unit capability levels (C-levels) are in the Status of Resources and Training System (SORTS)? 6
What capability level (C-level) indicates that a unit requires additional resources or training to undertake its wartime mission but may be directed to undertake portions of its wartime mission with resources on hand? 4
The air and space expeditionary force (AEF) schedule operates on a life cycle of how many months? 24
What complements the readiness data reported in the Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS)? Air and Space expeditionary force unit type code status reporting tool (ART)
What is the basis for both Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS) and air and space expeditionary force unit type code status reporting tool (ART)? Air and Space expeditionary force (AEF) TPFDD library
Who is the base focal point for all actions concerning readiness plans? Installation deployment officer (IDO)
Who is the Air Force specialty (AFS) representative in the readiness community? Functional area manager (FAM)
Who normally initiates and submits manpower change requests? Squadron or group commander
In a deployed environment, who or what agency is the approval authority for an authorization change request (ACR)? Combatant commander (CCDR)
What security classification must be assigned to all provisional organizations established for contingency operations? Secret
Once the manpower and organization (MO) office is established at a deployed location, what is the purpose of a mission briefing? To provide key personnel a clear understanding of the responsibilities, capabilities, and services provided by the MO office
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