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POC: Block 1, Unit 3

A1 Doctrine

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How does FSS fit into the 4 levels of the combat support construct? CORE EFFECT - Sustained Forces CORE PROCESSES - Sustaining & Recovery CORE CAPABILITIES - Support the Mission, Forces, & Infrastructure FUNCTIONAL COMMUNITY - Force Support
What are the 5 categories of the Force Support lifecycle model? define, develop, shape, sustain, deliver
What is the definition of the "define" stage of the Force Support lifecycle model? foundation for all other elements; defines what individual capabilities are needed by Amn to meet AF mission
What is the definition of the "sustain" stage of the Force Support lifecycle model? takes care of the AF community & keeps them capable & motivated
What is the definition of the "deliver" stage of the Force Support lifecycle model? optimizes processes & services to provide full Amn capability
What are the 3 challenges to A1? nature of the business, funding dual mission
What is the dual mission challenge to A1? -combat/deployment support: position A1 capabilities in forward locations -homestation sustainment/community support - allows for optimal training & operating environments
What are the 2 AF Institutional Competencies in the Personal Category? Embodies Airmen Culture, Communicating
What are the 2 AF Institutional Competencies in the People/Team Category? Leading people, Fostering collaborative relationships
What are the 4 AF Institutional Competencies in the Organizational Category? Employ Military Capabilities, Enterprise Perspective, Manage organizational resources, Strategic Thinking
What are the 4 subcategories of the AF Institutional Competencies in the Embody Airman Culture Category? ethical leadership, followership, warrior ethos, develops self
What are the 2 subcategories of the AF Institutional Competencies in the Communicating Category? speaking & writing, active listening
What are the 3 subcategories of the AF Institutional Competencies in the Leading People Category? develops & inspires others, takes care of people, diversity
What are the 2 subcategories of the AF Institutional Competencies in the Foster Collaborative Relationships Category? builds teams & coalitions, negotiating
What are the 3 subcategories of the AF Institutional Competencies in the Employ Military Capabilities Category? operational & strategic art Unit/AF/Joint/Coalition Capabilities non-adversarial crisis response
What does our career field bring to the functional community? Force Support--all of our processes support at least 1 combat support core process
What is the example of how FSS supports combat support processes? Food operations (part of the "Services" portion within Force Support, supports the Core Process "Sustaining & Recovering the Force" which aides in realizing the Core Effect of a "Sustained Force"
What is workforce planning as an occupational competency? skills needed to effectively plan for and manage the workforce
What are 3 specific skills of workforce planning? planning wartime & deployment requirements, bringing new Amn into the workforce (accessing, recruiting, comissioning), retaining quality Amn
What is force development as an occupational competency? skills needed to develop, educate, & train Amn
What are 3 specific skills of force development? managing Amn assignments, classifying Amn (military & civilian), educating & training Amn to meet mission needs
What is critical thinking? art of analyzing & evaluating thinking with a view to improving it
What is creative thinking? a way of looking at problems or situations from a fresh perspective that may suggest unorthodox solutions or innovation
What is future thinking? examining & testing different possible outcomes with respect to potential threats, emerging ideas, & execitng opportunities
What is the definition of the "shape" stage of the Force Support lifecycle model? maintains a balanced, flexible force of fit, mission-effective people
What is the definition of the "develop" stage of the Force Support lifecycle model? tailoring developmental opportunities based on mission requirements
Created by: POCJan2014
 

 



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