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Block lV, Unit 3

Military Personnel

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What AFI dictates Dress and Appearance? (3-2) AFI 36-2903
Who is responsible for supplementing AFI 36-2903 with base requirements? (3-2) Installation Commander
Verifies and confirms eligiblity for those on active duty, retired, family members, surviving family members, guard/reserve personnel who have been activated for over 30 days and other special categories of people who qualify for benefits. (3-3) Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting Sytems (DEERS)
What system is a network of microcomputers linking the MPSs to the DEERS database, providind online additions, retrieval and updating of dependent information to DEERS database? (3-3) Real Time Automated Personnel Identification Systems (RAPIDS)
What are some of the reasons individuals incur Active Duty Service Commitments (ADSCs)? (3-8) (1) Permanent Change of Station (PCS) - CONUS and OCONUS (2) Completion of education (using Tuition Assistance) (3) Formal Training Courses (4) Promotions (5) Undergraduate Pilot Training, Navigator Training
The ADSC incurred for a PCS (CONUS to CONUS)is? (Legal citation: DoDD 1315.7)(3-9) 2 years
The ADSC incurred for a PCS (Overseas to CONUS) is? (Legal citation: DoDD 1315.7) (3-9) 1 year
Established to assist people in resolving severe short-term problems involving a family member where the spirit and intent of the program is to place the Airman in a valid AF authorized vacancy at the closest location where the problem exists? (3-10) Humanitarian Program
This email notification instructs Airman of the assignment selection. (3-10) PCS Notification
A PCS notification must be reviewed via vMPF within how many calendar days? (3-10) Seven calendar days
What authority at AFPC matches Officer assignments? (3-13) Officer Assignment Team (OAT)
The Officer Assignment Team (OAT) matches Officer assignments according to? (3-13) (1)AF needs(& Prioritization plans) (2)Officer development (3)Commander/member preferences as accessed through ADP
What is Enlisted Quarterly Assignments Listing (EQUAL)? (3-14) A listing of enlisted requirements (assignments) HQ AFPC intends to make to and from overseas areas for individuals in the rank of Airman Basic (AB) through Senior Master Sergeant (SMSgt)
What is Enlisted Quarterly Assignments Listing Plus (EQUAL Plus)? (3-14) EQUAL supplement advertising special duty assignments (eg, Joint and Departmental Service requirement, Special duties and all CMSgt assignments) in controlled special duties (eg, Instructor duty, Recruiting duty, Postal duty, and Defense Attache duty).
What are the three types of PRFs? (3-33) Regular, Narrative and Recommendation.
Define "splits?" (3-34) A split is a significant disagreement between board members about the score of a record, the difference in a score of two or more points between any two panel members.
Resolving "splits." (3-34) All voting panel members must be present and may discuss records involved in a "split," only panel members with split scores may change their scores to resolve their splits.
What must Airmen complete prior to orders being released or published? (3-17) All required processing (e.g., medical, dental, retention, etc.)
After an Airmen is selected for assignment, what step in the order process must be complete? (3-17) Step 2. Airman acknowledges assignment in vMPF and completes all requirements for orders.
When are orders normally published? (3-17) No earlier than 120 days prior to departure unless an exception is approved by AFPC
What system allows active duty members to see available vacancies for their next assignment? (3-17) Assignment Management System (AMS)
What are the three primary sections of the AMS Main Screen? (3-18) Enlisted Assignments, Officer Assignments, and Personnel Information
Who is the Certifying Official (CO) in the PRP process? (3-19) Gaining Unit CC
Define Potentially Disqualifying Information (PDI). (3-19) Anything that may keep someone from obtaining the necessary certification to accept a PRP billeted assignment.
What program ensures the AF retains only airmen who consistently demonstrate the capability and willingness to mani gain high professional standards? (3-21) Selective Reenlistment Program (SRP)
Who does the SRP apply to? (3-21) All enlisted personnel
Who has total SRP selection or non selection authority? (3-22) Unit Commanders
What is not consider when reviewing airmen under SRP? (3-22) Airman's career intent
What factors should Commanders keep in mind when considering SRP approval? (3-22) part 1 (1) EPR ratings (2) Ensure airmen continue to meet qualify standards throughout their enlistments (3) Make selection or non-selection decisions that are consistent with other quant active decisions
What factors should Commanders keep in mind when considering SRP approval? (3-22) part 2 (4) Consider unfavorable information from any substaniated source (5) The Airmens willingness to comply with AF standards (6) The Airmens ability (or lack of) to meet required training and duty performance levels
When are CJR considerations for First Term Airmen (FTA) made? (3-22) 35th of 4-yr enlistment and 59th month of 6-yr enlistment
What is the purpose of a CJR? (3-22) To prevent surpluses and shortages in the career force.
What are the purposes of the Personnel Evaluation Systems? (3-24) Performance feedback, performance reporting, and promotion recommendation
For who are feedback mandatory? (3-24) 2Lt through Col and all AD and USAFR enlisted personnel
When must a feedback be given if requested? (3-24) Within 30 days of receipt, provided 60 days have passed since the last feedback
Who is responsible for preparing, scheduling, and conduction feedbacks? (3-24) Raters
What is considered when a Rater is preparing a feedback? (3-24) Standards and expectations
Define the Reviewer/ Senior Rater/ Final Evaluator. (3-25) The highest level endorser in the ratee's rating chain
What are the requirements for Senior Raters? (3-25) For officers, the SR must be at least a Col or Civilian equivalent, or higher, and serving as a wing commander or equivalent and designated by the management level. For enlisted (MSgt-CMSgt), reviewer/final evaluator must be a Maj(O-4) or GS-12 civilian
Which PRP position requires a person to be in close proximity to a nuclear weapon, control access, use technical date on electrical/mechanical parts or access to unlock or authenticate nuclear weapons? (3-19) Critical Position
Define a controlled position. (3-19) A PRP position in which a person has access to be near nuclear weapons but does not posess the know-how to operate or launch a missile.
When can a SrA, selected for BTZ, sew on rank? (3-37) 6 months prior to the fully qualified phase point.
When is Below-The-Zone available? (3-37) It is a one-time promotion consideration to advance to SrA 6 months in advance.
What factors are used in WAPS scoring? (3-37) Time in grade (TIG), time in service (TIS), decorations, EPRs from last 5 years, and scores on PFE and SKT.
Explain resigning or requesting release under normal conditions. (3-41) Under this reason for separation an AF from 780, Officer Separation Actions is completed, counseling to request DOS, cite para. separating under, review for MSO effect & finally request honorable discharge.
What does Voluntary Enlisted Separation deal with? (3-42) Airmen who want to leave the active service of the AF voluntarily can apply under the Prior to Expiration Term of Service (PETS). Career Development will assist airmen with application. Separation characterized as honorable, unless Entry Level Separation
Give some examples of resigning or requesting release under normal conditions regarding voluntary & involuntary separations. (3-41) 17 reasons, AFI 36-3207 ch.2, ranging from hardship, civil office, pregnancy, enlisting and retiring.
Describe regular PRF. (3-33) Completed by promotion eligible officer's senior rater no earlier than 60 days prior to the selection board for which the officer is promotion eligible.
Describe narrative PRF. (3-33) Completed by losing senior rater on all officers who are departing PCS for a school.
Describe recommendation only PRF. (3-33) prepared by the AF student MLR president for all student officers elegible to compete for promotion that year.
Errors in the enlistment process that occur hen the AF doesn't have the true facts or does not take the right action. (3-43) Erroneous Enlistments
Two possible procedures for the involuntary separation process. (3-44) 1)Board of hearing 2)Notification
Members are eligible to retire if they have at least 20 years of Total Active federal military service (TAFMS) (3-45) Eligibility
Active duty enlisted members request voluntary retirement to be effective NLT the 1st day of the month following the HYT date. (3-45) High Year Tenure Date (HYT) Date
In times of war or national emergency,the President may suspend the operation of laws relating to mandatory retirement of regular and reserve members. (3-45) Stop Loss
Officers retained beyond their Mandatory Separation date (MSD) will stay on active duty until the Secretary determines their services are no longer needed. (3-45) Stop Loss
When did the force shaping program provide voluntary separation incentive and special separation bonus programs. (3-48) Mid 1990s
Force shaping programs since the turn of the century include: (3-48) 1)officer voluntary separation 2)officer limited active duty service commitment waivers 3)blue to green options 4)enlisted/officer Palace Chase Programs
4 reasons for submitting a medal for members (3-49) 1)meritorious service 2)outstanding achievement 3)heroism 4)aerial achievment
The 3rd highest "peacetime" medal, surpassed only by Legion of Merit and Distinguished Service Medal. (3-50) Meritorious Service Medal
Recognizes an NCO from each military service who has performed a heoic act, on or off duty, which resulted in the saving of life or prevention of an injury. (3-53) NCOA Vanguard Award
Some certificates presented at a retirement ceromony. (3-47) 1)Unit Letter of Appreciation 2)DD Forme 363AF, Certificate of Retirement 3)Presidential Letter of Appreciation (if appropriate 4)Retirement Lapel Button
Award that recognizes an AF unit that makes the most effective use of its human resources. (3-53) Verne Orr Award
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