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Block VI, Unit 2

Air Expeditionary Force (AEF)

Describe Tempo Band B five, 6 month blocks
Describe Tempo Band D three, 6 month blocks
Define predictability as an AEF Key Principle alignment of forces across AEF blocks defines battle rhythm & allows the AF to address the questions "Who goes first" and "Who goes next"
What are the 3 AEF Key Principles? 1)predictability 2)equitability 3)transparency
What are 3 AEF Key Elements? 1)enabler force 2)in-place support 3)institutional force
Define an enabler force. includes common user assets like global mobility forces, specaial operations (SOF) & personnel recovery forces, space forces, other uniquely categorized forces
Which AEF Key element is considered high demand low supply (HD/LS)? enabler
What are the 2 types of in-place support forces? 1)employed in direct support of CCDR mission 2) minimum requirements to support critical home station operations
Define institutional force. forces assigned to organizations responsible to carry out statutory functions (eg organize, train, equip, recruit) at AF level (eg HHQ, core pipeline training, recruiting, & acquisition)
What is a MISCAP? short paragraph which describes the mission a UTC is capable of accomplishing
What 4 elements should a MISCAP include? 1)brief explanation of mission capabilities 2)types of bases to which the unit can deploy 3)response capability 4)other UTCs which are required to support the defined capability
What does an MFE list? manpower requirements of each UTC
What does an MFE contain? 1) FAC 2)AFSC 3)grade 4)SEI 5)command remarks 6)quantity
What is the LOGDET? equipment portion of a UTC
What does a LOGDET contain? description of each piece of equipment, national stock number, quantity, movement characteristics, size and weight of each item
What are 3 reasons for creating a new UTC? 1)new equipment 2)significant change in operational concept or mission 3)significant program changes to manpower or equipment
Who initiates development of a new UTC? FAM
What is posturing? converting the UMD into UTCs and aligning them to a specific AEF
What do the 2nd & 3rd characters of a UTC represent? specific capabilities or limitations of the UTC
What are a FSS/CC's responsibilities with AEFIs? 1)assign incoming airmen an AEFI w/I 15 days of arrival 2)not assign an airmen to a position that would require him/her to deploy a 2nd time in the same AEF cycle
What are the components of the RFL03 UTC? 13 mbr tm, provide limited initial food service, lodging, MA, fitness, recreation, resale ops, and NAFI support for 275 ppl for 10 days; casualty reporting & personnel program for pops up to 1650
What is the name of RFL03 UTC? PFS Support Beddown
What is the name of RFL05 UTC? PFS Base Level CGO
What are the components of the RFL05 UTC? 1 mbr (038P, O3) provides FSS leadership for an FSS sq or other support op
What is the 6 AETF FM construct? 1)open airbase 2)C2 3)establish airbase 4)generate the mission 5)operate the airbase 6)robust the airbase
What occurs during the "Open the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? normally arrive 1st, assess the airbase for establishment of minimum airfield operating parameters; IOC w/i 24 hrs
What occurs during the "C2" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? establish an Air Expeditionary Wing command and control structure
What occurs during the "Establish the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? contains limited forces to bring the base to an initial operating capability; provide the airfield earliest capability to execute the assigned mission
What occurs during the "Operate the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? contains mission support forces needed to achieve, full operating capabiltiy; provides capabilities for QOL like: fitness, library, feeding & sheltering, reach-back capabilities
What does the "Augmentation (Extended) FMs provide? additional capability to meet a more demanding requirement with extended capabilities (ie enhanced security or disaster response)
What is the force support force module construct? 1)open airbase 2)C2 3)establish airbase 4)operate the airbase 6)robust the airbase
What occurs during the "Open the Airbase" portion of the Force Support FM contsruct? 2 critical capabilities: accountability and casualty reporting
What occurs during the "Establish the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? bulk of the force support UTCs arrive; get initial services capabilities (food, lodging, mortuary, laundry, NAF resale) in place as well as PERSCO
What occurs during the "Operate the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? reach IOC for recreation & fitness activities as well as final operating capability (FOC) for PERSCO, NAF resale operations, protocol & laundry
What occurs during the "Robust the Airbase" portion of the AETF FM contsruct? ensure food service migrate from MREs to A-Rations, fitness works to establish better fitness capabilities, coordinate to bring BX
Who comprises the EFSS Command Section? commander, deputy, command support staff, operations staff
Who comprises the EFSS Operations Staff? RIBS managers, mortuary operators, NAF financial manager, marketing/events coordinator
Who comprises the Manpower & Personnel Flights? Manpower & Organization section & PERSCO
What comprises the Sustainment Services flight? food, fitness/sports, lodging
What comprises the Commuinity Services Flight? A&FRC and LRC
Created by: POCJan2014
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