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Block VI, Unit 1

Force Concepts

What are the benefits of the total force concept? 1) create efficiencies 2)encourage retention of valuable human capital 3) increase AF combat capabilities
Which 7 groups are included in the total force concept? Regular AF, ANG, ARC, retired members, civilians, contractors, host-nation support personnel
Define Joint Force force composed of significant elements, assigned or attached, of 2 or more military depts. operating under a single joint force commander
Define MOA agreement that provides a framework and detailed procedures for joint interoperability
What are the 4 core FS Readiness Functions? 1)education & training 2)manpower 3)personnel 4)services
What are the 3 FS Enabling Functions? 1)Leadership 2)Equal Opportunity 3)A
What are the 6 FS Readiness Capabilities? 1)protocol 2)SAPR 3)mortuary affairs 4)total force accountability 5)personnel program operations 6)developing Airmen
What is protocol? plan, schedule, coordinate, and conduct functions such as ceremonies, conferences, social events, and visits
How does the FS develop Airmen? ensure continuing education to deployed Airmen to include pre-commissioning programs, PME, PCE, higher education, transition & career assistance
Created by: POCJan2014