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Block VI, Unit 3

Operations Planning

What is Concept of Operations (CONOPS)? (3-1) A verbal or graphic statement of a CCDR's assumptions or intent in regard to an operation or series of operations, giving a overall picture of operations.
What are found on the OPLAN Annexes? (3-2) The details of the OPLAN, specific areas covered depends on the scope and intent of the OPLAN
What do the six sections of the OPLAN annex consist of? (3-2) (1)references (2)situation (3)missions (4)execution) (5)adminsitration and logistics (6)command and control
What is found in Annex D Logistics? (3-3) (1) Mobililty and transportation (2) Civil engineering support (3) Mortuary services (4) Subsistance support and services
What is found in Annex E Personnel? (3-3) Personnel support for the for operations as well as finance, legal, and manpower
What is found in Annex F Public Affairs? (3-3) Media and community relations
What does Volume 1 of the War and Mobilization Plan (WMP-1) Basic Plan and Supporting Supplements provide? (3-4) Consolidated refence source for general policies and guidance for mobilization planning and the support of combat forces in a time of war
What is in Part 1 of Volume 3 (WMP-3) Combat and Support Forces? (3-5) Lists all available combat forces by type of: (1)aircraft (2)unit identification (3)unit avalability date (4)scenarios or theaters for which they are appointed
What is in Part 2 of Volume 3 (WMP-3) Combat and Support Forces? (3-5) Official data source for identifying all AF UTC's
What is in Part 3 of Volume 3 (WMP-3) Combat and Support Forces? (3-5) The RSP document and wartime spares authorized for aviation units for wartime contingencies
What is in Part 3 of Volume 4 (WMP-3) Combat and Support Forces? (3-5) Capabability Annexes associated with AEFPP describing how AF makes its forces available in assignment, apportionment, and allocation to CCDR's
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