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Block VI, Unit 5


What is the accountability term to ask or order to return? (5-1) Recall
What type of recall is used when communications systems are inoperable? (5-1) Communications Out Recall
What are operations directed by the Department of State, DoD or other appropriate authority whereby noncombatants are evacuated from areas of danger overseas to safe havens or to the United States? (5-1) Noncombatant Evacuation Operations (NEO)
What is the first NEO Policy Objectives? (5-1) 1. To protect US citizens to include their evacuation to relatively stable areas
What is the second NEO Policy Objective? (5-1) 2. Reduce to a minimum the # of US citizens subject to the risk of death, injury or capture as hostages
What is the third NEO Policy Objective? (5-1) 3. Reduce to a minimum the # of US citizens in probable or actual combat areas in order to avoid impairing the combat effectiveness of US and allied military commanders
What is the Strength Accountability element of Total Force Accountability? (5-2) PERSCO will maintain accountability over all personnel on the ground, including transients, at their deployed & desginated geographically separated locations, regardless of status
What is the Transient Accountability element of Total Force Accountability? (5-2) Personnel that spend at least one night in billeting at a location but are enroute to their final duty location
Who is a key entity involved in accountability during disasters and emergencies? (5-9) Air Force Crisis Action Team (AFCAT) Director initiates Air Force TFA actions via established command and control procedures.
Who are the first and most critical link when it comes to establishing accountability? (5-10) Unit Commanders
What is the Air Force's goal for accountability after a catastrophic event? (5-12) 100% accountability of all personnel within 48 hours
What does AFPAAS allow personnel to do? (5-12) -Report accountability status -Update contact/local information -Complete needs assessment -View reference information
Created by: POCJan2014
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