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3S071 Vol 3

Self-Test Questions Unit 3

What is the UPMR? A cross between an alpha roster and the unit manpower document.
What does the UPMR show? The authorized positions with such associated information as: position number, duty air force specialty code, authorized grade, functional account code, personnel accounting symbol, and required security clearance level.
Each position on the UPMR is authorized how many occupants? One, however under some circumstances, a second individual could be assigned to a position for a limited period of time.
What does the UPMR highlight? Mismatches between what is authorized for each position and what the position currently has for assigned data.
What is the IDA worksheet used for? To outline the MPS requirements to ensure personnel are aligned a valid position number, and to facilitate timely and accurate input of current data after a member‘s arrival.
What product does the UDM provide? Authorized positions that a unit is allowed to recruit, train, and promote to in the execution of its wartime and peacetime missions.
The manning strength report is a combination of what two entities? The percentage between the numbers assigned with the numbers authorized.
What does the DSP allow all levels of command to do? Access and maintain a centralized database depicting the current status of the force and is designed to provide commanders, planners, and managers with strength-affecting information.
What is the purpose of the DSP? To enhance total force accountability and improve crisis responsiveness.
Describe the duty status reporting tool. An essential tool allowing commanders to identify names, strength accountability, and availability of personnel.
What does duty status data give us a clear picture of? A unit’s available strength, which impacts personnel tasked with operations or exercise commitments.
Describe the objective of the duty status program (DSP). To capture and report all changes in a member’s duty status to ensure these changes, regardless of length are reported immediately.
List three reasons for using duty status information. (1) Document the utilization of ANG and ARC personnel.(2) Prevent the selection for assignment of deployed personnel. (3) Trigger the transaction that causes the OS duty selection date & short tour return date to be adjusted for each day spent on TDY OS.
List four duty status reporting types within the MPS that is reported on a daily basis. (1) Service dates. (2) Pay dates. (3) Military pay. (4) Lost time.
What is the DSP update used for, and what direct impact does it have. A primary instrument for data impacting Air Force PERSTEMPO operations and has a direct impact on unit and individual credit for deployment.
What is TMTS? A a total force web-based application found under AFPC secure-applications, that displays all events reported through duty status updates and travel vouchers sent by finance offices.
List the duty status change responsibilities required of IPR. (1) update, correct & delete all contingency TDYs in DAPES. (2) Establish local reporting procedures.(3) Monitors system rejects
How are DAV codes assigned? Automatically, based on other personnel updates (i.e., assignment availability codes or directly updated through data updates).
Describe the AFSC as a major component of the Air Force classification structure. They define the basic grouping of positions requiring similar skills and qualifications.
Describe the basic structure of the AFSC. 4 (officer) or 5 (enlisted) alpha-numeric characters, may have prefixes, or shred outs that identify specific skills. Additionally, a suffix identifies specialization in a specific type of equipment or function and constitutes a separate AFSC.
How is the application for job classification used? This application is used to view, award, upgrade, downgrade, and withdraw AFSCs on officer and enlisted personnel
In determining the most qualified AFSC to use, what factors will help determine the PAFSC? (1) Skill level. (2) Experience. (3) Complexity of the specialty. (4) Amount of formal education and training. (5) Currency of Equipment. (6) Desires and interests of the individual.
List the eligibility criteria for awarding AFSCs. (1) Initial classification. (2) Enlisted skill level upgrade. (3) AFSC downgrade or withdrawal. (4) AFSC conversions. (5) Enlisted retraining. (6) Awarding helper-level AFSCs.
Describe the Core ID for all line officers. The first three digits of the AFSC an officer was originally accessed into EAD, retrained, or approved for a category transfer.
Describe monitoring DAFSCs versus CAFSC. A DAFSC, including prefixes, suffixes, and skill levels, must match the authorized UMD position. An officer’s DAFSC must match an awarded AFSC, either entry, qualified, or staff. The DAFSC for enlisted personnel must match the CAFSC
What changes are required when establishing a new AFS or revising an existing one? Changes to accession targets, training courses and requirements, and manning documents as well as reevaluating entry, award, and retention qualification criterion.
Local emergencies or overages in a CAFSC may cause what? An airman’s prolonged assignment outside of the normal career progression pattern.
When is an Airman not permitted to be used out of their CAFSC? If they have an assignment limitation code “O” and received an enlistment bonus, a selective reenlistment bonus, or who have broken service, without first requesting a waiver.
What is a UIF? An official record of unfavorable information about an individual.
What does the UIF document? Administrative judicial, or nonjudicial censures concerning the member’s performance, responsibility, and behavior.
What does the UIF consist of? Mandatory documents, optional documents (at the commander’s discretion), AF IMT 1058, Unfavorable Information File Actions, and AF IMT 1137, Unfavorable Information File Summary.
When does the UIF monitor conduct UIF training? Annually; within 60 days of notification of appointment of a new unit UIF monitor; and upon request from a unit commander or when it appears training is needed.
How many days does the individual have to acknowledge the intended actions and provide pertinent information before the commander makes the final decision? 3 duty days (current date plus 3 duty days).
What is the commander’s role in enlisted derogatory information? Commanders refer optional documents LOAs, LOCs, or LORs to the offending member along with an AF IMT 1058 before establishing an UIF. AF IMT 1058 is not used when filing an optional Article 15 in the UIF.
What is the commander’s role in officer derogatory information? Commanders refer optional documents (LOA, LOCs) to the offending member along with an AF IMT 1058 before establishing an UIF. Mandatory UIF documents (Article 15s, court-martial or civilian court convictions) are not referred via AF IMT 1058.
List the UIF responsibilities of the unit commander, Air Force officers, or commander within an Air Force element in a joint commander. 1) Review all UIFs w/in 90 days of their appointment to command. Unit CC and SJAs must review UIFs annually. (2) Compare the listing provided by the base UIF monitor to the actual folders. Document the review via memorandum signed by the unit CC and SJA.
Describe the control roster. A commander’s rehabilitative tool to establish a 6-month observation period for individuals whose duty performance is substandard, or who fail to meet or maintain Air Force standards of conduct, bearing, and integrity, on or off duty
Describe derogatory data removal actions within the OSR. Wing CC, imposing or issuing authority, may direct removal of data from the Officer Selection Record at any time, or the officer may appeal to have the data removed after one promotion consideration.
What punishment is authorized when sentenced in a SPCM? Any punishment authorized by the UCMJ except death, dishonorable discharge, dismissal (in the case of an officer), or confinement in excess of 1 year.
Formal training is responsible for ensuring what? Ensuring all allocated quotas are effectively managed and that individuals filling quotas are qualified, have CCs approval, follow reporting instructions, and are briefed on all applicable prerequisites and ADSCs.
What type of development is guided through the force development program? Development of the total force through the tactical, operational, and strategic levels of leadership, and produce a total force which includes active duty, ARC, and Department of Air Force Civilian.
What is developmental education (DE) comprised of? Professional and specialized education programs, research and doctrinal studies, fellowships, and graduate-level studies.
Describe the purpose of development education (DE). Expand knowledge and increase understanding of the role of air, space and cyberspace power in times of peace and war.
What is the OTA system used for? The system is used for planning, controlling and funding formal training throughout the Air Force including the MAJCOM TDY-to School Program.
What is a training line number (TLN)? Number associated with a specific student projected for or completed training.
How are no-shows charged? No-shows are charged to the base, when the base does not request a reclama 45 days prior to the class start date, or fails to take sufficient actions to prevent the no-show.
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