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3S051 volume 2

______________ promotes a common perspective from which to plan, train, and conduct military operations. Joint doctrine
***The ____________ means that all components that comprise the total force concept must work together and prepare to deploy at any time. total force policy
*** Which joint and service planning system is the single automated reporting system within the DoD functioning as the central registry of all operational units of the US armed forces and certain foreign organizations. SORTS
***The president assisted by the _______ National Security Council (NSC) develops National Security Strategy employing the political/ diplomatic economic info and military powers of the nation to secure national policy aims and objectives. national Security Council (NSC)
*** _________ PERSCO maintains accountability over all personnel on the ground, including transients at their deployed and designated GSU, regardless of status. strength accountability
*** Planning that encompasses the movement of forces and their sustainment resources from their original locations to a specific designation to conduct joint operations describe what kind of planning activity? deployment planning
*** The planning process by which the armed forces or part of them are brought to a state of readiness for war other national emergencies describes? Mobilization
*** ______ plans are prepared as tasked by the supported combatant commanders in support of their contingency plans? supported plan
***What component Air Expeditionary Task Force (AETC) normally consists of one or two operations squadrons associated maintenance squadrons and mission-specific expeditionary combat support squadrons? Air Expeditionary Group (AEG)
***What component of the air expeditionary task force (AETC) is capable of establishing and operating on an air base? Air expeditionary Wing (AEW)
*** What component of the Air Expeditionary Task Force (AETC) is considered the basic war fighter organization and the building block of the AETF structure? Air Expeditionary Squadron (AES)
***The __________ in consultation with other members of the ________ advises the president and SECDEF concerning the application of military power? Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Joint chiefs of staff
***____________ accountability enables planners and managers to support the commanders concept of operations total force
***_________accountability, the deployed unit commander is responsible for maintaining accountability for the unit personnel assigned. Unit
*** Accountability for all Air Force at all times regardless of location is what element of accountability? Total Force
*** Regardless of status (PERSO) maintains accountability over all personnel on the ground including transients at their deployed and designated geographically separated location, which accountability is this? strength
*** A seamless ________ is critical to fielding a fighting force capable of supporting multiple missions total force
*** The ___________ defend the US through control and exploitation of Air and Space by supporting global engagement Reserves
*** Which joint servicing planning system is designed to facilitate rapid building and timely maintenance of plans and rapid development of effective options through adaption of approved operation plans during crisis? JOPES
*** UTCs are placeholders for all deployable positions that cannot be described or do not fit into an existing standard deployable UTC Associates
***_________ UTCs are used in JOPES/DCAPES to identify manpower and logistics requirements for deployment movement planning and plan execution. standard
***_________ accountability is defined as the accurate accounting for all AF at all times regardless of location. Total force
*** Plans that are tasked by the Joint Strategic Capabilities plan (JSCP) for humanitarian assistance disaster relief, peacekeeping, or counter-drug operations describes Functional
*** When a UTC is no longer needed, the _____ can request that the UTC can be cancelled MRA
*** The Air Force presents its force capabilities to satisfy commander requirements through which concept? AEF
*** What type of activation is used to accelerate the mobilization of selected members of the pre-trained individual manpower (PIM) in anticipation of their need to fill wartime requirements? Push-Pull
*** What process of planning is considered a sequential process performed simultaneously at the strategic, operational and tactical levels of war Joint Operation Planning
***______________ is the art and science of developing, applying and coordinating the instruments of national power to achieve objectives that contribute to national security. National Security Strategy (NSS)
*** The application to attain specified military objectives within an operational area describes _____________ employment planning
*** The _______ provides AF planners with standardized force capabilities outlining manpower requirements for operations planning, execution documents, and readiness measurements. MANFOR
*** Which Joint and service planning system is to enable Air force unique operation planning and execution processes which include associated joint procedures? DCAPES
*** What planning process guides the CCDRs in developing plans for the possible employment of the military instrument of national power to meet contingencies and respond to unforeseen crisis? Joint operation planning
*** The permanent staff of the _______ consists of the IDO, logistics plans, and the IPR personnel installation deployment readiness cell (IDRC)
*** Who determines the frequency and scope of exercises based on what is necessary to ensure the deployment process runs efficiently and that all units including associate units, are deployable? Wing/ installation commander (WG/CC)
the ______ is the focal point for all deployment and execution operations. IDRC
The wing/ installation CC ensures procedures are established to notify airmen within how many hours of receipt for AEF rotational tasking's? 96
_____________ provides overall management including, but not limited to, secure storage, issue and receipt and shelf life control for mobility bags under their control? Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander (LRS/CC)
Who does the installation deployment cell (IDRC) have a direct line of communication and responsibility to? Wing/installation commander (WG/CC)
________relates to recall, volunteerism, and call up Activation
To meet immediate requirements for augmentation of the AF during emergency operations describes which type of activation? volunteerism
Activation that requires passage by the congress of a public law or joint resolution declaring war or a national emergency describes? full mobilization
The Global Force Management Allocation Plan (GFMAP) is an allocation specific rotational forces to combatant commanders, under the approval of what authority? SECDEF
When a UTC is no longer needed, who can request the UTC be cancelled (MRA) MEFPAK responsible agency
Once the UTC has been registered in ________ the UTC can be postured by an organization in the UTC availability with the exception of A-UTCs. MEFPAK
What agency publishes a planning order outlining various milestones necessary to staff and publish the associated Global Force Management Allocation (GFMAP) Joint Staff
UTCs have many __________ which provide the description, status, responsible organization, type and transportation requirements. attributes
________, ________, _________ and ____________ are instruments of national power to achieve objectives that contribute to national security? Military, Economic, Diplomatic, Informational
During conflict the principle responsibility of the US armed forces is to employ what? rapid and decisive military power to achieve US objectives.
The ___________ is responsible for identifying, validating and distributing tasking and information? IDRC
It is the responsibility of the supported _____________ to make sure subordinate units have necessary equipment and communication to support command and control readiness systems? MAJCOM
The wing/ installation commander is responsible for making sure the installation is capable of supporting __________ operations. deployment
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