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3S051 Vol 2 (2012)

Vol 2 Contingency Support (new cdc's)

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describe joint doctrine promotes a common perspective from which to plan, train, and conduct military operations
describe unified action refers to the synchronization, coordination, and integration of the activities of governmental and nongovernmental entities w/ military operations to achieve unity of effort
the DOD is composed of what agencies? office of secretary of defense, military departments, joint chief of staff, joint staff, combatant commands, inspector gen. of the DOD, the DOD agencies, DOD field activities, and such other offices designated law, by the PRESIDENT, or by SECDEF
what chain of command is joint operation planning conducted within? the one that runs from the president through the secdef to the CCDRs and their subordinated JFCs
name and describe 3 activities of joint operation planning that must be done to plan for an anticipated operation mobilization: armed forces are brought to state of readiness for war or national emerg. Deployment:movement of forces and resources to a specific destination to conduct operations. Employment: how to apply military force to attain specified objectives
what is JOPES, who uses it, and what do they use it for? a system of joint policies, procedures, and reporting structures by communications and computer systems. it is used by joint planners to monitor, plan, and execute planning activities during wartime and peace
what is DCAPES and what is the objective of DCAPES? air force's war-planning system and provides feed to JOPES. The objective is to enable AF unique operation planning and execution processes which include joint policy procedures
define total force accountability accurate accounting for all AF at all times regardless of location
what makes up the total force? af active duty and air reserve components
name and describe the 2 elements of total force accountability strength: PERSCO maintains accountability over all personnel on the ground, at deployed and gsu location, regardless of status. Unit: deployed CC is responsible for maintaining accountability for unit personnel.
when discussing the national guardsmen citizen-soldier relationship, what are they able to bring from their civilian jobs to their miitary assignments? the broad range of talent and experience that traditional guard members bring from their civilian jobs
why do members of the air force reserve consider themselves citizen airmen? because they are employed in the private sector in a wide
what is the secondary purpose of the AEF? provide predictability and stability to airmen
list some items that are vital to understand about the AEF doctrine? how to best employ air and space power, and the proper way to organize, present, and deploy air and space forces
the AEF concept is how the Air Force completes what actions? organizes, trains, equips, and sustains itself by creating a mindset and cultural state that embraces the unique characteristics of aerospace power
name the two fundamental principles of the AEF concept provide trained and ready air and space forces for national defense and secondly, to meet national commitments through a structured approach which enhances total force readiness and sustainment
what does the four-month baseline AEF vulnerability period facilitates? readiness of the force to respond to rotational and OPLAN requirements
tempo bands and enabler forces contain forces from what two components? active and ARC forces
when aligning a UTC capability into a tempo band, the requirements are relative to what? assigned rotational capability for each vulnerability period
what are air expetionary wings capable of? establishing and operationg an airbase
why is the air expeditionary group normally the smallest AETF presented to theater? because a single AEG rarely includes sufficient command and control and expenditionary combat support to sustain it in the field
give a description of the air expeditionary squadron basic war figting organization of the AF and is the building block of the AETF
name and describe 2 activities of joint operation planning that must be done to plan for an anticipated operation sustainment: logistics and personnel services required to maintain and prolong operations within operational area. redeployment: movement of units, individuals, or supplies deployed to one area to another area, or to another location with the area
the JCS(joint chief of staff) consists of what agencies? chairmen of the joint chiefs of staff, vice chairmen of JCS, chief of staff us army, chief of navel ops, chief of staff us AF, commandant of marine corps, support by JS
name and describe the 2 elements of total force accountability replacement: AEFC for sourcing rotational reqs and intitiates replacement accountability. Persco tracks the arrivals and departures of personnel. Transient: Persco tracks the arrival and departure of those member who spend at least 1 night in billeting.
name and describe the 1 elements of total force accountability tasked-wing accountability: units and personnel readiness functions are responsible for maintaining accountability over the deployed personnel until they have returned to home station
mobilization of the ARC is also called what? activation
activation relates to what? recall, volunteerism, and call up
mobilization encompasses all activities necessary for what? the orderly transition of active and ANG/USAFR forces from a peacetime to wartime posture
the war and mobilization plan, vol 6, covers what? transitioning the industrial base from a normal state of peacetime preparedness to wartiem production postures
demobilization is referred to as what term? deactivation
when deactivation is directed, the servicing mps is responsible for what actions? reviewing each separation in relation to deactivation and assisting affected members in determining any selective alternative available to them
what are the two deactivation possibilities? 1. the individual's deactivation separation is correct. 2) member will remain on AD
what date is used when projected separation actions? the effective date
UTCs are represented by how many characters? 5-character alphanumeric code
what do war planners use UTCs to document? total AF manpower and logistics requirements needed to support the national military strategy during operational planning and execution activities
what do UTCs define capabilities
when is a UTC usable? when it has been registered in DCAPES with MEF and/or equipment estimates
once a UTC has been registered in the MEFPAK(manpower and equipment force packing), what happens with it next? the UTC can be postured by an organization in the UTC availability and with the exception of A-UTCs, can be used in a TPFDD for planning and execution purposes
what are the different types of UTCs? standard and non-standard
describe the standard UTC? UTC in MEFPAK and TUCHA file that does not have complete movement characteristics in both files
describe the non-standard UTC. UTC in MEFPAK and TUCHA file that does not have complete movement characteristics
what is an A-UTC? placeholder for deployable capability. The UTC is not deployable and cannot be put into a TPFDD
describe the UTC attribute, MEFPAK responsible agency (MRA) an organization designated by HAF FAM to develop and maintain detailed data on a UTC for use throughout the AF
what is the MANFOR? component of MEFPAK and DCAPES. a datatbase containing the UTC, UTC tile, MISCAP, and manpower detail for each applicable UTC
UTCs are built to accommodate how many days of sustained capability? 30 days
what is the UTC development process? adding a UTC to the MEFPAK, building the manpower and or equipment detail, and getting the UTC added to the TUCHA
name the guidelines that will help determine when a UTC must be developed new equipment types enter the inventory, deployable units experience a sign. change in either operational concept or mission, sig. program changes occur in manpower or equip, and significant program or operational changes occur
where are new UTC requests created? unit type management(UTM) module utilizing the UTM registration function in DCAPES.
what happens to a UTC when it is no longer needed? the MRA can request that the UTC be cancelled
what does posturing a UTC consist of? entering a UTC for a specific unit into UTC availability
when posturing a UTC availability record, who must determine the record's posturing code (p-code)? MAJCOM FAMs
which agency determines which organization will posture the required UTCs and the quantity? MAJCOM FAM, based upon air staff FAM guidance
when posturing an A-UTC record, what will be used to provide the LLD? authorized AFSC, skill level, grade of the UMD positions
As with all UTCs, personnel assigned to authorizations linked to an A-UTC can be exchanged with what to meet deployment requirements as long as the individual's AEF alignment is not changed? authorizations linked to standard deployable UTCS
the wing/installation CC is responsible for making sure the installation is capable of supporting what? deployment operations
who designates an IDO and also alternate IDOs? wing and installation CC
what is the grade requirement for the IDO position? military or federal civilian fully qualified logistics readiness officer
how long is the IDO appointed for? a minimum of 18 months(exception of short tour locations where the minimum is 12 months)
who is ultimately responsible for providing accurate accountability? command(CC)
name the accountability categories the CC is responsible for? title 32(ANG), title 10(AD and air reserve component), title 5(DOD civilians), family members, and contractors
what is the function of the HQ AFPC/PRC? the primary distribution and collection point for information regarding impacted threatened personnel
who does HQ AFPC/PRC contact for news media advice? HQ AFPC PA
regarding all PERSCO GCCS-AF equipment at real-world deployed locations, who handles the responsibility and describe the responsibilities. HQ AFPC
what is the job of the deployed equipment custodian? make sure all GCCS-AF equipment is inventoried, at the beginning and end of each cycle, on the GCCS-AF Inventory sheet provided by HQ AFPC
when must movement of GCCS equipment be coordinated and with whom? any movement must be coordinated
what will bases maintain their deployable GCCS-AF equipment for? training, local exercises, and ORIs
who establishes PTs? air staff PERSCO FAM, HQ USAF/A1PR
how are PTs structured? IAW UTCs registered in the MEFPAK
who determines the PT requirements at each location? component command personnel planner
what is the formula that tells how many personnel technicians service how many individuals? 1 personnel technician per 275 individuals is used solely as a guide
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