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Joint warfare is what type of warfare? Team warfare.
What is at the joint force commander’s (JFC) disposal? Joint force commanders (JFC) may choose the capabilities they need from the forces at their disposal.
What does joint doctrine promote? A common perspective from which to plan, train, and conduct military operations.
What is the US military based on? Values that US military experience has proven to be vital for operational success.
Past demographics of the personnel career field allowed for each base to have what? A high magnitude of personnel authorizations.
The architecture of the base level authorizations was dispersed between what two offices? What was then known as the Military Personnel Flight (MPF) and the commander’s support staff (CSS).
What is the mission of the MPF? Provide personnel support to commanders, Air Force members, and their family member, and to administer Air Force personnel programs in both peacetime and wartime.
Program budget decision (PBD) 720 has introduced the need for what? An immediately available AF interim solution to enable our reduced numbers of personnel service providers at the base level to deliver quality service that meets our strategic delivery goal.
How did the transformation of the squadron structure begin? With a test of different mission support squadron (MSS) configurations and has incorporated the ongoing Services transformation efforts.
What was the goal of Phase I? To realign each MSS organization and consolidate seven flights into five.
What was the goal of Phase II? To further consolidate into four flights.
What are the names of the five flights that make up the Force Support Squadron (FSS)? Force Development, Manpower and Personnel, Airman and Family Services, Sustainment Services, and Community Services.
What is the vision of the Total Force Service Center (TFSC)? Customer service experts available 24/7 with smart tools, delivering high-quality customer service.
What is the mission of the Total Force Service Center (TFSC)? Leverage technology to execute and integrate personnel operations to support commander, their people, and personnel field activities.
What is our job as a personnelist? To take care of personnel actions related to our customers (active duty, retirees, dependents, guardsmen and reservists on active duty status).
What section is the focal point for the translation of all military personnel policies and programs into individual actions affecting people? The military personnel section (MPS).
The MPS was created based on what concept? The “learning organization” concept.
Define “Learning Organization”. An organization where all personnel within the organization can perform the full range of personnel tasks.
What type of support does the commander’s support staff provide? Direct support to the commander at the unit level.
The CSS organizational structure is established by whom? Unit commander.
The CSS serves as a communications line between the commander and what other groups of people? Between unit members and the commander and between the commander and base agencies.
Name the two personnel activities. Geographically separated unit (GSU) and satellite personnel activity (SPA).
Which office is responsible for personnel activities? The MPS
Describe geographically separated unit (GSU). A unit that is not within one hour driving time (one way) of its servicing MPS is normally considered to be geographically separated.
Describe satellite personnel agency (SPA). An extension or operating location of the MPS.
What makes up an Air Force specialty code (AFSC)? An AFSC is the basic grouping of positions requiring similar skills and qualifications.
What is an Air Force specialty (AFS) grouped into? Career field ladders, career field subdivisions, and career fields to provide for career development in different aspects of a career field.
What may an AFSC by subdivided into to identify specialization in a specific type of equipment of function? Alphabetical “shredouts” to identify specialization in a specific type of equipment of function.
Describe the difference between duties and responsibilities. Duties are the tasks you have to do, responsibilities are the things you do to accomplish the task.
List at least two responsibilities for duty number one. Interviews to determine individual interests,qualifications,and personnel data. Brief personnel programs and personnel reliability program, personnel readiness and career progression
List at least two responsibilities for duty number two. Records information in unit, field, and PDS records. Prepares and maintains personnel records, aeronautical orders, and personnel action requests.
List at least two responsibilities for duty number three. Updates computerized personnel data. Conducts in and out processing.
List at least two responsibilities for duty number four. Administers casualty program. Prepares related reports and documents.
List at least two responsibilities for duty number five. Inspects personnel activities for compliance with policies and directives. Reports discrepancies and recommends correction action.
List at least two responsibilities for duty number six. Prepares and processes administrative support actions relating to unit programs such as FIT Program, vOP, inprocessing, squadron information, and enlisted and officer professional military education. Manages leave web program.
List at one responsibility for duty number seven. Performs personnel support for contingency operations (PERSCO) functions.
In order to participate in Joint Warfare, we need to learn to work together. Working together constitutes what concept? Team.
Competent joint war fighters must be skilled in thinking about all of the following -strategically and optimizing joint capabilities. -applying strategic and operational art. -having a joint perspective.
Values that have special impact on the conduct of joint operations include the following -integrity. -competency. -physical courage.
The following make up unified action in the military -synchronization. -coordination. -integration of the governmental activities.
The commanders of the geographic commands are each assigned a geographic area of responsibility.
All of the following is a functional command -United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM). -United States Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). -United States Joint Forces Command (USJFCOM).
All of the following are the main components of the Base-Level Service Delivery Model (BLSDM) -organizational structure composed of MPF and CSS assets. -personnel assets that provide efficient base-level service through a learning organization. -information technology solution provided to commanders to support their personnel needs.
In April 2006, Personnel Services Delivery (PSD) was rolled out. Within this plan, what group of personnelists absorbed some of the work formerly done in the military personnel flight (MPF)? Commander’s support staff.
The transformation of the squadron structure began with a test of different mission support squadron configurations. This transformation resulted in a new squadron called the force support squadron (FSS).
The force support squadron (FSS) has how many flights? Five.
In the past, the commander’s support staff (CSS) gave squadron commanders more direct and convenient personnel support. With the implementation of program budget decision (PBD) 720, how did this affect the structure of the CSS? The CSS was consolidated into a single organization.
Before the Total Force Service Center (TFSC), the personnelist that was asked a question he or she could not answer, contacted the major command (MAJCOM).
If you are in the rank of E–6 or below and have a question that Total Force Service Center (TFSC) personnel canno answer, a trouble ticket is placed with your name and your question.
If you are in the rank of E–7 or above and have a question that Total Force Service Center (TFSC) personnel cannot answer, the person will locate a subject matter expert (SME) to answer your question.
Personnelists take care of personnel actions related to all of the following groups of people -United States Air Force (USAF) active duty members. -USAF retirees. -USAF dependents.
What section or element is the focal point for the translation of all military personnel policies and programs into individual actions affecting people? military personnel section (MPS).
The difference between the new concept of the military personnel section (MPS) and the old concept of the military personnel flight (MPF) is, rather than assign specific individuals to specific tasks, each personnelist is responsible for learning all tasks in their area.
All of the following are examples of personnel actions that are required to be completed by commander-appointed individuls -Enlisted Performance Reports (EPR). -Officer Performance Reports (OPR). -leave program.
How many personnel activities are there? Two.
Which office is responsible for the personnel activities? military personnel section (MPS).
Who determines which military personnel responsibilities are performed by the satellite personnel activity? Force support management (FSM) commander.
An Air Force specialty code (AFSC) is a grouping of positions requiring similar skills and qualifications.
The list of duties and responsibilities for any enlisted Air Force specialty code (AFSC) can be found in the Air Force Enlisted Specialty Code Directory.
Specific duties of the personnelist include the following -advises officers and airmen on military personnel issues and programs. -creates, maintains and audits personnel records. -performs personnel actions.
Responsibilities of the personnelist include the following -record information in unit, field, and Personnel Data System (PDS) records. -update computerized personnel data. -administer casualty program.
What is the goal of the Information Security Program? To protect AF info by delegating authority to lowest level possible,advocating use of risk mngmnt principles, focus on identifying and protecting only that info that requires protection, integrate security procedures & ensure all understand security roles
Material other than ordinary paper documents must have what markings? The same information either marked on it or made immediately available to holders by other means.
What markings are classified documents required to have? Classified documents are required to have the following: The overall classification of the document, the agency, office of origin, and date of the document, and finally, the office source document that classified the document.
Name the five items you must be familiar with when taking care of working papers. date when created, mark with highest classification of info in doc & annotate “WORKING PAPER”, destroy when no longer needed, protected IAW Reg, & mark in the same manner as a finished doc when transmitted outside the facility or kept for > 180days
Name three factors to consider during the risk assessment process. The environment in which the material will be hand carried, the sensitivity of the information, and the availability of authorized facilities for storing the classified during overnight layovers at the TDY location.
Why are laptops a high risk? Because of their commercial value.
When using laptops to handcarry classified information, what must couriers take into consideration? Couriers must ensure both laptop and disks are prepared properly.
Who do you talk to in order to educate yourself on the proper procedures for transporting COMSEC information and material? Supporting COMSEC manager.
When we talk about proper customer service techniques we are talking about what? Effective communication techniques.
Every task accomplished as a personnel specialist has a direct effect on what? Another individual’s career.
What are the two ways you work with individuals? Directly or on the phone, so it is extremely important to maintain an open line of communication with your customers.
What is the first thing you notice when meeting someone? Their appearance.
What are the mandatory guidelines set by AFI 33-332, Air Force Privacy Act Program? Collecting, safeguarding, maintaining, using, accessing, amending, and disseminating personal data kept in systems of records.
Provisions of the Privacy Act Program allow the Air Force to do what? Collect, maintain, use, or disclose personal information.
What makes up an official system of record? Authorized by law or executive order, needed to carry out an Air Force mission or function, published in the Federal Register.
Before you can release personal information to third parties, what must you do first? Make sure such release is authorized, consider the consequences, and check the information’s accuracy.
What does a military record consist of? Field Record Group, the Officer Command Selection Record Group or Airman Command Record Group, the Master Personnel Record Group, and the Officer Selection Record.
What is the purpose of the military record system? to protect legal & financial rights of the gvnmnt & indvdl, to record the history of the person’s service, to spt personnel mngrs, commanders, & suprvs as they manage AF personnel, maintain docs to spt MilPDS, & to provide procedures for managing records
What is the AF Form 10 used for? The folder used when creating the Field Record Group.
When is the officer’s Field Record Group record put together? At the first permanent change of station (PCS) or temporary duty (TDY) unit or agency that processes the officer onto EAD, active Reserve, or Guard status, whichever occurs first, establishes the AF Form 10.
Personnel requiring access to secure rooms containing classified information can enter with the appropriate security clearance and a need to know for the classified information.
US documents that contain foreign government information is marked on the front cover or the first page.
The first marking in the subject line of an E-mail will be the overall classification of the Email using these symbols -(S) for secret. -(C) for confidential. -(U) for unclassified.
Why is it important to consider your environment when hand carrying sensitive material? The material may get confiscated.
When couriers are transporting laptops and disks on an airplane, they must keep laptops and disks under constant surveillance or in secure facilities.
When transporting laptops and disks, couriers must do all of the following -Password protect laptops. -Mark laptops and disks according to DOD 5200.1-R Information Security Program. -Keep laptops and disks containing classified information under constant surveillance.
As a personnelist, your main job is to provide service to customers.
If you frown when a customer walks into your office, non-verbally you are giving the impression you are not happy to see them.
You must get written consent before you release any of this information -marital status. -number, name, and sex of dependents. -civilian education degrees.
You do not have to get written consent to release this information except for race/ethnic origin.
What agency is responsible for providing the enlisted part of the Field Record Group (FRGp)? The first military personnel section (MPS) servicing the person.
The second part of the Field Record Group (FRGp) contains the health record and the outpatient and dental records.
What does the third part of the Field Record Group (FRGp) include? The personal clothing and equipment record.
Custodians are required to make the Officer Command Selection Record Group (OCSRGp) for most line of the Air Force (LAF) officers in the grade of captain after how many years of active commissioned service? Seven.
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