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Which action will most likely have a positive impact on unit effectiveness? Using the principles learned in this Chapter and the EPME Structured Thinking Process (IDDP)



A. SSgt Johnson is the Alpha team leader of vehicle security for convoys in Iraq. He supervises three Airmen. SSgt Johnson and his team members have been tasked to help train host nation personnel in similar duties to what the team already performs. SSgt Johnson briefs his team on the task and finds they are extremely reluctant and apprehensive about performing this mission. His subordinates indicate they don t think they should be providing this training because _they might turn on US if the opportunity should arise._ He thinks for a bit about their concerns and how he looked at things as a young Airman a few years back. He explained the importance of this mission to them and assured them he would be with them every step of the way.
B. SSgt Dixon is Bravo team leader of the chemical detection flight in Saudi Arabia. He and his five man team of Airmen have been tasked as part of an advance party to go in and ensure the area that his unit is about to acquire is free of chemical agents. SSgt Dixon informs his team of new Airmen that they will be going in under the direction of SrA Burns, a communications specialist whose sole purpose is to set up communications. SSgt Dixon noticed reluctance and unwillingness from his team. This reluctance was derived from the Airmen being fairly new, LED by someone they don t know, and the fact that SSgt Dixon, their supervisor, would not be accompanying them on this mission.
C. SrA Davis has been tasked to ensure that newly arrived Airmen will be briefed on proper wear of the uniform, their report time and place of duty, living quarters Standard Operating Procedures, and training requirements. The newly assigned Airmen s in brief usually lasts for about one hour. SrA Davis completed the entire briefing in approximately five minutes. The following morning, all of the new Airmen were unaccounted for. They were also in the wrong uniform, and totally confused about their duties and responsibilities. Each Airman had to be retrained about the information they were supposed to receive the day before.

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Asked by Wyatt Williams, Last updated: Jan 17, 2020

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SSgt Johnson is the Alpha team leader of vehicle security for convoys in Iraq. He supervises three Airmen. SSgt Johnson and his team members have been tasked to help train host nation personnel in similar duties to what the team already performs. SSgt Johnson briefs his team on the task and finds they are extremely reluctant and apprehensive about performing this mission. His subordinates indicate they don t think they should be providing this training because _they might turn on us if the opportunity should arise._ He thinks for a bit about their concerns and how he looked at things as a young Airman a few years back. He explained the importance of this mission to them and assured them he would be with them every step of the way.
 

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