Brief your shift and check for safety gear.
Clean the facility and notify the contractors of any discrepancies.
Assign personnel to work for crews and ensure they know their responsibilities in performing the mission.
Check aircraft and/or truck schedules (if applicable) and review the mission remarks to see what the day’s requirements are.
Find out what is wrong with it, when it will be fixed, and notify your chain of command.
Annotate the discrepancy on the shift log and verify when the equipment will be fixed.
Check your e-mail and phone messages to see if it was fixed ahead of schedule.
Annotate the discrepancy in the shift log and verify the date it was turned in.
The shift logs to determine who is available to perform duties.
The shift schedule to determine who is available to perform duties.
The shift logs to determine when the aircraft and trucks will arrive.
The shift schedule to determine when the aircraft and trucks will arrive.
Knowing your people and the work center’s current and future needs.
Communicating your expectations to the work crews.
Assigning them to the same duties every day.
Considering their safety and security.
Do not take too much time on any one task.
Report to you every 30 minutes on their progress.
Know exactly who is filling which role and what you expect from each member.
Keep a running log of their activities so they can report back to you every detail.
They are used as source documents for the AMC Form 82, Monthly Station Traffic Handling Report, which has a direct impact on your manpower and equipment levels.
The work center superintendent reviews them daily and asks questions about the missions, which has a direct impact on your performance report.
Capturing aircraft delays is critical to streamlining work center processes, which has a direct impact on which type of shift you work.
They are inspected during unit compliance and operational readiness inspections, which has a direct impact on your pass or failure.
Transportation Working Capital Funds (TWCF) and non-TWCF.
Special assignment airlift missions (SAAM) and air refueling missions.
Space available (S/A) missions and space required (S/R) missions.
Passengers, cargo, and mail.
Report the number in the block provided only.
Prepare a memo for record with each type of aircraft listed.
Provide a complete listing of those aircraft in section VIII, Authentications.
Identify the aircraft by type and provide a complete listing of those aircraft in section XII.
Funded; Unit Manpower Document (UMD).
Funded; Unit Personnel Management Roster (UPMR).
Section XII, Remarks.
Section III, General Information.
Section IV, Aircraft Handled by Type.
You would not enter this information on the report.
Report the numbers on the next month’s submission and annotate “corrected copy” in the remarks.
Prepare a corrected AMC Form 82, completing the entire form and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
Prepare a memorandum for record with each correction listed by section and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
Prepare a corrected AMC Form 82, completing only the sections needing correction and annotate “corrected copy” on the top of the form.
Every six months.
At any time.
Conduct a self-inspection on the subject SII and return the results through the Wing IG office for consolidation.
Conduct a self-inspection on all programs and return the results through the numbered Air Force (NAF).
Notify the MAJCOM Commander of the oversight and reschedule the inspection for a later date.
Notify the Wing commander of the oversight and request an inspection through the MAJCOM.
Every six months/annually.
Annually, regardless of the type of unit you are assigned.
Every six months, regardless of the type of unit you are assigned.
AF Form 797.
AF Form 2096.
AF Form 1800.
AETC Form 156.
And core tasks only.
Tasks and additional tasks required by the AF Career Field Manager (AFCFM) only.
Tasks, additional duties, and tasks identified by the supervisors in your work center and AFCFM only.
Tasks, additional tasks identified by the supervisors in your work center, and mandatory core tasks required by the AFCFM only.
Identification block of the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP).
Identification block of the trainee’s personnel information file (PIF).
Trainer/certifier letter filed with the Unit Training Manager (UTM).
Identification page of the Master Training File (MTF).
Initials and dates of previously certified tasks only.
All circles that do not apply to the current duty position only.
Dates of previously certified tasks and AF Form 623a entries only.
All circles that do not apply to the current duty position and initials of previously certified tasks only.
Show or tell others how to turn in cash collections.
Determine step-by-step procedures for turning in cash collections.
Predict, isolate, and resolve problems about turning in cash collections.
Identify the relationship of basic facts and state general principles about turning in cash collections.
AETC Form 156, Student Training Report.
AF Form 2096, Classification/On-the-Job Training Action.
AF Form 623a, On-the-Job Training Record Continuation Sheet.
AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard (JQS) Continuation/Command JQS.