3S051 - Military Personnel Section - Volume 3

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  • 1. 

    Within how many days should you mail the sponsor kit?

    • A.

      1 calendar days

    • B.

      5 calendar days

    • C.

      7 calendar days

    • D.

      11 calendar days

    Correct Answer
    C. 7 calendar days
    Explanation
    The sponsor kit should be mailed within 7 calendar days. This timeframe ensures that the kit is sent out promptly and allows for efficient processing and delivery to the sponsor. Waiting longer than 7 days may result in delays and potentially impact the sponsor's experience or expectations.

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  • 2. 

    The success of a good individualized newcomer treatment and orientation (INTRO) program is tied to

    • A.

      The newcomer's first impression of the sponsor

    • B.

      How many times the sponsor calls the newcomer

    • C.

      The Airmen and family readiness center's sponsor kits

    • D.

      How well the gaining commander speaks with the new comer

    Correct Answer
    A. The newcomer's first impression of the sponsor
    Explanation
    The success of a good individualized newcomer treatment and orientation (INTRO) program is tied to the newcomer's first impression of the sponsor. This is because the sponsor plays a crucial role in welcoming and assisting the newcomer in their transition. If the newcomer has a positive first impression of the sponsor, they are more likely to feel supported and comfortable in their new environment. On the other hand, a negative first impression may lead to feelings of isolation and hinder the effectiveness of the INTRO program.

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  • 3. 

    What is one jof the best ways to make the newcomer's move as smooth as possible?

    • A.

      Write them a letter

    • B.

      Call them

    • C.

      Send them an email

    • D.

      Go visit them

    Correct Answer
    B. Call them
    Explanation
    Calling the newcomer is one of the best ways to make their move as smooth as possible. A phone call allows for direct communication and immediate assistance, addressing any concerns or questions they may have. It also offers a personal touch, showing that someone is there to support and welcome them. Additionally, a phone call enables real-time conversation, allowing for a better understanding of the newcomer's needs and preferences. This can help in providing tailored assistance and ensuring a smoother transition for them.

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  • 4. 

    As a sponsor, what question would you not ask the newcomer?

    • A.

      Will your family members accompany?

    • B.

      Do you need information about other services?

    • C.

      What type of vehicle do you drive?

    • D.

      Do you want a post office box?

    Correct Answer
    C. What type of vehicle do you drive?
    Explanation
    As a sponsor, it is not relevant or appropriate to ask the newcomer about the type of vehicle they drive. This information is not necessary for their integration or support. The focus should be on their family members accompanying them, their need for information about other services, and whether they want a post office box.

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  • 5. 

    After the initial duty assignment (IDA) worksheet and the records review listing (RRL) are updated, ensure they are reviewed and forwarded to

    • A.

      HQ Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC)/Casualty

    • B.

      HQ AFPC/ Automated Records Management System (ARMS)

    • C.

      Force Support Squadron

    • D.

      Military Personnel Section

    Correct Answer
    B. HQ AFPC/ Automated Records Management System (ARMS)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is HQ AFPC/ Automated Records Management System (ARMS). After updating the initial duty assignment (IDA) worksheet and the records review listing (RRL), they should be reviewed and forwarded to HQ AFPC/ Automated Records Management System (ARMS). This is because the ARMS is responsible for managing and maintaining the automated records of personnel in the Air Force. By sending the updated documents to ARMS, the information will be properly recorded and stored for future reference and use.

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  • 6. 

    What form is used to document a member's active duty service commitment (ADSC) incurred due to training or permanent change of station (PCS)?

    • A.

      AF Form 899, Request and Authorization for Permanent Change of Station - Military

    • B.

      AF Information Mnagement Tool (IMT) 330, Records Transmittal/Request

    • C.

      AF IMT 988, Leave Request/Authorization

    • D.

      AF IMT 63, Active Duty Service Commitment (ADSC) Acknowledgement Statement

    Correct Answer
    D. AF IMT 63, Active Duty Service Commitment (ADSC) Acknowledgement Statement
    Explanation
    The AF IMT 63, Active Duty Service Commitment (ADSC) Acknowledgement Statement, is used to document a member's active duty service commitment (ADSC) incurred due to training or permanent change of station (PCS). This form serves as an acknowledgement by the member that they understand and agree to fulfill their service commitment. It is an official record that is used to track and manage the member's obligations and ensure compliance with their ADSC.

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  • 7. 

    Once the member inprocesses, no-fee passports are

    • A.

      Collected by a personnelist

    • B.

      Shredded by the member

    • C.

      Collected by security forces

    • D.

      Collected by the military personnel section (MPS) commander

    Correct Answer
    A. Collected by a personnelist
    Explanation
    Once the member inprocesses, their no-fee passports are collected by a personnelist. This means that when a member completes their inprocessing, which is the administrative procedure for entering a new organization or unit, a personnelist is responsible for collecting their no-fee passports. The no-fee passports are likely collected to ensure that they are properly accounted for and to prevent any potential misuse or unauthorized access.

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  • 8. 

    For information about on- and off-base housing, if the newcomer has dependents, where does the sponsor go?

    • A.

      Airmen and Family Readiness Center

    • B.

      Civil Engineering Squadron

    • C.

      Contracting Office

    • D.

      Base Housing Office

    Correct Answer
    D. Base Housing Office
    Explanation
    The sponsor goes to the Base Housing Office for information about on- and off-base housing if they have dependents. This office is responsible for providing assistance and guidance to military personnel and their families in finding suitable housing options. They can provide information about available housing options, eligibility criteria, and the application process. They can also help with any issues or concerns related to housing, such as maintenance or lease agreements.

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  • 9. 

    For officers, all of the following can look at unfavorable information files (UIF) except

    • A.

      Commanders at all levels for members assigned or attached to their unit

    • B.

      A member's peer who works in the Military Personnel Section

    • C.

      Major Command Commander, Vice Commnader, Staff Director and Directors

    • D.

      Cheif of Staffs, their deputies and assistants and other staff agency head

    Correct Answer
    B. A member's peer who works in the Military Personnel Section
  • 10. 

    For enlisted members, who is not allowed to look at unfavorable information files?

    • A.

      Civil Air Patrol Resere Assistance Program Manager

    • B.

      Senior Air Force officer in a joint command

    • C.

      The member's wing or unit chaplain

    • D.

      Comparable Secretary of the Air Force officers

    Correct Answer
    C. The member's wing or unit chaplain
    Explanation
    The member's wing or unit chaplain is not allowed to look at unfavorable information files for enlisted members. This is likely because the chaplain's role is to provide spiritual guidance and support to the members, rather than being involved in disciplinary or administrative matters.

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  • 11. 

    When filing an optional Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 15, Nonjudicial Punishment, in a member's unfavorable information file (UIF) do not use

    • A.

      AF Information Management Tool (IMT) 330, Records Transmittal/Request

    • B.

      AF Form 899, Request and Authorization for Permanent Change of Station - Military

    • C.

      AF IMT 1058, Unfavorable File Information File Action

    • D.

      AF Form 3070A, Record of Nonjudicial Punishment Proceeding (AB thru TSgt)

    Correct Answer
    C. AF IMT 1058, Unfavorable File Information File Action
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AF IMT 1058, Unfavorable File Information File Action. This is because filing an optional Uniform Code of Military Justice Article 15, Nonjudicial Punishment, in a member's unfavorable information file (UIF) does not require the use of AF IMT 1058.

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  • 12. 

    What is a UIF?

    • A.

      An official record of unfavorable information about an individual

    • B.

      An unidentified sett of files for all AF personnel

    • C.

      An undetermined set of request set by a member

    • D.

      A universal privacy act means of precaution

    Correct Answer
    A. An official record of unfavorable information about an individual
    Explanation
    A UIF, or Unfavorable Information File, is an official record that contains negative information about an individual. This file is typically created when there is evidence of misconduct or unfavorable behavior. It serves as a means for documenting and tracking any disciplinary actions or incidents that may impact the individual's career or reputation. The UIF is used by organizations, such as the military, to ensure transparency and accountability in dealing with individuals who have been involved in misconduct.

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  • 13. 

    An officer receives a letter of reprimand (LOR). What action must the commander take using the AF Information Management Tool (IMT) 1058, Unfavorable Information File (UIF) Action?

    • A.

      The commander does not submit AF IMT 1058 to the officer and LORs must be filed in an officer's UIF

    • B.

      The commander submits the AF IMT 1058 to the officer and LORs must be filed in an officer's UIF

    • C.

      The commander decided whether to submit the LOR into the member's UIF since an LOR officer is optional for officers

    • D.

      There is no action necessary from the commander because the staff judge advocate handles all UIF actions

    Correct Answer
    A. The commander does not submit AF IMT 1058 to the officer and LORs must be filed in an officer's UIF
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the commander does not submit AF IMT 1058 to the officer and LORs must be filed in an officer's UIF. This means that the commander does not need to take any action using the AF Information Management Tool (IMT) 1058. The letter of reprimand (LOR) must be filed in the officer's Unfavorable Information File (UIF) as per regulations.

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  • 14. 

    How many days does an individual (enlisted and officer) have to acknowledge the intended actions and provide pertinent information before the commander makes the final decision on placing optional documents in the unfavorable information file (UIF)?

    • A.

      Three duty days

    • B.

      Three calendar days

    • C.

      Five duty days

    • D.

      Five calendar days

    Correct Answer
    A. Three duty days
    Explanation
    An individual (enlisted and officer) has three duty days to acknowledge the intended actions and provide pertinent information before the commander makes the final decision on placing optional documents in the unfavorable information file (UIF). This means that the individual must respond within three working days, excluding weekends and holidays.

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  • 15. 

    Who is not subject to line of duty (LOD) determinatinos?

    • A.

      Actuve duty Air Force members

    • B.

      Air Reserve Component members who die, incur or aggravate an illness/injury

    • C.

      Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) members

    • D.

      Air Force Reserve OfficerTraining Corps (AFROTC) members

    Correct Answer
    C. Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) members
    Explanation
    Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC) members are not subject to line of duty (LOD) determinations. LOD determinations are typically made for active duty Air Force members, Air Reserve Component members who die, incur or aggravate an illness/injury, and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) members. JROTC members, who are typically high school students participating in a military-oriented program, are not considered active duty or reserve members and therefore are not subject to LOD determinations.

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  • 16. 

    A line of duty (LOD) determination process must be initiated when a member, whether hospitalized or not, has an illness, injury or disease that results in all of the following except the

    • A.

      Death of a member

    • B.

      Inability to perform duties for over 24 hours

    • C.

      Likelihood of permanent disability

    • D.

      Death of a spouse's member

    Correct Answer
    D. Death of a spouse's member
    Explanation
    The LOD determination process is initiated when a member has an illness, injury, or disease that results in the death of a member, inability to perform duties for over 24 hours, or likelihood of permanent disability. However, it does not include the death of a spouse's member. This means that if a member's spouse passes away, it does not automatically trigger the LOD determination process.

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  • 17. 

    During the line of duty (LOD) process, which of the following is the Customer Support Element at the military personnel section (MPS) not responsible for?

    • A.

      Making the medical determination

    • B.

      Directing the LOD determination to the required authorities

    • C.

      Monitorying suspenses

    • D.

      Disposing of final documentation

    Correct Answer
    A. Making the medical determination
    Explanation
    The Customer Support Element at the military personnel section (MPS) is responsible for various tasks during the line of duty (LOD) process. However, making the medical determination is not one of their responsibilities. This task is typically handled by medical professionals who assess the medical condition of the personnel involved in the LOD process. The Customer Support Element may assist in gathering and providing necessary documentation for the medical determination, but they do not have the authority to make the final medical determination themselves.

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  • 18. 

    HQ Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC)/DSAS controls and approves all military personnel surveys, questionaires,

    • A.

      Telephone interviews, and attitude and opinion polls

    • B.

      Telephone interviews, and occupational surveys

    • C.

      Attitude and opinion polls, and occupational surveys

    • D.

      Official audit surveys conducted

    Correct Answer
    A. Telephone interviews, and attitude and opinion polls
    Explanation
    HQ Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC)/DSAS is responsible for controlling and approving various types of surveys and questionnaires related to military personnel. This includes telephone interviews, which are conducted to gather information and opinions from individuals over the phone. Additionally, AFPC/DSAS also controls and approves attitude and opinion polls, which are used to gauge the sentiments and attitudes of military personnel. Therefore, the correct answer is "telephone interviews, and attitude and opinion polls."

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  • 19. 

    When requesting survey approval, HQ AFPC/DPSAS does not require you to

    • A.

      State teh purpose and justification for the proposed research

    • B.

      Indicate how you will use the survey results

    • C.

      State the different types of surveys utilized in the last fiscal year

    • D.

      Provide a point of contact, with a telephone number

    Correct Answer
    C. State the different types of surveys utilized in the last fiscal year
  • 20. 

    In relation to insurance processing, the Customer Support element has all of the following responsibilities except

    • A.

      Managing the Servicemember's Group Life Insurance Handbook

    • B.

      Ensuring compliance with AFI 36-3002, Casualty Services

    • C.

      Counseling and providing members with monthly premium rates

    • D.

      Maintaining and completing numerous veterans affairs forms

    Correct Answer
    D. Maintaining and completing numerous veterans affairs forms
    Explanation
    The Customer Support element in insurance processing is responsible for managing the Servicemember's Group Life Insurance Handbook, ensuring compliance with AFI 36-3002, Casualty Services, and counseling and providing members with monthly premium rates. However, maintaining and completing numerous veterans affairs forms is not listed as one of their responsibilities.

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  • 21. 

    Which of the following types of insurance does the government not offer?

    • A.

      Mutual Life Insurance (MLI)

    • B.

      Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (SGLI)

    • C.

      Family Member Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (FSGLI)

    • D.

      Veteran's Group Life Insurance (VGLI)

    Correct Answer
    A. Mutual Life Insurance (MLI)
    Explanation
    The government does not offer Mutual Life Insurance (MLI). This type of insurance is typically offered by private companies and is not provided by the government. The other options listed, Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (SGLI), Family Member Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (FSGLI), and Veteran's Group Life Insurance (VGLI), are all types of life insurance that are specifically offered to members of the military and veterans by the government.

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  • 22. 

    All approved, non-local surveys show one of the following except a/an

    • A.

      Survey control number

    • B.

      Report control symbol

    • C.

      Office of Management and Budget number

    • D.

      Fiscal year number

    Correct Answer
    D. Fiscal year number
    Explanation
    This question is asking for an exception among the given options. The correct answer is "fiscal year number" because all approved, non-local surveys typically include a survey control number, report control symbol, and an Office of Management and Budget number to ensure proper identification and tracking. However, a fiscal year number is not typically included in surveys as it pertains to financial accounting and budgeting rather than survey identification.

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  • 23. 

    An important benefit of Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (SGLI) is the ability to convert it to what type of insurance after leaving the military?

    • A.

      Nationwide Retired Military Insurance (NRMI)

    • B.

      Servicemember's Group Life Insurance-Reitred (SGLI-R)

    • C.

      Veteran's Group Life Insurance (VGLI)

    • D.

      There is no option to convert SGLI after leaving the military

    Correct Answer
    C. Veteran's Group Life Insurance (VGLI)
    Explanation
    Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (SGLI) offers the benefit of being able to convert it to Veteran's Group Life Insurance (VGLI) after leaving the military. This allows servicemembers to continue their life insurance coverage and protect their loved ones even after their military service has ended.

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  • 24. 

    Family Member Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (FSGLI) expands Servicemember's Group Life Insurance (SGLI) coverage to whom?

    • A.

      Spouses only

    • B.

      Children only

    • C.

      Parents of sponsor

    • D.

      Spouses and children

    Correct Answer
    D. Spouses and children
    Explanation
    FSGLI expands SGLI coverage to both spouses and children. This means that in addition to the servicemember, their spouse and children are also eligible for life insurance coverage under FSGLI. This provides financial protection for the entire family in the event of the servicemember's death.

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  • 25. 

    All of the follwoing children are eligible for an identificaiton (ID) card except a

    • A.

      Child, unmarried and under age 21, adopted

    • B.

      Child, unmarried and under age 25

    • C.

      Child, unmarried and under age 21, stepchild

    • D.

      Legal custody ward, including foster children

    Correct Answer
    B. Child, unmarried and under age 25
    Explanation
    The given answer states that a child who is unmarried and under the age of 25 is not eligible for an identification (ID) card. This means that all the other options mentioned in the question (child, unmarried and under age 21, adopted child, unmarried and under age 25, child, unmarried and under age 21, stepchild, legal custody ward, including foster children) are eligible for an ID card.

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  • 26. 

    Identification (ID) card verifying and issuing officials cannot be

    • A.

      Commissioned officer

    • B.

      Warrant office

    • C.

      Below the grade of E-4

    • D.

      General schedule 4 and above civilian

    Correct Answer
    C. Below the grade of E-4
    Explanation
    The correct answer is below the grade of E-4 because identification card verifying and issuing officials cannot hold a rank below the grade of E-4. This means that they must be at least an E-4 or above in the military hierarchy.

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  • 27. 

    Once you retrieve identification (ID) cards, you may do all of the following except

    • A.

      Destroy

    • B.

      Shred

    • C.

      Cut

    • D.

      Line out

    Correct Answer
    D. Line out
    Explanation
    The given answer "line out" is the correct answer because once you retrieve identification (ID) cards, you can destroy, shred, or cut them to ensure they are no longer usable. However, "lining out" does not effectively render the ID card unusable and can still potentially be used for fraudulent purposes. Therefore, it is not a recommended method for disposing of ID cards.

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  • 28. 

    Which of the following is not a joint spouse intent code?

    • A.

      A

    • B.

      B

    • C.

      C

    • D.

      H

    Correct Answer
    C. C
    Explanation
    The given question asks which of the options is not a joint spouse intent code. The options provided are A, B, C, and H. The correct answer is C. This means that C is a joint spouse intent code. However, without additional information about what joint spouse intent codes are or what they represent, it is difficult to provide a more detailed explanation.

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  • 29. 

    Members are eligible for join spouse assignment consideration unless they

    • A.

      Are on extended active duty with the AF and the spouse is civilian

    • B.

      Are on extended active duty with the AF and te spouse is also on extended active duty

    • C.

      Meet all permanent change of station eligibility requirements

    • D.

      Have a join spouse intent code "A" or "B" and are not scheduled for reassignment

    Correct Answer
    A. Are on extended active duty with the AF and the spouse is civilian
    Explanation
    Members are eligible for join spouse assignment consideration unless they are on extended active duty with the AF and the spouse is civilian. This means that if a member is on extended active duty with the Air Force and their spouse is a civilian, they are not eligible for join spouse assignment consideration.

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  • 30. 

    What form is used as the primary document to record the marriage of a military couple?

    • A.

      AF FOrm 899, Request and Authorization for Permanent Change of Station - Military

    • B.

      AF IMT 1048, Military Spouse Information

    • C.

      AF IMT 988, Leave Request/Authorization

    • D.

      AF Form 3070A, Record of Nonjudicial Punishment Proceedings

    Correct Answer
    B. AF IMT 1048, Military Spouse Information
    Explanation
    The correct answer is AF IMT 1048, Military Spouse Information. This form is used as the primary document to record the marriage of a military couple. It is specifically designed to collect and record information about the military spouse, including their personal details, contact information, and marital status. This form is important for maintaining accurate records and ensuring that the military spouse is eligible for certain benefits and entitlements.

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  • 31. 

    How many members does the Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records (AFBCMR) consist of?

    • A.

      Three

    • B.

      Five

    • C.

      Seven

    • D.

      Nine

    Correct Answer
    A. Three
    Explanation
    The Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records (AFBCMR) consists of three members. These members are responsible for reviewing applications, petitions, and appeals related to military records and making decisions on corrections or changes. The small size of the board allows for efficient decision-making and ensures that each case receives proper attention and consideration.

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  • 32. 

    What form is used to apply for a correction to military records?

    • A.

      Department of Defense (DD) Form 4, Enlistment/Reenlistment Document Armed Forces of the United States

    • B.

      AF IMT 901, Reenlistment Eligibility Annex to DD Form 4

    • C.

      DD Form 127, Case Routing Slip

    • D.

      DD Form 149, Application for Correction of Military Record under the Provisions of Title 10, U.S.C., Section 1552

    Correct Answer
    D. DD Form 149, Application for Correction of Military Record under the Provisions of Title 10, U.S.C., Section 1552
    Explanation
    The correct form used to apply for a correction to military records is DD Form 149. This form is specifically designed for individuals to request the correction of their military records under the provisions of Title 10, U.S.C., Section 1552. It is the appropriate form to use when seeking to rectify any errors or inaccuracies in one's military records.

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  • 33. 

    You can locate the form used to apply for a correction to military records at all of the following locations except

    • A.

      A Finance Services Office

    • B.

      Any Air Force Military Personnel Section

    • C.

      Most veteran's service organization

    • D.

      Air Force Review Boards offce

    Correct Answer
    A. A Finance Services Office
    Explanation
    The correct answer is a Finance Services Office. This is because the form used to apply for a correction to military records can be found at all of the other locations mentioned: any Air Force Military Personnel Section, most veteran's service organizations, and the Air Force Review Boards office. However, a Finance Services Office does not typically handle corrections to military records, so the form would not be available there.

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  • 34. 

    What is the responsibility of the military personnel section commander as it pertains to casualty services?

    • A.

      Provide public affairs with the name, age, rank, and home of record of the deceased

    • B.

      Ensure the Casualty Assistance Representative (CAR) has an open office for counseling the next of kin

    • C.

      Obtain and determine the cause of death from security forces

    • D.

      Publish required installation supplements to AFI 36-3002, Casualty Service

    Correct Answer
    B. Ensure the Casualty Assistance Representative (CAR) has an open office for counseling the next of kin
    Explanation
    The responsibility of the military personnel section commander as it pertains to casualty services is to ensure that the Casualty Assistance Representative (CAR) has an open office for counseling the next of kin. This means that the commander is responsible for providing a space where the CAR can meet with and provide support to the family members of the deceased. This is an important aspect of casualty services as it ensures that the next of kin receive the necessary counseling and support during a difficult time.

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  • 35. 

    In order for an enlisted Airman to notify the next of kin (NOK) of a very seriously ill or injured (VSI), seriously ill or injured (SI), or incapacitating illness or injury (III) member, they must be in grade(s)

    • A.

      Staff sergeant (ssgt) through chief master sergeant (cmsgt)

    • B.

      Mater sergeant (msgt) through cmsgt

    • C.

      Senior master sergeant (smsgt) and cmsgt

    • D.

      Cmsgt only

    Correct Answer
    B. Mater sergeant (msgt) through cmsgt
    Explanation
    In order for an enlisted Airman to notify the next of kin (NOK) of a very seriously ill or injured (VSI), seriously ill or injured (SI), or incapacitating illness or injury (III) member, they must be in grade(s) mater sergeant (msgt) through chief master sergeant (cmsgt). This means that only Air Force personnel with the rank of mater sergeant (msgt), senior master sergeant (smsgt), or chief master sergeant (cmsgt) are authorized to inform the next of kin in such situations.

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  • 36. 

    What are the three types of casualty reports?

    • A.

      Hostile, non-hostile, and pending

    • B.

      Hostile, non-hostile, and complete

    • C.

      Deceased, pending, and complete

    • D.

      Deceased, pending, and hostile

    Correct Answer
    A. Hostile, non-hostile, and pending
    Explanation
    The three types of casualty reports are hostile, non-hostile, and pending. A hostile casualty report refers to a casualty caused by enemy action or intent. A non-hostile casualty report refers to a casualty caused by accidents, illnesses, or other non-enemy related factors. A pending casualty report refers to a casualty that is still under investigation or verification, and the details are not yet confirmed.

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  • 37. 

    The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) is a monthly annuity, due to an active duty member who dies in the line of duty (LOD) and is paid by the Air Force to the 

    • A.

      Surviving spouse only

    • B.

      Eligible children only

    • C.

      Surviving siblings

    • D.

      Surviving spouse or children

    Correct Answer
    D. Surviving spouse or children
    Explanation
    The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) provides a monthly annuity to the surviving spouse or children of an active duty member who dies in the line of duty (LOD). This means that if an active duty member dies while performing their duties, their surviving spouse or children will be eligible to receive a monthly payment from the Air Force. The SBP is specifically designed to provide financial support to the surviving family members of military personnel who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.

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  • 38. 

    The Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) annuity paid is paid to a surviving spouse until the spouse dies, 

    • A.

      But is suspended upon remarriage before age 45

    • B.

      And is not suspended upon remarriage

    • C.

      But is suspended upon remarriage before age 55

    • D.

      And then it passes onto any surviving children

    Correct Answer
    C. But is suspended upon remarriage before age 55
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the Survivor Benefit Plan (SBP) annuity is suspended upon remarriage before age 55. This means that if the surviving spouse remarries before reaching the age of 55, they will no longer receive the annuity payment. However, if the remarriage occurs after the age of 55, the annuity will continue to be paid.

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