A. Activation of the DCC
B. Integration with Air Force functional planning.
C. Cargo deployment function can begin cargo processing.
D. Personnel deployment function receives accurate personnel information.
C. Suffix item.
D. Cargo category code.
A. every six years.
B. when a desired capability does not exist.
C. when required by the installation commander.
D. when the functional manager determines they are needed.
A. HQ USAF is notified.
b. The functional manager is contacted.
C. New UTCs must be developed.
D. The IDO is notified.
A. tasked as stand alone.
B. deployed by themselves.
C. tasked by the CCDR.
D. integrated with other right-sized UTCs.
a. As two person capability.
B. As a parent/child relationship.
C. To allow them to be easily fragmented.
D. To allow tasking from a single organization.
A. with MAJCOM’s assistance.
B. in coordination with the non-pilot unit.
C. in conjunction with the base manpower office.
D. in coordination with the AEG commander.
A. The pilot unit will call the MAJCOM FAM.
B. The non-pilot unit will call the IDO.
C. The coordination process will not function efficiently.
D. The FAM will call the IDO.
A. daily reporting.
B. uploading to the LOGMOD system.
C. liaison with the IDO.
D. a coordinated effort between the pilot and non-pilot units.
A. Errors could under-equip a deploying unit.
B. Errors could over-equip a deploying unit.
C. Inconsistencies will not impact readiness.
D. Combat readiness is always consistent.
A. Certify tasked forces.
B. Provide HQ USAF visibility over deployed forces.
C. Far-reaching responsibilities and authorities.
D. Responsible for execution of the AEF schedule.
A. Before briefing the wing/cc.
B. Before reviewing OPLANs and CONPLANs for each unit on the installation.
C. After the IDO updates LOGMOD with the worst case tasking information.
D. Before identifying the total number of personnel affected after reviewing plans, UTA, and WAAR.
A. The executive agent.
B. The SecDef.
C. The CCDR.
D. The supporting commander.
D. PERSCO teams
A. Dover AFB, DE.
B. Travis AFB, CA.
C. McChord AFB, WA.
D. an APOD.
A. a return to home station.
B. a deployment in reverse.
C. an onward or forward deployment.
D. an air expeditionary force (AEF) rotation.
A. There is no relationship.
B. The redeployment process is a round trip.
C. The deployment process is a one-way trip.
D. The redeployment mirrors the deployment.
A. Redeployment is slow.
B. Deployment is far more rapid than redeployment.
C. Deployment is the same compared to redeployment.
D. Redeployment happens more rapidly than a deployment.
A. There is no effect.
B. Aircraft will be placed on stand by.
C. It could cause major delays in the redeployment process.
D. The LOGPLAN will not be implemented.
A. The commander notifies the MAJCOM.
B. The deployed commander notifies Air Staff.
C. The C2 notifies the RAT.
D. The pallet build-up area is located as near to aircraft load sites as possible.
A. By category.
B. As swing stock only.
C. As starter stock only.
D. By special Army classification identifiers.
A. Use code.
A. Base commander approval.
B. WRMO must approve the request.
C. The IDO must approve the request.
D. The request must be forwarded by the WRMO/NCO through the WRMPM to the next approval level.