Block 7 Unit 2 Part 1 (Personnel In Support Of Contingency Operations - Persco)

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  • 1. 

    “An RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System – Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment will arrive to take over the accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting mission.”

    • A.

      What is Command and Control FM?

    • B.

      What is Establish the Airbase FM?

    • C.

      What is Operate the Airbase FM?

    • D.

      What is Open the Airbase FM?

    Correct Answer
    A. What is Command and Control FM?
    Explanation
    The given answer is "What is Command and Control FM?" This is the correct answer because the statement mentions the arrival of an RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System - Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment. This indicates that the mission being discussed is related to command and control, which involves the coordination and management of military operations. The statement further specifies that the mission includes accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting, which are all key components of command and control. Therefore, the correct answer is "What is Command and Control FM?"

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  • 2. 

    “Contains RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05 UTCs, which augment the RFL01 to provide additional personnel leadership and advisory support.”

    • A.

      What is Establish the Airbase FM?

    • B.

      What is Command and Control FM?

    • C.

      What is Operate the Airbase FM?

    • D.

      What is Open the Airbase FM?

    Correct Answer
    A. What is Establish the Airbase FM?
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "What is Establish the Airbase FM?" because the statement mentions the inclusion of specific UTCs (RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05) that augment the RFL01. This suggests that the FM being referred to is related to the establishment of an airbase. The other options (Command and Control FM, Operate the Airbase FM, and Open the Airbase FM) do not have any specific mention or indication in the statement.

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  • 3. 

    What is involved with Command and Control FM?

    • A.

      "An RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System – Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment will arrive to take over the accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting mission”

    • B.

      "Contains RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05 UTCs, which augment the RFL01 to provide additional personnel leadership and advisory support”

    • C.

      "Two RFPF3 UTCs and one each RFL04 and RFL05 arrive to provide additional personnel leadership accountability capability”

    • D.

      "These are the first personnel on the ground used to assess and get the airfield operational. A PERSCO presence comes from a PERSCO qualified 3S0X1 on the Contingency Response Group 7E1AE unit type code (UTC)

    Correct Answer
    A. "An RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System – Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment will arrive to take over the accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting mission”
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that an RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System - Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment will arrive to take over the accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting mission. This suggests that Command and Control FM involves the use of the GCCS-AF equipment to manage and track the accountability of personnel, report on their strength, and report any casualties. It implies that this system is crucial for effective command and control operations in the Air Force.

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  • 4. 

    What is involved with Establish the Airbase FM?

    • A.

      "Contains RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05 UTCs, which augment the RFL01 to provide additional personnel leadership and advisory support”

    • B.

      "An RFL01 UTC with the Global Command and Control System – Air Force (GCCS-AF) equipment will arrive to take over the accountability, strength reporting, and casualty reporting mission”

    • C.

      "Two RFPF3 UTCs and one each RFL04 and RFL05 arrive to provide additional personnel leadership accountability capability”

    • D.

      "These are the first personnel on the ground used to assess and get the airfield operational. A PERSCO presence comes from a PERSCO qualified 3S0X1 on the Contingency Response Group 7E1AE unit type code (UTC)

    Correct Answer
    A. "Contains RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05 UTCs, which augment the RFL01 to provide additional personnel leadership and advisory support”
    Explanation
    The correct answer explains that the establishment of the Airbase FM involves the deployment of RFL03, RFPF3, and RFL05 UTCs. These UTCs are deployed to augment the RFL01 UTC and provide additional personnel leadership and advisory support. This suggests that the Airbase FM requires a team of personnel with leadership skills and expertise to provide guidance and support in various aspects of the operation.

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  • 5. 

    For personnel preparation, what is the single most important item in the planning phase?

    • A.

      Training

    • B.

      Equipment

    • C.

      Supplies

    • D.

      Physical Fitness

    Correct Answer
    A. Training
    Explanation
    In the planning phase of personnel preparation, training is the single most important item. This is because training ensures that individuals have the necessary skills and knowledge to perform their tasks effectively and efficiently. Without proper training, personnel may not be able to carry out their responsibilities correctly, leading to inefficiencies and potential risks. Training helps to enhance competence, confidence, and overall performance, making it crucial for successful personnel preparation.

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  • 6. 

    For personnel preparation, training is the single most important item in what?

    • A.

      The planning phase

    • B.

      The progression phase

    • C.

      The initial phase

    • D.

      The execution phase

    Correct Answer
    A. The planning phase
    Explanation
    Training is considered the single most important item in the planning phase of personnel preparation. This phase involves setting goals, determining objectives, and creating a strategy for achieving them. Training plays a crucial role in ensuring that personnel are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out their tasks effectively during the planning phase. It helps in developing a clear understanding of the goals and objectives and prepares personnel to execute their roles efficiently.

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  • 7. 

    Who ensures PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member?

    • A.

      The FSS Commander

    • B.

      The Installation Commander

    • C.

      The Manpower Commander

    • D.

      The Unit Deployment Manager (UDM)

    Correct Answer
    A. The FSS Commander
    Explanation
    The FSS Commander ensures that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member. This means that it is the responsibility of the FSS Commander to oversee and monitor the training progress of the PERSCO personnel and ensure that they meet the required training deadlines. The FSS Commander plays a crucial role in ensuring that the PERSCO team is properly trained and prepared for their duties.

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  • 8. 

    What does the FSS Commander ensure?

    • A.

      That PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member

    • B.

      That areas of expertise are assigned to individual PT members and require each member to build training packages for his/her area of expertise

    • C.

      That in-house training sessions are conducted and documented at least twice a month

    • D.

      That initial/recurring ancillary deployment training is classified as courier training for PT members

    Correct Answer
    A. That PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member
    Explanation
    The FSS Commander ensures that PERSCO personnel complete the required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member.

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  • 9. 

    Within what timeframe does the FSS Commander ensure that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training after being designated as PT member?

    • A.

      12 months

    • B.

      6 months

    • C.

      10 months

    • D.

      3 months

    Correct Answer
    A. 12 months
    Explanation
    The FSS Commander ensures that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within a timeframe of 12 months after being designated as a PT member. This indicates that the Commander allows a year for the personnel to undergo the necessary training, suggesting that it is a comprehensive and time-consuming process.

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  • 10. 

    “12 months” applies to what?

    • A.

      The timeframe within which the FSS Commander must ensure that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training after being designated as a PT member

    • B.

      That areas of expertise are assigned to individual PT members and require each member to build training packages for his/her area of expertise

    • C.

      That in-house training sessions are conducted and documented at least twice a month

    • D.

      That initial/recurring ancillary deployment training is classified as courier training for PT members

    Correct Answer
    A. The timeframe within which the FSS Commander must ensure that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training after being designated as a PT member
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "The timeframe within which the FSS Commander must ensure that PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training after being designated as a PT member." This means that the FSS Commander is responsible for making sure that the PERSCO personnel complete their training within a specific timeframe after being designated as a PT member.

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  • 11. 

    Which of the following falls under “Planning Phase”?

    • A.

      The FSS Commander ensures assigned PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member

    • B.

      Coordinate with logistics and security force planners for facility, equipment, and supply requirements

    • C.

      Coordinate with civil engineer planners for your PERSCO electric power requirements

    • D.

      Communication planners are responsible for communications requirements for all locations in the area of responsibility (AOR) capable of supporting wartime and contingency operations

    Correct Answer
    A. The FSS Commander ensures assigned PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member
    Explanation
    The given answer falls under the "Planning Phase" because it involves ensuring that assigned PERSCO personnel complete required training within a specific timeframe. This indicates that there is a plan in place for training and development, which is a key aspect of the planning phase in any project or operation.

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  • 12. 

    Which of the following falls under “Planning Phase”?

    • A.

      In-house training sessions should be conducted and documented at least twice a month

    • B.

      The component command personnel planner coordinates with logistics planners IAW AFI 10-404, Base Support and Expeditionary Site Planning

    • C.

      Determines what facilities exist, and what equipment and supplies are readily available at each employment location identified in the Time Phase Force Development Document (TPFDD)

    • D.

      The personnel planner coordinates with logistics, security forces, civil engineers, and communications planners to identify PERSCO infrastructure requirements

    Correct Answer
    A. In-house training sessions should be conducted and documented at least twice a month
    Explanation
    The answer "In-house training sessions should be conducted and documented at least twice a month" falls under the "Planning Phase" because it involves planning and scheduling regular training sessions within the organization. This activity is part of the planning process to ensure that employees receive the necessary training and development to enhance their skills and knowledge. Planning phase typically involves activities related to identifying needs, setting goals, and creating strategies, which aligns with the action of conducting and documenting training sessions on a regular basis.

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  • 13. 

    Which of the following falls under “Planning Phase”?

    • A.

      Training should be as realistic as possible

    • B.

      Coordinate with logistics and security force planners for facility, equipment, and supply requirements

    • C.

      Coordinate with civil engineer planners for your PERSCO electric power requirements

    • D.

      Communication planners are responsible for communications requirements for all locations in the area of responsibility (AOR) capable of supporting wartime and contingency operations

    Correct Answer
    A. Training should be as realistic as possible
    Explanation
    The statement "Training should be as realistic as possible" falls under the "Planning Phase" because it is a consideration that needs to be addressed and planned for in order to ensure effective training. During the planning phase, factors such as the type of training, resources needed, and objectives are determined. Realistic training is important for preparing individuals for real-life scenarios and ensuring that they are adequately trained and prepared for any potential challenges they may face.

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  • 14. 

    Which of the following falls under “Planning Phase”?

    • A.

      The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members

    • B.

      The component command personnel planner coordinates with logistics planners IAW AFI 10-404, Base Support and Expeditionary Site Planning

    • C.

      Determines what facilities exist, and what equipment and supplies are readily available at each employment location identified in the Time Phase Force Development Document (TPFDD)

    • D.

      The personnel planner coordinates with logistics, security forces, civil engineers, and communications planners to identify PERSCO infrastructure requirements

    Correct Answer
    A. The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members
    Explanation
    The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members. This task falls under the "Planning Phase" because it involves coordinating and organizing the training activities for PT members before their deployment. By scheduling and documenting the training, the UDM ensures that all necessary training is completed and documented, which is an essential part of the planning process before deployment.

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  • 15. 

     “The FSS Commander ensures assigned PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Planning Phase

    • B.

      Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Execution Phase

    • D.

      Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Planning Phase
    Explanation
    The statement "The FSS Commander ensures assigned PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member" falls under the Planning Phase. This is because it involves the planning and coordination of personnel support activities, specifically ensuring that the assigned personnel complete the necessary training within a specified timeframe.

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  • 16. 

    “In-house training sessions should be conducted and documented at least twice a month” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Planning Phase

    • B.

      Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Execution Phase

    • D.

      Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Planning Phase
    Explanation
    This statement falls under the Planning Phase. In-house training sessions are a part of the planning process as they involve organizing and scheduling training sessions for employees. Conducting and documenting these sessions regularly helps in ensuring that employees are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to perform their tasks effectively.

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  • 17. 

    “The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Planning Phase

    • B.

      Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Execution Phase

    • D.

      Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Planning Phase
    Explanation
    The statement describes the role and responsibilities of the FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM), who is responsible for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members. This task of scheduling and documenting training falls under the Planning Phase, as it involves preparing and organizing the necessary training before the actual execution of the deployment.

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  • 18. 

    “Training should be as realistic as possible” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Planning Phase

    • B.

      Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Execution Phase

    • D.

      Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Planning Phase
    Explanation
    In the planning phase, it is important to ensure that training is as realistic as possible. This means that the training should closely resemble the actual situations and conditions that the individuals will encounter in their roles. By making the training realistic, it helps to prepare individuals for the challenges they may face and allows them to practice and develop the necessary skills and knowledge in a controlled environment. This ultimately improves their readiness and effectiveness when they transition to the execution phase.

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  • 19. 

    How often should in-house training sessions be conducted and documented?

    • A.

      At least twice a month

    • B.

      At least four times a month

    • C.

      At least once a month

    • D.

      At least once every other month

    Correct Answer
    A. At least twice a month
    Explanation
    In-house training sessions should be conducted and documented at least twice a month to ensure that employees receive regular and consistent training. This frequency allows for a more comprehensive and continuous learning experience, ensuring that employees stay up-to-date with new information, skills, and best practices. By conducting and documenting these sessions regularly, companies can also track the progress and effectiveness of their training programs, identify areas for improvement, and ensure that employees are consistently developing their knowledge and skills.

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  • 20. 

    “At least twice a month” applies to what?

    • A.

      How often in-house training sessions should be conducted and documented

    • B.

      How soon FSS Commanders must ensure that assigned PERSCO personnel complete required PERSCO training within 12 months of being designated as a PT member

    • C.

      How quickly a PERSCO supply kit must be established and maintained for each PT

    • D.

      How rapidly Commanders must coordinate with civil engineer planners for PERSCO electric power requirements

    Correct Answer
    A. How often in-house training sessions should be conducted and documented
    Explanation
    The phrase "At least twice a month" indicates the frequency at which in-house training sessions should be conducted and documented. This answer choice accurately captures the meaning of the given statement.

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  • 21. 

    Who serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members?

    • A.

      The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM)

    • B.

      The Installation Commander

    • C.

      The Manpower Commander

    • D.

      The FSS Commander

    Correct Answer
    A. The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM)
    Explanation
    The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members. This means that the UDM is responsible for coordinating and organizing the training sessions for PT members, ensuring that they receive the necessary training for their deployment and courier duties. They are also responsible for keeping records and documentation related to these training sessions.

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  • 22. 

    What does the FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) do?

    • A.

      Serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members

    • B.

      Coordinates with logistics planners IAW AFI 10-404, Base Support and Expeditionary Site Planning

    • C.

      Determines what facilities exist, and what equipment and supplies are readily available at each employment location identified in the Time Phase Force Development Document (TPFDD)

    • D.

      Coordinates with logistics, security forces, civil engineers, and communications planners to identify PERSCO infrastructure requirements

    Correct Answer
    A. Serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members
    Explanation
    The FSS Unit Deployment Manager (UDM) serves as the focal point for scheduling and documenting all initial/recurring ancillary deployment training and classified courier training for PT members. This means that the UDM is responsible for coordinating and organizing the training required for personnel who are being deployed, ensuring that they receive the necessary training before their deployment. Additionally, the UDM is also responsible for documenting this training, keeping track of who has received what training, and ensuring that all necessary documentation is in order.

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  • 23. 

    What must be established and maintained for each PT?

    • A.

      A PERSCO supply kit

    • B.

      A PERSCO training session

    • C.

      PERSCO electric power requirements

    • D.

      PERSCO morale computers/phones

    Correct Answer
    A. A PERSCO supply kit
    Explanation
    A PERSCO supply kit must be established and maintained for each PT. This kit includes all the necessary supplies and equipment that the PT requires to carry out their tasks effectively. It ensures that the PT has access to the resources they need to perform their duties efficiently and without any interruptions. By having a well-maintained supply kit, the PT can ensure that they are prepared and equipped to handle any situation that may arise in their role.

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  • 24. 

    What is involved with a PERSCO supply kit?

    • A.

      It must be established and maintained for each PT

    • B.

      It is created by civil engineer planners

    • C.

      It is not directly affected by the number of PERSCO members

    • D.

      It is packed and maintained ready for deployment in a series of phases

    Correct Answer
    A. It must be established and maintained for each PT
    Explanation
    The PERSCO supply kit must be established and maintained for each PT. This means that every Personnel Support for Contingency Operations (PERSCO) team must have their own supply kit that is set up and kept in good condition. This ensures that the team has the necessary supplies and equipment readily available for their deployment and can effectively carry out their duties in supporting personnel during contingency operations.

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  • 25. 

    Concerning the Execution Phase, what happens during Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability"?

    • A.

      The PT is establishing PERSCO initial operations and establishing baseline strength accountability

    • B.

      The PT submits a status report No Later Than (NLT) 12 hours after arrival to the deployed location

    • C.

      The PT is establishing a casualty reporting process

    • D.

      The PT allows users to produce automated report through its equipment

    Correct Answer
    A. The PT is establishing PERSCO initial operations and establishing baseline strength accountability
    Explanation
    During the Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability" in the Execution Phase, the PT is responsible for establishing PERSCO (Personnel Support for Contingency Operations) initial operations and establishing baseline strength accountability. This means that they are setting up the necessary systems and processes to accurately track and account for all personnel involved in the operation. This includes gathering and recording information about each individual's role, location, and status. By doing so, the PT ensures that they have an accurate understanding of the personnel resources available to them and can effectively manage and deploy them as needed.

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  • 26. 

    Concerning the Execution Phase, what happens during Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability"?

    • A.

      Establish strength accountability for all personnel the PT is responsible for

    • B.

      Review available lessons learned at AFPC’s Readiness websites

    • C.

      Identify movement of supply kits and equipment

    • D.

      PT chief should develop tentative shift schedule(s) and assign specific duties and responsibilities to each deploying PT members based on the most current information available

    Correct Answer
    A. Establish strength accountability for all personnel the PT is responsible for
    Explanation
    During the Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability" in the Execution Phase, the PT (Physical Training) is responsible for establishing strength accountability for all personnel they are in charge of. This means that they need to ensure that they have a clear record of all the individuals they are accountable for and their respective roles and responsibilities. This helps in ensuring that everyone is present and accounted for, and that there is a clear understanding of who is responsible for what during the execution of the plan.

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  • 27. 

    Concerning the Execution Phase, what happens during Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability"?

    • A.

      Ensure a Reception Control Center (ROC) is established

    • B.

      The PT submits a status report No Later Than (NLT) 12 hours after arrival to the deployed location

    • C.

      The PT is establishing a casualty reporting process

    • D.

      The PT allows users to produce automated report through its equipment

    Correct Answer
    A. Ensure a Reception Control Center (ROC) is established
    Explanation
    During the Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability" in the Execution Phase, the main action is to ensure a Reception Control Center (ROC) is established. This means that a designated area or facility is set up to receive and process incoming personnel, equipment, and supplies. The ROC serves as a central point for accountability and coordination, ensuring that all resources are properly accounted for and managed. By establishing a ROC, the organization can effectively track and monitor the flow of resources, ensuring that they are deployed and utilized efficiently.

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  • 28. 

    Concerning the Execution Phase, what happens during Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability"?

    • A.

      Use all possible means to account for arriving force (e.g., billeting, finance, and dining capabilities) and ensure a process is in place to account for forces

    • B.

      Review available lessons learned at AFPC’s Readiness websites

    • C.

      Identify movement of supply kits and equipment

    • D.

      PT chief should develop tentative shift schedule(s) and assign specific duties and responsibilities to each deploying PT members based on the most current information available

    Correct Answer
    A. Use all possible means to account for arriving force (e.g., billeting, finance, and dining capabilities) and ensure a process is in place to account for forces
    Explanation
    During the Initial Set-Up Actions under "Accountability" in the Execution Phase, the focus is on accounting for the arriving force. This involves using all possible means to account for the force, including billeting, finance, and dining capabilities. It is important to have a process in place to ensure that all forces are properly accounted for. This includes reviewing available lessons learned at AFPC's Readiness websites, identifying the movement of supply kits and equipment, and developing a tentative shift schedule for PT members based on the most current information available.

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  • 29. 

    “The PT is establishing PERSCO initial operations and establishing baseline strength accountability” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability

    • B.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Planning Phase

    • D.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability
    Explanation
    The given statement "The PT is establishing PERSCO initial operations and establishing baseline strength accountability" refers to the actions taken during the initial set-up phase of an operation. Specifically, it involves establishing the initial operations of the Personnel Support for Contingency Operations (PERSCO) and ensuring accountability for the baseline strength of personnel. This falls under the category of Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability.

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  • 30. 

    “Establish strength accountability for all personnel the PT is responsible for” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability

    • B.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Planning Phase

    • D.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability
    Explanation
    This statement falls under the category of "Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability." It suggests that the main goal is to establish strength accountability for all personnel that the PT (Physical Training) is responsible for. This implies that the focus is on ensuring that all individuals under the PT's supervision are accounted for and their presence or absence is properly tracked.

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  • 31. 

    “Ensure a Reception Control Center (RCC) is established” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability

    • B.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Planning Phase

    • D.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability
    Explanation
    This action falls under "Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability" because establishing a Reception Control Center (RCC) is a measure taken to ensure accountability during the initial set-up phase. The RCC is responsible for controlling and monitoring the reception of personnel and resources, ensuring that all individuals and materials are accounted for and properly documented. By establishing an RCC, the organization can maintain a high level of accountability and ensure that all necessary actions are taken during the initial set-up phase.

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  • 32. 

    “Use all possible means to account for arriving forces (e.g., billeting, finance, and dining facilities) and ensure a process is in place to account for forces” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability

    • B.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Planning Phase

    • D.

      Initial Set-Up Actions - Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability
    Explanation
    This statement suggests that the action of using all possible means to account for arriving forces and ensuring a process is in place to account for forces falls under the category of Initial Set-Up Actions - Accountability. This means that it is part of the initial steps taken to establish accountability for the forces that are arriving, including organizing billeting, finance, and dining facilities.

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  • 33. 

    “Establish PERSCO Operating Location” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Initial Set-Up Actions

    • B.

      Site Infrastructure

    • C.

      Planning Phase

    • D.

      Rotation and Redeployment Actions

    Correct Answer
    A. Initial Set-Up Actions
    Explanation
    "Establish PERSCO Operating Location" falls under Initial Set-Up Actions. This refers to the actions taken at the beginning of a project or operation to set up the necessary infrastructure, personnel, and resources. In this case, establishing a PERSCO (Personnel Support for Contingency Operations) Operating Location is an initial set-up action that involves creating a designated area or facility to support and manage personnel-related tasks during contingency operations.

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  • 34. 

    Under the Execution Phase, what happens during Initial Set-Up Actions?

    • A.

      Establish PERSCO Operating Location

    • B.

      Review available lessons learned at AFPC’s Readiness websites

    • C.

      Identify movement of supply kits and equipment

    • D.

      PT chief should develop tentative shift schedule(s) and assign specific duties and responsibilities to each deploying PT members based on the most current information available

    Correct Answer
    A. Establish PERSCO Operating Location
    Explanation
    During the Initial Set-Up Actions under the Execution Phase, the PERSCO (Personnel Support for Contingency Operations) Operating Location is established. This involves setting up a location where personnel support activities will be conducted during the contingency operation. It is important to establish this operating location early on to ensure smooth and efficient personnel support operations.

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  • 35. 

    “Sustainment Operations and Actions” – this falls under what?

    • A.

      Execution Phase

    • B.

      Deployment Phase

    • C.

      Assignment Phase

    • D.

      Transition Phase

    Correct Answer
    A. Execution Phase
    Explanation
    "Sustainment Operations and Actions" falls under the Execution Phase. The Execution Phase is the phase in which the planned activities are carried out and the project is executed. Sustainment operations and actions refer to the ongoing support and maintenance activities that ensure the project's success and longevity. These activities typically occur during the Execution Phase, as they involve implementing and sustaining the project's outcomes.

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  • 36. 

    Which of the following occurs under the Execution Phase?

    • A.

      Sustainment Operations and Actions

    • B.

      The PT submits a status report No Later Than (NLT) 12 hours after arrival to the deployed location

    • C.

      The PT is establishing a casualty reporting process

    • D.

      The PT allows users to produce automated report through its equipment

    Correct Answer
    A. Sustainment Operations and Actions
    Explanation
    During the Execution Phase, one of the activities that occur is Sustainment Operations and Actions. This refers to the ongoing support and maintenance of resources and operations to ensure they are sustained and continue to function effectively. This could include activities such as logistics support, resupply, maintenance, and other sustainment actions to keep the mission running smoothly.

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