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  • 1. 

    (201a) What is the purpose of the enlisted promotion process?

    • A.

      To promote airman to fulfill particular needs in AFSC

    • B.

      To promote airman to fulfill particular needs in the Wing

    • C.

      To promote airman to fulfill particular needs in MAJCOM

    • D.

      To promote airman to fulfill particular needs in Group

    Correct Answer
    A. To promote airman to fulfill particular needs in AFSC
    Explanation
    The purpose of the enlisted promotion process is to promote airmen to fulfill particular needs in their Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC). This means that promotions are based on the specific skills and qualifications required for a particular job within the Air Force. The promotion process ensures that airmen who have demonstrated the necessary abilities and competencies in their AFSC are recognized and given the opportunity to advance in their careers.

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  • 2. 

    (201a) Who sets the limits on the top 5 Air Force Enlisted Ranks

    • A.

      DoD

    • B.

      MAJCOM

    • C.

      USAF Board of Wing Commanders

    • D.

      Air Force Enlisted Ranks Committee

    Correct Answer
    A. DoD
    Explanation
    The Department of Defense (DoD) sets the limits on the top 5 Air Force Enlisted Ranks. Being the highest authority in the military, the DoD has the power to establish and regulate the ranks and positions within the Air Force. They determine the criteria and requirements for promotion to these top enlisted ranks, ensuring that only qualified individuals reach these positions. The DoD's involvement in setting these limits ensures consistency and standardization across the Air Force and other branches of the military.

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  • 3. 

    (201a) What is Congress role in the Enlisted Promotion System?

    • A.

      Advise DoD

    • B.

      Appoint each member of the Air Force Enlisted Ranks Committee

    • C.

      Congress limits SMSgt and CMSgt to 3% of Total Enlisted Ranks

    • D.

      Congress does nothing

    Correct Answer
    C. Congress limits SMSgt and CMSgt to 3% of Total Enlisted Ranks
    Explanation
    Congress plays a role in the Enlisted Promotion System by limiting the number of Senior Master Sergeants (SMSgt) and Chief Master Sergeants (CMSgt) to 3% of the total enlisted ranks. This means that only a certain percentage of individuals can be promoted to these higher ranks, as determined by Congress. This limitation helps to ensure that promotions are fair and equitable, and that there is a balance in the distribution of higher-ranking enlisted personnel within the military.

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  • 4. 

    (201a) What ways can the enlisted be addressed

    • A.

      First and Last Name

    • B.

      Employee Number

    • C.

      Rank and Grade

    • D.

      Call Sign

    Correct Answer
    C. Rank and Grade
    Explanation
    The enlisted can be addressed by their rank and grade. This means that their position and level of authority within the military hierarchy is used as a form of address. Using rank and grade is a common practice in the military to show respect and acknowledge the individual's position and responsibilities. It helps maintain discipline and a clear chain of command within the organization.

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  • 5. 

    (201a) Which of the following are common promotion eligibility items for Airman (AB-SrA)?

    • A.

      6 months TIG

    • B.

      10 months TIS

    • C.

      Non-Competitive basis

    • D.

      5 skill level

    Correct Answer
    C. Non-Competitive basis
    Explanation
    Non-Competitive basis is a common promotion eligibility item for Airman (AB-SrA). This means that individuals can be promoted without having to compete against other candidates. Instead, they are promoted based on their performance and qualifications alone. This allows for a fair and objective evaluation of an individual's readiness for promotion, without the need for comparison to others.

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  • 6. 

    (201a) How long must an AB be in their grade to promote to AMN?

    • A.

      3 months

    • B.

      6 months

    • C.

      10 months

    • D.

      12 months

    Correct Answer
    B. 6 months
    Explanation
    An AB must be in their grade for 6 months in order to promote to AMN. This suggests that there is a minimum time requirement for an AB to serve in their current grade before being eligible for promotion. It is likely that this time period allows for the necessary experience and training to be gained before advancing to the next rank.

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  • 7. 

    (201a) How long must an AMN be in their grade to promote to A1C?

    • A.

      6 months

    • B.

      10 months

    • C.

      12 months

    • D.

      18 months

    Correct Answer
    B. 10 months
    Explanation
    An Airman (AMN) must be in their grade for 10 months to promote to Airman First Class (A1C). This indicates that there is a specific time requirement that an AMN must meet before being eligible for promotion.

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  • 8. 

    (201a) To promote an A1C to SrA, what are the TIG and TIS requirements?

    • A.

      6 months TIG, 10 months TIS

    • B.

      10 months TIG, 12 months TIS

    • C.

      20 months TIG, 36 months TIS

    • D.

      36 months TIG, 40 months TIS

    Correct Answer
    C. 20 months TIG, 36 months TIS
    Explanation
    To promote an A1C to SrA, the Time in Grade (TIG) requirement is 20 months, and the Time in Service (TIS) requirement is 36 months. This means that an Airman must have served in the rank of A1C for at least 20 months and have a total of 36 months of military service in order to be eligible for promotion to SrA.

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  • 9. 

    (201a) When is Below The Zone promotion available to Airman?

    • A.

      During normal promotion deadline

    • B.

      6 months prior to normal

    • C.

      5 months prior to normal

    • D.

      13 months prior to normal

    Correct Answer
    B. 6 months prior to normal
    Explanation
    Below The Zone promotion is available to Airman 6 months prior to the normal promotion deadline. This means that eligible Airman can be considered for promotion earlier than their peers, giving them an opportunity to advance their career ahead of schedule. This promotion option is designed to recognize exceptional performance and potential, allowing individuals to progress faster in their military career.

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  • 10. 

    (201a) Which of the following promotion types are available as a 1 time consideration only?

    • A.

      STEP

    • B.

      WAPS for MSgt-SMSgt

    • C.

      Below the Zone

    • D.

      2 phase promotion process

    Correct Answer
    C. Below the Zone
    Explanation
    Below the Zone is a promotion type that is available as a one-time consideration only. This means that individuals can only be considered for promotion below their normal zone of eligibility once in their career. It is a special promotion opportunity that allows exceptional performers to be promoted ahead of their peers. Once an individual is promoted below the zone, they will not be eligible for another below the zone promotion in the future. This promotion type is designed to recognize and reward outstanding performance and potential.

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  • 11. 

    (201a) What are the minimum TIG requirements for STEP?

    • A.

      SSgt- 3 months, TSgt- 6 months

    • B.

      SSgt- 5 months, TSgt- 8 months

    • C.

      SSgt- 6 months, TSgt- 10 months

    • D.

      SSgt- 6 months, TSgt- 12 months

    Correct Answer
    D. SSgt- 6 months, TSgt- 12 months
  • 12. 

    (201a) Below the Zone applies to which of the following rank?

    • A.

      A1C - SrA

    • B.

      SrA - SSgt

    • C.

      AB - Amn

    • D.

      A1C - Tsgt

    Correct Answer
    A. A1C - SrA
    Explanation
    Below the Zone applies to A1C - SrA rank. This means that Airmen First Class (A1C) who have demonstrated exceptional performance and potential can be promoted to Senior Airman (SrA) before their peers. It is a promotion opportunity that allows deserving A1Cs to advance to the next rank faster than the typical promotion timeline.

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  • 13. 

    (201a) What skill level is required to promote from SrA to SSgt

    • A.

      1-lvl

    • B.

      3-lvl

    • C.

      5-lvl

    • D.

      7-lvl

    Correct Answer
    C. 5-lvl
    Explanation
    To promote from SrA to SSgt, a skill level of 5-lvl is required. This indicates that the individual must have completed the necessary training and acquired the required skills and knowledge at the 5-level in their specific job or career field. This level of proficiency demonstrates that the individual has gained a higher level of expertise and is ready to take on more responsibilities and leadership roles as a SSgt.

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  • 14. 

    (201a) What skill level is required to promote from SSgt to TSgt?

    • A.

      3-lvl

    • B.

      5-lvl

    • C.

      7-lvl

    • D.

      9-lvl

    Correct Answer
    C. 7-lvl
    Explanation
    In order to promote from SSgt to TSgt, a skill level of 7-lvl is required. This suggests that individuals need to have a higher level of expertise and experience in their field to be eligible for promotion. The 7-lvl skill level indicates a higher level of proficiency and knowledge compared to the lower skill levels. Therefore, individuals must demonstrate their competence and meet the requirements of the 7-lvl skill level to advance to the rank of TSgt.

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  • 15. 

    (201a) What skill level is required to promote from TSgt to MSgt?

    • A.

      3-lvl

    • B.

      5-lvl

    • C.

      7-lvl

    • D.

      9-lvl

    Correct Answer
    C. 7-lvl
    Explanation
    To promote from TSgt to MSgt, a skill level of 7-lvl is required. This indicates that the individual must have completed the necessary training and acquired the skills and knowledge required for the next rank. The 7-lvl skill level signifies a higher level of expertise and responsibility, which is necessary for the promotion to MSgt.

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  • 16. 

    (201a) Which of the following components of WAPS (SSgt-TSgt) carry the most points?

    • A.

      SKT

    • B.

      PDG

    • C.

      EPRs

    • D.

      Decorations

    Correct Answer
    C. EPRs
    Explanation
    EPRs (Enlisted Performance Reports) carry the most points in the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS) for the rank of Staff Sergeant to Technical Sergeant. EPRs are used to evaluate an airman's performance and potential, and they play a significant role in determining promotion eligibility and points allocation. SKT (Specialty Knowledge Test), PDG (Professional Development Guide), and Decorations may also contribute to the overall promotion score, but EPRs carry the highest weightage.

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  • 17. 

    (201a) How many points in the WAPS does the EPR carry?

    • A.

      100

    • B.

      450

    • C.

      250

    • D.

      300

    Correct Answer
    C. 250
    Explanation
    The EPR carries 250 points in the Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS).

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  • 18. 

    (201a) Which phases are apart of the 2 phase process to promote from TSgt to MSgt?

    • A.

      Weighted score and promotion board score

    • B.

      EPR and decorations

    • C.

      TIS and TIG

    • D.

      Central evaluation board

    Correct Answer
    A. Weighted score and promotion board score
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Weighted score and promotion board score." This is because the promotion process from Technical Sergeant (TSgt) to Master Sergeant (MSgt) involves two phases. The first phase is the calculation of the weighted score, which takes into account factors such as time in service, time in grade, decorations, and performance evaluations. The second phase is the promotion board score, which is determined by a panel of senior enlisted members who review the records and performance of eligible candidates. Both the weighted score and promotion board score play a crucial role in the promotion decision.

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  • 19. 

    (201a) Which of the following make up the 5 weighted factors in WAPS (SMSgt-CMSgt)?

    • A.

      Specialty Knowledge Test, Professional Development Guide, TIS, TIG, Decorations

    • B.

      Specialty Knowledge Test, Professional Development Guide, Central Evaulation Board, Decorations, TIG

    • C.

      Specialty Knowledge Test, Professional Development Guide, Central Evaulation Board, Decorations, TIS

    • D.

      USAF Supervisory Exam, Professional Development Guide, Central Evaulation Board, Decorations, TIS

    • E.

      USAF Supervisory Exam, Central Evaluation Board, Decorations, TIS, TIG

    Correct Answer
    E. USAF Supervisory Exam, Central Evaluation Board, Decorations, TIS, TIG
    Explanation
    The correct answer is USAF Supervisory Exam, Central Evaluation Board, Decorations, TIS, TIG. These factors make up the 5 weighted factors in WAPS (SMSgt-CMSgt). The Specialty Knowledge Test is not included in the correct answer.

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  • 20. 

    (201a) Who does the CJR apply to?

    • A.

      First term re-enlistments

    • B.

      Second term re-enlistments

    • C.

      Third term re-enlistments

    • D.

      Retirees

    Correct Answer
    A. First term re-enlistments
    Explanation
    The CJR (Career Job Reservation) applies to first term re-enlistments. This means that individuals who are in their first term of enlistment and are considering re-enlisting in the military are subject to the provisions of the CJR. The CJR is a policy that allows the military to manage the retention of personnel by offering incentives and benefits to encourage re-enlistment. It is not applicable to second term or third term re-enlistments, as well as retirees who have already completed their military service.

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  • 21. 

    (201a) What is paid to enlisted members who re-enlist in selected critically manned AFSCs?

    • A.

      CJR

    • B.

      Base pay and housing

    • C.

      ACIP

    • D.

      Selective Re-enlistment Bonus

    Correct Answer
    D. Selective Re-enlistment Bonus
    Explanation
    Enlisted members who re-enlist in selected critically manned AFSCs receive a Selective Re-enlistment Bonus. This bonus is an incentive offered to encourage enlisted members to re-enlist in positions that are deemed critical to the Air Force. It is a financial reward given in addition to the regular base pay and housing benefits that enlisted members receive.

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  • 22. 

    (201a) How can an enlisted person obtain a 3 skill level?

    • A.

      HOTS

    • B.

      Complete a residential initial skills training course

    • C.

      Complete a CDC

    • D.

      Complete CDC and OJT

    Correct Answer
    B. Complete a residential initial skills training course
    Explanation
    To obtain a 3 skill level as an enlisted person, one must complete a residential initial skills training course. This course is designed to provide comprehensive training and education on the necessary skills and knowledge required for the specific job. By completing this course, the enlisted person will acquire the skills needed to perform their duties effectively and reach the 3 skill level.

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  • 23. 

    (201a) What are the requirements to obtain a 5 skill level

    • A.

      CDC and initial skills training course

    • B.

      Initial skills training course and OJT

    • C.

      CDC, 12 months in upgrade training, and CFETP core tasks

    • D.

      CFETP core task only

    Correct Answer
    C. CDC, 12 months in upgrade training, and CFETP core tasks
    Explanation
    To obtain a 5 skill level, the requirements include completing CDC (Career Development Course), undergoing 12 months of upgrade training, and fulfilling CFETP (Career Field Education and Training Plan) core tasks. This indicates that a combination of theoretical knowledge through CDC, practical training through upgrade training, and competency in specific core tasks outlined in CFETP are necessary to achieve a 5 skill level.

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  • 24. 

    (201a) What are the rank requirements to obtain a 7 skill level?

    • A.

      A1C

    • B.

      SrA

    • C.

      SSgt

    • D.

      TSgt

    Correct Answer
    C. SSgt
    Explanation
    To obtain a 7 skill level, the rank requirement is SSgt (Staff Sergeant). This means that a person must achieve the rank of Staff Sergeant in order to reach a 7 skill level.

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  • 25. 

    (201b) Written communication between rater and rate about performance

    • A.

      Subjective feedback

    • B.

      Self-Assessment

    • C.

      Airman Comprehensive Assessment

    • D.

      OPR

    Correct Answer
    C. Airman Comprehensive Assessment
    Explanation
    The Airman Comprehensive Assessment is the most appropriate answer because it aligns with the context of the question, which is about written communication between a rater and ratee regarding performance. The Airman Comprehensive Assessment is a formal evaluation tool used in the United States Air Force to assess an airman's performance, potential, and overall contribution to the organization. It involves a comprehensive review of the airman's performance, including written feedback and ratings from the rater. Therefore, it fits the description of written communication between a rater and ratee about performance.

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  • 26. 

    (201b) The most critical element of the EES:

    • A.

      Limited observation

    • B.

      Letter of counseling

    • C.

      Letter of admonishment

    • D.

      Airman Comprehensive Assessment

    Correct Answer
    D. Airman Comprehensive Assessment
    Explanation
    The Airman Comprehensive Assessment is the most critical element of the EES because it provides a comprehensive evaluation of an airman's performance, potential, and readiness. It includes feedback from supervisors, peers, and subordinates, and covers areas such as job performance, leadership abilities, and personal and professional development. This assessment helps identify an airman's strengths and areas for improvement, and plays a crucial role in determining promotions, assignments, and career development opportunities.

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  • 27. 

    (201b) Which statement identifies the purpose of the Enlisted Performance Report

    • A.

      Provides short term, cumulative record of individual performance

    • B.

      Provides immediate, cumulative record of individual progress

    • C.

      Provides long term, cumulative record of individual performance

    • D.

      Does not provide a cumulative report of individual performance

    Correct Answer
    C. Provides long term, cumulative record of individual performance
    Explanation
    The purpose of the Enlisted Performance Report is to provide a long-term, cumulative record of an individual's performance. This means that it is intended to track and document an individual's performance over an extended period of time, rather than focusing on short-term or immediate progress. The report aims to provide a comprehensive overview of an individual's performance history, allowing for a more thorough evaluation and assessment.

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  • 28. 

    (201b) Which EPR form is designated for AB-TSgt?

    • A.

      AF Form 911

    • B.

      AF Form 913

    • C.

      AF Form 910

    • D.

      AF Form 914

    Correct Answer
    C. AF Form 910
    Explanation
    AF Form 910 is the designated EPR form for AB-TSgt. The AF Form 910 is used for enlisted performance reports and is specifically designed for non-commissioned officers, including Airman Basic (AB) to Technical Sergeant (TSgt) ranks. This form is used to document and evaluate an individual's performance, achievements, and potential for promotion within the Air Force.

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  • 29. 

    (201b) How many raters are required for AF Form 911

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    Correct Answer
    D. 4
    Explanation
    AF Form 911 is a form used by the Air Force to document and report incidents or accidents. It is important to have multiple raters to ensure accuracy and objectivity in the reporting process. Having four raters allows for a diverse range of perspectives and reduces the likelihood of bias or errors. Each rater can provide their own observations and opinions, which can then be compared and analyzed to form a comprehensive and reliable report. Therefore, four raters are required for AF Form 911.

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  • 30. 

    (201b) Next highest person in chain of command, serving in grade of Major or higher, but no higher than Senior rater (Wing CC)

    • A.

      Rater

    • B.

      Additional Rater

    • C.

      Unit Commander

    • D.

      Final Evaluator

    Correct Answer
    D. Final Evaluator
    Explanation
    The final evaluator is the next highest person in the chain of command, serving in the grade of Major or higher, but no higher than the Senior Rater (Wing CC). This means that the final evaluator is the person who holds the highest position in the rating process, above the rater, additional rater, and unit commander. They have the authority to provide the final evaluation and assessment of the individual being rated.

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  • 31. 

    (201b) Whose responsible for carefully observing the ratee’s behavior, performance, and efficiency

    • A.

      Ratee

    • B.

      Wingman

    • C.

      QA

    • D.

      Rater

    Correct Answer
    D. Rater
    Explanation
    The rater is responsible for carefully observing the ratee's behavior, performance, and efficiency. The rater is tasked with evaluating and assessing the ratee's work and providing feedback and ratings based on their observations. This role requires attentiveness and objectivity to accurately assess the ratee's performance and provide constructive feedback for improvement. The rater plays a crucial role in the performance evaluation process.

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  • 32. 

    (201b) This award recognizes base-level military and civil service aircraft, munitions and missile maintenance personnel who perform hands-on maintenance or manage a maintenance function In the areas of aircraft, munitions, missiles or comm-electronic maintenance

    • A.

      Lew Allen Award

    • B.

      Leo Marquez Award

    • C.

      Maintenance Effectiveness Award

    • D.

      Lance P. Sijan Award

    Correct Answer
    B. Leo Marquez Award
    Explanation
    The Leo Marquez Award is the correct answer because it recognizes base-level military and civil service aircraft, munitions, and missile maintenance personnel who perform hands-on maintenance or manage a maintenance function in the areas of aircraft, munitions, missiles, or comm-electronic maintenance. This award is specifically named after Leo Marquez and is given to individuals who excel in their maintenance duties.

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  • 33. 

    (201b) Which of the following is one of the two purposes for Counseling:

    • A.

      To help the supervisor create bullets for his/her own EPR

    • B.

      To dictate to the subordinate what the supervisor wants done

    • C.

      To help the supervisor help subordinates improve or change their behavior by making wise choices & decision

    • D.

      To adversely affect the subordinates mental health

    Correct Answer
    C. To help the supervisor help subordinates improve or change their behavior by making wise choices & decision
    Explanation
    The purpose of counseling is to help the supervisor assist subordinates in improving or changing their behavior by making wise choices and decisions. Counseling is not meant to create bullets for the supervisor's own EPR or to dictate to the subordinate what the supervisor wants done. Additionally, counseling should not aim to adversely affect the subordinate's mental health.

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  • 34. 

    (201b) Supervisor & counselee devising a plan that the counselee can follow to resolve the problem while focusing on outcomes and the achievement of attainable goal represents:

    • A.

      Counselee Action (Final Phase)

    • B.

      Self Understanding

    • C.

      Self Exploration

    • D.

      Verbal Counseling

    Correct Answer
    A. Counselee Action (Final Phase)
    Explanation
    In the final phase of counseling, the supervisor and counselee work together to create a plan that the counselee can implement to resolve the problem. This plan focuses on outcomes and the achievement of attainable goals. This represents the concept of "Counselee Action (Final Phase)" where the counselee takes responsibility for their own growth and development by actively participating in the counseling process and taking action towards resolving their issues.

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  • 35. 

    (201b) How many levels of counseling exist:

    • A.

      1

    • B.

      2

    • C.

      3

    • D.

      4

    Correct Answer
    D. 4
    Explanation
    There are four levels of counseling that exist. This indicates that there are four different stages or degrees of counseling, each with its own purpose and intensity. The question is asking for the number of these levels, and the correct answer is 4.

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  • 36. 

    (201b) The most informal form of counseling, not normally documented, and if documented, only for future needs if counselee does not correct the problem

    • A.

      LOC

    • B.

      LOA

    • C.

      Verbal Counseling

    • D.

      LOR

    Correct Answer
    C. Verbal Counseling
    Explanation
    Verbal counseling is the most informal form of counseling, which is typically not documented. If it is documented, it is only done for future reference if the counselee fails to correct the problem. This type of counseling involves a verbal conversation between the counselor and the counselee, where the counselor provides guidance, advice, and support to address the issue at hand. It is a less formal approach compared to other counseling methods and is often used to address minor problems or provide immediate feedback.

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  • 37. 

    (201b) Can be for positive or negative actions and useful when performance reporting evaluations is due (EPR)

    • A.

      Verbal Couseling

    • B.

      LOA

    • C.

      LOC

    • D.

      LOR

    Correct Answer
    C. LOC
    Explanation
    The correct answer is LOC, which stands for Letter of Counseling. LOCs can be for positive or negative actions and are useful when performance reporting evaluations are due (EPR). LOCs are typically used to document and address performance or behavior issues, provide guidance or feedback, and can be used as a formal disciplinary action if necessary. They serve as a written record of counseling and can be referenced in future evaluations or actions.

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  • 38. 

    (201b) The most severe form of letter counseling and has a stronger degree of official censure

    • A.

      LOA

    • B.

      LOC

    • C.

      Verbal Couseling

    • D.

      LOR

    Correct Answer
    D. LOR
    Explanation
    An LOR (Letter of Reprimand) is the most severe form of letter counseling and represents a stronger degree of official censure. It is a written document that outlines the misconduct or poor performance of an individual and is placed in their personnel file. Unlike verbal counseling, which is a less formal and non-written form of counseling, an LOR carries more weight and can have serious consequences for the individual's career. The other options, LOA (Letter of Admonishment), LOC (Letter of Counseling), and Verbal Counseling, are less severe forms of disciplinary actions compared to an LOR.

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  • 39. 

    (201b) A disciplinary measure given by commanders on G-series order

    • A.

      LOA

    • B.

      LOR

    • C.

      LOC

    • D.

      Article 15

    Correct Answer
    D. Article 15
    Explanation
    Article 15 is the correct answer because it is a disciplinary measure that can be given by commanders on G-series order. The G-series order is a system used by the military to issue and track orders and regulations. Article 15 refers to a non-judicial punishment that can be imposed on military personnel for minor offenses. It allows commanders to address disciplinary issues without the need for a court-martial. This form of punishment can include loss of pay, extra duty, or reduction in rank.

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  • 40. 

    (201b) Which Professional Military Education opportunity is offered to the ranks of SrA & SSgt selects

    • A.

      NCOA

    • B.

      ALS

    • C.

      SNCOA

    • D.

      CDC

    Correct Answer
    B. ALS
    Explanation
    ALS (Airman Leadership School) is the Professional Military Education opportunity offered to the ranks of Senior Airman (SrA) and Staff Sergeant (SSgt) selects. ALS is a leadership development program that focuses on developing the skills and knowledge necessary for effective leadership and supervisory roles within the Air Force. It provides training in areas such as communication, management, and professional ethics, preparing Airmen for increased responsibilities and advancement in their careers.

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  • 41. 

    (201b) Which PME is mandatory for promotion to SSgt

    • A.

      ALS

    • B.

      NCOA

    • C.

      SNCOA

    • D.

      7 lvl CDCs

    Correct Answer
    A. ALS
    Explanation
    ALS (Airman Leadership School) is the mandatory PME (Professional Military Education) required for promotion to SSgt (Staff Sergeant). ALS is a leadership development program that provides Airmen with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively lead and supervise in the Air Force. It focuses on developing leadership abilities, communication skills, and critical thinking. Completion of ALS is a prerequisite for promotion to the rank of SSgt, making it a mandatory requirement for Airmen aspiring to advance in their careers.

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  • 42. 

    (201b) Which PME is offered to TSgt, TSgt select and mandatory of promotion to MSgt

    • A.

      ALS

    • B.

      SNCOA

    • C.

      NCOA

    • D.

      In-residency skill level training

    Correct Answer
    C. NCOA
    Explanation
    The correct answer is NCOA. NCOA, which stands for Noncommissioned Officer Academy, is the PME (Professional Military Education) offered to TSgt (Technical Sergeant), TSgt select, and mandatory for promotion to MSgt (Master Sergeant). NCOA provides advanced leadership and management training for noncommissioned officers, helping them develop the skills and knowledge necessary for higher-level positions within the military.

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  • 43. 

    (201b) The highest level of PME and offered to SMSgt select/MSgt

    • A.

      NCOA

    • B.

      SNCOA

    • C.

      ALS

    • D.

      CBT

    Correct Answer
    B. SNCOA
    Explanation
    SNCOA stands for Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy. It is the highest level of Professional Military Education (PME) offered to Senior Master Sergeant selectees and Master Sergeants. This academy provides advanced leadership and management training to prepare these noncommissioned officers for higher-level responsibilities in their military careers.

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  • 44. 

    (201b) Placing a person in a position to take on a task and increasing responsibility that goes with each rank reflects which idea:

    • A.

      Un-promotable progression

    • B.

      Stagnant career

    • C.

      Promotable progression

    • D.

      Lateral movement without progression

    Correct Answer
    C. Promotable progression
    Explanation
    Placing a person in a position to take on a task and increasing responsibility that goes with each rank reflects the idea of promotable progression. This means that the individual is being given opportunities to advance in their career by taking on more challenging roles and responsibilities. It suggests that their skills and abilities are recognized and valued, and they are being given the chance to grow and develop professionally.

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  • 45. 

    (201a) Which promotion system is used to promote the ranks of SSgt, TSgt, and MSgt

    • A.

      STEP

    • B.

      Below the Zone

    • C.

      WAPS

    • D.

      2 phase promotion process

    Correct Answer
    C. WAPS
    Explanation
    WAPS stands for Weighted Airman Promotion System, which is the promotion system used to promote the ranks of SSgt, TSgt, and MSgt. WAPS is a competitive process that takes into account factors such as job performance, education, and time in service. Candidates are evaluated and given scores based on these factors, and those with the highest scores are selected for promotion. This system ensures that promotions are based on merit and allows for fair and objective selection of individuals for higher ranks.

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  • 46. 

    (201a) Which type of promotion is designed to promote deserving hard-chargers who are behind peers

    • A.

      STEP

    • B.

      WAPS

    • C.

      Below the Zone

    • D.

      WAPS for CMSgt Only

    Correct Answer
    A. STEP
    Explanation
    The correct answer is STEP. STEP stands for Special Troops Education Program and it is a type of promotion designed to promote deserving hard-chargers who are behind their peers. It provides an opportunity for individuals to receive accelerated promotion by completing certain educational requirements. This promotion program is specifically aimed at recognizing and rewarding individuals who have shown exceptional dedication and commitment to their career development.

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  • 47. 

    (202a) What shows mandatory and/or optional training requirements and requirements for upgrade to senior certifications for MX officers? 

    • A.

      CFEPT

    • B.

      AFI 21-101

    • C.

      AFI 21-302

    • D.

      SOS

    Correct Answer
    A. CFEPT
    Explanation
    AFI 21-302 shows mandatory and/or optional training requirements and requirements for upgrade to senior certifications for MX officers.

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  • 48. 

    (202a) Which of the following is an example of basic developmental education? 

    • A.

      AMOC

    • B.

      SOS

    • C.

      ASBC

    • D.

      ACSC

    Correct Answer
    B. SOS
  • 49. 

    (202a) Which of the following is true of first assignments? 

    • A.

      Usually overseas

    • B.

      Job should change infrequently

    • C.

      Job should change frequently for technical experience

    • D.

      Usually do not supervise enlisted personnel

    Correct Answer
    C. Job should change frequently for technical experience
    Explanation
    First assignments should change frequently for technical experience. This means that individuals in their first assignments should be given the opportunity to work in different roles or positions within their field in order to gain a wide range of technical skills and knowledge. This can help them develop a strong foundation and expertise in their chosen field.

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  • 50. 

    (202a) Career Broadening is defined as which of the following? 

    • A.

      Leaving the logistics career field and returning after a special tour

    • B.

      Staying the logistics technical area, but leaving MX

    • C.

      Developmental education opportunities

    • D.

      The best way to promote

    Correct Answer
    A. Leaving the logistics career field and returning after a special tour
    Explanation
    Career Broadening is defined as leaving the logistics career field and returning after a special tour. This means temporarily stepping away from one's current logistics career path to gain new experiences and skills in a different area or role. This special tour could involve working in a different department or organization, or even in a different industry altogether. The purpose of career broadening is to expand one's knowledge, expertise, and perspective, ultimately enhancing their overall professional development and making them a more well-rounded and versatile employee.

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