Z2g051 Volume 2 Unit Review Exercises

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Z2g051 Volume 2 Unit Review Exercises

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 
    (201) The Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) concept is the Air Force methodology for these actions. a. Mandating 179-day rotations within similar major commands (MAJCOM). b. Presenting forces to combatant commanders (CCDR). c. Rotating Airmen for permanent change of station (PCS) assignments. d. Organizing combat forces in a peacetime environment.
    • A. 

      A. Mandating 179-day rotations within similar major commands (MAJCOM).

    • B. 

      B. Presenting forces to combatant commanders (CCDR).

    • C. 

      C. Rotating Airmen for permanent change of station (PCS) assignments.

    • D. 

      D. Organizing combat forces in a peacetime environment.

  • 2. 
    (201) The Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) operates on a life cycle of
    • A. 

      A. 24 months.

    • B. 

      B. 10 months.

    • C. 

      C. two months.

    • D. 

      D. one month.

  • 3. 
    (201) This is what every Air Force member is considered, regardless of Air Force specialty code (AFSC).
    • A. 

      A. Warrior.

    • B. 

      B. Enlisted.

    • C. 

      C. Employed.

    • D. 

      D. Expeditionary Airman.

  • 4. 
    (202) Readiness of the force to respond to rotational and operations plan (OPLAN) requirements facilitates a baseline Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF)
    • A. 

      A. two-month deployment preparation period.

    • B. 

      B. six-month deployment preparation period.

    • C. 

      C. two-month vulnerability period.

    • D. 

      D. six-month vulnerability period.

  • 5. 
    (203) Which manpower authorizations must be postured in the unit type code (UTC) availability?
    • A. 

      A. All authorizations.

    • B. 

      B. Only authorizations for combat personnel.

    • C. 

      C. All authorizations not in training units.

    • D. 

      D. Any authorization that is ready to deploy.

  • 6. 
    (203) Specific unit type codes (UTC) that are normally eligible to deploy, given a certain set of deployment conditions, and assuming full readiness, are considered
    • A. 

      A. available to deploy.

    • B. 

      B. ready to deploy.

    • C. 

      C. non-deployable.

    • D. 

      D. postured.

  • 7. 
    (203) Which type of unit type code (UTC) record indicates it is sufficiently manned, trained, and equipped to meet the mission capability (MISCAP) of the UTC?
    • A. 

      A. Available to deploy.

    • B. 

      B. Ready to deploy.

    • C. 

      C. Non-deployable.

    • D. 

      D. Postured.

  • 8. 
    (203) To what extent do functional managers posture manpower authorizations into standard deployable unit type codes (UTC)?
    • A. 

      A. On a two-to-one basis.

    • B. 

      B. The minimal extent possible.

    • C. 

      C. The maximum extent possible.

    • D. 

      D. They do not posture manpower authorizations.

  • 9. 
    (203) Deployable manpower authorizations that cannot be described by, or do not fit, an existing standard deployable unit type code (UTC) will be postured into
    • A. 

      A. a non-standard deployable UTC.

    • B. 

      B. a standard deployable UTC.

    • C. 

      C. a non-deployable UTC.

    • D. 

      D. an associate UTC.

  • 10. 
    (204) Posturing codes, or P-codes, indicate unit type code (UTC) records are generally available
    • A. 

      A. for weapons training exercises.

    • B. 

      B. during peacetime operations only.

    • C. 

      C. during normal rotational operations.

    • D. 

      D. for short tour and remote assignment selection.

  • 11. 
    (204) This posturing code (P-code) indicates the maximum simultaneous deployment capability within a unit.
    • A. 

      A. AX.

    • B. 

      B. DP.

    • C. 

      C. DW.

    • D. 

      D. DX.

  • 12. 
    (204) Which posturing code (P-code) indicates the minimum number of unit type code (UTC) requirements to support critical home station operations?
    • A. 

      A. AP.

    • B. 

      B. AX.

    • C. 

      C. DW.

    • D. 

      D. DX.

  • 13. 
    (205) These types of assessments provides the status of each unit type code (UTC) in the Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) library.
    • A. 

      A. Supervisors.

    • B. 

      B. Unit commanders.

    • C. 

      C. Major commands (MAJCOM).

    • D. 

      D. Headquarters USAF (HAF).

  • 14. 
    (205) Unit type code (UTC) assessments are based on all of the following aspects of the UTC except the
    • A. 

      A. ability to perform the capability defined by the mission capability (MISCAP) statement.

    • B. 

      B. capacity to fulfill the complete equipment requirements.

    • C. 

      C. capacity to fulfill the standard manpower requirements.

    • D. 

      D. ability to be tailored.

  • 15. 
    (205) When rating unit type codes (UTC), commanders rate each UTC against the unit’s
    • A. 

      A. future ability to support deployments.

    • B. 

      B. current ability to support deployments.

    • C. 

      C. future ability to support exercises.

    • D. 

      D. current ability to support exercises.

  • 16. 
    (205) Which Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) Reporting Tool (ART) report provides the current status of the unit type codes (UTC), including the commander’s comments that also focuses on retrieving the UTC/availability line numbers (ALN) status, with applicable remarks?
    • A. 

      A. UTC Report.

    • B. 

      B. Legacy Extract Report.

    • C. 

      C. Major command (MAJCOM) Compliance Report.

    • D. 

      D. Manpower and Equipment Force Packaging System (MEFPAK) Listing.

  • 17. 
    (205) Which document provides a list of the standard Air Force unit type codes (UTC)?
    • A. 

      A. UTC Report.

    • B. 

      B. Legacy Extract Report.

    • C. 

      C. Major command (MAJCOM) Compliance Report.

    • D. 

      D. Manpower and Equipment Force Packaging System (MEFPAK) Listing.

  • 18. 
    (205) Which agency is the responsibility placed upon for organizing, training, and equipping aerospace forces to meet combatant commander (CCDR) requirements?
    • A. 

      A. Lead wing.

    • B. 

      B. Headquarters USAF (HAF).

    • C. 

      C. AF major command (MAJCOM).

    • D. 

      D. AF Personnel Center Directorate of AEF Operations (AFPC/DPW).

  • 19. 
    (205) Which functional level is responsible for associating, tracking, and managing personnel and equipment in unit type codes (UTC) and assigning them to the proper Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF)?
    • A. 

      A. Individual personnel.

    • B. 

      B. Installation deployment officer (IDO).

    • C. 

      C. Unit commander or equivalent level supervisor.

    • D. 

      D. Wing commander or equivalent level supervisor.

  • 20. 
    (205) Which Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) Reporting Tool (ART) training requirement is considered key to successfully managing an installation ART program?
    • A. 

      A. Understanding ART unit type code (UTC) symbols and descriptions.

    • B. 

      B. Accessing and updating user roles.

    • C. 

      C. Using rapid updates.

    • D. 

      D. Navigating ART.

  • 21. 
    (205) Which Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) Online Tool provides Personnel Support for Contingency Operations (PERSCO) teams the capability to report deployment discrepancies to individual home units?
    • A. 

      A. AEF Reporting Tool (ART).

    • B. 

      B. Air Force Reporting Instructions Tool (AFRIT).

    • C. 

      C. Personal Deployment Preparedness Tool (PDPT).

    • D. 

      D. Deployment Processing Discrepancy Reporting Tool (DPDRT).

  • 22. 
    (205) When Airmen are tasked to deploy, which Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) Online system should they use to manage their Tier 2B pre-deployment training requirements?
    • A. 

      A. Deployment Processing Discrepancy Reporting Tool (DPDRT).

    • B. 

      B. Personal Deployment Preparedness Tool (PDPT).

    • C. 

      C. Air Force Reporting Instructions Tool (AFRIT).

    • D. 

      D. AEF Reporting Tool (ART).

  • 23. 
    (206) The Chief of Staff, US Air Force (CSAF), acts as a "Global Force Provider" fulfilling the responsibility to support combatant commanders (CCDR) through the Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) by
    • A. 

      A. conducting operational readiness inspections (ORI) that include evaluating the deployment capability of their active and gained forces.

    • B. 

      B. developing training curriculum for installation deployment officers (IDO) to include cascade training for unit deployment managers (UDM).

    • C. 

      C. coordinating and scheduling USAF forces to provide combat-ready assigned, apportioned, and allocated forces as spelled out in Global Force Management (GFM) guidance.

    • D. 

      D. ensuring all Air Force budget submissions include provisions to attain and maintain the optimum deployment capability of AF forces.

  • 24. 
    (206) Which functional area is responsible for establishing broad, Total Force (active duty, Air Reserve Component, civilian) personnel and manpower policy and guidance?
    • A. 

      A. Vice Chief of Staff, US Air Force.

    • B. 

      B. Deputy Chief of Staff, Personnel.

    • C. 

      C. Deputy Chief of Staff, Logistics, Installations and Mission Support.

    • D. 

      D. Deputy Chief of Staff for Air, Space and Information Operations, Plans and Requirements.

  • 25. 
    (207) Who is responsible for executing the Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) schedule?
    • A. 

      A. Secretary of Defense (SECDEF).

    • B. 

      B. Chief of Staff, US Air Force (CSAF).

    • C. 

      C. Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS).

    • D. 

      D. Commander, Air Combat Command (COMACC).