AFMAN , CD BASIC. USAF SUPPLY MANUAL. 1 April FOREWORD . (Summary of Changes Included). Volumes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9 (HQ AFMC). OPR: HQ SSG/ILSPD (MSgt Kerwin Washington). Certified by: HQ SSG/ILS (Col Jon Dittmerr). Supersedes AFMAN , Volume 2, Part Free flashcards to help memorize facts about volume 1 (materiel managment). Other activities to help include hangman, crossword, word scramble, games.
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Maintain central locator functions and ensure storage facilities adhere to general warehousingrequirements. Monitor status of back-ordered requisitions. Ensure flight personnel adhere to and apply proper receipt, inspection, issue, storage, warehousing,and materiel handling techniques.
Identify supply related training needs to maintenance work center supervisors. The OC contains the following processes: Establish and maintain the final identification of items received, stored, issued, shipped,and transferred.
Finally, this section contains ILS-S wartime responsibilitiesand provides information that applies to all accounts. Refer to the various chapters withinthis manual for detailed procedures 23110 processes for all duties not specifically mentioned. Manage and control all rejects resulting from item records being frozen for inventory toinclude lifting the freeze code. Measure LRS processes through inventory analysis, surveillance, trends and standards including oversight of document control.
Store incomplete acm and initiate issue requests for items that are neededto bring incomplete assemblies to a serviceable condition. Standard functional responsibilities, which can bedelayed or omitted during war, are coded according to chapter 32, section 32B, Wartime Processing.
Aligns under the squadron commander and functions as a key advisor on a broad range ofoperational, readiness, and enlisted human resource concerns.
Refer toand series instructions for detailed deployments, distribution and vehicle management procedures andprocesses. Provide home-station training and use of degraded operation processingto ensure hands-on experience for LRS personnel.
Acts as SATS administrator. Maximize and support the use of Air 23-10 approved automated tools.
Training is provided by the residentexperts within the specific elements. The Operations Officer will be the next senior officer and oversee thesophisticated and diverse day-to-day operations within the squadron.
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This position will be held by the senior ranking Chief Master Sergeant or other senior noncommissionedofficer, when possible.
This section consists of two elements: This section will monitorsquadron health, welfare, morale, discipline, personnel actions, training, readiness, and informationmanagement. Develops civilian employees with critical operational career-enhancing experience that willprepare them for more senior management positions. Focuses on centralized oversight of critical squadron programs, many of which are executedat the flight level. Ensure ILS-S processing time is provided for other functions that use the system as anaccounting medium.
Ensure the proper storage and handling of controlled materiel to include the identification ofpersonnel authorized to perform materiel management functions for these items. Conducts squadron deployment briefings. Provide oversight and guidance to storage elements to ensure compliance with DoD, AirForce, and other applicable guidance.
Retrieved from ” http: Establish and conduct an effective training program to make sure that each individual is followingcurrent procedures. Submit follow-up to LRS for requisitions with unacceptable afn or unacceptableestimated delivery dates.
Attach 23110 and markings that indicate the warehouse locations. FSC supports maintenance by providingcontrol of all items requiring repair or replacement.
Make sure the tags, labels, and markings, which indicate identity and condition, areattached to property. In addition to the other functional responsibilities,the commander has the following materiel management related responsibilities: The contractor shall provide all resources and services necessaryto perform their functional responsibilities as defined in the applicable SOW.
Unserviceable items are managed 23-11 the time the faulty part is removed until it is repaired,designated not repairable this station, or condemned.
The Logistics Manager will be responsible for oversight of programsand processes associated with squadron business processes, resource management facilities, funds management,stock control and infrastructuresquadron analysis, strategic planning, compliance, squadrontraining, accountability, metrics, and systems management.
Compile a listing of these items and ensure organization section code “DN” isloaded as the repair section on the repair cycle record.
Sign In Don’t have an account? OC provides oversight of squadron compliance, training resources, accountability and analysis. When unscheduled downtime requires remedial maintenance, theSSOO works with the CSB and local communication personnel if applicable to repair the terminal.
Customer SupportLiaison and Equipment Accountability. 23-1100 and resolves all system related issues. Ensure the rotation of personnel outside of the LRS is limited to no more than 3 years in orderto assure the retention of core materiel management competency skills. Responsible for the Inventory Adjustment Register M FirstSergeants provide sound advice to commanders on a wide range of topics including morale, discipline,mentoring, well being, recognition programs, and the professional development of enlisted members.
Assign all LRS personnel wartime duties and provide adequate trainingfor those duties. Allocate these resources togain maximum mission 32-110. Inform maintenance personnel of errors so they can correct their records or initiate othercorrective action.
This section specifies the responsibilities and dutiesof the flight commander, the flight superintendent and each subordinate section and element. Perform causative research and resolve all inventory discrepancies. Maintain a working knowledge of functional manpower requirements, manning levels, andwork with respective flight leadership to address staffing concerns.
This section serves as theprimary point of contact with maintenance units regarding aircraft requirements and repair cycle management.