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Sometimes referred to as Logistics Support Agreement or Mutual Support Agreements.
Branches of campaign plans.
Ensures systematic deployment, employment, sustainment, and redeployment of US Forces.
A transition process between the execution functions of deployment and employment.
An enterprise managed global strategy, dynamically positioned, equipment, vehicles and consumables to support the full ROMO.
AF-to-AF agreements to include AFRC.
Intra-service Support Agreement
Synchronized transfer of capabilities into an operational
commander's force prior to mission execution or back to the
Supports the expeditionary site planning process by accurately and rapidly identifying resources and combat support requirements.
Document support between the AF and a non-DOD federal agency
Inter-agency support agreement
Document support between AF units and DOD components.
Inter-service support agreements
Driven by current events in real time and normally occurs in emergencies and in the context of time-sensitive situations.
. Crisis action planning
A form used to document recurring support
DD Form 1144.
What are the six functional area core functions of the logistics plans' core competencies?
(1) Adaptive planning for crisis action and contingency plans.
(2) Deployment planning and execution to include JRSOI actions.
(3) BAS&E Site Planning.
(5) Inter-service and intra-/inter-agency support agreements.
The JPP is an orderly, analytical set of logical steps to frame a problem; examine a mission; develop,analyze, and compare alternative COAs; select the best COA; and produce a plan or order.
Name the first two JPP steps.
(1) Planning initiation.(2) Mission analysis.
What are the next four JPP steps?
(1) COA development.
(2) COA analysis and war-gaming.
(3) COA comparison.
(4) COA approval.
GFM is a process to align force apportionment, assignment, and allocation methodologies in support of the defense strategy and in support of joint force availability requirements.
What is force sourcing?
Force sourcing is the identification of the actual units, their origins, ports of embarkation, and movement characteristics to satisfy the time-phased force requirements of a supported commander
Which process is initiated and submitted by the CCDR after identifying a requirement?
What is WRM?
WRM is a war materiel required to maximize warfighter support, achieve the greatest flexibility, reduce reaction time, support forces worldwide in the initial phases of operations and minimize DOD expenses.WRM is equipment strategically located to facilitate a timely response in support of combatant
Commander's requirements during the initial phases of an operation. WRM includes starter stock and swing stock intended to be used until sustainable logistical lines of communication have been established.
Name and define the two types of stocks.
Starter. Starter stocks are WRM pre-positioned in or near a theatre of operations and are designed to
last until resupply at wartime rates is established Swing stock. Swing stocks are WRM positioned ashore or afloat for meeting war reserve requirements of more than one contingency in more than one theatre of operation.
1. How are swing stocks positioned?
Ashore or afloat.
2. How is the swing stock identified in the unit's UTA?
Swing stocks will be identified on the storing unit's UTA using posturing code "WR."
What is a FAAC?
Experts in an area that are given the responsibility to coordinate on support agreements
What type of support agreement reviews are FAACs required to participate in?
Annual budget and triennial reviews
Is FAAC training initial, recurring, or both?
Who aids the support agreement manager in conducting FAAC training?
Manpower and Financial Analysis personnel
What is an ACSA?
An international agreement that establishes basic terms, conditions, and procedures for mutual logistic
support under a variety of circumstances
Where is the level of support located on the AF COLS portal?
AF COLS Reporting Tool
What rights does the installation and MAJCOM leadership have in the AF COLS Reporting tool?
Approval and reviewer
What are the AEF Force presentation capabilities or designators?
(6) Special operations.
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