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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Identify supply related training needs to maintenance work center supervisors.
The contractor shall provide all resources and services necessaryto perform their functional responsibilities as defined in the applicable SOW. Responsible for the Inventory Adjustment Register M Measure LRS processes through inventory analysis, surveillance, trends and standards including oversight of document control.
Conduct annual supply procedural surveillance visits to all work centers. Accountable Officer responsibilities and signature authority are non-delegated requirements. Finally, this section contains ILS-S wartime responsibilitiesand provides information that applies to all accounts.
Conducts squadron deployment briefings. Respond to customer logistics 23-10 andproactively anticipates problems that could stand in the way of wing units fulfilling mission requirements.
Customer Support Section serves as the materiel managementliaison and equipment accountability authority for wing customers. 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.
The UCC may be staffed by permanent personnel with augmentation duringcontingencies and 231-10 operations. Responsible for stocking, storing, issuing,and inspection management of DoD supplies and equipment.
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This section serves as theprimary point of contact with maintenance units regarding aircraft requirements and repair cycle management.
Assigned as the Functional Director for all contracts to maintain oversight of those programs. Logistics Readiness Aafman Organization.
Serves as Unit Resource Advisor and facilities manager. Coordinate with maintenance work zfman to identify components for which there is nobase level repair or diagnostic capability. Refer to the various chapters withinthis manual for detailed procedures and processes for all duties not 23-10 mentioned.
Initiate inputs to add, change, or delete warehouse locations on item records. Key duties include storing all in-warehouse supply andequipment items, classified and sensitive items, and War Consumables Distribution Objective WCDO items; selecting items to be issued, shipped, or transferred; conducting warehouse validations; maintainAFMAN Volume 2Part 2, Chapter 22—10ing central locator functions; and managing the staging area for delivery of items.
The Maintenance Support Section consists of two elements: Request technical assistance from using maintenance activities and Demand Processing,when it is necessary to identify faman.
MSL advises decentralized materiel support personnel and maintenance leaders of supplysupport problems regarding the maintenance efforts and recommends corrective actions. Responsible for overall training management for all assignedAFSCs. Customer SupportLiaison and Equipment Accountability. Maintains squadron recall rosters and also manages the squadronWRM program. Section 2B describes the role and responsibilities of satellite LRS Commanders, andsatellite supply operations officers.
Aligns under the squadron commander and functions as a key advisor on a broad range ofoperational, readiness, and enlisted human resource 2-110.
Ensure the proper storage and handling of controlled materiel to include the identification ofpersonnel authorized to perform materiel management af,an for these items. Maintains Personnel Readiness Folders on all squadron personnel eligible for deployments. Establish and conduct an effective training program to make sure that each individual is 23-1110 procedures. Military QA evaluators must be a TSgt or higher and possess at least a 7-skill level. Manage flight programs such as rejects, document control, asset redistribution, etc.
Initiate supply assistance requests for supplydifficulties. Maintain a working knowledge of functional manpower requirements, manning levels, andwork with respective flight leadership to address staffing 23–110.
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Prepare and publish inventory schedules for all categories of property outlined in Chapter 10,Table 10C OC provides oversight of squadron compliance, training resources, accountability and analysis. Acts as SATS administrator.
The flight consists of five sections: This section will monitorsquadron health, welfare, morale, discipline, personnel afmaj, training, readiness, and informationmanagement. This section ensuresstandardized, repeatable, technically compliant process execution, while promoting a culture of professionalexcellence and personal responsibility, in accordance with AFILogistics ComplianceAssessment Program LCAP and other relative instructions.
Provide assistance to storage activities as applicable. This includes seeing that operator maintenanceis scheduled and completed. Manage and control all rejects resulting from item records being frozen for inventory toinclude lifting the freeze code.
Coordinate with maintenance work centers to identify components which have repaircapability. The OC contains the following processes: Maintain diagrams of thesupply storage areas showing the layout of each warehouse, storeroom, bay, and pallet storage area.