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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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This section is responsible for the centralized managementand decentralized acm of core squadron systems i. The general roles and responsibilities of these activities are explained in this chapter,while specific responsibilities are described throughout the manual. Manage flight programs such as rejects, document control, asset redistribution, etc.

Military QA evaluators must be a TSgt or higher and possess at least a 7-skill level. Delegation of authority must be in writing letter of authorization and approved by theMission Support Group Commander.

Responsible for stocking, storing, issuing,and inspection management of DoD supplies and equipment. Store incomplete items and initiate issue requests for items that are neededto bring incomplete assemblies to a serviceable condition. The OC contains the following processes: Refer to the various chapters withinthis manual for detailed procedures and processes for all duties not specifically mentioned.

Theflight includes the following sections: Take action to see that items are correctly identified. Ifno qualified candidates meet this requirement, SSgts who have completed 7-level upgrade actionsmay be appointed by commander waiver.

Compile a listing of these items and ensure organization section code “DN” isloaded as the repair section on the repair cycle record. The flight consists of five sections: Conducts squadron deployment briefings. Recommends, in coordination with the 23110 and squadron leadership, assignment of squadronpersonnel to deployment positions for commander approval fam coordinates on all AEF taskings. Logistics Readiness Squadron Organization.


Customer SupportLiaison and Equipment Accountability. Provide oversight and guidance to storage elements to ensure compliance with DoD, AirForce, and other applicable guidance. Maintains squadron recall rosters and also manages the squadronWRM program. Coordinate with customers to obtain mission impact statements to afmm supplyassistance requests. Evaluate unit logistics management procedures, including locally developed forms, publications,OIs, checklists etc.

Satellite supply accounts are not authorized a deputy satellite Logistics ReadinessSquadron Commander. 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.

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2-3110, this section contains ILS-S wartime responsibilitiesand provides information that applies to all accounts. This section consists of two elements: Maintain suspense file of AFForm This section serves as theprimary point of contact with maintenance units regarding aircraft requirements and repair cycle management. Responsible for all Funds Management functions.

Request technical assistance from using maintenance activities and Demand Processing,when it is necessary to identify items. Assigned as the Functional Director for all contracts to maintain oversight of those programs. Areas authorized to evaluate will be identified in the evaluator’s individual trainingplan. Equipment Accountability Element serves asthe base equipment review and authorization activity and manages all equipment items with the exceptionof vehicles.

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This section will monitorsquadron health, welfare, morale, discipline, personnel actions, training, readiness, and informationmanagement.

Perform causative research and resolve all inventory discrepancies.

Respond to customer logistics concerns andproactively anticipates problems that could stand in the way of wing units fulfilling mission requirements.

Carry out all Operations Officer duties when no Xfm Officer is assigned. Section 2B describes the role and responsibilities of satellite LRS Commanders, andsatellite supply operations officers. If the evaluator is a Senior NCO with an awarded 7-skill level, the evaluatorappointment letter will serve as the STS qualification document.


Wartime Category and Processing Codes. Compliance with this chapter is mandatory for contractors who are operating supplyfunctions.

Establish and conduct an effective training program to make sure that each individual is followingcurrent procedures. Standard functional responsibilities, which can bedelayed or omitted during war, are coded according to chapter 32, section 32B, Wartime Processing. Ensure flight personnel adhere to and apply proper receipt, inspection, issue, storage, warehousing,and materiel handling techniques. However, if the squadron commander elects to identify such an individual asthe Squadron Superintendent, the following applies: MSL advises decentralized materiel support personnel and maintenance leaders of supplysupport problems regarding the maintenance efforts and recommends corrective actions.

Make sure the tags, labels, and markings, which indicate identity and condition, areattached to property. The Commander may designate theFlight leadership as either a military or civilian supervisory position.

The Maintenance Support Section consists of two elements: Meet at least quarterly with the supply functions to review the health of the stock account. May delegate, in writing, non-Accountable Officer review and signature authority to theflight commander or flight superintendent. The SOW will alsoinclude those specified actions the Contractor will not be obligated to perform to or support like, but notlimited to, Government-Furnished Property and services.

These items include common items, special clothing, field equipment, etc. The Logistics Readiness Squadron LRS contains the base supplyactivity and is organized into flights, sections, and elements.