3Dx5x UREs Volume1.txt

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  1. duty position task
    enlisted training element assigned by the supervisor in accordance with AFI 36-2201 Classifying Military Personnel
  2. core competency
    enlisted training element defined as an integrated bundle of expert knowledge and organization skills inherent to a particular career field
  3. cyber systems operator
    3D AFS focuses its attention on the administration of servers and server farms throughout Air Force installations worldwide
  4. client systems
    3D AFS responsible for local helpdesk/client support and "hands on" maintenance actions
  5. radio frequency transmission
    3D AFS responsible for deployment, sustainment, troubleshooting, and repairing of standard radio frequency (RF) line of sight, wideband and ground based satellite devices
  6. ground radar systems
    3D AFS responsible for installation, maintenance and repairs of fixed and deployable air traffic, weather, ground air control, and warning radar systems
  7. cable and antenna systems
    3D AFS responsible for installation and maintenance for large scale network wiring in support of fixed and deployable operations
  8. Air Force career field manager
    advisor for all matters affecting the career field
  9. Air Force career field manager
    final authority to waive career field education training plan (CFETP) requirements to include the completion of the AFS career development course (CDC)
  10. major command functional manager
    assists with the identification of qualified subject matter experts (SME) to help with the development of your specialty knowldge test (SKT) and your career development course (CDC)
  11. base functional manager
    title that is normally assigned to the on-station ranking 3D Cyberspace non-commissioned officer (NCO)
  12. establish a viable Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP)
    main goal of the utilization and training workshop (U&TW)
  13. 91-46
    AFOSH standard for Material Handling and Storage Equipment
  14. 91-50
    AFOSH standard for Communications Cable, Antenna and Communications-Electronics Systems
  15. 91-64
    AFOSH standard for Data Processing Facilities
  16. nonionizing radiation
    a person absorbs selectively damaging amounts of radiation that will result in deep tissue harming organs with little or no sensation of skin heating
  17. accept no unnecessary risk
    ORM principle states that most logical choices for accomplishing a mission are those that meet all mission requirements while exposing personnel and resources to the lowest acceptable risk
  18. accept risk when benefits outweigh cost
    ORM principle requests you to weigh the risks against opportunities and benefits to help maximize unit capability
  19. integrate ORM into operations and planning at all levels
    ORM principle has risk assessments of mission supportive operations done as a normal way of conducting a mission and not an add-on process
  20. denying, degrading, disrupting, destroying or altering the adversary's ability to use cyberspace
    Offensive operations support US cyberspace objectives by
  21. supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA)
    centralized systems which monitor and control industrial sites, or complexes or systems spread out over large areas
  22. Air Force Network Operations Center (AFNOC)
    center has the overall authoritative source for the status, control, and defense of Air Force networks
  23. Network Control Center (NCC)
    center is typically alligned under the base communications squadron, provides Tier 3 on-site, and implements technical and physical network changes
  24. Combat Communications Squadron (CCS)
    providing small flyaway communication packages to rapidly deploying Expeditionary Air Base (EAB) communications packages
  25. Expeditionary Communications Squadron (ECS)
    established to operate with an air expeditionary task force (AETF)
  26. Enterprise Service Unit (ESU)
    manage AF core services, within the AFNetOps community to reduce training, maintenance costs, increase operational flexibility and capacity to the warfighter
  27. US constitution
    document used as the basis for drafting and enforcing all federal laws governing the US
  28. US Title Code 10
    authorizes the creation of the DOD as the executive component of government, and it established all subordinate agencies including Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps
  29. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
    document serves as the basis for holding military members accountable for breeches in binding instruction and law
  30. 1995
    year in which Joint Staff and Armed Services consolidated their ideas as the first drafts of joint and Armed Services doctrine circulated around the DOD
  31. 1998
    year in which the Air Force finalized and published its information operations doctrine while the Joint Staff published its doctrine
  32. Air Force policy directives
    publication type is directive policy statements of Office of the Secretary of the Air Force and HQ USAF to initiate, govern, or regulate actions of conduct, within their specified areas of responsibility
  33. Air Force pamphlets
    publication type that is an informational publication which are "how to" documents
  34. telecommunications
    provides us with the transmission of analog or digital bits of information to convey data over significant geographical distances to communicate
  35. Air Force portal
    tool provides essential online resources for the Air Force and its users at a single location
  36. Air Force portal
    key enabler for the information technology task force and a foundation program for other transformation task forces
  37. single sign on
    Air Force portal feature enables authorized users to enter passwords once to gain access to all applications with no further log-in requirements
  38. virtual Military Personnel Flight (vMPF)
    another major benefit of the Air Force portal
  39. community of practice
    Air Force portal feature that provides a secure, web-based collaborative environment specific to a given task or topic where members of a group share information and tools to conduct business, manage a project, and/or solve group problems
  40. AFI 33-129
    Web management and Internet use
  41. AFI 35-101
    Public Affairs Responsibilities and Management
  42. Reply-to-All feature
    not a proper e-mail etiquette
  43. library reference or museum exhibitions
    not an official government record
  44. can be altered and are not officially released
    records that are considered to be in draft format
  45. officially signed and officially released
    records that are considered to be in final format have which characteristics
  46. command records manager
    charged with the duties of establishing training programs for newly appointed base records managers
  47. base records manager
    duties are providing assistance, managing staging areas, and records training
  48. functional area records manager
    appointed to each base-level unit, principle staff office within an Air Force organization or contractor to perform records management
  49. chief of office of record
    has the authority to appoint record custodians within an office of record
  50. electronic record
    logical group of organized data fields containing some type of useful information
  51. file
    a logical group of record
  52. database
    organized collection of data or data structures
  53. functional area records manager
    responsible for creating unique passwords for the office of primarily responsibility records custodian
  54. second step
    marking the records for filing is considered which step of file management
  55. provide information to decision makers whenever and wherever it is needed
    primary purpose for maintaining records is to ensure
  56. Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS)
    generates a file disposition control label for each item listen on the offices file plan
  57. retention period
    determines the cutoff for active records
  58. disposition
    specifies the destruction, salvage, and donation of records, or the transfer to a stating area or records center
  59. base closures
    exception where federal records centers accept records having less than 3 years of retention
  60. Standard Form 135
    document used for accountability purposes when retirement records are identified and prepared for federal records centers, staging areas or to transfer records to another organization
  61. tearing, burning, or shredding
    as long as personal data is not recognizable and beyond reconstruction
  62. tempo bands
    AFPD 10-4 Operations Planning: Air and Space Expeditionary Force aligns what requirements with a matching force generation model
  63. Air Force personnel center
    responsible for sourcing IA, joing manning document, and managing replacements for 365-day or greater requirements
  64. posturing
    places air and space expeditionary force (AEF) forces in a "ready to deploy" state and supports global requirements, home station requirements or support to Combatant Commanders
  65. air and space operations center
    primary mission of providing the joint force air component commander (JFACC) with the tools necessary to fight and win a major theater war within the scope and coordination of all land, sea, and air forces
  66. unit type code
    basic building block used in joint force planning and deployments of AEFs
  67. theater deployable communications
    state of the art ground to ground communications infrastructure designed to exchange secure and non secure oice, data, and video communications by way of line of sight satellite or hard wired resources
  68. operational capabilities packages
    examples: Defense Support of Civil Authorities, Humanitarian Relief Operations, Non-Combatant Evacuation Operations, and support to International Law Enforcement
  69. manpower and equipment force packaging (MEFPAK)
    primary purpose of providing standard force package descriptions of the force packages to be used to support contingency planning at all levels of command
  70. unmanned aerial vehicle
    remotely piloted or self piloted aircraft that can carry cameras, sensors, communications equipment, or other payloads
  71. 100,000
    As of September 2004, how many total flight hours have coalition unmanned aircrafts flown to support Operation ENDURING FREEDOM and Operation IRAQI FREEDOM
  72. high altitude endurance (HAE)
    system focuses on providing exploitable digital imagery to the warfighter in near real time
  73. modularity-scalability
    theater deployable communications equipment characteristic requires equipment modules to be expandable and packaged for deployment in standard 19-inch rack mounted transit cases, vehicles, or shelterized configurations
  74. mobility
    theater deployable communications equipment characteristic requires size, weight, power requirements, and equipment set-up times are kept to an absolute minimum to support the transportation, deployment and operations in a deployed environment
  75. integrated communications access package
    component of theater deployable communications is a suite of modules and accessory kits serving as the backbone of a deployed communications network
  76. deployable air traffic control and landing systems (DATCALS)
    provides the capability to identify, sequence, and seperate aircraft
  77. deployable air traffic control and landing systems (DATCALS)
    tasked to provide liaison, control tower, radar approach control, precision landing, and mobile tactical aire navigation services as a standalone unit or in any combination
  78. Air Combat Command (ACC)
    85th engineering and Installation Squadron is assigned to
  79. C4ISR
    program where DOD collects, processes, produces, disseminates and uses information
  80. global information grid (GIG)
    system provides connectivity between the US and allied forces for critical missions and enhances worldwide readiness, mobility, responsiveness, and operations
  81. global command and control system (GCCS)
    system is employed at more than 600 sites across the global information grid and interconnected through the SIPRNET
  82. global command and control system (GCCS)
    major system employs JOPES, GSORTS, DCAPES, and COP systems
  83. global combat support system (GCSS)
    system primarily deals with logistics planning data, such as transportation, personnel, and material requirements
  84. joint worldwide intelligence communications system (JWICS)
    system of interconnected computer networks is used by the US DOD and the US department of state
  85. theater battle management core system (TBMCS)
    uses global information grid (GIG) backbone for inter-site communications and was designed to provide an automated and integrated planning and execution capability to the combat air forces (CAF) and joint/combined forces
  86. theater battle management core system (TBMCS)
    provides a solution to a decrease in manpower and increase in requirements, at the same time taking advantage of new technological developments to deliver superior connectivity, flexibility, speed, reliability and joint interoperability
  87. national military command systems (NMCS)
    priority component of the global information grid (GIG) designed to support the President, SECDEF and the JCS in the exercise of their responsibilities
  88. strategic automated command and control system (SACCS)
    primary network used to transmit the emergency action messages (EAM) generated by the national military command center to the warfighting commanders in the field
  89. strategic automated command and control system (SACCS)
    comand and control structure has network node whose survivability is achieved using nuclear hardened equipment, redundant circuits and alternate communications paths
  90. SEAMARK
    system originally designed as a specialized system for Army, Navy, and Air Force technicians to use as a tool to troubleshoot network problems
  91. distributed common ground stations (DCGS)
    created in response to the FY 97-03 Decense Planning Guidance that directed a "program to migrate to a multi-intelligence, common, interoperable, open systems ground systems architecture"
  92. distributed common ground stations (DCGS)
    tasking, processing, exploitation and dissemination
  93. base control system - fixed (BCS-F)
    radar tracker and correlator software program that is hosed on a powerful server based computer system, which takes inputs from long and short range radars and displays it all on a scope
  94. global broadcast service (GBS)
    system capitalized on the popular commercial direct broadcast satellite technology to provide critical information to the nations warfighters
  95. global broadcast service (GBS)
    system is a service that broadcasts via communication payload on military satellites (Ka band) and commercial satelites (Ku band)
  96. high frequency global communications system (HF-GCS)
    system is a USAF program supporting Global, Defense Communication System (DCS) HF entry, Mystic Star, and System of Inter- American Telecommunications for the Air Forces (SITFAA) missions
  97. Mystic Star
    provides high quality voice/data HF and ultra-high frequency (UHF) satellite communications to the president, vice president, cabinet members, and other senior government and military officials while aboard special airlift missions (SAM) aircraft
  98. ground theater air control (GTACS)
    ability to rapidly detect and identify airborne targets with minimal or no support
  99. ground theater air control (GTACS)
    deployed in either the Control Reporting Center or Control Reporting Element configurations
  100. AtHoc solutions
    provides the DOD with the capability to reach hundreds of thousands of people via personal computers, personal digital assistants, land and cell phones, pagers, blackberry devices, and/or giant voice systems in real time

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