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  1. of the 3d Security Police Squadron earned the Silver Star for helping defend Bien Hoa during the North Vietnamese Tet Offensive of 1968
    Staff Sergeant William Piazza
  2. provided more than 7,000 tons of blankets, tents, food, and more to the displaced Kurds and airlifted thousands of refugees and medical personnel.
    Operation Provide Comfort
  3. President Ronald W. Reagan, who did not want a repetition of the iranian hostage crisis a few years earlier, considered military intervention to rescue hundreds of US citizens attending medical school on the island.
    Operation Urgent Fury-- Grenada(1983)
  4. In the streets of Mogadishu, he repeatedly exposed himself to intense enemy small arms fire while extracting the wounded and dead crewmembers from the crashed helicopter. Despite his own wounds, he provided life-saving medical treament to the wounded crewmembers
    Technical Sergeant Timothy A. Wilkison
  5. He led this reconnaissance task force on combat operations into Iraq on the first day of the ground war, breeching enemy fortifications during the Iraqi border crossing
    Staff Sergeant Scott Sather
  6. on the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, President Bush announced victory in Iraq
    2 May 2003
  7. While providing convoy security support on Wednesday September 28, 2005, in Safwan, Iraq, became the first Security Forces Airman to die in Operation Iraqi Freedom
    Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Nicole Jacobson of Riviera Beach Florida
  8. When ANG units are not mobilized or under federal control, they report to the governor of their respective state, territory or
    the commanding general of the District of Columbia National Guard
  9. Performs a support function rather than an operational mission
    Air Base Wing
  10. the basic Unit of the Air Force
    The Squadron
  11. When activated, operational command of ARC forces transfers to the_________, who is also responsible for establishing training resources for all assigned ARC forces
    Gaining MAJCOM commander
  12. is the Air Force methodology for presenting forces to combat commanders(CCDR)
    The AEF
  13. Three main principles provide the foundation of how the AEF is structured and executed, they are
    Transparency, predictability, and equitability
  14. Shapes the manner in which the US Air Force organizes, trains, equips, and sustains it's forces
  15. Is the Airman's basic doctrine, it states the most fundamental and enduring beliefs that describe and guide the proper use of Air Force forces in military action
    AFDD 1
  16. describes more detailed organization of forces and applies the principles of basic doctrine to military actions.
    Operational Doctrine
  17. describes the proper employment of specific US Air Force assets, individually or in concert with other assets, to accomplish detailed objectives. It is codified as tactics, techniques, and procedures(TTP) in Air Force TTP 3-series
    Tactical Doctrine
  18. is the judicious employment and distribution of forces, who purpose is to allocate minimum essential resources to secondary efforts.
    Economy of Force
  19. the security principle by attacking the enemy at a time, place, or in a manner for which they are not prepared
    Surprise Leverage
  20. Are critical to effective emplyment of airpower
    Centralized control and decentralized execution of airpower
  21. is the basic war fighting organization of the Air Force and is the building block of the AETF
    Air Expeditionary Squadron (AES)
  22. Three phases of Attack are
    • 1.) Pre-attack
    • 2.) Trans-attack
    • 3.) Post-attack
  23. this is the period from the present until the beginining of the hostilities
  24. this period is when attack is imminent or in progress
  25. this period begins after an attack when the installation assesses damage and repairs mission-critical facilities
  26. Are the most effective methods of removing chemical agents from the skin
    M291 adn M295 individual decon kits
  27. Shelters are selected based on their structural and personnel housing capabilities in relation to the types of disaster likely to occur in the area
    Sheltering Personnel
  28. aligns the Air Force with homeland security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5), management of Domestic Incidents, the National Incident management System(NIMS), and the National Response Plan(NRP).
    • Air Force Incident Management System
    • (AFIMS)
  29. the blood oozes and flows very slowly during
    Capillary bleeding
  30. skin is cold, moist, and pale and may be bluish. If a dark-skinned person is in shock you should
    check the color under his or her nails, eyelids, and inside his or her mouth
  31. is used for either conscious or unconscious victims
    fireman's carry
  32. consist of four separate international treaties that govern the treatment of wounded and sick forces, POW's, and civilians during war or armed conflict
    The Geneva Conventions of 1949
  33. Guidance for detention by Government: Detainees should provide
    name, rank, service number, date of birth, and innocent circumstances leading to their detention.
  34. Open-mindedness and impartiality are important aspects of
  35. Have the authority and responsibility to maintain good order, discipline, and morale within their units. they may be held accountable for failing to act in appropriate cases
    Commanders and Supervisors
  36. provides education to all personnel upon arrival at their first duty station, to include as a minimum, facts about PFMP, checkbook maintenance, budgeting, credit buying, state or country liability laws, and local fraudulent business practices
    • Personal Financial Management Program
    • (PFMP)
  37. A gift appropriate to the occasion may be recogize special, infrequent occasions of personal significance such as
    marriage, illness, or the birth or adoption of a child.
  38. Complaints shold attempt to resolve the issue at eh lowest possible level using the command channels before addressing them to a higher level or the IG.
    Filing an IG complaint
  39. Complainants must file within ____ days of learning of the alleged wrong.
    60 days
  40. the sevice of members administratively discharged under AFI 36-3208, may be characterized as honorable, under honorable conditions(general), or under other than honorable conditions
    Administrative Separation of Airman
  41. In 1950, Congress enacted the UCMJ, and President Harry S.Truman signed it into law. The UCMJ became effective on
    31 May 1951
  42. A reduction in either the quantity or quality of punishment
  43. Commanders use this action only when they believe that under all the circumstances of the case the punishment has resulted in clear injustice
  44. Findings and Sentence: while a sentence of confinement in excess of 10 years requires the concurrence of
    three-fourths of panel members
  45. Be familiar with the rules in the UCMJ for apprehending, arresting, and confining violators of the UCMJ
    NCO Military Justice Responsible
  46. when used on a speaker's platform, the flag, if displayed flat should be displayed
    Above and behind the speaker
  47. On a closed casket, place the flag lengthwise with the
    union at the head and over the left shoulder of the deceased
  48. is framed with three diamonds that represent our core values
    The Star
  49. Giving the snior person, enlisted or commisioned, the position of honor when walking, riding, or sitting with him or her at all times.
    The junior person should take the position to the senior's left
  50. There are four positions of rest
    at ease, rest, parade rest, and fall out
  51. Member are usually volunteers from the installation host and tenant units, with selections generally coming from the installation's Airman basic to technical sergeant pool
    Base Honor Guard Program
  52. Purpose of the Enlisted Force Structure
    Special SNCO positions
  53. An NCO's primary purpose in the Air Force is to be
    a skilled technician in his or her assigned specialty and building, preparing, and leading teams to accomplish the mission
  54. Used for SNCO's in charge of group- or wing-level functions or in a squadron when having either oversight of functions within other ssquadrons or within the same squadron
    Only SNCOs will hold the duty title of Superintendent
  55. They communicate directly with other Air Staff offices on issues impacting their career fields, their respective MAJCOM enlisted career field representatives, and AETC training managers to disseminate Air Force and career field policies and program requirements
    Air Force Career Field Manager (AFCFM)
  56. They monitor compliance with Air Force standards, serve on advisory councils, and maintain a close relationship with the local community
    Command Chief Manager (CCM)
  57. he is the only former CMSAF to have remained on active duty after his tenure
    CMSAF Paul Wesley Airey
  58. he was involved in the restructuring of the PME program from four to three levels and implemented procedures to create ALS
    CMSAF Jim Finch
  59. The ALS is a 5-week course with a cirriculum designed to develop a mindset and associated skills with respect to four core graduate attributes of every Senior Airman
    • 1) Combat Leader
    • 2) Supervisor of Airman
    • 3) Military Professional
    • 4) Supervisory communicator
  60. The AFSNOCOA is a 7-week course that focuses on five key attributes
    • 1) Military Professional
    • 2) expeditionary leader
    • 3) operational manager
    • 4) joint war-fighter
    • 5) senior communicator
  61. helping people believe they can accomplish their goals and move toward a better future as a result ot their own efforts
  62. is the cornerstone of te mutually dependent relationship shared by leaders and followrs
  63. By insisting their people focus attention on those aspects of a situation, mission, or project that the people control
    Fostering Growth