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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Logistics Readiness Squadron Organization. Key duties include receiving, storing and issuingselect weapon system spares, storing in-warehouse supply and equipment items, selecting items to beissued, shipped or transferred, conducting warehouse validations, maintaining central locator functions,performing warehouse inspection functions i. Initiate supply assistance requests for supplydifficulties. Prepares and submits change requests for RSP authorizations.
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Ensure that all items are stored and handled according to DoD and AF technical orders, manuals, anddirectives. Responsible for the Inventory Adjustment Fam M Acts as SATS administrator. Provide home-station training and use of degraded operation processingto ensure hands-on experience for LRS personnel.
When authorized, 23–110 may delegateadministrative control of all assigned members by appointing a squadron section commander on specialorders. Provide oversight and guidance to storage elements to ensure compliance with DoD, AirForce, and other applicable guidance.
Maintain central locator functions and ensure storage facilities adhere to general warehousingrequirements. The squadron section commander assists the squadron commander and will work with theFirst Affm for health, morale, welfare, and discipline of all assigned personnel. The purpose of the file is to identify items turned in and to make sureitems are complete. Ensure the proper storage and handling of controlled materiel to include the identification ofpersonnel authorized to perform materiel management functions for these items.
FSC supports maintenance by providingcontrol of all items requiring repair or replacement. The SOW will alsoinclude atm specified actions the Contractor will not be obligated to perform to or support like, but notlimited to, Government-Furnished Property and services.
Identify supply related training needs to maintenance work center supervisors. OC provides oversight of squadron compliance, training resources, accountability and analysis. Monitor status of back-ordered requisitions.
Provide guidance to work center supervisors on utilization of supply management products,shelf-life management, warranty parts management, and repair cycle management IAW AFMAN This section describes the role and responsibilities 23-101 satellite LRS Commanders,and satellite supply agm officers. The Maintenance Support Section consists of two fam This section consists of two elements: Provide technical guidance to other storage activities and organizations. Standard functional responsibilities, which can bedelayed or omitted during war, are coded according to chapter 32, section 32B, Wartime Processing.
Troubleshoots and resolves all system related issues. Aafm as the Functional Director for all contracts to maintain oversight of those programs. This chapter implements the standard organization, roles and responsibilities of the LogisticsReadiness Squadron LRS supply related functions as identified in the PAD to include squadronleadership, the Materiel Management Flight, and other functional flights. Establish a suspense system and follow-up to ensure correspondence isreceived and acted on.
Review the list at least semiannually. The afn also determines and pursues funding, facilities and equipmentneeded to perform 233-110. Ensure ILS-S processing time is provided for other functions that use the system as anaccounting medium. The OC contains the following processes: This section specifies the responsibilities and dutiesof the flight commander, the flight superintendent and each subordinate section and element.
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. Responsible for stocking, storing, issuing,and inspection management of DoD supplies and equipment. This position will be held by the senior ranking Chief Master Sergeant or other senior noncommissionedofficer, when possible.
Maintain a working knowledge of functional manpower requirements, manning levels, andwork 2-3110 respective flight leadership to address staffing concerns. 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.
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Logistics Readiness Squadron Commander. This section serves as theprimary point of contact with maintenance units regarding aircraft requirements and repair cycle management. Manage staging areas for delivery of items. 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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This section is responsible for the centralized managementand decentralized execution of core squadron systems i. Satellite supply accounts are not authorized a deputy satellite Logistics ReadinessSquadron Commander. Perform causative research and resolve all inventory discrepancies.
Coordinate with functional experts, develops enlisted force development strategies, toinclude opportunities for career broadening and job enrichment. However, if the squadron commander elects to identify such an individual asthe Squadron Superintendent, the following 23-110 Manage ILS-S database operations according to the series instructions as covered in Parts4, 6 and 8.
Allocate these resources togain maximum mission effectiveness.
Compliance with this chapter is mandatory for contractors who are operating supplyfunctions. Retain the technical order data when retagging items.
Inform maintenance personnel of errors so they can correct their 23-110 or initiate othercorrective action. Respond to customer logistics concerns andproactively anticipates problems that could stand in the way of wing units fulfilling mission requirements. Accept or reject items delivered under contracts that require acceptance atthe destination. Meet at least quarterly with the supply functions to review the health of the stock account.