AFMAN , CD BASIC. USAF SUPPLY MANUAL. 1 April FOREWORD . (Summary of Changes Included). Volumes 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9 (HQ AFMC). Apr 1, AIR FORCE MANUAL , VOLUME 2,. PART 13 . AFMAN which are on file in Base Supply. Manual Supply Accounting Record. tional structure and procedures are outlined in the various volumes and parts of AFMAN , The. USAF Supply Manual. Scope. The procedures.

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Training is provided by the residentexperts within the specific elements. Delegation of authority must be in writing letter of authorization and manhal by theMission Support Group Commander.

Maintains squadron recall rosters and also manages the squadronWRM program. Areas authorized to evaluate will be identified in the evaluator’s individual trainingplan.

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Coordinate with customers to obtain mission impact statements to substantiate supplyassistance requests. 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.

OC provides oversight of squadron compliance, training resources, accountability and analysis. Advises the squadron training manager to ensure the effectiveness of squadron enlisted onthe-job training programs. First Sergeants derive their authority from the unit commander and exercise generalsupervision over all assigned enlisted personnel MankalThe Enlisted Force Structure.

Accountable Officer responsibilities and signature authority are non-delegated requirements.

Responsible for the leadership, supervision, and training ofall assigned personnel. Develops civilian employees with critical manuall career-enhancing experience that willprepare them for more senior management positions.

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Functions as the director of Operations Compliance OC. The Maintenance Support Section consists of two elements: Equipment Accountability Element serves asthe base equipment review and authorization activity and manages all equipment items with the exceptionof vehicles.


Establish and conduct an effective training program to make sure that each individual is followingcurrent procedures. Establish a suspense system and follow-up to ensure correspondence isreceived and acted on.

Coordinate with maintenance work centers to identify components for which there is nobase level repair or diagnostic capability. Provide technical guidance to other storage activities and organizations. The Logistics Readiness Squadron LRS contains the base supplyactivity and is organized into flights, sections, and elements. Review the list at least semiannually. In additionthe MSL will: Allocate supp,y resources togain maximum mission effectiveness. The flight consists of five sections: Suppoy 2B describes the role and responsibilities of satellite LRS Commanders, andsatellite supply operations officers.

Unserviceable items are managed from the time the faulty part is removed until it is repaired,designated not repairable this station, or condemned. Civilian QA evaluators must have experience in the functional discipline they areresponsible for evaluating.

Maintain a working knowledge of functional manpower requirements, manning levels, andwork with respective flight leadership to address staffing concerns. MSL advises decentralized materiel support personnel and maintenance leaders of supplysupport problems regarding the maintenance efforts and recommends corrective actions.

Aligns under the squadron commander and functions as a key advisor on a broad range ofoperational, readiness, and enlisted human resource concerns. Ensure ILS-S processing time is provided for other functions that use the system as anaccounting medium.

Store incomplete items and initiate issue requests for items that are neededto bring incomplete assemblies to a serviceable condition. May delegate, in writing, non-Accountable Officer review and signature authority to theflight commander or flight superintendent.

Monitor status of back-ordered requisitions.


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Identify supply related training needs to maintenance work center supervisors. Provide materiel management training to materiel management personnel outside the LRS. Maintain suspense file of AFForm Customer SupportLiaison and Equipment Accountability.

Carry out all Operations Officer duties when no Operations Officer is assigned. Serves as Unit Resource Advisor and facilities manager. Military QA evaluators must be a TSgt or mxnual and possess at least a 7-skill level.

This position will be held by the senior ranking Chief Master Manuzl or other senior noncommissionedofficer, when possible. This section consists of the following elements: Responsible for the maintaining the M Logistics Readiness Squadron Organization. When unscheduled downtime requires remedial maintenance, theSSOO works with the CSB and usar communication personnel if applicable to repair the terminal.

This section is supplt for the centralized managementand decentralized execution of core squadron systems i. FSC supports maintenance by providingcontrol of all items requiring repair or replacement. The SSOOwill supervise operator maintenance of terminal equipment.

Submit system specific requirements to execute computer rotation plan.

Responsible for all Funds Management functions. Prepare and publish inventory schedules for all categories of property outlined in Chapter 10,Table 10C The general roles and responsibilities of these activities are explained in this chapter,while specific responsibilities are described throughout the manual.

If the evaluator is a Senior NCO with an awarded 7-skill level, the evaluatorappointment letter will serve as the STS qualification document. Key materiel management responsibilities are: Retain the technical order data when retagging items.