1. What does the USAF WMP provide to the Air Staff, Air Force planners, and Air Force commanders?
    Provide the Air Staff, Air Force planners, and Air Force commander's current policies, planning factors, and GFM apportioned forces for conducting and supporting operations.
  2. What does the WMP establishes?
    Requirements for developing mobilization and planning programs to support and sustain contingency
  3. What do WMP-1, Basic Plan and Supporting Supplements provide?
    A consolidated reference source for general policies and guidance for mobilization planning and the support of combat forces in time of war
  4. In WMP-1, Services Supplement, what makes up the Services force?
    Active duty, Air Force Reserve, and Air National Guard officers, NCOs, Airmen and civilians who work in the Services functional areas
  5. What documents does WMP-1, Services Supplement keep consistent with?
    Defense Planning Guidance and the policies, planning factors, and assumptions stated in the JSCP. It is also consistent with the doctrinal concepts of AFDD 2-4, Combat Support.
  6. What is the primary focus of the IGESP?
    (In-Garrison Expeditionary Support Plan)
    It normally focuses on force beddown and accommodation of transient aircraft, units and personnel
  7. What is the most stringent OPLAN tasking that is levied on an installation?
    Developing the IGESP is the most stringent OPLAN tasking levied on an installation
  8. How many parts is the IGESP developed in?
    It is developed in 2 parts
  9. What are the parts of an IGESP?
    Part 1 identiefies a base's total support capability. Part 2 is an assessment of the base's ability to support either a demanding contingency operation or a number of specific contingency operations with the resources identified in part one
  10. What are WRM substinence quantities contingent upon?
    WRM substinence quantities to be stocked in-theater are contingent upon rotation capabilities.
  11. Define C2
    C2 is the exercise of authority and direction by a properly designated commander over assigned and attached forces in the accomplishment of the mission.
  12. What does the mobility posturing of Services military personnel and the APF or NAF civilians and contractors who exercise and train extensively during peacetime provide?
    The readiness to respond with a Services capability.
  13. What might the civil engineers assist Services with?
    Erect dining, lodging, recreation and fitness, field exchange, mortuary, and laundry facilities
  14. What services do recreation centers provide?
    Recreation procures entertainment and creates alternative diversions from work stress and family separation anxiety by allowing for the decompression and regeneration of Airmen. Recreation provides multiple mediums, virtual, tactile, creative, developmental, directed and self-directed in its programs
  15. Explain the wartime combat support priorities?
    • 1) Priority 1 - Combat support for strategic offensive and defensive missions have highest priority.
    • 2) Priority 2 - Mobilization and deployment of military personnel on Prime RIBS teams for wartime use in the overseas theater(s) of operation.
    • 3) Priority 3 - Maintaining a CONUS-sustaining force capable of carrying out the wartime support requirements, other than strategic mission support.
  16. How long will operational commanders accept a reduced level of service to ensure mission accomplishment and life support?
    Through M+30 but only to the level needed. After M+30, levels of service will be increased commensurate with quality of life programs where possible
  17. What may be authorized under certain conditions to fill theater mobility UTC shortfalls?
    Degredation of Services forces supporting CONUS requirements, to include strategic offensive and defensive missions.
  18. What is the TPFDD used for?
    (Time phase force deployment data)
    It is used to prioritize the war-fighters and the equipment needed; and get all of it into the theater in a timely fashion to successfully execute the mission
  19. What is the TPFDD a part of?
  20. What does the FRN allow for?
    The analysis and organization of the groupings of forces within a TPFDD.
  21. What are the components of the standard AF ULN?
    The FRN and a two-character fragmentation code
  22. What document consolidates all deployment taskings if time permits?
  23. What does this (deployment requirements manning) document provide?
    It provides MAJCOM, numbered Air Forces, and wings with examples for fulfilling exercise, deployment, and contingency requirements.
  24. Why is this document (deployment requirements manning document) important?
    The DRMD is important because it provides the wing all its requirements for the exercise, deployment or contingency.
  25. What are the nine key and essential pieces of personnel deployment tasking?
    • 1) PID
    • 2) ULN
    • 3) ULN position number
    • 4) Position number suffix
    • 5) Air Force specialty code (AFSC)
    • 6) Unique qualifications
    • 7) Tasked personnel accounting symbol (PAS)
    • 8) Date required in place (DRI)
    • 9) Duty location (DLOC)
  26. What five factors must be considered when planning support in Services?
    • 1) Food services must maintain a cook-to-customer under 1:50. Must sustain operations using the 2 prepared meal and MRE conceptand be able to graduate to 3 prepared meals
    • 2) Lodging must control all bed assignments and terminations, and control multiple lodging facilities (eg, tent cities, main op base lodging, host nation facilities, and contract quarters)
    • 3) Mortuary operations capabilities under the deterrent phase consist of continuing the current death program and final planning actions required to implement remains processing and temporary mass burial if required
    • 4) Laundry operations normally consist of self-service washers and dryers. The lodging function provides supervision and laundry support planning. Don't plan for additional RIBS personnel to support this self-service. However, Services will provide field laundry support for the third echelon/fourth echelon medical contingents.
    • 5) Fitness and recreation should commence operation as soon as forces complete inital beddown tasks. Plan on conduction the majority of sports and recreation activities during the sustainment phase and normally reduce them during war fighting.
  27. Who provides direction to the WOC and what sort of things do they direct?
    The wing commander controls assigned forces. He or she provides command and control of forces to ensure continuity of operations during pre-attack, trans-attack, and post-attack; directs activities and coordinates the efforts of the supporting staff to collect, analyze, prioritize, display and report information on the base's status.
  28. How much notice does the alternate unit control center require to be capable of assuming the primary unit control center's functions?
    Little or no notice
  29. At COBs, what document defines if the host base is to provide food, dining facilities, equipment, and manpower?
    The IGESP
  30. Where will you find the startup period for pre-positioned rations?
    WMP-1, Annex E
  31. What transportable systems may be used for lodging when existing facilities are not available?
    Fabric systems such as SSS, MSS, and a new LSS shelter.
  32. What do field mortuary operations require?
    A 4-section TEMPER tent or the SSS to support MCP operations. The site also requires a 150 cubic foot refrigerator (or the replacement 300 cubic foot ADR) for refrigerated storage.
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