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Compliance with this memorandum is mandatory. To the extent its directions are inconsistent with other Air Force publications, the information herein prevails in accordance with Air Force Instruction , Publications and Forms Management. This memorandum becomes void after one-year has elapsed from the date of this memorandum, or upon publication of an interim change or rewrite of Air Force Manual , whichever is earlier.
Document discrepancies and submit inspection results to the unit commander and MFM. The applicable MFM must approve requests for government contractors. ASC effective date, member assigned to an active billet with no flight in the unit assigned and applicable reports are managed as required. Change to read: Discuss, document, and collect ideas that pertain to policy, career field development, or system enhancements to the career field for submissions to their respective MAJCOM AWG representative.
Added Coordinate mission requirements with base agencies airfield management, maintenance, weather, etc. Added Perform radio operations with tower, base operations, aircraft, and maintenance. Added Develop strategic plans and initiatives that will positively impact the growth and development of 1C0X2 personnel. File annual and disqualification IDS permanently and in chronological order with the most current on top.
Change to read: File a copy of AOs published to initiate, terminate, disqualify, requalify, and revalidate aviation and parachutist service in chronological order by the effective date. Audit the record upon arrival and notify the member of any discrepancies. Publish appropriate AO. Change to read: The publication of an AO is required for ASC changes that initiate, disqualify, terminate, requalify and revalidate aviation and parachutist service.
Additionally, an AO is published for the award of the basic aeronautical rating, airman aircrew member badge, and parachutist badge. Change to read: ASCs that establish an aviation service period for rated officers except flight surgeons and officers in training leading to the award of an aeronautical rating will normally contain a termination date of the next aviation career phase point gate , regardless of Date of Separation DOS , Date of Estimated Return from Overseas DEROS , or retirement.
Unless disqualified from aviation service, the ASC termination date for rated officers will normally be the effective date the officer will accrue 12, 18, 22 or 25 years of aviation service. Note: For rated officers authorized to perform in-flight duties past 25 years of aviation service, the termination date of the ASC will be the earliest known termination date, such as projected termination of assignment, or retirement date.
If the member is notified of a follow-on flying assignment, or continues in the current flying assignment for more than three years, the HARM office will change the ASC termination date to reflect the DOS or an additional three-year period, whichever is earlier. ASC termination date will not exceed three years. If the member is notified of a follow-on jump assignment, change the ASC termination date to reflect the follow-on assignment jump tour completion date. Include in the jump request letter the duration for temporary jump status with full justification.
See AFI for maximum time allowed in temporary jump status. Change to read: For civilian government employees, the ASC termination date will not exceed five years. Change to read: Do not rescind AOs. Action taken on a later AO supersedes only the same item on previous on the previous AO. Previous awarded items on an AO maintain the same effective date. Change to read: The servicing HARM office will amend a past AO to correct an erroneous authority paragraph reference or remark section.
T-1 The effective date of the FSC is the class start date. If otherwise qualified, incentive pay and badge creditable months continue through this period. Change to read: Ensure RegAF 1C0X2 personnel are scheduled and complete 14 consecutive workdays of initial cross-organizational training prior to 7-skill level upgrade.
Ensure training is documented in the electronic training record. ARC personnel shall complete 14 workdays either consecutive or non-consecutive. ARC 1C0X2 personnel are required to complete five workdays of recurring training annually either consecutive or non-consecutive. On case-by-case basis, MFMs may waive the requirement for a single function unit.
In addition to the requirements in AFI , trainees shall complete 15 consecutive workdays of On-the-Job Training OJT at a dissimilar duty section and are expected to perform, at a minimum, all core task items identified in the CFETP and section training plan. Exception: ARC personnel are required to make every effort to complete as many days of cross-organization training as possible when availability allows. ARC members are required to complete 14 consecutive workdays of cross-organizational training when on seasoning training program.
In addition to the requirements in AFI , trainees shall complete 10 consecutive workdays of OJT at a dissimilar duty section and be expected to perform, at a minimum, all core task items identified in the CFETP and section training plan.
Enter the course attendance as a journal entry in the training record. Change to read: Career-enhancing assignments outside of aviation service that does not require rated expertise or performance of in-flight duties for a period not to exceed 48 consecutive months. Note: Rated officers who were already in a career-enhancing assignment as of the effective date of this AFMAN 12 September , are entitled to continuous AvIP for 48 consecutive months from the date of this publication.
When entitlement to AvIP has been stopped under the career-enhancing assignment flight pay restriction, a rated officer must be assigned to a position that requires rated expertise or performance of in-flight duties to receive continuous AvIP. The effective date of AvIP entitlement is the date assigned to the rated position. Assignments listed under paragraphs 6. If a member is assigned to career-enhancing enhancing assignment based on the criteria outlined in paragraph 6.
Once the suspension is removed and the member is returned to aviation or parachutist service, entitlement to AvIP or CSIP will be effective the date of the original suspension. Verify processed transactions on the MPO as follows:.
Change to read: The gaining HARM office will terminate incentive pay when members receiving conditional incentive pay status depart to an inactive position. Note: The losing HARM will verify that members receiving conditional incentive pay have met the minimum flight time requirement through their separation or retirement date prior to them out-processing. Change to read: Qualified parachutists must have a current AO authorizing performance of parachute duty.
Note: If the member does not complete the course, MFF pay terminates on the day the member is disenrolled from class. Change to read: MFF Type 2. Change to read: Rule 2. To qualify for parachute duty pay for a 3-month period the member is required to jump at least once during the 3-month period. The commanding officer, in grade of O-5 and above, will determine eligibility for Rule 2.
Any qualifying jumps performed during Rule 2 period that does not meet the Rule 2 requirement may be used to meet any period that benefits the members and falls within the eligibility period for application of a jump.
This is a specialized publication intended for use by Airmen who have graduated from technical training related to this publication. See AFI for a description of the authorities associated with the Tier numbers. Submit requests for waivers through the chain of command to the appropriate Tier waiver approval authority, or alternately, to the requestors commander for non-tiered compliance items.
The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this publication does not imply.
Vigilance must be taken to protect Personally Identifiable Information when submitting or sending nominations, applications or other documents to Department of Defense DoD agencies through government Internet, software applications, systems, e-mail, postal, faxing or scanning.
Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with AFI , Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with the Air Force Records Disposition Schedule in the Air Force Records Information Management System. This manual has been substantially revised and must be reviewed in its entirety. Procedures for several processes have been modified to gain efficiency and eliminate duplication of effort.
AWAC Responsibilities. Folder Construction. Physiological and Centrifuge Training. Preparation of AOs. AO General Instructions. Crew Mission Accomplishment Reports.
Flight Authorizations FA. Monitoring Monthly Flight Pay Entitlement. Entitlement Status Letter Incentive Pay Entitlement. Minimum Flight Time Requirement. AD Hours Application Rules. Grace Periods. Performance Requirements. Incentive Pay Effective Dates Conditions of Entitlement Monthly Jump Pay Entitlement Verification.
Review unit manpower document grades to ensure required grades for duties associated with each authorization are correct. For Total Force Integration units, ensure a Memorandum of Agreement is established to define ARM functions including Aeronautical Orders AOs , aircrew training management, flight authorization management, incentive pay management, and training. Coordinate with the Unit Training Manager on aircrew members and parachutists who attend any formal training course for example: rigger, medical, language schools, etc.
Complete a HARM self-inspection within 60 days of assignment to the position. AO effective date, member assigned to an active billet with no flight in the unit assigned and applicable reports are managed as required.
Notify the owning commander of aircrew members in active flying staff billets who have not performed an operational flight for longer than one year without a valid reason. Maintain the letter of notification in the FRF until the member flies or the position is no longer valid.
Maintain the letter of notification in JRF until the member jumps or the position is no longer valid. Disseminate information pertaining to ARMS and the career field for example: manning, job assignments, promotion, awards, etc. Conduct initial briefing for newly assigned key leaders. Conduct a self-inspection on the SARM office within 60 days of assignments to the position and semi-annually.
Manage ARMS training program s. Audit the ARMS training profiles at the beginning of each training period. Include the training officer during the auditing process. The EDT is the deliberate force development steering group. The EDT outlines the training, education, and experience requirements for the most critical positions, and provides recommendations for the best-qualified SNCOs to serve in these key leadership positions.
Background Information. This chapter explains how rest periods and maximum flying hours for aircrew members in Air Force aircraft are prescribed. It applies to all personnel who operate US Air Force aircraft. Aircrew members must receive adequate rest.
Air Force aeronautical ratings are military aviation skill standards established and awarded by the United States Air Force for commissioned officers participating in "regular and frequent flight", [n 1] either aerially or in space, in performance of their duties. USAF aeronautical badges , commonly referred to as "wings" from their shape and their historical legacy, are awarded by the Air Force in recognition of degrees of achievement and experience. Officers earning these badges and maintaining their requirements are classified as rated officers and receive additional pay and allowances. The first U.
U.S. Air Force aeronautical rating