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2 AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019, States Code USC 8013 and Executive Order 9397 System of Records Notice F036 Air Force. Personnel Center AFPC C Military Personnel Records System applies The authorities to waive. wing unit level requirements in this publication are identified with a Tier T 0 T 1 T 2 T 3. number following the compliance statement See Air Force Instruction AFI 33 360 Publications. and Forms Management 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 This. instruction may be supplemented at any level but all supplements that directly implement this. publication must be routed to the OPR Headquarters United States Deputy Chief of Staff for. Manpower Personnel and Services AF Career Field Management and Readiness Division. AF A1XO for coordination and all Major Command level supplements must be approved by the. Human Resource Management Strategic Board prior to certification and approval Major. Commands field operating agencies and direct reporting units must send one copy of their. published and or posted supplement to Headquarter Air Force AF A1XO 1040 AF Pentagon. Washington DC 20330 1040 Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication. to AF A1XO 1040 AF Pentagon Washington DC 20330 1040 on AF Form 847 Recommendation. for Change of Publication Route AF Form 847 from the field through Major Command. publications managers The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer commercial. product commodity or service in this publication does not imply endorsement by the AF. SUMMARY OF CHANGES, This document has been substantially revised and needs to be completely reviewed This. instruction consolidates guidance from previous instructions AFI 10 214 Force Support. Readiness Programs AFI 10 216 Evacuation and Repatriation of US Citizens and Designated. Aliens from Threatened Areas Abroad AFI 36 2134 AF Strength Accounting Duty Status. Program AFI 36 2911 Desertion and Unauthorized Absence AFI 36 3103 Identification Tags. AFI 36 3802 Personnel Readiness Operations and AFI 36 3803 Personnel Accountability in. Conjunction with Natural Disasters or National Emergencies Other major changes in this rewrite. include reducing the use of acronyms limiting the scope of this publication to AF guidance by. removing how to procedural references which can be found in the Personnel Services Delivery. Guides on MyPers website and lowering compliance tiers where possible. CHAPTER 1 FORCE SUPPORT READINESS PROGRAMS 9, 1 1 Overview 9. CHAPTER 2 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 10, 2 1 Roles and Responsibilities 10. 2 2 Headquarters United States AF Deputy Chief of Staff Manpower Personnel and. Services AF A1 10, 2 3 The Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations AF A3 10.
2 4 Headquarters United States AF Directorate of Plans and Integration AF A1X 10. AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019 3, 2 5 Director of Civilian Force Management AF A1C 11. 2 6 Director of Military Force Management Policy AF A1P 11. 2 7 Director of Services Force Sustainment Division AF A1S 11. 2 8 Director of Civil Engineers AF A4C 11, 2 9 Director of Logistics AF A4L 11. 2 10 AF Force Support Career Field Management and Readiness Division. AF A1XO 11, 2 11 Director of Surgeon General AF SG3 5 will 12. 2 12 AF Directorate of Plans and Integration Force Support Career Field Management. and Readiness Division Readiness Branch AF A1XOR 12. Table 2 1 Members of the Force Support War Fighter Requirements Review 13. 2 13 AF Office of Special Investigation AFOSI ICON 14. 2 14 Director of Personnel Operations AFPC DP2 is responsible for 15. 2 15 Director of Airman and Family Care AFPC DPF 15. 2 16 AFPC Air and Space Expeditionary Force Operations and Readiness Division. AFPC DP2W 15, 2 17 AFPC Airman and Family Division AFPC DPFF 18. 2 18 Airman and Family Care Missing Persons Branch AFPC DPFCM 18. 2 19 Air Force Total Force Service Center AFPC DP1OS 19. 2 20 Air Force Security Forces Center AFSFC SFC 19. 2 21 AF Installation and Mission Support Center 19. 2 22 AF Installation and Mission Support Center Training and Support Division. AFIMSC XZT 20, 2 23 Director of Operations Air Force Services Activity AFSVA SVO 21.
2 24 AF Services Activity AFSVA SVOR 21, 2 25 AFPC AEF Readiness Branch AFPC DP2WR and AFSVA SVOR 22. 2 26 AFPC AEF Readiness Branch AFPC DP2WR and AFSVC Training and. Development Division AFSVC SVXT 23, 2 27 Headquarters Air Force Reserve Command and Headquarters Individual. Reservist Readiness and Integration Organization HQ RIO 23. 2 28 Headquarters Air Force Reserve Center AFRC A1K 23. 4 AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019, 2 29 Headquarters National Guard Bureau NGB A1X 23. 2 30 MAJCOM Directorates of Manpower Personnel and Services MAJCOM A1 23. 2 31 MAJCOM Director of Operations MAJCOM A3 4 5 MAJCOM A3 4 5s 24. 2 32 AF Component MAJCOM Component Numbered AF 24, 2 33 Supported Component Command Contingency and Exercise Support Director. of Manpower Personnel and Services 25, 2 34 Silver Flag Training Force Support Readiness Superintendent 26.
2 35 Commanders at all levels 26, 2 36 Installation Commander 27. 2 37 Installation Commanders Continental United States CONUS or non foreign. area e g Hawaii Alaska etc Wing Plans 27, 2 38 Unit Commanders Directors will 28. 2 39 Commander s Support Staff or MPF Force Management Section 29. 2 40 Financial Services Office FSO 29, 2 41 Commanders of local Military Treatment Facilities Reserve Medical Units. RegAF AFR and ANG Aeromedical Evacuation Squadrons and Guard Medical. Units will 30, 2 42 Servicing Security Forces 30, 2 43 Force Support Squadron FSS Commander Director 30. 2 44 Chief Civilian Personnel Flight or Equivalent 32. 2 45 Military Personnel Section Commander or Equivalent 32. 2 46 Force Support Squadron FSS Operations Officer 33. 2 47 Unit Deployment Managers will 34, 2 48 Force Support Squadron Readiness Manager UDM or Unit Readiness Manager 34.
2 49 Force Support Squadron FSS Activities Sections 35. 2 50 MPF Strength Accounting Duty Status Program Manager 35. 2 51 IPR offices will 36, 2 52 PERSCO Team Chief 36. 2 53 Supervisors Trainers 37, 2 54 Trainee 37, AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019 5. 2 55 Force Support UTC Team Members 37, 2 56 Regular Air Force Selected Reserve Department of Air Force and Non. appropriated Air Force Civilians will 37, CHAPTER 3 FORCE SUPPORT READINESS PLANNING 38. 3 1 Planning and Posturing UTC Force Support Capabilities 38. 3 2 Planning and Posturing 38, 3 3 Installation Level Planning 38.
3 4 Posturing Guidance 38, 3 5 Force Providers 39, CHAPTER 4 FORCE SUPPORT READINESS EDUCATION AND TRAINING 40. 4 1 Force Support Readiness Education and Training 40. 4 2 Force Support Readiness Training 40, 4 3 Force Support Home Station Pre Deployment Training 40. 4 4 Force Support Vehicle Training 40, 4 5 Force Support Silver Flag 40. 4 6 Silver Flag Training Assessment and Certification 41. 4 7 Selected Force Support Training 42, 4 8 Force Support Contingency Course MFSS275 42. 4 9 Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments 42. 4 10 Expeditionary Manpower Management Course 42, 4 11 Sustainment Mission Specific UTC Training 42.
4 12 Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operations Repair Squadron Engineers RED. 4 13 Mortuary 43, 4 14 Port Mortuary 43, 4 15 Fatality Search and Recovery Team 43. 4 16 Protocol 43, 4 17 Sexual Assault Response Coordinator 44. 4 18 Nonappropriated Fund Accounting 44, 6 AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019. 4 19 Equal Opportunity 44, 4 20 Institutional Forces 44. 4 21 Combatant Commander In Place Training 44, 4 22 Installation Response Training Requirements 44.
4 23 Unit Readiness Manager or UDM if they are fulfilling the readiness manager. 4 24 Operations Officer 44, 4 25 C MAJCOM Component Numbered AF Planner Air Force Forces Staff 44. 4 26 Field Operating Agencies Intermediate Headquarters AFPC AFSVA AF. Installation and Mission Support Center 45, 4 27 AF A1XO Readiness 45. 4 28 Scheduling Readiness Training 45, 4 29 Budgeting for Force Support Readiness Training 45. 4 30 Equipment Supplies and Funding 46, 4 31 Prime Readiness in Base Services Decals 46. 4 32 Force Support Program Funding 46, CHAPTER 5 PERSONNEL ACCOUNTABILITY 48.
5 1 Purpose Background and Scope 48, 5 2 Purpose 48. 5 3 Background 48, 5 4 Scope 48, CHAPTER 6 IPR AND PERSCO 50. 6 1 Purpose Background Introduction Scope and Concepts 50. 6 2 Purpose 50, 6 3 Background 50, 6 4 Introduction 50. 6 5 Scope 50, 6 6 Personnel accountability 50, 6 7 Contingency Exercise and Deployment Orders 51. AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019 7, CHAPTER 7 EVACUATION OF US CITIZENS AND DESIGNATED ALIENS FROM.
THREATENED AREAS ABROAD 54, 7 1 Overview 54, 7 2 Noncombatant Evacuation Operation Mission 54. 7 3 Repatriation 54, 7 4 Evacuation Planning and Processing 54. 7 5 Reception Plans and Assistance in CONUS and in Temporary Safe Haven. Overseas 55, CHAPTER 8 DESERTION AND UNAUTHORIZED ABSENCE 56. 8 1 Unauthorized Absence 56, 8 2 Purpose 56, 8 3 Objective 56. 8 4 When Unauthorized Absences Begins and Ends 56, 8 5 Reporting Unauthorized Absences 57.
8 6 Reporting Responsibilities 57, 8 7 Duty Status Reporting 57. 8 8 After The Fact Reporting 59, 8 9 General Apprehension Information and Cooperation with Civil Authorities 59. 8 10 Notice of Air Force Deserters to Civil Authorities 60. 8 11 Investigations Apprehension and Cooperation with Civilian Law Enforcement. Authorities 60, 8 12 Rewards and Reimbursements 61. 8 13 Actions Taken When an Absentee Returns to Military Control 61. 8 14 Notice of Return to Military Control 61, 8 15 Where Absentees Return to Military Control 61. 8 16 Defining an Absentee s Return to Military Control 62. 8 17 Disposition of Absentee Returned to Military Control 62. 8 18 Escorts 63, 8 19 Actions Taken after an Absentee is returned to a Servicing Air Force Installation.
8 AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019, 8 20 Commander s Determination 64. 8 21 Erroneous Reports of Unauthorized Absence 65, 8 22 Special Requirements for ANG and AFR Members 65. 8 23 General 65, 8 24 Determining Unauthorized Absences 65. 8 25 Reporting Unauthorized Absences 65, 8 26 Return to Military Control Responsibilities 66. 8 27 Special Instructions for the United States Army United States Navy or United. States Marine Corps Members Who Are Returned to or Surrender to An Air. Force Installation 66, 8 28 Instructions for a Service Member s Return or Surrender 66.
8 29 United States Army 66, 8 30 United States Navy 66. 8 31 United States Marine Corps 67, 8 32 United States Air Force Deserter Information Point 67. CHAPTER 9 IDENTIFICATION TAGS 68, 9 1 Issuance of Identification Tags 68. 9 2 An identification tag set will be comprised of two tags one long length neck. chain and one short length chain 68, 9 3 Red Medical Alert Tags 68. 9 4 Reissuing Limitations 68, 9 5 Wear of Identification Tags 68.
9 6 Information on Identification Tags 68, Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 69. ATTACHMENT 2 Force Support Supply and Demand Pyramid 79. ATTACHMENT 3 Force Support Force Module FY18 20 80. AFI36 3802 9 JANUARY 2019 9, FORCE SUPPORT READINESS PROGRAMS. 1 1 Overview, 1 1 1 This instruction provides guidance for managing the Force Support Readiness Program. which organizes trains and equips personnel to meet Combatant Geographic Commander. needs for wartime contingency and installation incident response requirements. 1 1 2 It establishes guidance and assigns responsibilities for evacuation of Air Force. members dependents other U S citizens and designated aliens from threatened areas abroad. or in anticipation of or in response to any natural or man made disaster It requires all. commanders to develop plans for evacuating people from their installations as well as for. receiving and repatriating evacuees, 1 1 3 It outlines when and how identification ID tags are issued to Air Force service. members and when they are to be worn or in the individual s possession. 1 1 4 It provides guidance on the collection and maintenance of strength accounting duty. status information, 1 1 5 It establishes standard procedures for dealing with desertion and unauthorized absences.
It outlines Air Force procedures to reduce personnel identified as absent and returning the. absentees to military control, 1 1 6 It provides policy and guidance for on Personnel Readiness Operations This instruction. also provides guidance for Personnel Support for Contingency Operations PERSCO from. pre planning through employment and redeployment actions Additional guidance is available. in Air Force Instruction AFI 10 403 Deployment Planning and Execution AFI 10 404 Base. Support and Expeditionary Site Planning and AFI 10 401 Air Force Operations Planning and. 1 1 7 It provides guidance for establishing and maintaining personnel accountability in the. event of natural disasters or national emergencies for Air Force AF personnel in accordance. with Department of Defense Instruction DoDI 3001 02 Personnel Accountability in. Conjunction with National Emergencies or Natural Disasters It applies to both the continental. to AF A1XO 1040 AF Pentagon Washington DC 20330 1040 on AF Form 847 Recommendation for Change of Publication Route AF Form 847 from the field through Major Command publications managers The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer commercial product commodity or service in this publication does not imply endorsement by the AF SUMMARY OF CHANGES This document has been

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