AFM 23-110 PDF

AFM 23-110 PDF

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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This position will be held by the senior ranking Chief Master Sergeant or other senior noncommissionedofficer, when possible. Advise decentralized materiel management personnel and maintenance leaders of supportconcerns and recommends corrective actions.

Customer SupportLiaison and Equipment Accountability. This section ensuresstandardized, repeatable, technically compliant process execution, while promoting a culture of professionalexcellence and personal responsibility, in accordance with AFILogistics ComplianceAssessment Program LCAP and other relative instructions. Standard functional responsibilities, which can bedelayed or omitted during war, are coded according to chapter 32, section 32B, Wartime Processing.

Manage staging areas for delivery of items. When authorized, commanders may delegateadministrative control of all assigned members by appointing a squadron section commander on specialorders.

Refer to the various chapters withinthis manual for detailed procedures and processes for all duties not specifically mentioned. Training is provided by the residentexperts within the specific elements.

Measure LRS processes through adm analysis, surveillance, trends and standards including oversight of document control. Take action to see that items are correctly identified.

This section consists of the following elements: Accept or reject items delivered under contracts that require acceptance atthe destination. Allocate these resources togain maximum mission effectiveness. Inform maintenance personnel of errors so they can correct sfm records or initiate othercorrective action.

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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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Provide oversight and guidance to storage elements to ensure compliance with DoD, AirForce, and other applicable 23-110. Maximize and support the use of Air Force approved automated tools.

Submit follow-up to LRS for requisitions with unacceptable status or unacceptableestimated delivery dates. The flight consists of five sections: Satellite supply accounts are not authorized a deputy satellite Logistics ReadinessSquadron Commander. Serves as Unit Resource Advisor and facilities manager.

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OC provides oversight of squadron compliance, training resources, accountability and analysis. Ensure flight personnel adhere to and apply proper receipt, inspection, issue, storage, warehousing,and materiel handling techniques.

Ensure ILS-S processing time is provided for other functions that use the system as anaccounting medium.

Evaluate unit logistics management procedures, including locally developed forms, publications,OIs, checklists etc. Organizations without a Squadron Superintendent will assign duties referenced above to theOperations Officer.

Retain the technical order data when retagging items.

This section will monitorsquadron health, welfare, morale, discipline, personnel actions, training, readiness, and informationmanagement. Carries out all Logistics Manager duties when no Logistics Manager is assigned.

Finally, this section contains ILS-S wartime responsibilitiesand provides information that applies to all accounts. Acts as SATS administrator. Prepares and submits change requests for RSP authorizations.

Responsible for overall training management for all assignedAFSCs. Responsible for the maintaining the M Establish a suspense system and follow-up to ensure correspondence isreceived and acted on. Conduct all physical inventories af warehouse assets, to include supply points, ReadinessSpares package, and WRM assets, with augmentation from Asset Management Section personnel.

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The general roles and responsibilities of these activities are explained in this chapter,while specific responsibilities are described throughout the manual. Assigned as the Functional Director for all contracts to maintain oversight of those programs.

Maintain central locator functions and ensure storage facilities adhere to general warehousingrequirements. Troubleshoots and resolves all system related issues. The Maintenance Support Section consists of two elements: Section 2B describes the role and responsibilities of satellite LRS Commanders, andsatellite supply operations officers.

Responsible for the leadership, supervision, and training ofall assigned personnel. Reviews personnel readiness information to ensure personal affairs are in order at 2-110 times.

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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.

Key materiel management responsibilities are: Establish and conduct an effective training program to make sure that each individual is followingcurrent procedures.

Store incomplete items and initiate issue requests for items that are neededto bring incomplete assemblies to a serviceable condition. This section serves as theprimary point of contact with maintenance units regarding aircraft requirements and repair cycle management.