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What was created in 2000 to simplify access to information

Air Force portal

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What is the entry point to the global combat support system

Air Force portal

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The goal of this program is to provide timely, accurate, and trusted support information to joint and Air Force commanders at all echelons

Global combat support system (GCSSAF)

3

Military pay raises are capped at 1/2% below what

Private sector growth

4

This is a nontaxable allowance used to offset the cost of the servicemembers meals

BAS

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Members who are not able to take their families to the permanent duty station are eligible for payment of this in addition to BAH or OHA

Family separation Housing (FSH)

6

Who qualifies for BAH-differential

Members living in single type government quarters who pay court ordered child support

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When is preliminary replacement allowance of the clothing replacement allowance issued

Between the sixth and 36 months of active-duty

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What is a type of allowance payable to members in addition to any other allowances or Perdiem to which a member may be entitled due to separation from their family

Family separation allowance

9

What is the max deduction that can be levied by the secretary defense for the Armed Forces retirement home

One dollar

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How many discretionary allotments can one member have

Six

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Charitable contributions, Child or spousal support, garnishment for commercial debts, and delinquent travel charge card debt would be what type of allotment

Nondiscretionary allotment

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What is the maximum SGLI amount

$400,000

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How large is a PCS advanced payment

Up to three months of basic pay

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When is the commanders approval required for PCS advanced payments

A1C or below, over 12 months to repay, greater than one month of basic pay

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This allowance is paid when members with dependents relocate household goods in conjunction with a PCS or members without dependents are not assigned government quarters upon arrival at their permit do station

Dislocation allowance

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These allowances are paid members who arrive at PCS location either Conus or non-conus to defray added living expenses incurred

TLE = CONUS
TLA = OCONUS

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When is the member expected to pay the amount billed from the TravelCard company

Upon receipt of the monthly statement

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In cases where traveler is TDY for 45 days or more he or she shall file what

An interim voucher every 30 days and use split disbursement to pay the bill

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Who coordinates the TravelCard program on behalf of unit commander keeping information such as account names, account numbers, addresses and telephone numbers

Agency program coordinators

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What is the earliest an ATM in advance on the government travel card may be obtained

Three working days

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At what point may a late fee be assessed against a government travel card account

75 days

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Who must an individual coordinate with upon departure and arrival during a PCS for TravelCard considerations

The Agency program coordinator

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At how many days does the card company proceed through judicial system against cardholder accounts

126 days delinquent

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At what point does the card contractor charge off the account report delinquency to the credit bureau transferring collection to a third-party agency

At 210 days delinquent

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Does an individual have to give their consent for the Air Force to collect on debts owed

No

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At what value is an individual given due process prior to debt collection from the Air Force

$100

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The Air Force may also collect debts involving which 6

Federal, Bonus, Hospital, HHG, ROS, and Overpay

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When may waver or remission provision be requested

If the military member requires relief from valid debts

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When can a waiver of claims for erroneous pay or allowances be requested

When there's no indication of fraud, misrepresentation, fault, or lack of good faith on the part of the member

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When can a member or commander apply for remission of debt to the Air Force

When it is not debt due to non-collection of court-martial forfeiture and if hardship factors are considered

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Established by the federal employees retirement act of 1986

TSP

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maximum amount of pay member can contribute to TSP

100%

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What is the annual limit of the TSP

$17,000

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Military leave program AFI

AFI 36-3003

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At what point does use or lose leave start and when must it be used by

At 75 days by September 30

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5 times when members do not earn leave

AWOL, Unauthorized leave, Confinement, IN EXCESS, or APELLATE leave

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How long may special leave accrual be kept for

Two fiscal years

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Days of special leave acrual that can be sold back

30

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When are members eligible for SLA

Assigned or deployed to an operational mission or staff headquarters for 60 days, or deployed in danger for 120 consecutive days

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Leave request form

AF Form 988

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Is a member charged leave while hospitalized

Ends the day before, starts the day after

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Which AFI governs leave

36-3003

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When is excess leave accrued

When an individual has used all of the leave they anticipate to earn during that enlistment

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How many days of en route leave can a member request after completing basic or technical training

10 days conus 14 days overseas

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What is environmental and morale leave

Leave authorized for overseas installations with adverse environmental conditions

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What is the longest period a regular pass may span

Four days

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What is the longest period of a special pass

4 days

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Can a special pass be used with leave without returning to work for one day

Yes either at the beginning or the end but not both

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Can a permissive TDY be used in conjunction with special passes

No

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Permissive TDY are not authorized for what 5

Close proximity House hunting, Permissive reassignment, PME graduation, Change of command, or Retirement ceremony

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Post-deployment/mobilization respite absence is permitted for tours in which two countries

Iraq and Afghanistan

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Which part of the leave request is sent with authorization number to the finance office

Part I

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Which part of the leave request form is given to the member after obtaining the leave authorization number

Part II

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Which part of the leave request form is retained by the supervisor for completion after the member returns

Part III

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Where is part III of the Air Force form 988 sent after signed by the supervisor and member

Cmdr. support staff are processing

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Unlawful discrimination under equal opportunity guidelines would be based on what five characteristics of a persons or group

Race, color, religion, national origin, or sex

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Sexual-harassment does not have to result in what

Concrete psychological harm to victim

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Who may file EO complaints

Military personnel, their family members, and retirees

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What are military informal complaint procedures

Filing a verbal or written correspondence to an alleged offender or requesting intervention by coworker or using the chain of command to intervene

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formal complaint process timeline

9 duty days EO clarification
6 duty days for legal review
5 duty days for commander action
20 total

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Sexual harassment complaint timeline

6 duty days for clarification
4 duty days for legal review
4 duty days commander action
14 Total

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Within how many days must a formal EO complaint be filed

60 calendar days

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Within how many days must that EO office complete the informal civilian complaint process unless an extension is granted

Within 30 calendar days, not to exceed 60 with extension

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Within how many days must a civilian formal complaint be filed

45 calendar days

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Who must a civilian formal complaint be filed with within 15 calendar days of receiving the notice

The EO director or designee

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How long does the EO office have to complete a formal civilian complaint

180 calendar days

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What are the three classification levels of an equal opportunity and treatment incident

Minor, serious, or major

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Under what article of the UC MJ many members who believe they have been wronged by their commanding officer request redress

Article 138

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Within how many days must the member apply to the commander for redress of a wrong

180

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days to submit request for redress through superior officer

90 days

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AFI governing complaints of wrongs under article 138

AFI 51-904

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Class A mishap

$2 million or more
Destroyed aircraft
fatality or permanent disability

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Class B mishap

$500,000-$2 million
partial disability
three or more personal hospitalized

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Class C mishap

$50,000-$500,000
one or more days away from work

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Class D mishap

$20,000 to $50,000

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Who is responsible for creating and maintaining a job safety training guide and documenting and maintaining completed training records

Workcenter supervisor

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Which form is used by individuals to report a hazard

AF IMT 457

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Which root cause of the mishap is due to a climate, process, or resource acquisition management that falls through or encourages members not follow safety guidelines

Organizational influences

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Which root cause of the safety mishap can stem from failure to correct problems, inappropriately planning operations, inadequate supervision, or violations by supervisor

Supervisory influences

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Which root cause of a safety hazard consists of the cumulative culture of the organization combined with specific events and physical condition of worker

Preconditions for unsafe acts

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Which root cause of a safety incident is a result of active errors or violations made by the individual

The unsafe act themselves

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What is the purpose of safety investigations

For mishap prevention purposes only not for punishment

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Falls, scaffolding, hazard communication, respiratory protection, lockout tag out, electrical wiring methods, power industrial trucks, ladders, electrical Gen. requirements, and machine guarding

Top 10 OSHA violations

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Within how many workdays must the safety office respond to an AF IMT 457

10 Workdays

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What is the cause of the highest number of Air Force injury related deaths each year

Traffic mishaps

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What are the 4 risk management principles

Except no unnecessary risk, decisions at appropriate levels, integrate at all levels, apply process continuously

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What are the two levels of risk management

Deliberate and real-time

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Five-step risk management process includes

ID, Assess, Decide, Implement, Evaluate

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On-the-fly risk management level

Real-time

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The step of the risk management process involves quantitative and qualitative measures to determine severity of risks or hazards

Assess the hazards

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What are the four levels of hazard severity

Catastrophic, critical, moderate, and negligible

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What are the levels of mishap probability

Frequent, likely, occasionally, seldom, unlikely

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What are the steps Of the real-time process or ABCD model

Assess the situation, balance controls, communicate, and decide or Debrief

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Who does the SARC work for

The vice wing commander

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Who provides support, liaison services, and care to the victim in a sexual assault

The victim advocate

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What type of sexual assault reporting provides the victim with confidentiality

Restricted reporting

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Who is not eligible to make a restricted report

Reserves not active-duty retired members and dependents

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Who may receive restricted reports

Only SARCs, VAs, healthcare providers

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Who is notified and within how many hours of a restricted report being filed

Vice wing commander within 24 hours

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What six pieces of information are provided from the SARC to the vice Wing Commander on a restricted report

When, Time of day, on or off installation, number of assailants, number of victims, nature of assault

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Is misconduct in relation to a sexual assault punishable on the victim

Yes