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Ensure civilian losses are proportionate to military advantages sought.

Proportionality, principal of LOAC

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Principal of unnecessary suffering. Prohibits employment of any kind degree of force not necessary for purposes war

LOAC principle: humanity (hollow point bullets)

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Demands a certain amount of fairness in offense and defense and a certain Mutual respect and trust between opposing forces

LOAC principal: chivalry (white flag)

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Any person who engages in violent acts on behalf of the state party to an armed conflict

Combatant

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Protected persons such as chaplains and medical personnel

Noncombatants

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An individual who is not authorized by state that is party to a conflict to take part in hostilities but does so anyway

Unlawful combatant

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The commission of illegal acts that under the circumstances maybe justified as a last resort to are put an end to illegal acts committed first by the adversary.

Reprisal

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Who authorizes reprisal

The president

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AFI 51-401

AFI that handles possible LOAC violation

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This exists if a hostile act is committed or hostile intent is demonstrated against US forces or other designated persons or property

Military necessity

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This dictates that in self-defense US forces may only use the amount of force and necessary to decisively counter a hostile act or a demonstration of hostile intent

Proportionality

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Code of conduct training level that applies to everyone

Level A

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Code of conduct training level that addresses moderate risk of capture

Level B

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Code of conduct training level that addresses aircrew and special mission forces

Level C

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Which president published the first code of conduct

Dwight D Eisenhower

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Who amended the code of conduct for gender-neutral language

Ronald W. Reagan

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I am an American. Prepared to give my life.

Article I

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I will never surrender of my own free will

Article II

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If I am captured

Article III

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If I become a prisoner of war

Article IV

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When questioned

Article V

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I will never forget

Article VI

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Provide guidance to Air Force personnel on standards of conduct

DoDD 5500.7 and 5500.7-R

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Honesty, integrity, loyalty, accountability, fairness, caring, respect, promise keeping, responsible citizenship, pursuit of excellence

Ethical values

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AFI that governs professional and unprofessional relationships

AFI 36-2909

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Fraternization is specifically prohibited in the MCM and punishable under

Article 134 of UCMJ

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Personal financial responsibility is governed by which AFI

AFI 36-2906

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AFI that governs gifts from foreign governments

AFI 51-901

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Gifts with a retail value of what? Must be reported within how many days?

$335 and 60 days

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What is the aggregate market value of a gift a subordinate can get a supervisor

$10 or less, not to exceed a total of $300

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DoDD 1344.10, AFI 51-902

Political activities

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Responsible for administering the uniformed and overseas citizens absentee voting act

DoD federal voting assistance program

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AFJI 31-213

Off-limits action

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Military personnel must reject participation in what type of organizations

Those that espouse supremacist causes

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Members who participate in prohibited activity can be punished under what article of the UCMJ

92

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AFI 35-101

Governs public statement

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AFPD 90-2

Establishes the overall purpose of the Air Force inspection system

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Who does the inspector general report to

The secretary of the Air Force Chief of Staff of the Air Force

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The unit receives an overall unsatisfactory within how many days must they be reinspected

90

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How often are HSI's conducted

Every three years

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Monitors and deconflicts the type and amount of evaluation activity in Air Force units

Gatekeepers

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Provides authoritative guidance and information to commanders, inspectors general, inspectors, and Air Force supervisors and leaders at all levels of command

TIG brief

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Occurs when a responsible management official takes an unfavorable personal action or withholds favorable personal action to retaliate

Reprisal

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10 U.S.C. Section 1034

States that a member cannot be restricted from making lawful communication with IG or a member of Congress

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When can a supervisor or commander coerce members to voluntarily seek mental health evaluation

Never AFI 44-109

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AF IMT 102 & AFI 90-301

Procedures for filing an IG complaint

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IG complainers must file within how many days of learning of the wrong

60

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Must be included in a UIF

Article 15 punishment of more than a month, court-martial conviction, civilian conviction resulting in confinement of 1+ year, placement on the control roster

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AFI 36–2907

UIF program

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How long can an individual remain on a control roster

No more than six consecutive months

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AF IMT 174

Letter of counseling

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More severe than an LOC or RIC and used to document an infraction serious enough to warrant it

Letter of admonishment

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More severe than an LOC or LOA and indicates a stronger degree of official censure

LOR

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Who may demote Master sergeant and below

Group or equivalent level commander

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Who may demote Senior Master Sergeant and Chief Master Sergeants

MAJCOM, FOA, and DRU commanders

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Appellate authority for demotions lower than Master Sergeant

Next level commander above the group commander.

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Appellate authority for demotions for Senior Master Sergeant and Chief Master Sergeant

Air Force Vice Chief of Staff

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Levels of service characterization of members administratively discharged

Honorable, under honorable conditions (general), or under other than honorable conditions

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AFI 36-3208

Administrative separation of airmen

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Is the primary source of our military law

The Constitution

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When did the UC MJ become effective and who enacted it

31 May 1951 and Congress along with Pres. Harry S Truman

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Establishes rules for evidence, procedure, and maximum punishment

MCM

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Article 31 of UCMJ

Prevent self-incrimination

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The act of taking a person into custody

Apprehension

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Imposing moral or physical restraint on a persons liberty before and during offense disposition

Pretrial restraint

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Imposed directing a person to do or refrain from doing specified acts

Conditions on liberty

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Imposes restraint on a person to remain within specified limits, but is less severe than arrest

Restrictions in lieu of arrest

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Moral restraint; no physical restraint is exercised to prevent a person from breaking arrest

Arrest

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Physical restraint, such as imprisonment in confinement facility

Confinement

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Article 15 of UCMJ

Authorizes nonjudicial punishment

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Offense which maximum sentence imposable would not include a dishonorable discharge or confinement for more than a year

Minor offense

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AF form 3070A

AB-TSgt

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AF form 3070B

MSgt-CMSgt

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AF form 3070 C

Officers

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Up to seven days correctional custody, reduction in grade 4 staff sergeants and below, reduction in pay for seven days, 14 days restriction or extra duty

Lieut. or Capt.

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30 days correctional custody, de motion of one grade 4 TSgt and below, one half of one month pay for two months, 60 days restriction, 45 days extra duty

Major

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The demotion of Master Sergeant and below in addition to those imposed by majors

Lieut. Col. and above

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The LOAC principle of _____, expanding hollow point bullets and those type of weapons are banned in combat by treaties as causing unnecessary suffering

Superfluous injury

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The LOAC principle of ____ requires attacks to be limited to military objectives

Military necessity

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Article _____ of the US Constitution states that treaty obligations of the US are the supreme law of the land

VI

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The ______ arises from a desire among civilized nations' humanitarian desire to lessen the effects of conflict

LOAC

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Civilians who plant improvised explosive devices are

Unlawful combatants

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The LOAC principle of ______ must take into consideration the extent of civilian destruction needed to accomplish the military objectiv

Proportionality

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According to the LOAC, enemy acft may be attacked and destroyed.

Whenever found, unless in neutral airspace or clearly disabled and lost its means of combat.

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The _____ outlines the obligations military members have to country, service, unit, and fellow Americans

Code of conduct

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The code of conduct was first published by President Dwight D. Eisenhower on 17 Aug

1955

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In support of Article II of the code of conduct, the means to resist or evade are considered exhausted when

Further fighting would lead to death with no significant loss to the enemy

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President _____ amended the Code of Conduct with language that is gender - neutral

Ronald Reagan

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In the code of conduct, article ____ states that, if captured, a military member will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape

III

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Under article III of the code of conduct, the captured fighting member should accept neither

Parole nor special favors from the enemy

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The code of conduct contains ____ articles, in order to deal with the chief concerns of Americans in combat

Six

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A promise by a POW to a captor to fulfill certain conditions, such as agreeing neither to escape nor to fight again once released, in return for such favors as relief or physical bondage or improved food and living conditions is known as

Parole

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Article ____ in the code of conduct states that military members will make no oral or written statements disloyal to our country and its allies or harmful to their cause

V

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In POW camp, the senior member cannot

Avoid the obligation to assume command

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Upon repatriation, POW's can expect a review which serves to

Recognize meritorious conduct and possible misconduct

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The LOAC principle of ______ must take into consideration the extent of civilian destruction needed to accomplish the military objective

Proportionality

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According to the LOAC, enemy aircraft may be attacked and destroyed.

Wherever found, unless in neutral airspace or clearly disabled and lost its means of combat

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The ____ outlines the obligations military members have to country, service, unit, and fellow Americans

Code of conduct

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The code of conduct was first published by president Eisenhower on 17 august

1955

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In support of Article II of the code of conduct, the means to resist or evade are considered exhausted when

Further fighting would lead to death with no significant loss to the enemy

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President ___ amended the code of conduct with language that is gender - neutral.

Ronald Reagan

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The forthright offering of unrequited information is considered

Candor

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Although limited social association between officers and airmen is encouraged when it contributes to meeting mission objectives, their association should not

Interfere with supervisory responsibilities

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The individual with the prime responsibility for maintaining the professionalism of a relationship is the

Senior member

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If a complaint has been received by your commander about your financial responsibilities, the commander has ____ days to process it

15

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The personal financial management program provides refresher education to all ____ and below upon arrival at a new installation

E-4's

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All air force military and civilian personnel must report gifts from foreign governments of more than ____ within 60 days

$305

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Failure to report gifts can result in a fine of

$5,000 plus amount of gift

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A military member ______ campaign as a nominee or as a candidate for nomination to an elect office

May not