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What is the process of the redeployment process?

The positive and sustained care, control and discipline of each Airman.


How does the redeployment support process ensure personnel readiness throughout the Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) cycle?

By providing timely support for members and their families. (It is an ongoing process, not a homecoming event.)


The redeployment support process provides continuous, integrated support from the ___ to home station to assist the transition from the deployed environment to family life and the work site.

Area of responsibility (AOR).


How does a lengthy break from the deployment environment help members?

It improves their psychological and physical status and provides time to tend to personal needs.


Each ____ establishes and publishes personnel recovery policies (leave, passes, attribution and retention) for returning combat forces.



The redeployment support process requires quickly reconstituting forces to their full combat capabilities. (T/F)



In the redeployment support process, levels of consumables are restored and lost ____ is recovered during reconstitution.



What variables do bases and unit consider when planning their reconstitution needs?

1) The magnitude, duration and intensity of the crisis; 2) consumption rates; and 3) the type of deployment locate (fixed versus austere base).


Which personnel are considered in the redeployment support process?

All those deployed to a(n) 1) Area of Responsibility (AOR); 2) CONUS location in support of contingencies; and 3) remote assignment.


What key factors determine redeployment support process participation?

1) Lengthy family separate; and 2) significant family-related stressors prior to redeployment.


What helping agencies support redeployed Regular Air Force, ANG, AFR, civilian personnel, family members and unit during the AEF cycle?

Community Action Information Board (CAIB) and Integrated Delivery System (IDS).


Readjustment from duty in the AOR requires structured ____ time and activities for members and their families prior to leave or TDY.



What does the redeployment support process timeline provide?

A template for commander responses and action, and Community Action Information Board (CAIB) and Integrated Delivery System (IDS) members' activities at the critical redeployment , recovery, reconstitution and spin-up/deployment junctions.


With regard to Community Action Information Board (CAIB) and Integrated Delivery System (IDS) agencies, the ____ online is your critical source of deployment information, and education and training.

Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF).


In the Air and Space Expeditionary Force (AEF) cycle, personal reediness begins ____ and develops the reception station.



Personnel readiness establishes procedures that ensures members returning from deployment are incorporated into what?

Installation reconstitution planning and the installation deployment plan.


When do returning units and individuals in process with the personnel readiness function?

Within two duty days of redeployment day.


When will the personnel readiness function update the date of return to home station for all deployed individuals in the deliberate and crisis action planning and execution segments?

On the date of notification of return.


At home station post-deployment, ____ service members provide follow-up support, reintegration and reunion ministries, and other programs to strengthen family and individuals spiritual health.

Chaplain. (Services at AFR command wings are coordinate with the reserve wing deployment support program POC.)


What does the Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC)provide?

Mobility and deployment assistance to single and married DoD personnel and families to reduce stress, deal with separation and reintegration, increase morale and unit cohesion, and support operational readiness.


What document describes Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) services?

AFI 36-3009, Airmen and Family Readiness Centers


Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) use electronic media and hard copies to help develop ____ educational material.

Reintegration. (They also provide materials support to chaplain and mental health services in the AOR.)


In addition to providing one-on-one counseling and support for families of single Airmen, what does the Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) staff do during deployment?

They 1) provide tailored support to commanders, units and families; 2) help local school authorities and teachers understand the unique stress on children of deployed military members; 3) provide deployment support programs; and 4) distribute commercial, printed materials addressing deployment.


Post-deployment assistance and pre-deployment activities are linked. (T/F)

True. (Particularly early intervention to educate families, single members and units on concerns related to reintegration and reunion.)


The Airmen and Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) staff operates independently from the Community Action Information Board (CAIB) and Integrated Delivery System (IDS) agencies. (T/F)

False. (They collaborate to ensure smooth family reunions.)


What needs do the force support squadron and family member program protocols fill?

Increased childcare needs during contingencies and the AEF cycle.


Members and their families must be physically fit and of ____ mind and body to enhance mission accomplishment.


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