Flashcards in Set A Vol 1 UREs Deck (114)
Which career field subdivision loads nuclear and nonnuclear air-to-air munitions, explosives,
and propellant devices on aircraft?
Which career field subdivision is responsible for the overall maintenance of nuclear
weapons, major components, and related equipment such as test and handling equipment?
What steps must you take first to become a top manager of the munitions systems specialty?
Complete basic training, be assigned to the career field, and complete technical school.
What security clearance must you have for 2X0X1?
Reaching the 7-skill level signifies advancement from a journeyman to a
Which minimum grade must be reached to be a superintendent?
Which meeting is scheduled to revise or change the Career Field Education and Training
Utilization and Training Workshop
Which Air Force Base is the Utilization and Training Workshop normally held?
Which course must be completed for a craftsman to be upgraded to a superintendent?
Air Force Combat Ammunitions Center Combat Ammunition Planning and Production Course
as an (SNCO).
Where can you find general skill level training requirements and career path progression information?
Part 1 of the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP)
What is the most used section of the CFETP for upgrade training?
The specialty training standard
Who chairs the annual worldwide munitions managers’ conference?
Air Staff personnel
Which agency is a tactical echelon that provides operational leadership and supervision directly under the MAJCOM level command?
Numbered Air Force
Which agency reviews the availability and allocation forecast and develops a call-forward
schedule according to mission planning, storage capacity, and munitions requirements?
Major command (MAJCOM).
Which ammunition control point provides direct support to smaller geographic areas within
Which command has cradle-to-grave responsibility of a weapon system?
Air Force Materiel Command.
Which organization has the mission to execute product support and supply management for AF munitions and related assets?
Air Force Global Ammunition Control Point.
Which type of wing performs the primary mission of the base and usually maintains and
operates the base?
Which type of wing often provides functional support rather than an operational mission?
Which type of wing does a training wing represent?
Who must select and appoint munitions inspectors?
Munitions supervision personnel.
Who appoints in writing personnel authorized to process, ship, and receive arms, ammo and explosives(AA&E)?
Who must enforce the strict use of technical orders and pertinent publications during all
Munitions flight section chiefs
Which element within the production section processes/certifies munitions residue from
flightline and demilitarization operations for turn-in?
Conventional munitions maintenance.
Which element within the production section inspects and tests assigned missiles?
Precision guided munitions maintenance
Which section within the munitions flight plans, schedules, controls, and directs all
Which element within the system section develops munitions deployments plans in
coordination with munitions supervision?
Combat plans and mobility and training.
Which element within the system section plans and arranges the maintenance of live, inert,
and dummy munitions and support equipment?
Munitions plans and scheduling
Which munitions element within the material section maintains and validates accountable
and auditable records?