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Risk management has how many steps

5
-identify the hazards
-assess the hazards
-develop risk controls and make decisions
-implement controls
-supervise and evaluate

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Plan of instruction (POI) part 1
BMT Risk Mitigation

Where hazard that could cause mission degradation, illness, injury, or system damage is outlined

3

BMT RM Checklist Card

Guide to quickly assess risk associated within the training environment

4

Flag conditions are directed by the -

Wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT)

5

5 flag conditions

White 78-81.9
Green 82-84.9
Yellow 85-87.9
Red 88-89.9
Black 90 +

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Heat cramps ; heat syncope

Fainting from heat

Muscle cramps

-remove from training, rest in shade/cool area, provide fluids, stretch cramped muscles

7

Heat exhaustion

Weakness, nausea or vomiting, muscle cramps or spasms, cold pale clammy skin, agitated or disoriented, intense thirst

8

Heat stroke

Cooling system stops working.

Brain or organ damage may result.
Loss of consciousness, or victim suddenly collapses.
Unusual behavior, high body temp, red face or skin, weak, wet or dry skin, rapid pulse.

Get medical help.

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Emergency management:

3-5 min steady tone

Storm, tornado, flood, wildfire

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Emergency management:

3-5 wavering tone

War- attack is imminent or all clear

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Emergency management:

Voice announcements

All clear

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Risk management:

Accepts no unnecessary risk

Meet all mission requirements while exposing personnel and resources to the lowest acceptable risk

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Make risk decision at the appropriate level

Allocate the resources to the risk or eliminate the hazard and implement controls

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Integrate RM into operations, activities, and planning at all levels

Dedicate time and resources to integrate RM principles into planning, operational processes and day to day activities

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Apply process cyclically and continuously

RM is a continuous process applied across the full spectrum of military training and operations, base operations functions and day to day activities and events both on and off duty

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Single column or persons one behind the other

File

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Single file of persons side by side

Rank

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Extreme right or left side of formation in an line or column

Flank

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Space occupied by unit from flank to flank

Front

Front of individual is 22 inches

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Total space from front to rear of formation

Depth

Depth of individual is 12 inches

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Center

On an odd numbered front the center is the center person or element

On an even numbered front the center is the right center person or element

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The Airmen designated to regulate direction and rate of march

Guide

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Element which movement is planned, regulated, or aligned

Base file

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Alignment side by side or
in line maintaining proper interval

Dress

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Individuals one behind the other while maintaining proper distance

Cover

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Space between individuals placed side by side

Interval

Close interval- 4 inches

Normal interval- arms distance

27

Distance

Space from front to rear between units.

Distance between individuals in formation is 40 inches measured from chests to the back of person in front of them

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AFMAN 36-2203

Drill and Ceremonies

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Formation

Arrangement of units in any prescribed manner

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Unit

A portion of the formation

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Element

At least 3 but usually 8-12 persons

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Flight

Two or more elements

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Squadron

Two or more flights

34

Group

Two or more squadrons

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Column

Units side by side

Guide and element leaders to the very front

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Inverted column

Units side by side.

Guide and element leaders in the rear

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Line

Units one behind the other

Guide and element leaders to the extreme right flank of the formation

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Inverted line

Units one begins the other

Guide and element leaders to the extreme left flank of the formation

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Side step

12 inches from heels

Step directly to right or left

40

Half step

12 inches

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Pace

24 inches
Length of full step in quick time

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Double time

30 inch step

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Quick time

Marching 100 - 120 steps per minute (12-24 in length)

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Double time

Marching 180 steps per minute

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Preparatory

Tells what the movement is

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Execution

Tells when the movement is to be carried out

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Combined

When the preparatory and execution commands are given as one command

48

Supplementary

Given when one unit must execute a different movement as the rest of the other units

"Column of files from the right"

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Informational

No preparatory or command of execution and are not supplementary

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Mass

Commands given in unison by all members of a formation

51

Full-Range Leadership model, 3 types of leadership styles

Transactional - task oriented, rewards for performance, PROMOTES COMPLIANCE, easiest

Transformational - emotional, inspirational, difficult PROMOTES COMMITMENT

Laissez Faire - hands off, confidence and trust in followers, PROMOTES CONFIDENCE

52

Contingent reward

Telling trainees what they need to do to win PT excellence

53

When training for success what must training in BMT consist of?

- excellent instruction
- skill building opportunities, rehearsal
- application
- review of performance

"Train in" not "Screen out"

54

Which instructions define professional conduct and relationships?

AFI 36-2909 Professional and Unprofessional Relationships

AETCI 36-2909 Recruiting, Education and Training Standards of Conduct

AETCI 36-2741 Technical and Basic Military Training Development

37 TRW and 737 TRW Supplements and OI's

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Physical Maltreatment

Physical cruelty described in Article 93 Cruelty and Maltreatment

Article 128 Assault

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Verbal Maltreatment

Language that degrades, belittles, maliciously embarrasses or slanders an individual or group

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Maltraining

Not designed to meet the training objectives

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Purpose of Motivational Training (MT) Tool:

Provides negative consequences for undesired behavior

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DD Form 2982 Recruiter/Trainer Prohibited Activities Acknowledgement

Must sign and annually certify

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Unprofessional Relationship

No social contact prior to them reporting and 180 days after completing technical training

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Fraternization

Unprofessional and officer specific offense under Article 134

62

Dorm off limits to opposite sex hours:

Before 0600
After 2030

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Sexual harassment

Unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct or sexual nature

64

Sexual Assault

"Umbrella" term
Includes sex-related offenses

Actual or attempted sexual relations