AS-4100Lessons 4, 17 & 19<br />Substance Abuse CBT<br />Total Force<br />USAF Major Commands<br />Lt Col Wayne Doherty<br ...
Overview<br />- LLAB & AEF PT 3 up/3 down <br />- Substance Abuse CBT and DUI<br /><ul><li>REAL Immediate Leadership Chall...
Attention to Detail Lessons vs. “How Cool is That?”
What do you want to discuss tonight???</li></li></ul><li>Substance Abuse Control Program- Why Important?- What Role Do Lea...
Total Force<br />
Total Force<br /><ul><li>Evolved as official policy in 1970s
Aug 1970 -- The Total Force Concept was announced by Secretary of Defense Laird
Aug 1973 -- SECDEF James Schlesinger elevated the Total Force Concept to the Total Force Policy
Objective:
 integrate Active and Reserve forces
 in the most cost-effective manner possible
 maintain as small an active peacetime force as commitments permit.</li></li></ul><li>Total ForceCost Effectiveness for th...
 Only consumes 8.3 % of DoD budget</li></li></ul><li>Cost Effectiveness AFR<br />Total Air Force Budget<br />Reserve Budge...
Cost Effectiveness ANG<br />Total Air Force Budget<br />ANG Budget 7%<br />Air Force Combat Capability<br />Supplied by AN...
Reserve Categories<br /><ul><li>Ready Reserve – Combat ready; deploy in 72 hours
Selected Reserve
Individual Ready Reserve
Standby Reserve
Retired Reserve
Inactive National Guard</li></li></ul><li>Air National GuardDual Mission - Plus<br /><ul><li>State
Protect Life and Property
Peace and Order
Civil Defense
 Federal
Support USAF Missions
Train for Wartime
Community Role:  To participate in local, state, and national programs that add value to America</li></li></ul><li>Air Nat...
<ul><li> Drill Status (Traditional) Guardsmen
75% of force
Enlist for 6 years
One unit training assembly (UTA) a month
15 days annual training</li></ul>National Guard Personnel<br />
National Guard Personnel<br /><ul><li>Full time Guardsmen
25% of total Guard force
Air Technicians
 Full-time Civil Service employees
Active (Duty) Guard personnel
 Same areas as Technicians, but full benefits
Active Duty Component personnel
 AF personnel assigned to Guard units (advisors)
Active Duty for Training
 Traditional Guardsmen temporarily on AD for training</li></li></ul><li>Secretary of the Air Force<br />Chief of Staff, Ai...
Satellite Space Operations<br />AFR<br />ANG<br />Active Duty<br />USAF SNAP SHOT…Jul-Sep 2003<br />
Bombers<br />AFR<br />ANG<br />Active Duty<br />Ex:  B-1,  B-52,  B-2<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
Fighters<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex:  F-15,  F-16, OA-10, A-10, F-22, F117  <br />Total Force Briefing Jan...
Strategic Airlift<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex:  C-5, C-141, C-17<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
Tankers<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex:  KC-10, KC-135, HC-130<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
Rescue<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: HC-130, HH-60<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
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Lessons 4,17,19 Substance Abuse,Total Force And Majco Ms Doherty 6 Oct 09

  1. 1. AS-4100Lessons 4, 17 & 19<br />Substance Abuse CBT<br />Total Force<br />USAF Major Commands<br />Lt Col Wayne Doherty<br />6 Oct 09<br />
  2. 2. Overview<br />- LLAB & AEF PT 3 up/3 down <br />- Substance Abuse CBT and DUI<br /><ul><li>REAL Immediate Leadership Challenge</li></ul>- Total Force <br />- USAF Major Commands<br />- AF Topic of Your Choice (10 min) <br /><ul><li>Recommendations for Living Arrangements as 2d Lts
  3. 3. Attention to Detail Lessons vs. “How Cool is That?”
  4. 4. What do you want to discuss tonight???</li></li></ul><li>Substance Abuse Control Program- Why Important?- What Role Do Leaders Play? “DCR”Any AFROTC Applicability?<br />
  5. 5. Total Force<br />
  6. 6. Total Force<br /><ul><li>Evolved as official policy in 1970s
  7. 7. Aug 1970 -- The Total Force Concept was announced by Secretary of Defense Laird
  8. 8. Aug 1973 -- SECDEF James Schlesinger elevated the Total Force Concept to the Total Force Policy
  9. 9. Objective:
  10. 10. integrate Active and Reserve forces
  11. 11. in the most cost-effective manner possible
  12. 12. maintain as small an active peacetime force as commitments permit.</li></li></ul><li>Total ForceCost Effectiveness for the DOD<br /><ul><li>Provides 50% of total US military force
  13. 13. Only consumes 8.3 % of DoD budget</li></li></ul><li>Cost Effectiveness AFR<br />Total Air Force Budget<br />Reserve Budget 4%<br />Air Force Combat Capability<br />Supplied by Reserve 20%<br />
  14. 14. Cost Effectiveness ANG<br />Total Air Force Budget<br />ANG Budget 7%<br />Air Force Combat Capability<br />Supplied by ANG 14%<br />
  15. 15. Reserve Categories<br /><ul><li>Ready Reserve – Combat ready; deploy in 72 hours
  16. 16. Selected Reserve
  17. 17. Individual Ready Reserve
  18. 18. Standby Reserve
  19. 19. Retired Reserve
  20. 20. Inactive National Guard</li></li></ul><li>Air National GuardDual Mission - Plus<br /><ul><li>State
  21. 21. Protect Life and Property
  22. 22. Peace and Order
  23. 23. Civil Defense
  24. 24. Federal
  25. 25. Support USAF Missions
  26. 26. Train for Wartime
  27. 27. Community Role: To participate in local, state, and national programs that add value to America</li></li></ul><li>Air NationalGuard<br />State<br />Governor<br />State Adjutant General<br />State Army Units<br />State Air Units<br />
  28. 28. <ul><li> Drill Status (Traditional) Guardsmen
  29. 29. 75% of force
  30. 30. Enlist for 6 years
  31. 31. One unit training assembly (UTA) a month
  32. 32. 15 days annual training</li></ul>National Guard Personnel<br />
  33. 33. National Guard Personnel<br /><ul><li>Full time Guardsmen
  34. 34. 25% of total Guard force
  35. 35. Air Technicians
  36. 36. Full-time Civil Service employees
  37. 37. Active (Duty) Guard personnel
  38. 38. Same areas as Technicians, but full benefits
  39. 39. Active Duty Component personnel
  40. 40. AF personnel assigned to Guard units (advisors)
  41. 41. Active Duty for Training
  42. 42. Traditional Guardsmen temporarily on AD for training</li></li></ul><li>Secretary of the Air Force<br />Chief of Staff, Air Force<br />Commander<br />Air Force Reserve Command<br />Air Reserve Personnel Center<br />Denver. CO <br />22d Air Force<br />Dobbins ARB, GA<br />4th Air Force<br />March AFB, CA<br />10th Air Force<br /> NAS JRB Ft Worth, TX<br />Air Force Reserves<br />
  43. 43. Satellite Space Operations<br />AFR<br />ANG<br />Active Duty<br />USAF SNAP SHOT…Jul-Sep 2003<br />
  44. 44. Bombers<br />AFR<br />ANG<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: B-1, B-52, B-2<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  45. 45. Fighters<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: F-15, F-16, OA-10, A-10, F-22, F117 <br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  46. 46. Strategic Airlift<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: C-5, C-141, C-17<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  47. 47. Tankers<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: KC-10, KC-135, HC-130<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  48. 48. Rescue<br />ANG<br />AFR<br />Active Duty<br />Ex: HC-130, HH-60<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  49. 49. Theater Airlift<br />ANG<br />Active Duty<br />AFR<br />Ex: C-130 <br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  50. 50. Air Defense<br />ANG<br />Examples: F-15, F-16<br />Total Force Briefing Jan 2005<br />
  51. 51. Weather Recon<br />AFR<br />Ex: WC-130<br />Airman Magazine, The Book 2006<br />
  52. 52. Full Mobilization<br /><ul><li>Gives access to the full Ready Reserve
  53. 53. Requires a declaration of war or national emergency by Congress
  54. 54. Duration of Conflict plus 6 months</li></li></ul><li>Partial Mobilization<br /><ul><li>1,000,000 members of the Ready Reserve
  55. 55. Up to 24 months
  56. 56. President must declare a national emergency</li></li></ul><li>Presidential Selected Reserve Call-Up<br /><ul><li>Up to 200,000 personnel
  57. 57. Up to 270 days
  58. 58. President must notify Congress</li></li></ul><li>Volunteers<br /><ul><li> Provide the majority of personnel in times of war and peace</li></li></ul><li>Increasing Tempo<br />1953-1990<br />(38 YEARS)<br />1991-2003<br />(12 YEARS)<br />60/38<br />10/10<br />*For AFR/ANG<br />077<br />
  59. 59. A Balanced Lifestyle<br />Typical Civilian<br /><ul><li>Vacation
  60. 60. Sick Leave
  61. 61. Weekends
  62. 62. Holidays</li></ul>144<br />221<br />Work = 221 Days<br />Play = 144 Days<br />058<br />
  63. 63. Reservists Support Commitments<br />84<br />Play = 84 Days<br />281<br />Work = 221 Days<br />Support = 60 Days<br />059<br />
  64. 64. Aircrew Commitments<br />21<br />Play = 21 Days<br />344<br />Work = 221 Days<br />Aircrew = 123 Days<br />060<br />
  65. 65. Points to Remember...<br /><ul><li>Reserve Categories
  66. 66. Ready Reserves
  67. 67. Standby
  68. 68. Retired
  69. 69. Chain of Command
  70. 70. ANG vs AFRC
  71. 71. Accessibility
  72. 72. Full/Partial Mobilization
  73. 73. Presidential Selected Reserve Call-up
  74. 74. Volunteers</li></li></ul><li>
  75. 75.
  76. 76. USAF MAJCOMs<br /><ul><li>AFSOC
  77. 77. AFSPC
  78. 78. AMC
  79. 79. PACAF
  80. 80. USAFE</li></ul>ACC<br />AETC<br />AFGSC<br />AFMC<br />AFRC<br />
  81. 81. Major Commands<br />ACC is Air Combat Command<br />Headquarters is Langley AFB, VA<br />Mission: Air Combat Command is the primary force provider of combat airpower to America&apos;s warfighting commands. To support global implementation of national security strategy, ACC operates fighter, bomber, reconnaissance, battle-management and electronic-combat aircraft. It also provides command, control, communications and intelligence systems, and conducts global information operations.As a force provider, ACC organizes, trains, equips and maintains combat-ready forces for rapid deployment and employment while ensuring strategic air defense forces are ready to meet the challenges of peacetime air sovereignty and wartime air defense. ACC numbered air forces provide the air component to U.S. Central and Southern Commands with Headquarters ACC serving as the air component to U.S. Northern and Joint Forces Commands. ACC also augments forces to U.S. European, Pacific and Strategic Commands.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.acc.af.mil/units/<br />
  82. 82. Major Commands<br />AETC is Air Education and Training Command<br />Headquarters is Randolph AFB, TX<br />Mission: AETC&apos;s mission is to develop America&apos;s Airmen today... for tomorrow.AETC was established July 1, 1993, with the realignment of Air Training Command and Air University. AETC&apos;s role makes it the first command to touch the life of almost every Air Force member. <br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.aetc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  83. 83. Major Commands<br />AFGSC is Air Force Global Strike Command<br />Headquarters is Barksdale AFB, LA<br />Mission: The mission of the command is to implement the Secretary of the Air Force&apos;s and the Chief of Staff of the Air Force&apos;s decision to establish Air Force Global Strike Command - a single major command focused on and dedicated to the nuclear and conventional global strike mission - a key component of strategic deterrence. This organizational construct will clearly align Intercontinental Ballistic Missile and dual-mission capable bomber forces under a single command and demonstrate a visible commitment to the global strike mission while taking full advantage of the existing Air Force field organizational structure. Air Force Global Strike Command will be responsible for organizing, training and equipping ICBM forces, B-2 and B-52 bomber forces, and other deterrence capabilities to conduct operations.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.afgsc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  84. 84. Major Commands<br />AFMC is Air Force Material Command<br />Headquarters is Wright-Patterson AFB, OH<br />Mission: AFMC delivers war-winning expeditionary capabilities to the warfighter through development and transition of technology, professional acquisition management, exacting test and evaluation, and world-class sustainmentof all Air Force weapon systems. From cradle-to-grave, AFMC provides the work force and infrastructure necessary to ensure the United States remains the world&apos;s most respected Air and Space Force.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.afmc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  85. 85. Major Commands<br />AFSOC is Air Force Special Ops Command<br />Headquarters is Hurlburt Field, FL<br />Mission: America’s specialized air power…a step ahead in a changing world, delivering special operations combat power anytime, anywhere.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www2.afsoc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  86. 86. Major Commands<br />AFSPC is Air Force Space Command<br />Headquarters is Peterson AFB, CO<br />Mission: Provide an integrated constellation of space and cyberspace capabilities at the speed of need.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.afspc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  87. 87. Major Commands<br />AMC is Air Mobility Command<br />Headquarters is Scott AFB, IL<br />Mission: To provide airlift, air refueling, special air mission, and aeromedical evacuation for U.S. forces, and to provide forces to theater commands to support wartime tasking<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.amc.af.mil/index.asp<br />
  88. 88. Major Commands<br />PACAF is Pacific Air Forces<br />Headquarters is Hickam AFB, HI<br />Mission: PACAF&apos;s primary mission is to provide U.S. Pacific Command integrated expeditionary Air Force capabilities to defend the Homeland, promote stability, dissuade/deter aggression, and swiftly defeat enemies. <br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.pacaf.af.mil/<br />
  89. 89. Major Commands<br />USAFE is United States Air Forces in Europe<br />Headquarters is Ramstein AB, Germany<br />Mission: As the air component for U.S. European Command (EUCOM), USAFE directs air operations in a theater spanning three continents, covering more than eight million square miles, containing 51 independent states, and possessing one-eighth of the world&apos;s population and about one-fourth of the world&apos;s Gross Domestic Product.<br />Facts<br />Leadership<br />Organizations<br />http://www.usafe.af.mil/<br />
  90. 90. Air Force Team<br />Global Vigilance, Reach & Power<br />Active Duty<br /> Air Force<br />Air Force<br /> Reserve<br />Air National<br /> Guard<br />
  91. 91. Summary<br />- LLAB & AEF PT 3 up/3 down <br />- Substance Abuse CBT and DUI<br /><ul><li>REAL Immediate Leadership Challenge</li></ul>- Total Force <br />- USAF Major Commands<br />-AF Topics of Your/My Choice <br /><ul><li>Recommendations for Living Arrangements as 2d Lts
  92. 92. Attention to Detail Lessons vs. “How Cool is That?”
  93. 93. What ELSE do you want to discuss tonight???</li></li></ul><li>For Next Class<br />Prepare for Lesson 20 on 13 Oct 09<br />International Studies – South Asia<br />Small Groups responsible for 5 minute Briefings<br />Topics listed on Page 228 of Text (Let’s Split Up)<br />Corresponding Bullet Background Papers Due as well<br />Career Day/PFA on 13 Oct 09<br />Complete Take-Home Exam<br />Will be posted NLT tomorrow, 7 Oct 09 at 1200L to Blackboard and Emailed<br />
  94. 94. Questions?<br />

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