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21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Personnel Readiness and Mobilization (Air Force Handbook 10-416 22) - ANGUS, USAFR, Callup
     

21st Century U.S. Military Documents: Personnel Readiness and Mobilization (Air Force Handbook 10-416 22) - ANGUS, USAFR, Callup

by Progressive Management
 

Mobilization encompasses all activities necessary for the orderly transition of active and ANGUS/USAFR forces from a peacetime to wartime posture. The War and Mobilization Plan, Volume 6 (WMP-VI), covers transitioning the industrial base from a normal state of peacetime preparedness to wartime production postures (also see Joint Pub 1-02).

Purpose of

Overview

Mobilization encompasses all activities necessary for the orderly transition of active and ANGUS/USAFR forces from a peacetime to wartime posture. The War and Mobilization Plan, Volume 6 (WMP-VI), covers transitioning the industrial base from a normal state of peacetime preparedness to wartime production postures (also see Joint Pub 1-02).

Purpose of Mobilization Planning. The means by which organizations charged with mobilization responsibilities define policies and document procedures to accomplish tasks.

Chapter 1 * GENERAL INFORMATION AND PURPOSE * 1.1. General Information on Mobilization * 1.2. Purpose of Mobilization Planning * 1.3. Testing Mobilization Procedures * 1.4. Terms Used in This Handbook * Chapter 2 * MOBILIZATION PLAN RESPONSIBILITIES * 2.1. Mobilization Plans Detail Responsibilities and Procedures * 2.2. Air Force Component Commanders * 2.3. Major Commands * 2.4. Air Force Installations * 2.5. The ANGUS/USAFR Wing or Group Commander * 2.6. Unit Mobilization Plans * Chapter 3 * ACTIVATION * 3.1. General Descriptions, Types of Activation, and Planning * 3.2. Activation Authorities * 3.3. The ANGUS/USAFR Access Process * 3.4. Responsibilities, Requirements, and Resource Planning * Chapter 4 * ANGUS/USAFR ACCESS ACTIONS * 4.1. Execution * 4.2. Personnel * 4.3. Volunteerism * Chapter 5 * PRESIDENTIAL SELECTED RESERVE CALLUP AUTHORITY (10 USC 673b) * 5.1. Implementation * 5.2. AD Location * 5.3. Unit Manning * 5.4. Operational Control/Administrative Control * 5.5. Change in Statutory Authority * Chapter 6 * ORDERING MEMBERS TO AD * 6.1. Procedures for Requesting Activation/ Mobilization of ANGUS/USAFR * 6.2. Reporting Requirements * 6.3. Failure To Report * 6.4. Transportation and Advance of Pay and Travel Allowances * 6.5. General Officers * 6.6. Members on AD in Support of the ANGUS/USAFR * 6.7. Changes in Unit Membership * 6.8. Operational Control/Administrative Control * 6.9. Processing to AD * 6.10. MPF Support for Activated and Nonactivated Personnel * 6.11. Unit Requirements * 6.12. AD Orders * 6.13. Sanctuary for ANGUS/USAFR Personnel * 6.14. Ordering Individuals to AD (Excluding Centrally Managed IMAs) * 6.15. Ordering Centrally Managed IMAs to AD * 6.16. Ordering IMAs Assigned to Joint Positions, Unified Commands, and Ex * 6.17. Ordering PIM to AD * 6.18. Basic Military Training (BMT) * 6.19. Personnel Awaiting Entry Into or Attending Air Force or Other Service * 6.20. Grade and Date of Rank (DOR) * 6.21. Aviation Service: * 6.22. Change in Statutory Authority * Chapter 7 * PUSH-PULL MOBILIZATION * 7.1. Push-Pull * 7.2. Factors for Activation * 7.3. Procedures for Developing a Push-Pull Recommendation * 7.4. Implementation * Chapter 8 * STOP-LOSS * 8.1. Stop-Loss Implementation * 8.2. Authority and Actions * Chapter 9 * APPROPRIATIONS * 9.1. Volunteerism * 9.2. Presidential Selected Reserve Callup (10 USC 673b) * 9.3. Partial Mobilization (10 USC 673) * Chapter 10 * DELAY AND EXEMPTION * 10.1. Delay and Exemption * 10.2. Processing Procedures * Chapter 11 * ENTITLEMENTS * 11.1. Entitlements * 11.2. Implementation and Coordination * 11.3. Entitlements Upon Deactivation * 11.4. Unit Welfare Funds * Chapter 12—SYSTEMS * 12.1. Personnel Data Systems (PDS) * 12.2. PSRC and Mobilization of IMAs and Mobilization of the PIM * 12.3. Deactivation * 12.4. PDS Actions on Effective Date of Deactivation * 12.5. PSRC and Mobilization of Individuals (Members Remaining on Their Respective Files * 12.6. Manpower Mobilization and Accession Status Report (MOBREP) * Chapter 13 * DEACTIVATION * 13.1. General Information * 13.2. Special Orders and Travel Vouchers * 13.3. DD Form 214, Certification of Release or Discharge from Active Duty * 13.4. Activated Retiree Actions * 13.5. Deactivation of IMA/PIM at TDY Location

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2940045335966
Publisher:
Progressive Management
Publication date:
10/11/2013
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