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2 Educate Advocate Support Completing the QAR Review Introduction – 20 questions, most multiple-choice One correct answer This is your first choice. This is your second choice. This is your third choice. 1 A only B only C only A and B A and C B and C A, B, and C One or more correct answers A. B. C. A.B.C.A.B.C.

3 Educate Advocate Support Review Click on the answer you think is correct: The Quarterly Activity Report is derived from: AA. The Chapter’s Annual Activity Plan BB. The State’s Annual Activity Plan CC. The AFA Strategic Plan DD. The Field Operations Guide EE. Last quarter’s QAR FF. I don’t know 2

4 Educate Advocate Support Review That’s correct. Click on the green box below to go on to the next question. 3

5 Educate Advocate Support Review Sorry, that’s not right. Click on the orange arrow below to go back and try again. 4

6 Educate Advocate Support Review 5 The QAR form is different from the AAP form in which of the following ways? A.“QAR” is checked instead of “AAP” on page 1 B.The “A” columns on each page of the QAR are completed only for the quarter being reported on. C.The “A” columns on each page of the QAR are completed only for the quarter being reported on AND previous quarters in the reporting year. D.The Remarks cells of the QAR contain only information pertaining to the quarter being reported on. E.The Remarks cells of the QAR contain information pertaining to the quarter being reported on AND previous quarters in the reporting year. A only B only C only D only E only A and B A and C A and D A and E B and C B and D B and E C and D C and E D and E A, B, and D A, B, and E A, C, and D A, C, and E

7 Educate Advocate Support Review If you answered C or E, I’m afraid you’re not correct. If you selected A, B, or D, you’re partially correct, but there’s more than one way in which the QAR differs from the AAP. Click the orange button below and try again. 6

8 Educate Advocate Support Review This is partially correct, but there are more than two ways in which the QAR differs from the AAP. Click the orange button below and try again. 7

9 Educate Advocate Support Review Sorry! Neither of these answers is correct, but there are more than two ways in which the QAR differs from the AAP. (That should be a big hint!) Click the orange button below and try again. 8

10 Educate Advocate Support Review You’re close! There are three ways in which the QAR differs from the AAP, but at least one of the three choices you selected isn’t correct. Click the orange button below and try again. 9

11 Educate Advocate Support Review That’s right! Click on the green button below to go on to the next question. 10

12 Educate Advocate Support Review Pick the statement that best describes what the QAR is used for at the chapter level. AA. Give the chapter secretary something to do. BB. Make the chapter president spend hours on useless reports. CC. Allow the chapter’s leaders to evaluate how they’ve done compared to what they planned to do. DD. Provide documented evidence in order to show what portion of the chapter’s quarterly support payment the chapter has earned. EE. C and D 11

13 Educate Advocate Support Review C’mon. Don’t be so cynical. Go back and try another answer. 12

14 Educate Advocate Support Review That’s partly right but there’s more. Click the orange box below to go back and see what else might apply. 13

15 Educate Advocate Support Review That’s right. The QAR lets chapter leaders compare the chapter’s performance against its plan and provides documentation for your quarterly support payment. (Don’t forget, it can also be used to help document award nominations, too.) Click the green box to go to the next question. 14

16 Educate Advocate Support Review Identify who sees the completed chapter QAR. AA. The State President, the Region President, the Vice Chairman of the Board for Field Operations BB. The State President, the Region President, the Vice Chairman of the Board for Field Operations, the National Field Operations staff CC. The State President, the Region President, the National Field Operations staff DD. The State President, the Region President, the Chairman of the Board, the National Field Operations staff 15

17 Educate Advocate Support Review Not quite. Normally, none of our top elected leaders review the QARs. (That’s a hint.) That doesn’t mean, however, that they might from time to time. Still, click the orange box below and pick another choice. 16

18 Educate Advocate Support Review That’s correct. Normally, only the State and Region Presidents and the Headquarters staff review your QAR. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 17

19 Educate Advocate Support State President Review Identify how the State President uses the chapter QAR. A. To gain an understanding of the level of activity of each chapter in his/her state B. To make work for his/her chapter presidents C. To determine whether each chapter has earned each portion of their quarterly support payment D. To determine whether the chapter has earned a bonus amount above their base support payment 18 A only B only C only D only A and B A and C A and D B and C B and D C and D A, B, C A, B, D A, C, D B, C, D

20 Educate Advocate Support State President Review Sorry, the State President uses the chapter QAR for more than one thing. (And—hint—B isn’t one of them.) Click on the orange box to go back and try again. 19

21 Educate Advocate Support State President Review That’s right. The QAR provides a lot of information to the State President on how his or her chapters are doing. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 20

22 Educate Advocate Support Region President Review 21 Identify how the Region President uses the chapter QAR. AA. To gain an understanding of the level of activity of each chapter and state in his/her region BB. To make work for his/her state presidents CC. They don’t, they’re just an administrative roadblock DD. To evaluate whether and how well their state presidents are doing their jobs

23 Educate Advocate Support Region President Review Again, don’t be so cynical. Region Presidents are responsible for leading and managing their lower organizations. QARs are one tool for doing that. Click the orange box below to go back and select another answer. 22

24 Educate Advocate Support Region President Review Whoops! Take a close look at that answer again. The question asked about chapter QARs, not state ones. Click the orange box below to go back and select another answer. 23

25 Educate Advocate Support Region President Review That’s right. Individual chapter QARs give the RP insight into each chapter, and taken together, they give an overview of how the state is doing. Click on the green box below to go on to the next question. 24

26 Educate Advocate Support Field Ops Staff Review Identify how the National Field Operations support staff uses the chapter QAR. AA. To calculate the chapter’s quarterly support payment BB. To build reports on overall chapter performance CC. A and B DD. I have no idea 25

27 Educate Advocate Support Close! This is one of the things the Field Ops staff does, but not the only thing. Click on the orange box below to go back and try again. 26 Field Ops Staff Review

28 Educate Advocate Support Really? It must be time for a break. Why don’t you take five, then click the orange box below to go back and select another answer. 27 Field Ops Staff Review

29 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. You won’t often see any of the reports the staff puts out, but it’s an important part of what they do, especially for proving that chapters—and hence the Association—are living up to our “educational organization” status. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 28 Field Ops Staff Review

30 Educate Advocate Support Identification Section Review 29 AFA Annual Activity Plan (AAP), Quarterly Activity Report (QAR) CALENDAR YEAR (1 Jan-31 Dec):Annual Activity Plan: XQuarterly Activity Report: X CALENDAR QUARTER (1 st Jan-Mar; 2 nd Apr-Jun; 3 rd Jul- Sep; 4 th Oct-Dec). Place an “X” next to the appropriate Quarter for Quarterly Reports: Jan-Mar _X_ Apr-Jun _X_ Jul-Sep ___ Oct-Dec ___ REGION NAME:CERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): STATE NAME: ArizonaCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): CHAPTER NUMBER: 104 StarfighterCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): JoeBob Briggs CHAPTER NAME: Starfighter Chapter President JoeBob Briggs has filled out the identification information section above from page 1 of his second quarter 2013 QAR. Write down all the things that are wrong with it, the click the green box below to see how you did.

31 Educate Advocate Support No year indicated 30 Identification Section Review AFA Annual Activity Plan (AAP), Quarterly Activity Report (QAR) CALENDAR YEAR (1 Jan-31 Dec):Annual Activity Plan: XQuarterly Activity Report: X CALENDAR QUARTER (1 st Jan-Mar; 2 nd Apr-Jun; 3 rd Jul- Sep; 4 th Oct-Dec). Place an “X” next to the appropriate Quarter for Quarterly Reports: Jan-Mar _X_ Apr-Jun _X_ Jul-Sep ___ Oct-Dec ___ REGION NAME:CERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): STATE NAME: ArizonaCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): CHAPTER NUMBER: 104 StarfighterCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): JoeBob Briggs CHAPTER NAME: AFA Annual Activity Plan (AAP), Quarterly Activity Report (QAR) CALENDAR YEAR (1 Jan-31 Dec): 2013Annual Activity Plan:Quarterly Activity Report: X CALENDAR QUARTER (1 st Jan-Mar; 2 nd Apr-Jun; 3 rd Jul- Sep; 4 th Oct-Dec). Place an “X” next to the appropriate Quarter for Quarterly Reports: Jan-Mar ___ Apr-Jun _X_ Jul-Sep ___ Oct-Dec ___ REGION NAME: SouthwestCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): STATE NAME: ArizonaCERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): CHAPTER NUMBER: 104CERTIFIED (DATE/President’s Name): 1 Apr 13/JoeBob Briggs CHAPTER NAME: Starfighter Both “Annual Activity Plan” and “Quarterly Activity Report” checked Two different quarters checked No region named Chapter name and number on the same line No date for Chapter President’s certification Here’s what the correct block should look like. How well did you do? When you’re ready, click the green box to continue. Answers will appear at 5 second intervals.

32 Educate Advocate Support “Conduct or Support” Section Review #1 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Accomplished. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan - Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: (May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA AACTIVITIES/PROGRAMS CONDUCTED OR SUPPORTED BY THE CHAPTER 1(1a) Chapter conducts or supports at least one outreach program per year to communicate the AFA message to non-AFA audience Supported State Science Festival in March with other State AFA Chapters to promote Cyber Patriot and AFA. 31 Looking at item A1 in the example above, identify the errors you see in it. NOTE: This report is for the FIRST quarter of the year A. Does not identify who from the chapter supported the event. B. Does not identify what the chapter or its members did in support of the event. C. Does not identify which other chapters participated. D. Includes a number in the “P” column for July-September. A only B only C only D only A and B A and C A and D B and C B and D C and D A, B, C A, B, D A, C, D B, C, D

33 Educate Advocate Support That’s one part of the answer, but there’s more. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 32 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #1

34 Educate Advocate Support These two answers are correct, but there’s still one more. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 33 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #1

35 Educate Advocate Support No, having an entry in a future “P” column is okay, so answer D is not correct. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 34 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #1

36 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. Unfortunately, JoeBob left a lot of information out of the Remark. Think about what you would have written to provide the answers to the who, what, where, when, and how many questions. Click the green box below to go to the next question. 35 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #1

37 Educate Advocate Support 36 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Accomplished. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan - Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: (May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA AACTIVITIES/PROGRAMS CONDUCTED OR SUPPORTED BY THE CHAPTER 1 2(1a) Chapter conducts or supports at least one program per year for AFA members that promote an understanding of national defense or aerospace issues. 1 1 Visited 987th Airlift Squadron in January; toured squadron facilities, received a mission brief, and toured a brand new C-130J. “Conduct or Support” Section Review #2 Looking at item A2 in the example above, identify the errors you see in it. A. Does not include a count of the number of events accomplished in the “A” column. B. Does not state who visited the squadron. C. Does not identify how many chapter members attended the event. A only B only C only A and B A and C B and C A, B, C

38 Educate Advocate Support This answer is correct, but there are other things wrong with this item too. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 37 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #2

39 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. Once again, there’s a lot of information missing from this write-up. Click the green box below to go to the next question. 38 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #2

40 Educate Advocate Support 39 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Accomplished. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan - Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: (May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA AACTIVITIES/PROGRAMS CONDUCTED OR SUPPORTED BY THE CHAPTER 3(3a) Chapter (near an active duty, guard, reserve unit, or a senior AFROTC unit) conducts or supports at least one program per year to recognize/support USAF/ANG/AFRES personnel. 2X2 2 2 Recognition and Monetary support for: - 2x Airman Leadership Graduations (Jan, Mar) - Chief’s Recognition Ceremony in Feb - 888th FW MPoY in Mar - Starfighter AFB Annual Awards in Mar “Conduct or Support” Section Review #3 Looking at item A3 in the example above, identify the errors you see in it. A. Does not identify what “Recognition” or “Monetary support” was provided for any of the events. B. Does not identify who from the chapter participated in each event or what they did. C. Uses a term (MPoY) other readers might not understand. D. Uses an X rather than a number in the “A” column. A only B only C only D only A and B A and C A and D B and C B and D C and D A, B, C A, B, D A, C, D B, C, D A – D

41 Educate Advocate Support Well, that answer’s correct, but there is at least one more problem with this write-up. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 40 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #3

42 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. All four of the choices here identify problems in this item. Entries in the “A” column must be numbers. There needs to be more information about what kind of recognition and monetary support was provided. We need to know who did what. And acronyms and unique terms should be spelled out so non-local readers will understand them. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 41 “Conduct or Support” Section Review #3

43 Educate Advocate Support “Other Chapter Actions” Review #1 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Accomplished. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan - Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: (May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA BOTHER CHAPTER ACTIONS 1(1a) Chapter identifies and supports Air Power Advocates to work with AFA HQ in educating the public and local legislators about airpower and national defense issues. 1 1 Numerous opportunities exist through official events (Changes of Command, Induction Ceremonies, etc.) to interact with local legislators and local populace to advance Airpower 42 Looking at item B1 above, identify all of the errors you see in it for the first quarter. AA. No number is included in the “A” column. BB. No chapter personnel are named as having participated. CC. The information in the Remarks cell does not relate to any first quarter activities and should be deleted. DD. The information in the Remarks cell does not identify which events the chapter participated in.

44 Educate Advocate Support Okay, maybe this is a trick question. Your answer is correct…but not for the first quarter of the year. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 43 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #1

45 Educate Advocate Support That’s correct. Because the chapter did not plan any actions with regard to this item, the Remarks cell should be blank this time. Next time, the chapter will have to provide the kinds of information we’ve been discussing. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 44 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #1

46 Educate Advocate Support 45 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #2 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Accomplished. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan - Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: (May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA BOTHER CHAPTER ACTIONS 9(3e) Chapter contacts local high schools, CAP squadrons and Sea Cadet units to encourage participation in the Cyber Patriot competition and supports the efforts of the teams that enter. 0 1 The chapter will attempt to contact every high school and CAP squadron in our area, to encourage participation in CyberPatriot. We will offer monetary assistance to the first teams recruited. Chapter will investigate availability of cyber-security training programs with local colleges. Looking at item B9 above, identify all of the errors you see in it for the first quarter. A. If nothing was planned for the first quarter, the 0 in the “P” column is unnecessary. B. No chapter personnel are named as having participated. C. The information in the Remarks cell does not relate to any first quarter activities and should be deleted. D. The 1 in the second quarter “P” column is not required. A only B only C only D only A and B A and C A and D B and C B and D C and D A, B, C A, B, D A, C, D B, C, D A – D

47 Educate Advocate Support Well, you’re partially right, but there’s at least one other problem you need to identify. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 46 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #2

48 Educate Advocate Support OK, you’re partially right and partially wrong. Take another look at the line and the answers. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 47 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #2

49 Educate Advocate Support Nope, sorry. This choice isn’t correct. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 48 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #2

50 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. Just like the last question, since nothing was planned for the first quarter, the Remarks block should be empty. And there’s no need to have a zero in the “P” column: a blank says the same thing. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 49 “Other Chapter Actions” Review #2

51 Educate Advocate Support “Communications and Membership” Review #1 50 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Actual. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan-Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA CCOMMUNICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIP 1(1b) Chapter publishes and distributes a newsletter quarterly. (One advanced excusal authorized per year.) Looking at item C1 above, identify all the errors you see in it for the first quarter. AA. The number in the “A” column doesn’t match the number in the “P” column. BB. There is no information in the Remarks cell to tell when the newsletter was published. CC. There is no information in the Remarks cell to explain why one newsletter was planned but three were published. DD. B and C

52 Educate Advocate Support “Communications and Membership” Review #1 No, it’s all right for the numbers in the “P” and “A” columns to not match. If that happens, though, there needs to be an explanation of why. Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 51

53 Educate Advocate Support “Communications and Membership” Review #1 Yes, this is one problem with this write-up, but it’s not the only one. (That’s a hint.) Click on the orange box below to go back and select another choice. 52

54 Educate Advocate Support “Communications and Membership” Review #1 You’re right. The chapter needs to report when the newsletters—plural—were published and why three were put out. Maybe one had an error in it. Or maybe a special event popped up. There could be lots of reasons. The important thing is to not leave the other readers of the QAR guessing. Click the green box to go on to the next question. 53

55 Educate Advocate Support 54 “Communications and Membership” Review #2 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Actual. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan-Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA CCOMMUNICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIP 2(4c) Chapter recruit new members totaling at least 0.75% of chapter end of September, previous year strength per quarter X14X X X NOTE: The number of new members is calculated and reported by AFA HQ, so no chapter report is required for this goal. Looking at item C2 above, identify all the errors you see in it for the first quarter. AA. Only numbers should be entered in the “P” columns, not Xs. BB. No information is provided on whether 14 new members does not meet, meets, or exceeds the chapter’s recruiting goal for the quarter. CC. Based on the note in the Remarks cell, no entries are required at all. DD. There are no errors for this item.

56 Educate Advocate Support That’s correct but go back and look at what the note in the Remarks block says, then select another answer. Click the orange box below to go back. 55 “Communications and Membership” Review #2

57 Educate Advocate Support Oh, yes, there are things wrong with this item! Click the orange box below to go back, take another look, and select another answer. 56 “Communications and Membership” Review #2

58 Educate Advocate Support That’s right. The text in the Remarks block should be clear enough: NO entries are required on this line. (If you’re wondering why it’s still here, then, it’s because the decision to have the National staff make the determination was made after the form was designed.) Click on the green box to go on to the next question. 57 “Communications and Membership” Review #2

59 Educate Advocate Support 58 “Communications and Membership” Review #3 Note: “P” = “Planned” and “A” = Actual. Place the number of events planned or accomplished next to the appropriate Goal for the Quarter. Jan-Mar Events Apr-Jun Events Jul-Sep Events Oct-Dec Events Remarks: May be brief, but must contain sufficient detail to explain what you did. Always include the what, when, who, how many, how much, type of info). Expand in “Additional Remarks” section at the end of the report if necessary. PAPAPAPA CCOMMUNICATIONS AND MEMBERSHIP 4(4c) Chapter implements membership retention program Attempted and “snail mail” contact with all members through monthly chapter meeting updates, newsletter distribution. Looking at item C4 above, identify all the errors you see in it for the first quarter. AA. The way the text of the item is written, a yes or no answer should be provided, not a number. BB. There’s no information in the Remarks cell on who did each of the actions listed. CC. It’s not clear from the information in the Remarks cell what constitutes the 3 actions claimed in the “A” column. DD. B and C EE. All of the above.

60 Educate Advocate Support Well, okay, the action description does seem to call for a yes/no answer, not a numerical one, but the form instructions are clear: numbers only. That means this answer is wrong while seeming to be right. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 59 “Communications and Membership” Review #3

61 Educate Advocate Support That’s right, but not completely right. At least one other answer is also correct. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 60 “Communications and Membership” Review #3

62 Educate Advocate Support Nope, sorry! At least one of the other four answers is NOT correct. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 61 “Communications and Membership” Review #3

63 Educate Advocate Support That’s it! The text in the Remarks block looks like it was not changed from what was in the AAP and it certainly doesn’t tell us what the chapter did to accomplish those 3 claimed activities. Click on the green box to go on to the next question. 62 “Communications and Membership” Review #3

64 Educate Advocate Support “Additional Remarks” Review #1 ADDITIONAL REMARKS Recognition and Monetary support for: Airman Leadership Graduation in January, Chief’s Recognition Ceremony in February, 999th FW Maintenance Professional of Year in March, Starfighter AFB Annual Awards in March. Item B5: Chapter Aerospace Education VP Ed Yukashin made initial contact with Bugtussle University’s liaison officer Ronnie Raygun at the Starfighter AFB Base Education Office on March 15 th to discuss how AFA could support local education efforts. Ed will provide more information on AFA’s scholarship programs. (4c) Membership drive held. 12 new members signed up, 3 old members renewed. 63 Which of the items above is completed CORRECTLY? AA. The first one. BB. The second one. CC. The third one. DD. None of them.

65 Educate Advocate Support Nope, ‘fraid not. Remember that the “rules” that apply to the Remarks blocks in the other parts of the form apply here too. For this answer, some of those “rules” haven’t been followed. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 64 “Additional Remarks” Review #1

66 Educate Advocate Support One of the entries IS done properly. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 65 “Additional Remarks” Review #1

67 Educate Advocate Support You got it right. The second entry identifies which item it refers to in the form, names names, identifies dates, and describes in good detail who did what. Click on the green box to go on to the next question. 66 “Additional Remarks” Review #1

68 Educate Advocate Support “Additional Remarks” Review #2 ADDITIONAL REMARKS Recognition and Monetary support for: Airman Leadership Graduation in January, Chief’s Recognition Ceremony in February, 999th FW Maintenance Professional of Year in March, Starfighter AFB Annual Awards in March. Item B5: Chapter Aerospace Education VP Ed Yukashin made initial contact with Bugtussle University’s liaison officer Ronnie Raygun at the Starfighter AFB Base Education Office on March 15 th to discuss how AFA could support local education efforts. Ed will provide more information on AFA’s scholarship programs. (4c) Membership drive held. 12 new members signed up, 3 old members renewed. 67 What is wrong with the first entry in the extract above? AA. There’s no indication of which item in the main body of the QAR it relates to. BB. There’s no information on what kind of “recognition” or “monetary support” was provided. CC. There’s no information on who attended each of these functions. DD. Some of the events are not clearly defined: what airman leadership program; what kind of ceremony were the annual awards given at—a luncheon, a Commander’s Call, etc.? EE. All of the above.

69 Educate Advocate Support That’s right but at least one other answer is also correct. (Hmmm, that’s a hint, isn’t it?) Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 68 “Additional Remarks” Review #2

70 Educate Advocate Support Perfect. There’s a lot of information that could and should have been provided, but wasn’t. Click on the green box to go on to the next question. 69 “Additional Remarks” Review #2

71 Educate Advocate Support “Additional Remarks” Review #3 ADDITIONAL REMARKS Recognition and Monetary support for: Airman Leadership Graduation in January, Chief’s Recognition Ceremony in February, 999th FW Maintenance Professional of Year in March, Starfighter AFB Annual Awards in March. Item B5: Chapter Aerospace Education VP Ed Yukashin made initial contact with Bugtussle University’s liaison officer Ronnie Raygun at the Starfighter AFB Base Education Office on March 15 th to discuss how AFA could support local education efforts. Ed will provide more information on AFA’s scholarship programs. (4c) Membership drive held. 12 new members signed up, 3 old members renewed. 70 What is wrong with the third entry in the extract above? AA. There’s no information on when the drive was held. BB. There’s no information on where the drive was held. CC. There’s no information on who from the chapter participated. DD. All of the above.

72 Educate Advocate Support Well, that’s right, but once again, there could be other correct answers as well. Click the orange box to go back and select another choice. 71 “Additional Remarks” Review #3

73 Educate Advocate Support Same song, different verse, huh? There’s so much information that could have been provided—and should have been—but wasn’t. Who, what, where, when, how many, and how much? Everything that’s necessary and appropriate to tell the story should go into each Remark. Congratulations! You’re done. Click on the green box to go to the concluding screen. 72 “Additional Remarks” Review #3

74 Educate Advocate Support Review Conclusion Thanks for completing the training. Still have questions? – Contact the AFA Field Support staff at or , x14821 Have suggestions on how to make it better? – Ross Lampert at 73


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