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Affiliation Program Christopher Alcala, MSgt/GS-10 USAFR Affiliation Manager 452 Airlift Control Flight DSN: / Tanker Way, BLDG 2321 Comm: (951) March ARB CA Fax: (951) Cell: (562)
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OVERVIEW Who are we and what do we provide? Program Goals Program Objectives Affiliation Training Successful Program Requirements
Who are we …….452 ALCF March ARB, CA Commander: Lt Col Raymond Danowski Operations Officer: Lt Col David “Ack” Ackerson ALCF Superintendent: SMSgt Jeff Wootten Affiliation Manager: MSgt Chris Alcala Affiliation Instructor: MSgt Gary Cole Affiliation Instructor: MSgt Brian Sinclair Affiliation Instructor: MSgt Chris Schuldes Affiliation Instructor: MSgt Julie Stanyer Affiliation Instructor: SSgt Gary Mathieson Affiliation Instructor: SrA Corin Beverly Affiliation Instructor: SrA Frankarl Culotta
…and what do we provide. Affiliation Training Equipment Preparation Course (EPC) Airlift Planners Course (APC) ICODES (Computer Load Planning) Training HAZMAT Tech Spec Course* Static Load Trainers Affiliation Conferences *= Course to be incorporated into program during CY13
PROGRAM GOALS Teach DoD/DoHS and Civilian airlift users To plan, prepare, deploy, and redeploy by air quickly, efficiently, and safely with minimal Air Mobility Command assistance
OBJECTIVES OF THE AFFILIATON PROGRAM To establish a liaison between airlift managers and the using agencies to optimize airlift planning and utilization. Get the most out of each aircraft.
OBJECTIVES OF THE AFFILIATON PROGRAM cont. To develop an understanding and appreciation of the complexities of air movement and unit activities necessary to prepare for that movement.
OBJECTIVES OF THE AFFILIATON PROGRAM cont. To provide a closer relationship between the affiliated units to develop a mutual understanding of their respective mission capabilities and requirements. To provide a joint training program to enhance planning and executing.
AFFILIATION TRAINING Equipment Preparation Course (EPC) Airlift Planners Course (APC) Static Load Training
Equipment Preparation Course (EPC) Two day course which covers Pallet Build-up Weigh and marking vehicle Organizing a Load Team Aircraft familiarization Shoring requirements Joint Inspections Certify Haz-Mat for air shipment (documentation only) Cleaning of equipment Manifesting troops and equipment
Airlift Planners Course (APC). Six day course which covers Load Planning Principles Center of Balance Pyramid Loading Aircraft Characteristics C-5, C-17, C-130 KC-10 Building Load Plans using ICODES Certifies graduates as Load Planners
STATIC LOAD TRAINING Aircraft familiarization Weigh & Balance Vehicles Build Pallets Develop Load Plans Loading Equipment Prep Documentation Tie down Pallets Loading Vehicles
Affiliation Conferences Hosted by 452nd ALCF Held every 2 years Forum to address common issues and problems experienced by affiliates Share important and current information regarding airlift
Successful Program Requirements Affiliated units must be self-reliant (through training and deployment exercises) Affiliated Units must have continued training and keep assigned personnel involved Affiliated Units must develop a local program to identify and track the availability and proficiency of trained personnel Affiliated Units must coordinate and request training with the 452nd ALCF.