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1 Every Airman a Force Multiplier Brought to you by: AFMentor.comAFMentor.com The Enlisted Force Structure (AFI ) FIRST-TERM AIRMAN’S CENTER

2 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 2 Overview Purpose of Force Structure Affect on the Mission Three Tiers Enlisted Leadership Levels Airman Responsibilities Airman Tier Responsibilities Specific Airman Responsibilities Knowledge of References Wrap up

3 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 3 Purpose of Force Structure What is the purpose of the Enlisted Force Structure? Building Blocks for Success Stable Career Structure Specifies Responsibilities by Rank Enables Mission Accomplishment

4 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 4 Affect on the Mission Mission Impact Without it, there is no foundation for good order and discipline Establishes rules of enlisted hierarchy and clearly defines roles of each tier Establishes rank structure and responsibilities

5 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 5 The Foundation All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten By Robert Fulgham Share everything. Play fair. Don't hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess. Don't take things that aren't yours. Say sorry when you hurt somebody. Wash your hands before you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you. Live a balanced life.

6 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 6 The Foundation Continues Force Structure Simply All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Basic Training Chain of Command Core Values Customs & Courtesies Follow Orders Followership Leadership Learn/Know your job Physical Training Timely Wingman Concept

7 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 7 Three Tiers Airman Tier: AB – AMN – A1C – SRA - Apprentice, Worker, Journeyman NCO Tier: SSGT – TSGT - Craftsman, Supervisor SNCO Tier: MSGT – SMSGT – CMSGT - Craftsman, Supervisor, Manager and Superintendent (Backbone Of The Work Force) (Frontline Supervisors/Highly Skilled Technicians) (Managers – Anything & Everything)

8 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 8 Enlisted Leadership Levels Three levels: - Tactical: -Operational: - Strategic: step-by-step nuts and bolts action “Getting Your Hands Dirty” day-to-day operational approach “Telling You How To Get Dirty” the big picture plan (future) “Why You Will Be Getting Dirty”

9 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 9 Enlisted Force Structure ???Where do I fit into all this???

10 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 10 Airman Tier Responsibilities Accept/execute all duties, instructions responsibilities & lawful orders in a timely manner (FOLLOW ORDERS) Be an effective follower (FOLLOWERSHIP) Place duties & responsibilities ahead of personal gains/desires (CORE VALUES) Issue lawful orders to Airmen junior to you to accomplish the mission (CHAIN OF COMMAND) Maintain highest level of personal readiness to meet Air and Space Expeditionary Force mission requirements (KNOW\LEARN YOUR JOB\PT) Accept/execute all duties, instructions responsibilities & lawful orders in a timely manner Be an effective follower Place duties & responsibilities ahead of personal gains/desires Issue lawful orders to Airmen junior to you to accomplish the mission Maintain highest level of personal readiness to meet Air and Space Expeditionary Force mission requirements

11 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 11 Specific Airman Responsibilities Airman Basic: - Primarily in a learning capacity - Strive to attain technical proficiency - Perform basic tasks under close supervision - Adapting to requirements of the military - Acquiring knowledge of customs & courtesies - Acquiring knowledge of AF standards All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Basic Training

12 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 12 Specific Airman Responsibilities Airman: - Still in a learning capacity - Expected to understand/conform -- military standards -- customs & courtesies - Must maintain OJT & Upgrade Requirements - Gained some job proficiency at basic tasks - Requires significant supervision and support

13 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 13 Specific Airman Responsibilities Airman First Class: - Continued Mentorship To Grow Technically & Professionally - Fully Comply With Air Force Standards - Devote Efforts To Mastering AFSC Skills (5 Lvl) - Effective Team Member

14 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 14 Specific Airman Responsibilities Senior Airman: - Used as a skilled technician and trainer - Begin developing supervisory and leadership skills through: - OJT / Mentoring - PME - CCAF - Become an effective first line supervisor - Operate at the tactical level

15 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 15 Knowledge of References All Airmen should be familiar with: UCMJ Military Standards The Mission & History Of The AF / Your Unit Drill & Ceremony Procedures AF Protocol Customs And Courtesies AF Promotion Programs BTZ Enlisted Assignment Systems Awards & Decorations Programs Professional & Unprofessional Relationships

16 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 16 Wrap-up As an Airman--you have an awesome responsibility NCOs, SNCOs and Officers rely heavily on your performance--so does our nation! You are a part of the best Air Force the world has ever known--built primarily by your corps! Be proud every day of the stripes you wear, and never let complacency set in--people are watching!

17 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 17 Summary Purpose of Force Structure EFS Affect on the Mission Three Tiers Airman Responsibilities NCO Responsibilities SNCO Responsibilities Enlisted Leadership Levels Airman Tier Responsibilities Specific Airman Responsibilities (AB/AMN/A1C/SRA) Knowledge of References Wrap up

18 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 18 Force Structure Simply Put True??? All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Basic Training Chain of Command Core Values Customs & Courtesies Follow Orders Follower Ship Leadership Learn/Know your job Physical Training Timeliness Wingman Concept All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten All I Ever Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten By Robert Fulgham Share everything. Play fair. Don't hit people. Put things back where you found them. Clean up your own mess. Don't take things that aren't yours. Say sorry when you hurt somebody. Wash your hands before you eat. Flush. Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you. Live a balanced life.

19 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 19 Enlisted Force Structure QUESTIONS???

20 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 20 NCOs must: Develop their subordinates Plan, develop, conduct and supervise OJT Attain and maintain appropriate skill level Develop understanding of supervisory techniques Possess a thorough understanding of AF standard, customs, and courtesies Observe, counsel, and correct individuals regarding on- and off-duty behavior and performance Appropriately recognize and reward deserving individuals NCO Responsibilities

21 Every Airman a Force Multiplier 21 SNCO Responsibilities SNCOs Must: Responsible for leadership and developing personnel under their supervision into a cohesive team Ensure their personnel are technically qualified Ensure their personnel are scheduled to attend appropriate PME Mentor subordinates in self-improvement efforts Fully utilize technical skills and professional development acquired my their subordinates Communicate and resolve problems between supervisors and subordinates Seek a well-rounded formal civilian education (after completing CCAF degree) Always lead by example!!


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