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1 BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER AIR FORCE RESERVE COMMAND AIR FORCE RESERVE COMMAND INSTRUCTION OCTOBER 2012 Flying Operations AFRC FLYING OPERATIONS COMPLIANCE WITH THIS PUBLICATION IS MANDATORY ACCESSIBILITY: Publications and forms are available for downloading or ordering on the e- Publishing website at RELEASABILITY: There are no releasability restrictions on this publication. OPR: HQ AFRC/A3OO Supersedes: AFRCI11-201, 1 December 2003 Certified by: AFRC/A3 (Brig Gen Derek P. Rydholm) Pages: 40 This instruction implements AFPD 11-2, Aircrew Operations. It establishes responsibilities and prescribes procedures for planning, executing and reporting flying training missions flown under the authority of the Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC). It applies to all personnel assigned to AFRC and to Air National Guard (ANG) and Active Duty (AD) associate personnel while performing flying training missions under AFRC authority. Ensure that all records created as a result of processes prescribed in this publication are maintained in accordance with (IAW) Air Force Manual (AFMAN) , Management of Records, and disposed of in accordance with Air Force Records Information Management System (AFRIMS) Records Disposition Schedule (RDS) located at https://www.my.af.mil/afrims/afrims/afrims/rims.cfm. The reporting requirements in chapter 10 are exempt from licensing in accordance with AFI , The Information Collections and Reports Management Program; Controlling Internal, Public, and Interagency Air Force Information Collections. Refer recommended changes and questions about this publication to the Office of Primary Responsibility (OPR) using the Air Force (AF) Form 847, Recommendation for Change of Publication; route AF Form 847s from the field through the appropriate functional chain of command to This publication may be supplemented at any level, but all direct Supplements must be routed to the OPR of this publication for coordination prior to certification and approval. See Attachment 1 for a glossary of references and supporting information. Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION Overview.... 5

2 2 AFRCI OCTOBER Department of Defense (DoD) organization Command authority Chapter 2 AFRC FLYING TRAINING PROGRAM AFRC training missions Training mission approval Approval documentation Single Mobility System (SMS) Passenger and cargo validation Outside Continental U Chapter 3 RESPONSIBILITIES HQ AFRC: AFRC Flying Wings: Waiver authority Chapter 4 AFRC MISSION EXECUTION Mission management authority C2 systems Mission monitoring system Opening the mission Mission reporting Enroute force protection Enroute itinerary changes Non-mission capable (NMC) aircraft Parts cannibalization Waiver requests Closing the mission Chapter 5 UCC MISSION MANAGEMENT UCC missions Types of UCC missions Chapter 6 JOINT AIRBORNE/AIR TRANSPORTABILITY TRAINING (JA/ATT) Overview Types of JA/ATT missions JA/ATT validation

3 AFRCI OCTOBER Scheduling JA/ATTs Drop Zone (DZ) survey JA/ATT aerial events Mission changes and cancellations AMC support for NMC aircraft Exercises Unilateral airdrop training Foreign military parachutists OCONUS JA/ATTs Chapter 7 RESERVE AIRLIFT SUPPORT (RAS) PROGRAM Overview Tour of duty RAS crew requirements Reimbursement Aircraft configuration Passenger and cargo validation RAS schedules Mission planning Call sign Command and Control (C2) Mission execution Communications Table 7.1. HQ AFRC Command Center Contact Numbers Chapter 8 HQ AFRC THREAT WORKING GROUP (TWG) Overview TWG meeting Mission data Deployed Risk Assessment (DRA) Phoenix Raven Program Recommendations and approval Chapter 9 MISSION FUNDING Flying hour funding

4 4 AFRCI OCTOBER Pay and allowances/travel and per diem Chapter 10 REPORTS General Movement reporting Passenger/cargo movement Aerial refueling reports Aerial refueling receiver reports Remain Over Night (RON) procedures Non-Mission Capable (NMC) aircraft JA/ATT missions Exercises Event/incident reports Aerial demonstrations AW wildland fire fighting RQW Search and Rescue (SAR) WG weather reconnaissance AW aerial spray Attachment 1 GLOSSARY OF REFERENCES AND SUPPORTING INFORMATION 32

5 AFRCI OCTOBER Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1. Overview. This publication is intended to provide an overview of how AFRC conducts its flying training program and to serve as a reference for other governing publications. It describes organizational structure and command authority and the purpose of, responsibilities for and processes for managing AFRC s flying training program Department of Defense (DoD) organization. The DoD is the executive agency charged with maintaining national security. It is administratively organized into service components for the purpose of organizing, training and equipping military forces, and functionally organized into Unified Combatant Commands (UCCs) for the purpose of employing those forces to accomplish national goals UCCs. The DoD s war-fighting capability is distributed among nine joint (multiservice) UCCs to exercise command of U.S. military forces in their assigned geographic or functional areas of responsibility (AORs) Air Force component commands. Air Force component commands are the service components of the UCCs. Like the UCCs, they are organized geographically or functionally Major commands (MAJCOMs). The Air Force is organized into eight functional and two geographic MAJCOMs. Six of the ten MAJCOMs also serve as Air Force component commands Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC). AFRC is the Air Force MAJCOM responsible for organizing, training and equipping Air Force reservists to perform assigned wartime and peacetime missions Air Force lead commands. MAJCOMs designated to advocate for and manage identified weapon system(s) are referred to as lead commands for those system(s). Air Combat Command (ACC), Air Mobility Command (AMC), and Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) are lead commands for weapons systems which are assigned to AFRC as a using command. Lead commands are identified in AFPD 10-9, Lead Command Designation and Responsibilities for Weapon Systems Command authority. MAJCOMs exercise administrative control (ADCON) to organize, train and equip forces. UCCs exercise operational control (OPCON) and tactical control (TACON) to execute their war-fighting missions.

6 6 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 Chapter 2 AFRC FLYING TRAINING PROGRAM 2.1. AFRC training missions. Insofar as the mission of AFRC is to organize, train and equip Air Force Reservists to support DoD requirements, the primary purpose of flights conducted under ADCON authority of AFRC is aircrew training. Some training missions also serve a secondary, or collateral, purpose such as providing airlift, mission orientation or community relations Training mission approval. All AFRC training missions must be approved prior to flight. Mission approval consists of approving both the itinerary and mission purpose(s). The approval authorities and processes for various mission types are listed below Local training missions. Local training missions are those which originate and terminate at home station and which transit only local training airfields. A local training airfield is a civilian or military airfield in proximity to a flying unit s home station used for aircrew training because of airspace restrictions, traffic saturation, or facility limitations at the home station. The operations group commander (OG/CC) may designate an airfield as a local training airfield if it is suitable for the aircraft MDS in the Airfield Suitability and Restrictions Report (ASRR) and has adequate crash/fire rescue services IAW AFPAM , Aircraft Fire Protection for Military Operations Other Than War. Waivers will not be issued to qualify an otherwise unsuitable airfield for use as a local training airfield. Note: The OG/CC will forward the list of designated local training airfields along with the selection rationale to AFRC Force Generation Center, Forces Division (FGC/FGO). Lists will be updated annually or as required to accommodate changes in airspace or facilities utilization Passengers and cargo. AFRC units may transport unit personnel and equipment to/from approved local training airfields only if the transportation is in support of the training mission (e.g., drop zone/landing zone support personnel or equipment). Missions which transport other than mission support personnel and cargo to a local training base will be approved IAW the procedures for Off-Station Training (OST) missions Mission approval. OG/CC is approval authority for local training missions OST missions. OST missions are those training missions which transit other than home station or a designated local training airfield for the purpose of conducting enroute training (aeromedical evacuation, inflight refueling), destination training (JA/ATTs, exercises) or a secondary mission (airlift, aerial events) Mission approval. AFRC FGC/FGO is approval authority for OST missions except as noted below. Note: Any flight requiring HQ AFRC approval must first be approved by the wing commander. Any flight requiring AFRC/CC or /CV approval, must also be approved by the Numbered Air Force commander (NAF/CC) Orientation flights. Orientation flights are approved at command levels from the wing commander up through AFRC/CC IAW AFI , AFRC Sup, Aviation Management.

7 AFRCI OCTOBER Aerial events. Event and participation approval authorities for aerial events, including funeral and memorial flyovers, are listed in AFI _AFRCSUP, Attachment 2, Aerial Event Policy and Procedures Public Affairs airlift. Participation approval authorities (event approval) and operational approval authorities (unit approval) for the flight are listed in AFI , Public Affairs Travel, AFI , Media Operations and AFI , Community Relations Approval documentation. Local training mission are documented IAW published wing procedures. Missions which are approved by HQ AFRC FGC/FGO, AFRC/A3 or AFRC/A3O must be entered into the Single Mobility System (SMS) for approval. Missions which are approved by AFRC/CC or /CV and those missions outside SMS capabilities (orientation flights) require an electronic Staff Summary Sheet (e-sss) in addition to the SMS worksheet Single Mobility System (SMS). SMS is a web-based software application developed by USTRANSCOM to manage cargo and passenger movement and provide visibility of Mobility Air Forces (MAF) assets. AFRC also uses SMS for developing and allocating organic airlift requirements and for providing visibility of MAF and Combat Air Forces (CAF) OST missions Securing an SMS account. A read only SMS account can be obtained at the SMS website https://sms.transcom.mil/sms by selecting the Get an Account button and following the instructions. The additional privileges listed below can be obtained by sending a request to through the wing SMS POC Unit scheduler privileges. Unit scheduler privileges allow the SMS account holder to enter, edit and delete mission itineraries in SMS for HQ AFRC approval Wing commander privileges. Wing commander approval authority allows the SMS account holder to exercise proxy mission approval authority under written delegation from the wing commander Requirements-maker privileges. Requirements-maker privileges allow the SMS account holder to enter deployment requests into SMS for validation and DRB approval IAW AFRCI , AFR Exercise and Deployment Program Mission setup sheets. All OSTs and all training missions having a secondary mission purpose (e.g., aerial events, community relations flights) must be submitted on an SMS mission setup worksheet for HQ AFRC approval. The mission setup worksheet consists of identifying information (unit, MDS, aircrew), mission itinerary and comments blocks for entering the mission narrative, training events, secondary mission purpose, aircraft security arrangements, coordinating comments and verbatim Global Decision Support System (GDSS) remarks. Upon request, AFRC FGC/FGO will provide a guide for completing the SMS setup worksheet Extended ground time. Ground time in excess of 24 hours must be justified by circumstances (e.g., static load training, body clock adjustment, field operating restrictions, upload requirements, etc.) and explained in the mission narrative of the SMS setup sheet Use of civilian airfields. Military airfields will normally be utilized as remain overnight (RON) locations. Requests to use a civilian airfield for RON must be justified

8 8 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 in the mission narrative, and aircraft security arrangements, to include the name and contact information for security POC at the civilian airfield, must be described in the aircraft security block Electronic SSS (e-sss). If a supplementary e-sss is required, it must be submitted in the Task Management Tool (TMT) through the NAF to HQ AFRC Mission Identifiers (MIs) Mobility Air Forces (MAF) MIs. Every MAF mission has a unique 12-digit alpha-numeric MI constructed IAW AMC s Mission ID Encode/Decode Tables. SMS software incorporates the Encode/Decode Tables to auto-generate MIs for most MAF missions when the mission data is entered. For any mission for which an MI is not autogenerated (AMC or contingency support, JA/ATT, etc.), the MI must be obtained from the mission management authority and manually entered Combat Air Forces (CAF) MIs. The AMC Encode/Decode Tables do not include CAF aircraft; however, logic was added to the SMS software to auto-generate MIs for AFRC CAF OST missions Approval lead time. To allow adequate time for review, routine mission requests must be submitted to AFRC FGC/FGO or AFRC/A3OO IAW the pre-departure lead times below. The reasons for submitting requests inside these timelines must be justified in the mission narrative portion of the SMS setup sheet or e-sss If AFRC FGC/FGO or AFRC/A3OO is the approval authority, 72 hours; If AFRC/A3 is the approval authority, 7 days; If AFRC/CC or AFRC/CV is the approval authority, 21 days; If AF or DoD is the approval authority, 45 days Emergency response missions can be approved by contacting Battle Watch at any time. Note: The above timelines assume that the SMS setup sheets and e-ssss are complete (mission itinerary, training events, passenger and/or cargo validations, and mission purpose), do not require collateral approvals [(non-standard procedures, waivers, Threat Working Group (TWG)] and have been properly coordinated and approved at the wing. Note: AFRC/PA is responsible for establishing timelines for submission of requests for Public Affairs events Passenger and cargo validation. All passengers and cargo must be validated for transportation on AFRC aircraft Passenger validation Duty passengers. Duty passengers are those military or civilian personnel on official orders who have been directed or authorized to travel via military airlift (MilAir). Validation of duty passengers is the responsibility of the command or agency to which the passengers are assigned. AFRC duty passengers are validated for travel IAW AFRCI , Air Force Reserve Exercise and Deployment Program Non-duty passengers. Non-duty passengers are those who, although not directed to travel, are permitted to travel on DoD aircraft IAW DoD R, Air Transportation

9 AFRCI OCTOBER Eligibility. Non-duty passengers are validated by the passenger terminal, or, if no passenger terminal is available, by the command providing the airlift. Unless otherwise specified in DoD or Air Force publications, HQ AFRC/A4OP validates non-duty passengers on AFRC aircraft Cargo validation. Cargo on AFRC aircraft may be transported as revenue airlift, nonrevenue airlift (NRA) or AFRC organic airlift Revenue airlift. Revenue (airlift) cargo is funded for shipment IAW the Transportation Working Capital Fund (TWCF) and validated for shipment by the command or service to which it is assigned. Transportation of TWCF cargo is described in chapter Non-revenue airlift (NRA). NRA cargo is that which is transported on a spaceavailable ( space-a") basis as a byproduct of airlift training at no cost to the owning agency. NRA cargo is validated for shipment by the command or service to which it is assigned; however, as part of the validation process, USTRANSCOM must verify that command/service does not have funds to transport the cargo under TWCF Opportune airlift. Opportune airlift is the NRA of low priority cargo between AMC cargo ports. Opportune airlift missions can be scheduled through the Trader Board in SMS or by contacting the base Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) Denton Program airlift. Denton Program airlift is a special category of NRA established under the Denton Transportation Authority, 10 U.S.C. Section 402, to transport privately donated humanitarian cargo to foreign countries. Denton cargo is validated by Joint Relief International, Inc. (JRI), also known as the Denton Office, in association with USTRANSCOM Counterdrug (CD) airlift. CD is NRA of passengers and cargo in support of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (USDEA) or other similar civilian law enforcement agency IAW AFI , Assistance to Civilian Law Enforcement Agencies. CD missions are validated by the owning command/service in association with HQ AFRC/A3OH Operational Support Airlift (OSA). OSA is a type of NRA conducted within the CONUS to transport high-priority passengers and cargo with time, place, or missionsensitive requirements IAW DoD Directive (DoDD) , DoD Policy on the Use of Government Aircraft and Air Travel. Note: OSA is normally accomplished using aircraft specifically designated for that purpose under the mission management authority of the Joint Operational Support Airlift Center (JOSAC) at USTRANSCOM; however, if OSA requirements exceed the capacity of available OSA-designated aircraft AFRC units may volunteer to airlift OSA passengers on training missions Organic airlift. Organic airlift is the transportation of cargo assigned to AFRC on AFRC aircraft. Refer to AFRCI for cargo validation procedures Public Affairs (PA) missions. PA (community relations) missions are those which transport media representatives, employers, community leaders and/or congressional members and their staffs for the purpose of furthering their understanding

10 10 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 of the roles and missions of AFRC, the Air Force and the DoD. Note: AFRC/PA is responsible for establishing the request format and approval timelines for participation approval of PA missions Orientation flights. Orientation flights are conducted to reward exemplary conduct, to familiarize individuals with USAF aircraft and missions, and to familiarize military spouses with unit aircraft and missions IAW AFI Aerial events. Aerial events are displays of military equipment and/or capabilities for community relations or military ceremonial purposes. Note: A list of approved aerial events can be found on the Secretary of the Air Force, Public Affairs (SAF/PA) Aerial Events Support website Funeral and memorial flyovers. Funeral/memorial flyovers are aerial events conducted to honor certain deceased military members. Procedures for validating eligibility and requesting memorial flyovers are governed by AFI , Mortuary Affairs Program. Note: If an aerial event, an orientation flight or a PA mission which has been approved by another MAJCOM is subsequently assigned to an associate AFRC unit, HQ AFRC approval can be expedited by forwarding documentation of MAJCOM approval to AFRC/A3OO Outside Continental U. S. (OCONUS) training missions. HQ AFRC has limited ability to support OCONUS training missions for airlift and tanker aircraft. Responsibility for mission planning, aircraft maintenance and aircraft security, which would be provided by AMC if performing an OCONUS TWCF mission, devolve to the aircrew and the parent wing Mission planning. HQ AFRC does not currently provide Integrated Flight Management (IFM) and routine diplomatic clearance ( Dip ) support for AFRC OCONUS missions. 618 AOC will provide this support to AFRC airlift and tanker aircrews on an as able basis; however, aircrews must be prepared to plan the mission and secure diplomatic clearances Threat Working Group (TWG). Approval of the HQ AFRC TWG is required for any missions transiting an OCONUS installation at which U.S. or allied military forces do not provide aircraft security. Procedures for submitting a deployed risk assessment (DRA) for TWG approval are contained in chapter Aircraft maintenance. Unit-equipped (UE) parent wings are responsible for supporting non-mission capable (NMC) aircraft at OCONUS locations by providing Maintenance Recovery Teams (MRTs). Associate aircraft, including those performing AFRC missions, will be supported by the AMC enroute support structure. Parts support will be provided by the Supply Management Activity Group (SMAG) IAW AFMAN UE C-17 and C-5 aircraft at AMC OCONUS Forward Supply Locations (FSLs) will be supported IAW AMCI , Logistics Support Operations Cargo ports. Whenever possible, OCONUS airlift missions should be planned to transit AMC cargo ports and accept available opportune cargo and passengers IAW AMCI , Tanker/Airlift Operations. Note: Aircrews flying OCONUS training missions must be aware that AFRC training ( Q ) missions have no priority for limited ramp space at OCONUS airfields. Even when prior permission (PPR) has been issued, it may be cancelled because aircraft on (higher) priority missions exhaust the Maximum on Ground (MOG)

11 AFRCI OCTOBER limits. Aircrews operating on a training MI should actively ensure that planned ramp space is available and previously approved PPRs remain valid.

12 12 AFRCI OCTOBER HQ AFRC: Commander (AFRC/CC): Chapter 3 RESPONSIBILITIES Is participation approval authority for specified aerial events IAW AFI , AFRC Sup; Is participation approval authority for specified orientation flights IAW AFI , AFRC Sup; Is operational approval authority for Public Affairs airlift missions IAW AFI ; and Is the approval authority for directing support of high priority AFRC airlift requirements Vice Commander (AFRC/CV): Chairs the HQ AFRC Deployment Review Board (AFRC DRB); and Is participation approval authority for aircraft static displays outside the continental U.S. (OCONUS), Alaska, Hawaii and Canada IAW AFI , AFRC Sup Director of Air, Space and Information Operations (AFRC/A3): Is participation approval authority for flyovers in the continental U.S. (CONUS), Alaska, Hawaii and Canada IAW AFI , AFRC Sup; Is participation approval authority for specified orientation flights IAW AFI , AFRC Sup; Is waiver authority for equipment requirements or operating restrictions IAW AFI 11-2MDS, Vol 3; and Is approval authority for requests to cannibalize parts from AFRC aircraft IAW AFI , AFRC Sup 1, and AMCI Chief, Current Operations Division, Directorate of Operations, (AFRC/A3O) is participation approval authority for aircraft static displays in the CONUS, Alaska, Hawaii and Canada IAW AFI , AFRC Sup Director of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (AFRC/A2): Provides intelligence analysis to the AFRC TWG in support of FGC mission requirements or as directed by AFRC/CC Force Generation Center (FGC): Manages the HQ AFRC deployment review and airlift allocation process: Conducts the AFRC Deployment Review Working Group (DRWG); presents approved deployment requests to the HQ AFRC Deployment Review Board (DRB); conducts the AFRC Airlift Allocations Planning Council (AAPC); solicits voluntary support of DRB

13 AFRCI OCTOBER requirements by AFRC airlift and tanker units; and coordinates directed support of unfilled priority airlift requirements; Approves/coordinates requests from flying units to conduct OST missions; Manages Reserve Airlift Support (RAS): Validates, prioritizes and schedules short-notice AFRC airlift requirements for movement; develops and transmits the RAS schedule to the supporting airlift/tanker wing; monitors RAS mission progress; Provides limited diplomatic clearance assistance to airlift and tanker units performing OCONUS AFRC airlift missions; Coordinates submission of deployment risk assessments (DRAs) to the AFRC TWG; Represents AFRC flying units with pending aviation deployment requests at the AFRC TWG; Coordinates AFRC support for MAJCOM, UCC and joint training, exercise and airlift requirements; Validates Joint Airborne/Air Transportability Training (JA/ATT) missions for AFRC participation; approves requests to cancel support for contracted JA/ATT missions; Solicits support for unfilled AFRC and UCC airlift and other aviation requirements; Designates AFRC missions that will transit high threat locations or those, the delay or cancellation of which may have significant consequences, as AFRC close watch missions; and Maintains a list of airfields designated by wing OG/CCs as local training airfields Force Generation Center Battle Watch (FGC/FGOB): Serves as the point of contact for the FGC during non-duty hours; Oversees execution of AFRC OST missions; Coordinates maintenance support, aircraft/aircrew recovery and alternative passenger and/or cargo airlift if an aircraft on an AFRC mission becomes NMC; and Publishes daily/weekly reports to ensure visibility of AFRC deployments/activity Chief, Flight Standards Division, Directorate of Operations (AFRC/A3V): Reviews requests for waivers to equipment requirements or operating restrictions and recommends approval/disapproval to AFRC/A3; coordinates requests for waivers concerning associate aircraft with the GMAJCOM/A3V as required and submits to AFRC/A3 for approval Chief, Aircrew Training and Tactics Division, Directorate of Operations (AFRC/A3T): Reviews all training-related aircrew waivers submitted for A3 approval.

14 14 AFRCI OCTOBER Chief, Maintenance Division, Directorate of Logistics (AFRC/A4M): Coordinates requests for waivers to aircraft equipment requirements, requests to cannibalize parts from AFRC aircraft, and requests to test procedures and equipment on AFRC aircraft Counterdrug Support Branch, Current Operations Division, Directorate of Operations, (AFRC/A3OH) coordinates validation of passengers and cargo on counterdrug support missions HQ AFRC Command Center (AFRC/A3OC): Enters AFRC mission itineraries, arrival and departure times and other mission data/remarks into GDSS IAW chapter 10 when the wing mission planner or command post is unable to do so; Note: Because AFRC/A3OC cannot access aircrew data fields in GDSS, all aircrew information must be entered by wing personnel prior to aircraft initial departure Monitors mission progress of selected missions using GDSS; actively solicits arrival and departure times of AFRC close watch missions whenever the planned departure or arrival time is exceeded by 30 minutes; notifies FGC/FGOE of mission delays reported by aircrews; Receives/forwards requests for waivers to equipment requirements or operating restrictions to AFRC FGC/FGOB for coordination with parent wings, AFRC/A4M, AFRC/A3V, and other MAJCOMs (if required) for AFRC/A3 approval; and Coordinates requests from 618 Air & Space Operations Center, Logistics Readiness Division (AOC/XOCL) to cannibalize parts from AFRC aircraft with parent wing, AFRC/A4M, and FGC for AFRC/A3 approval Chief, Logistics Policy and Plans Branch, Logistics Operations Division, Directorate of Logistics (AFRC/A4OP): Certifies eligibility of non-duty passengers and non-revenue cargo which have not otherwise been validated for transportation on AFRC aircraft; coordinates issuance of Invitational Travel Orders (ITOs) and exceptions to transportation policy IAW DoD R; Office of Public Affairs (AFRC/PA): Coordinates/secures participation approval and operational approval for PA events; certifies eligibility of media representatives, employers, community leaders and/or congressional members and their staffs for travel on military aircraft; certifies that such travel adds to the public understanding of Department of Defense (DoD) activities and does not compete with commercial air transportation AFRC Flying Wings: Wing Commander (WG/CC): Concurs on all mission requests requiring HQ AFRC approval; Ensures that aerial demonstrations are planned, performed and reviewed IAW AFI and other official publications; and Approves specifie orientation flights IAW AFI , AFRC Sup Operations Group Commander (OG/CC):

15 AFRCI OCTOBER Ensures that flying training mission requests have been submitted to the appropriate approval authority; Designates airfields as local training airfields IAW paragraph 2.2.1; Ensures that requests for aviation support received from other than HQ AFRC are forwarded to FGC/FGOE for review and validation; Ensures that DRAs are submitted to the AFRC TWG for OCONUS deployments to locations without a U.S. or allied military presence; Ensures compliance with the reporting requirements in chapter 10; and Reviews/approves aircrew requests to return to base (RTB) when a NMC aircraft cannot be returned to service within the aircrew s Scheduled Return Time (SRT) Aircraft Commander (AC): complies with guidance in official Air Force and MAJCOM publications concerning mission planning, execution and reporting Waiver authority. AFRC/A3 is the waiver authority for provisions of this instruction.

16 16 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 Chapter 4 AFRC MISSION EXECUTION 4.1. Mission management authority. AFRC exercises command and control (C2) of AFRC OST training missions, aerial events, PA missions, certain orientation missions, JA/ATT missions, tanker Business Efforts (BEs) and test missions under its ADCON authority C2 systems. C2 encompasses the systems, processes and personnel by means of which command authority is exercised over assigned and attached aviation forces. C2 of most AFRC missions is exercised through parent wing command posts (CPs). C2 over RAS and similar command-directed missions is exercised through the AFRC command center which also functions as proxy C2 agent for AFRC missions when the parent wing CP is not manned Mission monitoring system. GDSS is used to monitor AFRC mission execution. Missions are entered into GDSS either by the mission approval authority pushing the mission from SMS or by the mission planner entering the mission directly into GDSS. Missions approved less than 24 hours prior to scheduled departure must be manually entered into GDSS by the mission planner. Note: AFRC FGC/FGO or AFRC/A3OO should be contacted to expedite approval of missions which were input into SMS or for which the itinerary has been changed within 24 hours prior to scheduled departure. Note: Mission approval is rendered invalid if the itinerary entered into GDSS is not identical to that approved in SMS Opening the mission. Opening the mission requires entry of the aircrew data and aircraft tail number into GDSS. Because the AFRC command center cannot access this information, the wing, squadron, or maintenance operations center or the CP typically opens a mission by entering the required information into GDSS Mission reporting. Mission reporting requirements are described in chapter Enroute force protection. The AC must ensure force protection measures comply with 11-2MDS, Volume 3, Chapter 7, or AFI , Integrated Defense, and comply with any threat mitigation recommendations issued by the AFRC TWG for OCONUS missions Enroute itinerary changes. Planned changes in the itinerary of OST missions in execution must be approved in advance by AFRC FGC/FGO and entered into GDSS by the parent wing CP or the AFRC command center. Unplanned changes caused by weather, maintenance or other problems should be reported to the C2 agency and entered into GDSS as soon as possible Non-mission capable (NMC) aircraft Report NMC aircraft IAW chapter In the event that an NMC aircraft performing an AFRC mission cannot be returned to service within the aircrew s SRT, the OG/CC may authorize the aircrew to leave the aircraft and return to home station. Before departing the aircraft location, the AC must arrange for aircraft security pending arrival of the MRT and inform the C2 agency of the aircrew s planned return to home station Except as listed below, AFRC wings are responsible for recovering aircraft that become NMC away from home station. If requested, AFRC FGC/FGO will assist in

17 AFRCI OCTOBER sourcing airlift of parts and/or an MRT. The aircraft parts needed to repair NMC aircraft are provided/funded by the wing to which the aircraft is assigned AOC/XOCL will provide limited assistance to recover AMC associate NMC aircraft performing AFRC missions IAW AMCI Parts support will be provided by the Supply Management Activity Group (SMAG) IAW AFMAN If provided a fund cite by the parent wing, 618 AOC/XOCL will provide and/or transport an MRT and parts to recover AFRC UE transport and tanker aircraft. Note: JA/ATT missions are considered AMC missions for purposes of this paragraph Parts cannibalization. 618 AOC/XOCL may cannibalize parts from AMC aircraft including those operated by an AFRC associate unit executing an AFRC mission IAW AMCI However, unless the owning AFRC wing is activated/ mobilized, 618 AOC/XOCL may not cannibalize parts from AFRC-assigned UE aircraft without AFRC/A3 approval. Cannibalization requests should be referred to the AFRC command center which will coordinate the request with the unit of assignment, AFRC/A4M and AFRC FGC/FGO before forwarding to AFRC/A3 for approval Waiver requests. Requests to waive aircrew duty limits, aircraft operating procedures or minimum equipment requirements must be initiated/accepted by the AC. Unless otherwise specified or delegated to the OG/CC in AFI 11-2MDS, Vol 3, waiver authority is AFRC/A3. After securing OG/CC concurrence, the AC will send the waiver request to the AFRC command center which will execute the waiver checklist. Waivers involving associate aircraft will be coordinated with the owning MAJCOM. Note: Waivers will not be granted to conduct training missions at operating gross weights greater than 50 percent above the weight bearing capacity (WBC) published in the ASRR Closing the mission. The AC will close the mission within one hour of returning to home station through the parent wing CP or the AFRC command center.

18 18 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 Chapter 5 UCC MISSION MANAGEMENT 5.1. UCC missions. AFRC aircrews perform operational missions under the OPCON/TACON authority of a UCC during mobilization or when voluntarily activated. AFRC flying units may volunteer to perform steady-state/recurring airlift, air refueling, joint forces training, exercises and disaster response/relief missions through the appropriate scheduling/c2 agency. Note: AFRC wings should forward requests for aviation support received directly from other MAJCOMs or agencies to AFRC FGC for appropriate referral Types of UCC missions Channel missions and SAAMs. Channel missions SAAMs are revenue airlift (TWCF) missions executed under OPCON of USTRANSCOM and TACON of 618 AOC IAW AMCI , Mobility Force Management, and AMCI AFRC units wishing to support USTRANSCOM airlift requirements must call 618 AOC/XOBL with aircraft/aircrew availability Air Refueling (AR) missions. AR missions are scheduled through 618 AOC s Air Refueling Management System (ARMS) and executed IAW AMCI and AMCI Priority 1 and 2 ARs, and all Coronets are executed under TACON of 618 AOC with the exception of Operation Noble Eagle (ONE) missions, which are executed under TACON of the Combined Forces Air Component Commander (CFACC), Continental United States, North American Aerospace Defense Command (CONR NORAD). Business Efforts (BEs) and priority 3 through 5 training-support missions are executed under control of AFRC. AR mission requirements can be found in the ARMS portion of the Consolidated Air Mobility Planning System (CAMPS) website. AR mission priorities are listed in AFI , Air Refueling Management (KC-10 and KC-135) and CJCSI B, Assignment of Movement and Mobility Priority Dual-role missions. Dual-role missions provide air refueling while simultaneously transporting the unit s cargo and/or personnel. AMCI establishes minimum cargo requirements for KC-135 and KC-10 dual-role missions. If cargo movement is the primary purpose of the mission, a dedicated funded SAAM is required. Outside the contiguous 48 states and Canada, dual-role missions are managed as Coronets and executed under control of the 2 nd Aerial Delivery Group (2 ADG) Joint Airborne/Air Transportability Training (JA/ATT). JA/ATT missions consisting of airdrop, air land and aircraft load training, are allocated through 618 AOC s JA/ATT process and executed under control of AFRC. The AFRC JA/ATT process is described in chapter Exercises. Exercises are full-scale rehearsals of military maneuvers to enhance readiness and improve crisis response capabilities. Exercises may be executed either under control of AFRC, another MAJCOM or a UCC/Joint Forces Commander as directed in the Planning Order (PLANORD) or Execution Order (EXORD). Approval and reporting procedures for wings participating in named exercises are contained in AFRCI

19 AFRCI OCTOBER Wildland fire fighting. Wildland fire fighting missions are conducted by the 302 AW at Peterson AFB, CO, using C-130 aircraft equipped with the Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System (MAFFS). Wildland fire fighting missions are executed under OPCON authority of Commander, U.S. Northern Command (CDRUSNORTHCOM). TACON authority over DOD wildland firefighting forces is normally delegated to Commander Air Forces Northern (CDRAFNORTH)/Joint Forces Air Component Commander (JFACC) for duration of the mission. CDRUSNORTHCOM relinquishes OPCON authority upon MAFFS forces departure from USNORTHCOM operating area. Procedures for requesting, validating, and conducting wildland fire fighting missions are contained in USNORTHCOM s OPORD 01-11, Appendix 29 to Annex C and USNORTHCOM s Wildland Firefighting (WFF) Concept of Operations (CONOPS) Aerial spray. Aerial spray missions are conducted by the 910 AW at Youngstown ARB, OH, using C-130 aircraft equipped with the Modular Aerial Spray System (MASS). Aerial spray missions to control vector-borne diseases or mitigate agricultural or environmental damage following a declared emergency in the USNORTHCOM AOR are executed under OPCON authority of CDRUSNORTHCOM. TACON authority is normally delegated to CDRAFNORTH/JFACC for duration of the mission. OPCON is relinquished upon MASS forces departure from USNORTHCOM operating area. Procedures for requesting, validating and conducting aerial spray missions are contained in AFI , Aerial Application of Pesticides, HQ AFRC Operations Order (OPORD) , Patriot Spray, and The Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the Director of Military Support (DOMS) and the United States Coast Guard for Aerial Application of Dispersants during Oil Spill Cleanup and Recovery Operations. Note: DoD inter/intra-departmental aerial spray missions, which dispense actual pesticide but which are conducted for training rather than in response to a health emergency, are executed under ADCON authority of HQ AFRC IAW chapter Search and Rescue (SAR). Civil SAR missions are conducted by the 920 RQW at Patrick AFB, FL, and the 943 RQG (920 RQW) at Davis Monthan AFB, AZ, using HC-130 and HH-60 aircraft, and Guardian Angel ground teams, during/following distress situations, accidents and natural/man-made disasters to prevent/mitigate loss of life, or serious injury. Civil SAR missions in the CONUS are executed under the commander s Immediate Response Authority and coordinated by the Air Force Rescue Coordination Center (AFRCC) IAW the National Search and Rescue Plan of the United States. During contingencies, when the Joint Personnel Recovery Center (JPRC) stands up, SAR missions in the CONUS AOR are executed under TACON of the AFNORTH JFACC Weather reconnaissance. Weather reconnaissance and surveillance missions are conducted by the 403 WG at Keesler AFB, MS, using specially configured WC-130J aircraft to monitor tropical cyclones in the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and eastern Pacific Ocean and winter storms in the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and Pacific Ocean. Weather reconnaissance and surveillance missions in support of the National Weather Service (NWS) are directed by the Chief, Aerial Reconnaissance Coordination, All Hurricanes (CARCAH), and executed under OPCON authority of CDRUSTRANSCOM and TACON authority of CDRUSNORTHCOM or CDRUSPACOM, as directed by Secretary of Defense. TACON authority is normally delegated to the subordinate UCC air component commander for mission execution and relinquished upon weather reconnaissance forces

20 20 AFRCI OCTOBER 2012 departure from UCC AOR. Procedures for conducting weather reconnaissance missions are contained in FCM-P , National Hurricane Operations Plan and FCM-P , National Winter Storm Operations Plan Test missions. Missions to test procedures or equipment on AFRC aircraft are approved by AFRC/A3 after coordination with the System Program Office (SPO), AFRC/A4M, the Directorate of Strategic Plans and Programs (AFRC/A8M or /A8W), AFRC/A3V (if required), the flying unit and the Lead MAJCOM Test and Evaluation Center. Test missions are executed under C2 of AFRC FGC. Note: Airdrop tests are validated through 618 AOC s JA/ATT process.

21 AFRCI OCTOBER Chapter 6 JOINT AIRBORNE/AIR TRANSPORTABILITY TRAINING (JA/ATT) 6.1. Overview. JA/ATT is a DoD joint training program designed to develop tactics and increase proficiency in combat airlift/airdrop operations. Program objectives and procedures are published in AMC OPORD 17-76, Joint Airborne/Air Transportability Training (JA/ATT) Types of JA/ATT missions. JA/ATT missions involve the following types of training: airdrop, assault landing, direct delivery (C-17), static-load, combat off-load, engine-running on- /off-load, and joint development/certification of new equipment or procedures JA/ATT validation. AFRC FGC must validate JA/ATTs before AFRC units may perform them Scheduling JA/ATTs. 618 AOC/XOBC publishes validated JA/ATT missions in the Joint Management System (JMS) on the JA/ATT website. Units volunteer to perform the missions by entering unit data in an open requirement. Issuance of a JA/ATT sequence number by 618 AOC/XOBC constitutes acceptance of the offer and authorization to perform the mission Drop Zone (DZ) survey. The AC must ensure the planned drop zone has a current survey in the Zone Availability Report (ZAR) available through the JA/ATT website JA/ATT aerial events. If the JA/ATT is performed as part of an airshow or other aerial event, participation approval for the aerial event must also be secured IAW AFI Mission changes and cancellations. Procedures for changing or canceling an existing JA/ATT contract are contained in AMC OPORD AMC support for NMC aircraft. AMC will support repair and recovery of an NMC aircraft performing a JA/ATT mission if the following statement appears in the Form 59 remarks, For 618 AOC/XOCL: This is a validated AMC mission, reference JA/ATT Line # Exercises. If a JA/ATT is part of a named exercise, the supporting unit must complete the deployment request form IAW AFRCI Unilateral airdrop training. Unilateral airdrop training, in which an AFRC airlift unit drops only AFRC-assigned equipment and/or jumpers, does not fall under the JA/ATT program. If the aircraft and equipment/jumpers are assigned to a single wing, the wing commander is the approval authority for the mission. If the aircraft and equipment/jumpers are assigned to different AFRC wings, AFRC FGC is the approval authority Foreign military parachutists. Foreign military parachutists are authorized to jump from Air Force aircraft IAW AFI , Personnel Parachute Operations Jump host responsibilities. The jump host which is sponsoring the foreign military parachutists is responsible for ensuring that they are qualified and authorized to perform parachute operations and for coordinating communications procedures prior to conducting the airdrop. Additional requirements may be contained in the JA/ATT OPORD or TASKORD.

22 22 AFRCI OCTOBER Foreign jumper approval. AFRC/CC is the approval authority for allowing foreign military parachutists to jump from AFRC aircraft IAW AFI Information disclosure. If classified military information or controlled unclassified military information will be disclosed to the foreign jumpers, foreign disclosure approval is required IAW AFI , Air Force Foreign Disclosure and Technology Transfer Program OCONUS JA/ATTs. OPORD applies only to JA/ATTs conducted within the contiguous 48 states, Hawaii, Alaska, and Puerto Rico. JA/ATTs outside of these areas are conducted and funded IAW procedures established by the respective geographic UCCs. AFRC units performing OCONUS JA/ATTs when not attached/assigned to UCC forces must do the following: Designate a lead wing if more than one airlift wing is involved, Designate a mission commander, Complete all mission planning, including securing PPRs, diplomatic clearances and theater clearances, Complete a Deployment Request Form IAW AFRCI Determine aircraft security requirements at all planned transit and deployed locations, source a Phoenix Raven Team through AFRC/A7SX, if required, and request review by the AFRC TWG, Arrange deployed maintenance support either through the parent wing or by use of a fund cite for outside support, and Submit the mission request in SMS. Include the date, name and DSN number of the UCC approval authority to conduct the JA/ATT in the mission narrative portion of the SMS setup sheet. AFRC MIs may be used for the deployment and redeployment sorties of OCONUS JA/ATTS. Employment sorties will normally be flown using OCONUS host wing/air component MI.

23 AFRCI OCTOBER Chapter 7 RESERVE AIRLIFT SUPPORT (RAS) PROGRAM 7.1. Overview. The RAS Program is the process by which AFRC FGC schedules aircraft and crews to support AFRC priority or short-notice organic airlift requirements. C-130 and KC-135 flying units are normally scheduled to provide RAS support at the quarterly AAPC but may be tasked after the conference to support unfilled priority requirements Tour of duty. The RAS tour of duty runs from Friday to Friday RAS crew requirements. The crew requirements are as follows: C-130H: 2 pilots, 1 navigator, 1 engineer, 2 loadmasters, 1 crew chief C-130J: 2 pilots, 2 loadmasters, 1 crew chief KC-135: 2 pilots, 2 boom operators, 2 crew chiefs 7.4. Reimbursement. RPA Pay and allowances, travel and per diem for the personnel flying the RAS are reimbursed to AFRC wings by HQ AFRC. Note: Wings will be reimbursed only for the specified number of RAS personnel. Additional personnel in excess of stated requirements are not reimbursed. If active associate personnel are assigned to fly on the RAS, their travel and per diem costs are not reimbursed Aircraft configuration. Aircraft must be capable of being configured to accept passengers, cargo, or Aeromedical Evacuation (AE) crews/equipment when departing home station. C-130 aircraft will have an operable winch. KC-135 aircraft will have two baggage bins and sufficient rollers to support 3 pallet positions. KC-135 airline seats are not required unless specified in the schedule Passenger and cargo validation. Passengers and cargo on RAS missions are validated as described in chapter RAS schedules. AFRC FGC prioritizes and schedules airlift requirements for the RAS and sends a schedule to the supporting wing current operations office. The schedule includes an itinerary with departure and arrival times, a brief description of the amount and type of passengers/cargo and the name and phone number of the airlift Point of Contact (POC). Subsequent changes to the schedule changes will be sent to wing current operations prior to departure or directly to the aircrew once the mission is in execution Mission planning. The AC is responsible for conducting all missions planning Call sign. The RAS call sign is Cody 01. Additional RAS aircraft operating concurrently will be assigned Cody 02 etc., as necessary Command and Control (C2). C2 of the RAS is exercised through the AFRC command center. The command center will flight follow the mission, compile mission reports, input mission data to GDSS, coordinate problem resolution and waiver requests, and provide other assistance as required Mission execution. The aircrew will open the mission through the home station wing command post and fly the scheduled itinerary. Aircrew-initiated itinerary deviations for reasons

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