Unit Mobility Support.
Prepare and process individuals for deployments/re-deployments to and from combat zones, exercises, and other locations based on United States (U.S.) Government, Department of Defense (DoD), AF, Combatant Command (COCOM), and any other applicable guidance.
Coordinate and schedule required pre-deployment training. Ensure squadron personnel meet worldwide mobility training and records requirements (i.e., individual security clearances, Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC), weapons qualifications, immunizations, Force Protection (FP); and Information Assurance (IA)).
Coordinate and monitor the processing of squadron personnel and equipment through the Personnel Deployment Function (PDF) and Cargo Deployment Function (CDF).
Ensure all Logistics Module (LOGMOD) databases are maintained and all Deployment Schedule of Events (DSOE) are built by the Deployment Control Center (DCC), to include all Unit Type Codes (UTCs) that are tasked for any TDY, Flag Exercise, contingency tasking, Area of Responsibility (AOR) deployment, or individual augmentee deployment.
Provide all movement documentation requirements and Emergency and Special Program (ESP) Codes to the DCC and squadron resource advisor for all orders, Miscellaneous Obligation/Reimbursement Documents (MORDs), and movement specific requirements, to include all resupplies and personnel movement to and from the deployed location.
Provide mobility personnel, equipment, and Level IV data requirements to the Installation Deployment Officer (IDO).
Ensure final validation and accuracy of squadron Time-Phased Force and Deployment Data (TPFDD).
Make recommendations to the squadron resource advisor to procure deployment equipment specified by organizations. Maintain this equipment and distribute individual equipment for deploying personnel, utilizing current host base and AFI guidance.
Maintain mobility requirements and equipment/UTC packages, and prepare and submit requirements list for purchase to squadron leadership.
Manage deployment reporting to include Unit Type Code posturing, Air Expeditionary Force Reporting Tool (ART), Air Force Input Tool (AF-IT), Deployment Readiness Reporting System (DRRS), and individual status updates.
Use LOGMOD and Excel to track pre-deployment/post-deployment mobility, logistics, security, ancillary training, medical, and dental requirements.
Interface with Government-designated Commercial Travel Office (CTO), Air Mobility Command liaison officers, and unit/group/wing resource advisors to arrange and/or de-conflict deployment/re-deployment travel.
Coordinate with wing, base, and higher headquarters offices on mobility issues and maintain mobility folders/documentation IAW DoD Foreign Clearance Guide, AFIs/AFMANs (e.g., AFI 10-244, AFI 10-403, AFI 33- 332, AFI 37-132), associated AFCENT/MAJCOM/Installation supplements, applicable Army directives, and locally developed guidance.
Coordinate and schedule required pre-departure training with the mobilizing personnel, their supervisor, and Scheduling Office (DOS). Provide UM with access to the “Automated Civil Engineering System” (ACES) and the “Security Forces Management Information System” (SFMIS) for scheduling pre-deployment training.
Coordinate Tier 1, Tier 2, and Tier 2A training requirements for mobilizing personnel.
Must obtain Government Driver’s license upon request.
KSA – Experience and Education Requirement Minimum
1 year Experience working in a squadron-level or higher mobility office
Ability to obtain a Government Driver’s License Meets
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