Logistics Plans Career Ladder, AFSC 2G0X1
Occupational survey rept
AIR FORCE OCCUPATIONAL MEASUREMENT SQUADRON RANDOLPH AFB TX
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This is a report of an occupational survey of the Logistics Plans career ladder, conducted by the Occupational Analysis Flight, Air Force Occupational Measurement Squadron AFOMS. This survey data will ensure current data for use in evaluating the effectiveness of training and to verify changes within the career ladder and technical training materials. AFSC 2G0X1 personnel were last surveyed in August 1993. According to the specialty descriptions in the AFSC 2G0X1 Career Field Education Training Plan, Logistics Plans superintendents manage the development, evaluation, planning, and documentation of all logistics plans functions and activities. Logistics Plans Craftsmen manage the development of evaluation procedures for office tasks that include, but are not limited to, the deliberate planning process, support agreements, base support planning, the War Reserve Materiel WRM program, deployment management program, and other functional responsibilities. Journeymen perform, evaluate, monitor, and inspect logistics plans and programs activities. As this is a Lateral AFSC, initial 3-skill level training for AFSC 2G0X1 personnel is currently provided through course L3ALR2G031-005, Logistics Plans Apprentice, and is taught at Lackland AFB TX. This course is 31 days in length and includes instruction on introduction to logistics plans, SecurityOperations Security, aerospace doctrine, Air Force Occupational Safety and Health, joint planning, USAF planning process, Manpower and Equipment Force Packaging - System, Time Phased Force and Deployment DataLists TPFDDTPFDL development process, site surveys, base support planning, Contingency OperationMobility Planning and Execution System COMPES, and contingencydeployment planning. Upon completion of this course, personnel are awarded the 3-skill level.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations