2014 United States Air Force Reserve Handbook - Citizen Airmen, Jackie Cochran, Jimmy Doolittle, Jimmy Stewart, Organizations, Reservist Categories, Disaster Response, Locations, Leadership
Here is the latest edition of the official guide to the U.S. Air Force Reserve, with information on current organization, leadership, and components, along with fascinating history including famous members like Jackie Cochran, Jimmy Doolittle, and Jimmy Stewart. More
Here is the latest edition of the official guide to the U.S. Air Force Reserve, with information on current organization, leadership, and components, along with fascinating history including famous members like Jackie Cochran, Jimmy Doolittle, and Jimmy Stewart.
01. Contents * 02. Leadership * Senior Leaders * Strategic Compass: Vision, Mission, Focus Areas * 03. Total Force Team * One Air Force - Three Components * Reserve Component Purpose * Operational Capability * Regular and Reserve Component Mix * Journey To Today's Total Force * 04. Organizations & Locations * AF/RE * HQ AFRC * 4th Air Force * 10th Air Force * 22nd Air Force * HQ ARPC * Readiness Management Group * Force Generation Center * 05. Categories of Reservists * Participation Statuses * Traditional Reservist * Air Reserve Technician * Individual Mobilization Augmentee * Active Guard Reserve * Civil Service Employee * Reserve Personnel Categories * Ready Reserve * Selected Reserve * Individual Ready Reserve * Standby Reserve * Retired Reserve * Active Duty Retired * 06. Database * Manning & Demographics * Selected Reserve Statistics * Budget * Real Property * 07. Air, Space & Cyberspace Missions * AFR Contributions to AF Core Missions * Air * Space * Cyberspace * 08. National Disaster & Emergency Response * Unique & Dual-use Capability * Mobilization for National Emergencies * Past Responses * 09. Volunteers * 10. Mobilizing the Reserve * Authorities & Processes * Volunteer Benefits vs. Mobilization Benefits * 11. Advantages of Associate Units * 12. Developing The Future * Mission * Manpower * Modernization * Military Construction * 13. Being a Good Wingman * Wingman Toolkit * Sexual Assault Prevention and Response * Diversity * Women In Combat * 14. Today's Air Force Reservists in Action * 15. Air Force Reserve History * Brief History * Air Force Reserve History Timeline * Historic & Visionary Leaders * Historic Air Force Reservists * 16. Air Force Reserve Units by State * 17. Glossary
The Air Force Reserve is a combat-ready force, composed of more than 70,000 proud reservists, stationed locally throughout the United States, serving globally for every Combatant Command around the world. They provide our Nation with operational capability, strategic depth and surge capacity whenever America needs us. They are an integrated Total Force partner in every Air Force core mission: Air and Space Superiority, Global Strike, Rapid Global Mobility, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance, and Command and Control. In an increasingly limited fiscal environment, reservists remain efficient and cost-effective solutions to our nation's challenges. The majority of Citizen Airmen serve part time, making them a highly efficient force, averaging about a third of the cost of active duty Airmen. Perhaps the greatest strength is retaining 'Airmen for life,' preserving the considerable investments and expertise of Airmen beyond their active duty service. In times of crisis, we can call upon our strategic depth of an additional 785,000 Airmen from the Inc Standby Reserve, Retired Reserve and Retired Active Duty. To meet future challenges, the Air Force Reserve works as a member of the "Total Force", alongside National Guardsmen. This strong, three-component team is ready for combat or humanitarian relief operations worldwide. Since 2012, the Air Force Reserve can also be mobilized to respond to domestic requirements here at home.
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