Operators should refer to the equipment's AFMS
(aircraft flight manual supplement) and if applicable, LOA, OpSpec/MSpec data," it said.
But when this war is over, how can the AFMS
remain medically prepared for the next conflict?
That said, the AFMS
alone cannot implement the vision described here: its scope is driven by the breadth of application of human performance, which goes well beyond health services.
Pilots should read their receivers' AFMSs
and see exactly what's required when using that particular GPS.
Tim Geiken and Rick Collins are managing directors of AFMS
Logistics Management Group, a consulting firm that specializes in helping shippers to manage small-package pricing and service.
Ultimately, the question is whether consolidation will solve the deployment problems experienced by the AFMS
during Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom.
The subsequent step, after identifying cost drivers of "the must" factory activities, is to select appropriate control/management functions that an AFMS
should possess to minimize the unit activity cost, using state-of-the-art information and control technologies (as previously discussed).
Rashmi, who completed her Diploma in Dermatology, Venerology and Leprosy in 2005 after being selected by the AFMS
, was not drafted into the
If you're getting hit with oversize or special-handling charges, investigate whether changing your packaging could help you avoid those extra costs, suggests Doug Kahl, director of sales and business development for AFMS
, a Portland, Ore.
and others stated that the "'vision' for the AFMS
emphasizes that Air Force medical personnel must be able to support the Air Force mission throughout the full continuum of military operations in which airpower may be employed.
She was a frequent exhibitor at local, CFMS, and AFMS
gem and mineral shows.
He lauded the contribution of the AFMS
in various missions abroad including under the UN Flag such as Ethiopia, Lebanon, Golan Heights, Congo and Afghanistan.