AFPAM 90-803 provides numerous examples and models for deliberate RM use.
As most are aware, the five generally accepted steps (cyclical steps) for conducting risk management, both deliberate and real-time, and outlined in AFPAM 90-803 are as follows:
Aircraft will not always be required to depart within standard ground times listed in AFPAM
Learning about giving and receiving feedback can begin in the Promotion Fitness Examination (PFE) Study Guide (AFPAM 36-2241V1) or in books such as London's Job Feedback.
(35.) Air Force Pamphlet (AFPAM) 36-2241V1, Promotion Fitness Examination (PFE) Study Guide, vol.
19, 1976) (reissue pending as AFPAM 51-710) [hereinafter AFPAM 110-31], defines the international law of armed conflict as,
Such individuals include civilians, medical personnel, chaplains, and combat personnel who "have been placed out of combat by sickness, wounds, or other causes including confinement as prisoners of war." AFPAM 110-31, supra note 13, at para.
This information has been extracted from AFPAM
(8.) Air Force Pamphlet (AFPAM
) 10-1403, Air Mobility Planning Factors, 18 December 2003, 12, table 3, http:// www.e-publishing.af.mil/pubfiles/af/10/afpam 10-1403/afpam 10-1403.pdf; C-5 Galaxy Fact Sheet, http:// www.af.mil/factsheets/factsheet.asp?fsID=84; and C-5A/B Galaxy, http: //www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/ac/c-5.htm.
There are a variety of tools available to aid in risk control (AFPAM
90-902), but the one I'd like to present is the 5M Model (Fig 1).
(4.) Air Force Pamphlet (AFPAM
) 110-31, International Law -- The Conduct of Armed Conflict and Air Operations, 19 November 1976, 15-6.
Editor's note: Draft Revision to AFPAM
90-902 submitted by ACC/SEF.