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The 17th TRG can incorporate mental preparation and discuss the ethical use of deadly force in the classroom while career field managers work to incorporate resiliency skills into enlisted CFETPs. Squadron commanders can work with their training teams and wing support agencies to develop localized training meeting their Airmen's needs today.
Give time for the processes to improve and the officers to use the aforementioned CFETP framework to develop--we've got it right, we just need time.
From Log 199-499 classes, to Contingency Wartime Planning and Aerial Port courses to acquisition, mobility and JOPES classes, the formalized framework for LRO development is succinctly outlined in the CFETP.
According to the CFETP, the objective of this program, known as the Logistics Officer Orientation Program (LOOP), is "to provide a foundation for their career in logistics readiness." (20) Additionally, LOOP provides the Air Force logistician an introduction and familiarization of information systems, processes, and programs prior to the officer attending formal technical training.
According to the CFETP, "each accession LRO will be required to attain proficiency in each of the three core competencies before attaining the designation of fully qualified." (23) The standard time frame for LROs to reach fully qualified status is anywhere between four to six years of commissioned service time.
(24) The CFETP requires all Air Force logistics majors and major selects to attend LREC.
Workshop participants reviewed the Air Force Enlisted Career Field Description (AFECD), Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP), supplemental courses, CDCs, 3 and 7-level courses, Unit Type Code (UTC) task lists, Silver Flag courses, and advanced and basic Comptroller Contingency Familiarization Courses.
Priority updates from the UT&W included adding decision support tasks to the specialty training standard (STS) Parts I and II of the CFETP and including references to decision support in the AFECD.
This capability adds an additional 30 percent of the CFETP tasks for bladder cell replacement training, which raises the overall CFETP task certifications performed on the MTD to a whopping 59 percent without the use of an aircraft.
To facilitate the professional development of a logistics readiness officer, the Career Field Education and Training Plan (CFETP) was developed, focusing on the key tasks of the three core logistics competencies: materiel management, distribution, and contingency operations.
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