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Air Force 101 & Logistics. The United States Air Force. Our Mission. “The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win …in air, space and cyberspace.”. Air Force Priorities. Reinvigorate the Nuclear Enterprise Focus on compliance-driven, accountability based culture

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Air force 101 logistics

Air Force 101 & Logistics


The united states air force

The United States Air Force


Our mission

Our Mission

“The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win…in air, space and cyberspace.”


Air force priorities

Air Force Priorities

  • Reinvigorate the Nuclear Enterprise

    • Focus on compliance-driven, accountability based culture

    • Hone a corporately embraced implementation strategy

  • Partner with Joint and Coalition Team to Win Today’s Fight

    • Organize, Train and Equip Airmen to support the AF and COCOM mission

    • Maximize efforts in IW, COIN, FID and Building Partnership Capacity

  • Develop and Care for Airmen and their Families

    • Provide exceptional care for our Wounded Warriors and their families

    • Ensure adequate housing, dormitories and facilities for Airmen and their families

  • Modernize our Aging Air and Space Inventories

    • Develop new capabilities portfolio to keep pace with technologyand global threat

    • Provide systems to protect our forces and ensure the destructionof adversaries

  • Recapture Acquisition Excellence

    • Improve requirements, budgeting and weapons acquisition processes

    • Rebuild crucial skills…increase the number of qualified, experienced personnel


Air force core functions what we bring to the fight

Air Force Core FunctionsWhat We Bring to the Fight

  • Nuclear Deterrence Ops

  • Air Superiority

  • Space Superiority

  • Cyberspace Superiority

  • Command and Control

  • Global Integrated ISR

  • Global Precision Attack

  • Special Operations

  • Rapid Global Mobility

  • Personnel Recovery

  • Agile Combat Support

  • Building Partnerships


What we do for the joint team

What We DoFor the Joint Team

Unique responsibilities for political and military leaders and the Nation: Irregular warfare or theater-level engagement – Full Spectrum

Global Vigilance, Global Reach, Global Power

  • Surveil the entire planet

    • From air, space, & cyberspace

    • Detect & analyze enemy activity, capability & intent

  • Range the entire planet

    • Threaten & hold those targets at risk, deter & dissuade the enemy

    • Strike, supply, show of force

    • Kinetic / non-kinetic

  • Command & Control our activities aroundthe entire planet

  • Assess our global effects, across domains


Joint coalition and interagency team

Air & Space ExpeditionaryForces (AEFs)

Coalition

Air MobilityForces

SpaceForces

NRO

Army Aviation

SOF

USCG

Interagency

Joint, Coalition and Interagency Team

NavalAviation

USMC Aviation

Integrating Total Force: Active / Guard / Reserve / Civilian + Interagency and Coalition Partners


How we fight video

How We Fight Video


How we fight video1

How We Fight Video


Today s air force

Today’s Air Force

  • Global Vigilance

    • Saving lives – providing ISR to determine enemy’s capabilities and intentions

    • Increased capacity and capability to keep an unblinking eye…24/7

    • 39 UAV Combat Air Patrols and growing – providing full-motion video for troops on the ground

  • Global Reach

    • Delivering needed resources with unrivaled velocity and precision

    • Providing maximum warfighting and humanitarian effects

    • Over 1,000,000 flights supporting the Global War on Terror

  • Global Power

    • Capability to deliver precise lethal effects – anytime, anywhere, any environment

    • Increased long-range strike and fighter aircraft capability

    • Supporting COCOMs with over 100 strike sorties per day

Fly, Fight and Win as an Integral Part of the Joint Team


Organizational structures changing how we fight

AFGSC

MAJCOM-C

NAF-C

AEF

557,969 AD

96,283 ANG 58,921 AFRC

713,173 Total

535,233 AD

117,786 ANG 83,813 AFRC

736,832 Total

Organizational StructuresChanging How We Fight

SAC/MAC/TAC Reorganized

Into ACC & AMC

To Meet New Strategic Environment

1998: Expeditionary Air Force (EAF) Concept unveiled

TODAY and TOMORROW:

AF Component,

Total Force Integration and Global Strike Command

1980

1990

2000

2006

Today

1998 shift to

Expeditionary Structure

1992 shift to

Functional Organizations

355,654 AD

106,366 ANG 72,340 AFRC

534,360 Total

351,839 AD

104,093 ANG

75,552 AFRC

531,484 Total

327,379 AD

107,679 ANG

67,565 AFRC

502,623 Total


The air force budget blue toa no supplementals

The Air Force Budget(Blue TOA, No Supplementals)

numbers may not add due to rounding

$114.9B

$115.8B

People $37.4 (32.5%)

People $39.5 (34.1%)

Readiness

$31.9 (27.7%)

Readiness

$29.4 (25.4%)

($B)

Infrastructure $5.4 (4.7%)

Infrastructure $5.7 (5.0%)

Modernization & Recapitalization $40.0 (34.8%)

Modernization & Recapitalization $41.4 (35.8%)

FY09 Appropriated

FY10 Appropriated


By the numbers

USMC

203K

USA

549K

USN

325K

USAF

330K*

By the Numbers

  • Avg Yrs Service/Age

    • Officer 11 yrs/35

    • Enlisted 8 yrs/29

    • Civilians 15 yrs/46

    • (39% of the Force < 26)

Mar 10

  • Enlisted 265K

  • Officers 66K

  • ANG 109K

  • AFRC 68K

  • Civilian171K

  • Total Force Strength 679K* Mar 10

Active Duty End Strength

Sep 09

*Does not include USAFA Cadets


Organization

Organization

Secretary of the Air Force

Air Force Chief of Staff

MAJCOM Commanders

Title X, US Code

Organize Train Equip Provide Forces

  • Organized into Major Commands (MAJCOMs): Air Combat Command, Air Mobility Command, Air Education and Training Command, Pacific Air Forces, United States Air Forces Europe, Air Force Materiel Command, Air Force Space Command, Air Force Reserve Command, Air Force Special Operations Command, and Air Force Global Strike Command; 33 Forward Operating Agencies and 3 Direct Reporting Units

  • MAJCOMs subdivided into numbered air forces, wings, groups, and squadrons


Air space expeditionary force providing forces to the joint warfighter

AEF 1

AEF 1

AEF 2

AEF 2

AEF 1

AETF

AEF 2

ENABLERS

AEF 3

AEF 4

AEF 5

AEF 6

AEF 7

AEF 8

AEF 9

AEF 10

Air & Space Expeditionary ForceProviding Forces to the Joint Warfighter

Organize, Train & Equip

Personnel Force

Management

Force Generation

Force Presentation

Space

C4ISR

Fighters

UAS

Bombers

Stealth

Tankers

Lift

Enablers

Force Multipliers

ECS

USAF

  • Increases predictability and stability of tour length and tempo

  • Maintains readiness

  • Improves ARC Participation planning (volunteer & mobilized)


Forward operating locations

Baghdad

Balad

Kirkuk

Tallil/Ali

Al Taji

Camp Victory

Tikrit

Camp Bucca

Mosul

Al Taqaddum

Al Asad

Al Sahra AAF

Qayyarah West

Anaconda

Tal Afar

Basrah-Magal

Camp Fallujah

Al Ramadi

Forward Operating Locations

Spangdahlem

Ramstein/Sembach

Geilenkirchen

Landstuhl

Patch Barracks

Pirmasens ASP

Stuttgart-Vaihingen

Keflavik

Lakenheath

Mildenhall

Siauliai

Manas

Kadena

Yokota

Misawa

CONUS FOLS not depicted

Tuzla

Sarajevo

Aviano

Sigonella

Naples

Poggio Renatico

Niscemi

Pristina

Bagram

Kandahar

Kabul

Chakhcharan

Khost

Ashgabat

Osan

Kunsan

Akrotiri

Incirlik

Moron

Islamabad

Luis Munoz Marin

Soto Cano

GTMO

Curucao

Aruba

Andersen

San Salvador

Djibouti

Philippines

Bogota

Gomez Nino Apiay

Diego Garcia

14 Gulf

Region Locations

Quito

Manta City

Lima

39,458 AF Personnel Deployed to 96 Locations

29,688 Airmen Deployed to CENTCOM

>57,206 Sorties in Support of Operation Noble Eagle Since 9/11


Logistics ain t easy

“Logistics” ain’t easy….

"As an infantryman, I used to be no more interested in logistics than what you could stuff in a rucksack. Now I know that, although the tactics aren't easy, they're relatively simple when compared to the logistics."

Maj. Gen. David H. Petraeus

101st Airborne Division March, 2003, OIF


And it s getting harder

…and it’s getting harder

  • Resource constraints will continue to mount

  • Equipment continues to age

    • Average aircraft age now 24 years

  • Manpower costs rising approximately 6% annually

  • PBD 720 mandates major manpower reductions across the Total Force


Circumstances dictate change

Circumstances dictate change


Expeditionary logistics

Expeditionary Logistics

Improve combat commander’s responsiveness, deployability and sustainability through effective combat support operations

  • Replace massive deployed inventories with responsiveness

  • Adopt time-definite resupply concept

  • Use reach-back approach to permit fewer forward deployed functions and personnel

  • Leverage information technology to support deployment and sustainment of forces

&


Global logistics support center glsc

Global Logistics Support Center(GLSC)

“1-800-GLSC” “www.GLSC”

Air force supply chain management capability, providing… enterprise planning, global command and control, Single focal point…in support of our full range of military operations

GLSC AF level “SCM Police” needed to meet today & tomorrow’s mission needs


Aoc for supply chain management

AOC for Supply Chain Management


Expeditionary combat support system ecss the tool

Human

Resources

Finance

e-Business

Transaction

Engine

Readiness

Retrograde

Quality Assurance

Mission Planning

Inventory

Management

Force

Planning

Installation

Mgmt.

Finance

Reporting

Supply

Workflow

Data Analysis

Logistics

Acquisition

Materials

Management

Training

Qualifications

Force

Management

Transportation

& Distribution

Maintenance

Maintenance

Expeditionary Combat Support System (ECSS) “The tool”

Centralized

Data Base

ERP

COTS ERP software focuses on integrating

an enterprise’s “horizontal functions”


Recapitalizing and modernizing logistics system transformation

Recapitalizing and ModernizingLogistics System Transformation

2007  426 legacy systems

2008

409 systems

2009

386 systems

2010

237 systems

ECSS

2011

16 systems

2012

6 systems

17 retire

23 retire

149 retire

221 retire

10 retire

Migrating Legacy Systems to Deliver Net-Savings for the Air Force


The logistics readiness team

The Logistics Readiness Team

MISSION

To provide the warfighter an integrated material management, distribution, and planning capability that is combat focused, lean and highly expeditionary

VISION

Total Force Logistics Readiness Airmen

providing Agile Combat Support

at the right place, on time at the right time…every time

Light, Lean, Lethal and Highly Expeditionary Combat Capability


Combat missions

Combat Missions

  • Joint Expeditionary Tasking (JET)

    • Combat Convoys

    • Civil Affairs Teams

    • Embedded Training Teams

    • Provincial Reconstruction Team

    • Movement Control Teams

    • Unit Retrograde Teams

  • CDDOC

  • Air Movement Teams

  • ELRS

  • CAOC

Combat capability on the battlefield – we are warfighters!


Home station structure

Home Station Structure

  • HQ Air Force

  • Major Command -- Air Combat Command

  • Numbered Air Force -- 9th Air Force

  • Wing -- 1st Fighter Wing (ACC, Langley AFB)

  • Group -- 1st Mission Support Group

  • Squadron – 1st Logistics Readiness Squadron

  • Flight – Distribution Flight


Logistics readiness squadron

Logistics Readiness Squadron

  • Materiel Management

  • Distribution

  • Contingency Planning

  • Aerial Port

  • Fuels


Forces support squadron

Forces Support Squadron

  • Food Service

  • Subsistence Support

  • Lodging

  • Mortuary Affairs

  • Laundry Services

  • Fitness

  • Recreation

  • Field Exchange

  • Entertainment


Civil engineer squadron

Civil Engineer Squadron

  • Prepare runways lighting/arresting

    barriers

  • Fire protection

  • Utilities

  • Erect/build facilities

  • Prepare ammo storage,

    aircraft revetments

  • Environmental and

    sanitation

  • Road Construction


Maintenance weapons munitions

Maintenance/Weapons/Munitions


Take aways

Take Aways

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