AS 100 Spring 2016 Midterm Study Guide

LESSON TITLE: AIR FORCE INSTALLATIONS

Sample of Behavior : Identify the services and facilities available in the base community.

Know the responsibilities of the following:
Traffic Management Office (TMO)
-Ships Household Goods
-Do It Yourself Move (DITY): Will be compensated with an incentive payment of 95% of what it would have cost the government to move the household goods

Public Affairs Office
-Disseminates internal and public information and coordinates community relations

Military Personnel Section
-Responsible for all personnel actions that affect military members but can also provide several services to dependents of military members as well

Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES)
-Manages several retail stores

Force Support Squadron
-Maintains recreational facilities on-and-off base
-loans sporting goods and recreational equipment
- Provides other services for use by active duty, retirees, dependents of both, and accompanied guests

BX
- Provides merchandise and services at prices considerably lower than those for comparable products on civilian markets
-Generates reasonable earning to support Service markets (SVS)

Commis s ary
-Provides means for the Air Force to feed its members

Airmen & Family Readiness Center (AFRC)
-Aids active duty, Guard, Reserve, and civilian personnel and their families in meeting personal problems.

LESSON TITLE: LISTENING - THE NEGLECTED SKILL

Sample of Behavior : Identify the differences between hearing and listening.
Hearing:
-Physical Act of receiving sound
-Passive Process
-No efforts

Listening:
-Selective Process
-Active Process
-Takes Work

Sample of Behavior : Define effective listening and the five steps of the listening process.
Effective Listening: Receiving, analyzing, and comprehending messages told to you.

Five Steps: Receiving, Attending to, Understanding Evaluating, and Responding to

LESSON TITLE: WAR & THE U.S. MILITARY

Sample of Behavior : Define war
A State of armed conflict between different nations or state or different groups within a nation or state

Sample of Behavior : State the three enduring truths that describe the fundamental nature of war.
An instrument of policy, strategy, or culture
A complex and chaotic human endeavor
A clash of opposing wills

Sample of Behavior : Identify the four different viewpoints on war.
Realism
Holy War
Pacifism
Just War Theory

Sample of Behavior : List the three factors that dominate war.
Fog
Friction
Chance

LESSON TITLE: AIR FORCE HERITAGE

Sample of Behavior: Identify the state of American airpower upon entering WWI.
Ranked 14th among airpowers of the world

Sample of Behavior : List the critical events of the Combined Bomber Offensive.
14th October 1943: AFF launched two groups of B-17 to attack Schweinfurt, Germany

Sample of Behavior : Identify a key technological advancement of the Korean War.
The Korean War saw the first full introduction of the jet fighter by both participants