6911 Management Evaluate leadership guidance communication and attitude of unit

6911 management evaluate leadership guidance

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6.9.1.1. Management. Evaluate leadership, guidance, communication, and attitude of unit commander and key supervisors. When assessing management, consider whether deficiencies are the result of individual error or reflect management or supervisory training/experience gaps. 6.9.1.2. Administration. 6.9.1.2.1. Evaluate weapons loading and management to include loading standardization, certification, training programs and schedules. 6.9.1.2.2. Evaluate re-entry system mating management to include standardization, training and certification programs and maintenance plans, as required. 6.9.1.2.3. Evaluate status of approved security or safety waivers, exemptions, deviations and exceptions. 6.9.1.2.4. Munitions Control. Evaluate Munitions Control in the planning, coordinating, directing and controlling munitions/weapons activities IAW applicable AFIs. 6.9.1.2.5. Munitions/maintenance plans and scheduling. Evaluate IAW applicable Air Force publications. 6.9.1.2.6. Evaluate the certification processes and documentation of unit certified/qualified personnel (e.g., maintainers, aircrew, missile combat crew members, vehicle operators, etc) assigned to duties involving nuclear weapons. 6.9.1.2.7. Munitions Accountable Systems Officer and Nuclear Reporting Section. Evaluate all aspects of the daily accountability, reporting and custody of the unit’s nuclear weapons, components, spares (base and military) and Combat Ammunition System managed Nuclear Weapon Related material IAW applicable Air Force Publications.
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AFI90-201 21 APRIL 2015 81 6.9.2. Technical Operations. 6.9.2.1. Evaluate each type of assigned weapon(s) or weapon system(s) units are tasked to support to assess safety, security, reliability and technical performance. These evaluations are limited to those operations on which personnel maintain certification and operations directed by CJCSI 3263.05B. All record actions and reporting normally associated with the operation will be evaluated. MAJCOM IGs will determine the scope and definitive start/stop of technical operations. In order to minimize the inspection footprint and mirror day-to-day unit operations, this inspection activity evaluates unit certified teams performing NWTI-required technical operations with minimal QA and other unit leadership presence. 6.9.2.2. For all technical operations and/or task evaluations the MAJCOM IGs will brief items in paragraphs 6.10.2.2.3.1 thru 6.10.2.2.3.7 to all personnel to be evaluated prior to the start of the evaluation. Units may be required to submit team assignment documents, duty rosters, unit committed munitions lists, maintenance capability letters, etc., to the MAJCOM IG before team arrival to expedite team selection. Consider individual Career Field Education Training Plans, Training Business Area, Load Training and Certification Document (AF IMT Forms 2435), PRP status, and work shifts and ARC personnel when making team selections (maintain team integrity to the maximum extent possible).
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