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Costs of compliance 91-032 Comparison of two meth The Joint Staff Office F This instruction establishes ALS objectives, responsibilities, administrative, deployment and contingency 91-30, training, clothing, and aircrew life support equipment requirements. Intervening levels will evaluate all recommendations and forward the AF Form to the next echelon. The use of the name or mark of any specific manufacturer, commercial product, commodity, or service in this instruction does not imply endorsement by the Air Force.
This supplement applies to all 91-32, including passengers, flying in aircraft for which AFMC is responsible or may be contractually liable for loss or damage. Among the changes too numerous to mention in this section, this revision formally identifies the requirement for an ALS Functional or Career Field Manager in the rank of Chief Master Sergeant on the Air Staff paragraph 2.
AFI19 91-032is supplemented as follows: Resource Protection and Control: Passenger and Incentive Flyer Training: Training Aids and Equipment: Instructor Guides and Lesson Plans: To protect and sustain human life during flight operations. Prepares aircrew and passengers to survive, affect their rescue, and return to duty if forced to abandon their aircraft during an emergency.
Increase combat capability of the total weapon system by enhancing the performance of the aircrew. Reduce injuries and increase survival rates by providing aircrew and passengers with the best equipment available through new technologies and system training.
Identify requirements for modernization and new equipment by analyzing: Train aircrew and passengers to use their aircrew life support equipment ALSE in a manner, which reinforces recall during emergency situations. Training should be accomplished using training equipment that mirrors operational equipment and realistic scenarios, which aircrew and passengers are likely to encounter. Realistic training will ensure aircrew and passengers have confidence in their equipment and their ability to use it.
Units are not required to supplement this instruction unless, necessary for unique unit requirements refer to paragraph 2. Units may request waivers when unique circumstances or requirements affect their capability to support the programs, policies and procedures that are in this supplement. If approved, waivers remain in effect for the amount of time needed to correct the problem causing the waiver requirement, not to exceed one year.
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The approving agency may cancel the waiver adi writing if issues change the basic intent or requirement for the waiver. Units are encouraged to propose and recommend policy and procedural improvements to this supplement. Submit all suggested changes and improvements to this supplement on AF FormRecommendation for Change of Publication.
MAJCOMs will supplement this instruction for their unique programs within 12 months of the publication date of this instruction.
All subordinate units will ensure ALS matters, including requests for waivers, are channeled through their group ALS staff. Do not request waivers by telephone. Use letter or message format to request waivers depending on urgency. Keep messages to a minimum. When sending messages requiring an action by higher headquarters HHQprovide information copies to all command agencies involved. Units will ensure equivalent local coordination on messages prior to transmission when responding to coordinated messages.
Use written communications to explain actions or request assistance from a higher echelon. Forward the request to the next HHQs for action ai do not bypass channels. Units are encouraged to use E-mail to facilitate correspondence. Use E-mail when an interim response is needed or to answer a HHQs tasking not requiring a formal response. Hosts an annual Air Staff working group with representatives involved with Aircrew Protection responsibilities. The intent of the working group is to build a network of contacts, keep lines of communication open, and resolve Aircrew Protection issues that are aci functional in nature.
Advises on 91-02 issues. Serves on Air Force, joint inter-agency, and industry groups, boards, task forces, committees, and conferences dealing with ALS operational 91-320.
Command-level technical concerns affecting ALS systems and subsystems, manpower resources, and equipment. Aircraft acquisition, conversion, and modification programs to ensure proper integration of ALSE and weapon systems. Reviews aircraft mishaps in which aircrews have used ALSE or systems.
Ensures technical schools have assets to support new training requirements.
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The APEC will meet annually to receive briefings on ALS systems programs and plans, discuss issues, and establish a strategic plan for future development and acquisition. In addition, the APEC will prioritize sustainment activities related to currently fielded equipment. Provides statistical data, analysis, and recommendations on all mishaps or incidents involving ALSE or training.
Provides technical assistance on request to aircraft mishap investigation boards. Serves on the APEC. Briefs attendees on aircrew use of ALSE, their performance during aircraft mishaps, and general safety concerns. Attends Air Force, joint agency, and industry meetings, boards, task forces, and conferences that deal with ALSE, as required.
Monitors the development and acquisition of new ALSE. Oversees the medical aspects of the ALS program. Sets guidelines for infection control. Is the single point authority i. Maintains and updates Air Force T. If new equipment items are command specific, then the lead command will sponsor the update.
Ensures fielded ALS systems and subsystems are integrated with newly developed technologies, systems, and subsystems. Conducts product engineering evaluations and analysis with the purpose of providing users safe-to-fly certifications and recommendations. Conducts an ALS science and technology program to ensure technologies will exist to satisfy future Air Force requirements. Develops a technology transfer plan to move exploratory and advanced development ALS technologies into full-scale development.
Establishes procedures for intra-command coordination and configuration control of ALS subsystems and equipment. Provides representation to the APEC. Establishes and publishes Technical Order options list for their respective commands. If additional procedures become mandatory, units will be advised by message or supplement change. All unit options will be reflected in local supplements. Aircrew Life Support personnel assigned to AFRL are subject matter experts and liaisons between the field and the laboratory in the research and development of ALSE and human-related studies.
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Reviews aircraft mishaps and incident reports command specific involving ALSE and resulting recommendations. Coordinates with appropriate maintenance activities i. Attends Air Force, joint agency, and industry meetings, groups, boards, task forces, committees, and conferences dealing with developing, modifying, or researching ALSE. Ensures LSOs afu officers fly periodic sorties in primary assigned aircraft 91-320 evaluate the adequacy of personal and aircraft-installed ALSE. Provides guidance to units for using, controlling, and safeguarding ALSE.
Establishes and evaluates unit quality assurance QA programs. Monitors the forecasting of replacement requirements aci calendar time-change items IAW T. Monitors the overall operation of the ALS Program in 913-02 units. Af as a focal point concerning unit ALS matters.
The intent of this working group is to foster a spirit of cooperation, keep lines of communication open, and resolve Aircrew Protection issues that are cross functional in nature. Forward appropriate issues to Air Staff counterparts. Afo As required, units will host a working group meeting with organizations involved with Aircrew Protection responsibilities.
See Chapter 6 for specific pilot and non-pilot unit responsibilities. Conducts periodic site visits e. The operations group commander or equivalent will appoint a rated officer to serve as the LSO and the wing ALS manager. The LSO will not be required to perform other additional duties, except as required by limited manning requirements at small squadrons and detachments. When AFMC equipment, training or procedural requirements differ from host base or contractor programs, the DFO will make sure host-tenant or contract support agreements include these requirements where possible.
If necessary, request 19-302 from the nearest major AFMC base. Ensure adequate distraction-free training facilities, sites and equipment are available to conduct all ALSCT events. Ensure funds are allocated for the continued management of all ALS programs and contingency plans. Ensure standardized guidance is provided for aircraft and ALSE configurations, mobility and chemical defense operations at bare-base and unit exercise locations.
Standardized guidance will be provided to the maximum extent possible. Ensure ALS functions are advised of changes to applicable contingency plans in time to ensure required equipment is available for deployment. Ensure compliance with minimum ALSE requirements as established by the provisions of AFIVolume 3, General Flight Rules, this instruction, applicable technical orders, and aircraft flight manuals.
Ensure all aircrew and passengers wear or have readily available aboard the aircraft for use all required ALSE. Ensure that ALS sections maintain a current file of publications, T. Ensure a familiarization program exists to ensure ALS personnel are knowledgeable of T. Conduct SAVs annually to each subordinate activity. Maintain 91-320 of such visits for at least 2 years IAW Prepare and evaluate Wfi related portions of local support agreements.