2G051 ED 10 - Volume 2 Practice Test

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  • 1 . (212) The assignment of unit type code (UTC) categories is based on
    functional areas
  • 2 . (219) During the time-phased force and deployment data (TPFDD) movement timing requirements planning the installation deployment officer (IDO) first needs to make decisions based on
    an analysis of the TPFDD available to load dates (ALD) and required deliver dates (RDD) against the strategic airflow and unit type code (UTC) movement priority
  • 3 . (215) What is compared when the Air Force verification capability (AFVC) process is conducted to find requirements that have been conflicted and/or contain erroneous data?
    Information between Deliberate and Crisis Action Planning and Execution Segments (DCAPES) and the Joint Operation Planning and Execution System (JOPES)
  • 4 . (216) Which deployment function/system provides monitoring for deploying cargo and personnel from origin to destination?
    In-transit visibility (ITV)
  • 5 . (231) What is essential to accurate accountability and employment of incoming forces?
    Command and control (C2)
  • 6 . (212) Unit type codes (UTCs) are only represented by a
    5-character alphanumeric code
  • 7 . (224) What type of resources are include in the installation deployment plans (IDP) for forward presence forces?
    Host nation
  • 8 . (205) Which agency has the responsibility for organizing, training, and equipping aerospace forces to meet combatant commander (CCDR) requirements?
    Headquarters, United States Air Force (HAF)
  • 9 . (209) Which agency has a permanent member on the installation deployment readiness cell(IDRC) staff?
    Installation personnel readiness (IPR) personnel
  • 10 . (203) Specific unit type codes (UTC) normally eligible to deploy, given a certain set of deployment conditions, and assuming full readiness, are considered
    available to deploy