2 edition of History of the Individual Mobilization Augmentee program found in the catalog.
History of the Individual Mobilization Augmentee program
Roma K. Simons
|Other titles||IMA history.|
|Statement||by Roma K. Simons ; with assistance from Lyn Hellwig.|
|Series||Special study, Special study (Air Reserve Personnel Center (U.S.))|
|Contributions||Hellwig, Lyn., Air Reserve Personnel Center (U.S.)|
|LC Classifications||UG853 .S56 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||93123031|
Since Sept. The Army also continues to be aware of the need to address transportability as a critical factor in the design of new equipment. Subsequently, the Army began to develop plans for an involuntary screening of the entire IRR during fiscal year The maintenance support activities element provides for fielding support for new systems, maintenance engineering, new equipment training, and revision of technical publications. Associate KC units provide 50 percent of the KC crews and contribute 50 percent to the maintenance force.
Forty-one combat service support units are scheduled for activation in the reserve components between the current year and fiscal year In, retirees were preassigned to installations in the continental United States, 3, to U. It will also provide government forms and assistance in filling them out. The primary goal of UPFRP is to empower Marines and family members, providing them the opportunities to not just survive but to thrive while taking on the challenges of the military lifestyle.
This program preassigns Regular Army and reserve retirees to suitable mobilization positions, including reserve training divisions and brigades. IDT periods for pay and points are usually performed during the week. Legal advice and assistance available. In general, there is a shortage of personnel in combat service support functions. Future demands for additional resources are expected as experience with the system increases. January - AugustU.
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Classes and groups geared toward preventing family problems are generally offered. Perhaps most important is training in convoy and counter- IED operations since these subjects are crucial to survival in Afghanistan and Iraq. IDT periods for pay and points are usually performed during the week. An IA can be an active duty, a National Guard, or a Reserve service member, and can either volunteer for IA service or be selected for it.
Concurrently, the United States made a commitment to develop the capability to reinforce NATO with ten divisions within ten days. Damage to personal property.
Guard and Reserve Airmen who would like to do more than their normal training may perform this as an additional duty. In the near term, airlift capability is being improved by "rewinging" the C-5A fleet, acquiring forty-eight C-5B and forty-four additional KC tanker planes, improving wartime aircraft utilization rates, extending the service life of existing History of the Individual Mobilization Augmentee program book, and improving the capabilities of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet.
Army Reserve training divisions. IMAs are part-time Air Force Reservists who are assigned to active duty Air Force units and organizations, combat support agencies, Unified Combatant Commands and the Joint Staff to do jobs that are essential in wartime or during contingency operations, but do not require full-time manning during times of peace.
They often stand in for deployed active-duty Airmen and may volunteer History of the Individual Mobilization Augmentee program book deployments themselves. Air Force from All other IMA Soldiers are considered allowed to perform 12 days of annual training AT and are currently funded up to 48, four-hour periods of individual duty for training IDT for pay.
Although names vary, most of the services are the same. The Air Force Reserve also contains other specialized capabilities not found in regular active duty Air Force units.
Erich Novak, mobilization assistant to the commander of 20th Air Force, F. So it had been less than a year. For example, the Air Force Reserve conducts two unique mission sets for which it possesses the sole USAF capability: Aerial Spray Missions At the request of local, state or federal agencies, the Air Force Reserve can conduct aerial spray missions employing insecticides or herbicides with specially-equipped C aircraft.
Previously, an associate unit was one where the active duty typically a wing level organization owned the aircraft and the Air Force Reserve or Air National Guard wing or group co-located with the active duty unit, providing only manpower.
Upon receiving a mobilization alert, preparation for deployment begins, including required briefings, additional training, medical and dental evaluations, and possibly counseling to ensure that service members are ready and able to be deployed.
The light division's rapid deployability and high combat-to-support ratio may well preclude a later necessity to deploy a larger, more costly force. The long-term goal of this project is to equip the training divisions with a proper mix of new and old equipment to ensure sufficient flexibility in the mobilization training base to support sustainment needs.
Post-deployment phase Servicemembers return to their home installation, and prepare to "reintegrate" into normal life, with individual branches of service offering additional briefings, training, medical evaluations, and counseling to assist.
Current assignment and training model[ edit ] Admiral Gary RougheadChief of Naval Operations speaking about individual augmentee assignments and answering questions during an all-hands call aboard USS Milius The current Individual Augmentee system approved by the United States Department of Defense works on a combination of ordered and volunteer assignments mirroring manning requirements.
July - JuneChief U. Funding to equip the entire medical force structure by fiscal year is programmed. The situation in war reserve stocks remained in flux during the year. Shea brings a wealth of experience to his IMA position.
Exceptional Family Member Program: Maintain and provide up-to-date information for families who have a special need family member. The Army also continues to be aware of the need to address transportability as a critical factor in the design of new equipment. To take advantage of the synergies and aircraft, active duty units are now being stood up at what were previously Air Force Reserve Command or Air National Guard locations, where the Air Reserve Component organization technically "owns" the aircraft, but share them with an active duty squadron, group or wing that provides additional manning.
The primary goal of UPFRP is to empower Marines and family members, providing them the opportunities to not just survive but to thrive while taking on the challenges of the military lifestyle. The C's speed, range, load-carrying characteristics and capability to operate under difficult terrain conditions make it an invaluable and versatile aircraft, strong enough to deliver its cargo on unimproved landing strips.
Strategic mobility increased through better airlift and sealift, but with very large problems remaining.Dec 18, · If so, and you want to keep racking up years of service toward retirement, the Air Force History of the Individual Mobilization Augmentee program book has an opportunity for you.
The Individual Mobilization Augmentee program is for people who want to transfer military training into a part-time position at an Air Force installation in Europe.
individual mobilization augmentee Definition (US DoD) Individual mobilization augmentees train on a part-time basis with these organizations to prepare for mobilization. Inactive duty training for individual mobilization augmentees is decided by component policy and can vary from 0 to 48 drills a year.
Also called IMA. While the Individual Augmentee program has been in existence long before the September 11, attacks, the current use of the program has drawn controversy.
One reason is that the program is being used to fill Army vacancies for the sole reason of making up for lower Army recruiting numbers.Nellis Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program This Pdf Sheet has been designed to assist Nellis IMAs and their supervisors in maintaining a seamless Total Force.
Please use the links below to ensure the most effective utilization of IMAs. Many changes are expected in the IMA program - .Category B - Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program. The individual mobilization augmentee program consists of individual reservists primarily assigned to active duty major commands, field operating agencies, joint organizations, direct reporting units .View Notes - HRC_DIMA_Handbook from MILITARY at American Public University.
HUMAN RESOURCES COMMAND DRILLING INDIVIDUAL MOBILIZATION AUGMENTEE (DIMA) HANDBOOK IMA Program Overview website.