Audit

A-METL DEVELOPMENT/TRAINING PLANS

A1.00 Has The unit developed a Unified Land Operations Based mission essential task list?

A2.00 Has the unit ULO METL been assessed during the most recent QTB/MTB or YTB ( RC)?

A3.00 does the unit METL support and complement higher headquarters METL?

A4.00 Has the unit METL been approved by the next higher commander in the wartime chain of command?

A5.00 After the commander designates the collective tasks that support the METL, has the unit CSM /1SG / Senior NCO developed a supporting individual task list for each collective task?

B-LONG/SHORT RANGE TRAINING PLANNING

B1.00 Does the BN or separate company have a Unit Training Plan (UTP) that is commensurate with the local requirements, unit deployment dates and its place in the ARFORGEN Pool?

B2.00 Does the Battalion/SEP Co/ TDA/Detachment Commander publish training guidance?

B3.00 Are unit training schedules established and manage utilizing DTMS?

B4.00 Are training schedules initiated 6 to 8 weeks (AC) or 4 months (RC) prior to execution?

B5.00 Does the unit maintain training schedules, which are approved by the company and battalion commander's with their signatures?

B6.00 Do training schedules provide detailed information on who, what, where, when, why and who evaluates training?

B7.00 Do training schedules reflect regularly scheduled safety training IAW regulatory guidance and a unit safety training plan?

B8.00 Do training schedules reflect MOS specific (e.g. maintenance, POL, NBC/CBRNE, ATS, ALSE, ect.) continuation training of unit Soldiers on individual tasks that support the unit METL?

B9.00 Are training meetings planned and annotated on the training schedule and conducted?

C-TRAINING MANAGEMENT

C1.00 Has the commander established and documented in Army Warrior Training (AWT) program to maintain units soldier proficiency in Warrior Tasks and Battle drills?

C2.00 Are AC commanders incorporating physical fitness training into the duty day?

C3.00 Is sergrant's time training (STT) being scheduled and anotated on the unit training schedule?

C4.00 Do company or detachment subordinate sections have documentation indicating completion of plan MOS sustainment training within the section?

C5.00 Has the commander established a leader training and leader development program for officers and NCO's?

C6.00 Does the unit have an assigned CBRN defense officer and NCO assigned on orders?

C7.00 Are the unit CBRN defense officer and NCO school trained?

C8.00 Is annual aircrew training in the operation, use, and operator maintenance of ALSS equipment scheduled on the unit training schedules, conducted and documented?

C9.00 Has the commander established a cycle and comprehensive aircrew academic program which is reflected on the unit training schedules to be administered throughout the training year as required by regulatory guidance?

C10.00 Does the uni conduct After Action Reviews (AARs) on major events?

C11.00 Has the battalion or separate company established a combat lifesaver program that is i accordance with guidance from their higher headquarters?

C12.00 Are unit commanders reviewing readiness status reports of subordinate units and submitting CURS on a Monthly/Quarterly (AC/RC) basis?

C13.00 Does The unit currently have 85% of its assigned rated and non-rated crew members qualified RL1? If not, does the commander have a plan to achieve the requirement before entering into it's available year in the ARFORGEN cycle?

C14.00 Are all assigned personnel DMOSQ? If not, has the commander established a plan for capturing school quotas and scheduling Soldiers to attend?

D-FLIGHT HOUR PROGRAM

D2.00 Does the commander estimate the hours necessary for maintenance?

D1.00 Is the Flying Hour Program established to maintain individual, crew, and unit proficiency?

D3.00 Are annual flying hours properly requested utilizing guidance from the higher headquarters?

D4.00 Is the monthly flying hour execution report submitted to the respective BDE/Installation, State flying hour program manager?

D5.00 Does the ASF commander (USAR) / AASF commander (ARNG) actively manage the AFTP program by providing AFTP support and track completed AFTPs for supported units?

D6.00 Does the BN/Facility report revised quarterly (monthly for ARNG) requirements to the respective BDE/Installation/State FHP manager for inclusion in the FHP report to the ACO or NGB?

D7.00 Are all Contingency Operations (CONOPS) hours flown reported separately to the respective ACOM?

E-OPERATIONAL SUPPORT AIRLIFT

E1.00 Has an airlift coordinator been appointed?

E2.00 Have ACOM, ASCC, DRU commanders of owning / attached units, National Guard Adjutant Generals and U.S. Army Reserve General Officer Commands (GOCOMs) designated in writing an individual (s) to perform Validator duties?

E3.00 Has the ACOM or NGB Commander designed helicopter-scheduling authorities for the purpose of scheduling Army helicopter assets to support OSA mission requirements?

E4.00 Has the OSA validator published procedures for units and individuals to schedule / request OSA mission support?

E5.00 Does the OSA validator receive and process only those OSA requests that have been reviewed and signed by an authorizing official?

E6.00 Are all requestors utilizing DD Form 2768 to request OSA support?

E7.00 Is the senior traveling passenger signing the mission request?

E8.00 Are Priority Urgency Justification Category (PUJC) codes correct for each flight based on mission requirements and established policies?

E9.00 Are all JOSAC/ Local Scheduling Authority missions coordinated with the requestor, validator. and JOSAC/Local Scheduling Authority?

E10.00 Does the unit perform OSA mission retain post-mission data for a period not less than two years after completion of the fiscal year?

E11.00 Have all personnel who input mil-air requests into JALIS completed training IAW the current OSA Users Guide?

E12.00 Are Logistics Flight Records (LFR) being entered in the JALIS system in accordance with OSA procedures?

E13.00 Is all mission data being input into CMS and JALIS accurately?

E14.00 Is the aviation unit properly updating aircraft status in the JALIS system to reflect actual availability for mission scheduling?

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