A3M is the MAJCOM division lead responsible for multi-role ISR policy and doctrine, maintenance of system operational configuration, development of CONOPs documents, coordination of operational plan taskings specific to the managed weapon systems, development of Air Force TTPs, proper execution of ISR procedures as established by authoritative guidance (e.g. CJCS Instruction 3250.01), and oversight of UTC management and Air Force Forces (AFFOR) readiness. A3M is also responsible to the command as the co-Program Element Monitor (PEM) for Program Management Doctrine and is therefore responsible for ensuring fiscal compliance with governing directives and proper execution of funding allocated to specified A3M programs. A3MH (High Altitude ISR Branch) is responsible for managing all aspects of current operations and operational doctrine involving Air Force high altitude multi-role ISR weapon systems and platforms.
Provide technical and functional support to manage U-2 weapon system logistics activities and functions; including contracting, equipment management, acquisition, budgeting, coordinating, planning, and programming.
Maintain knowledge of weapon system theories, principles, and techniques involving acquisition logistics processes to include: TCTO process, AFTO 107 Depot Assistance Request process, AFTO 22 system, Maximum Economic Field Level Repair (MEFLR), weapon system intermediate level maintenance support concept, equipment management principles, Base Level Repair Process, and supply chain management concepts.
Advise and assist with logistic issues supporting weapons system management, reliability, maintainability, sustainability and system integration of aircraft, sub-systems, sensors, data links, and associated ground support equipment.
Assist in preparing and coordinating Mission Needs Statements (MNS), Life Cycle Management Plan (LCMP), AF Form 1067, Modification Proposal Justification, UON/JUON, other requirement documents (i.e. CCD, ICD, etc.).
Provide recommendations to acquisition and sustainment organizations for airframe, engine, electronic warfare system, sensor, and data link program managers on operational, and depot maintenance problems. Review established performance goals relative to design, operation, safety and service to ensure systems meet user requirements.
Provide Contract Logistics Support (CLS) user requirements to support CLS Brochure development, modification, and tracking of program requirements and cost factors for execution and future year planning.
Provide technical support in the development, testing, and fielding of weapon system specific airframe, engine, electronic warfare systems, PME, and associated ground support equipment modifications, ensuring development schedules meet operational requirements.
Review established performance goals relative to design, operation, safety and service to ensure fielded systems meet user requirements.
Provide technical assistance to develop, manage and improve digitized Technical Manuals.
Provide technical support for the preparation, deployment, and employment of airborne platform and sensor systems. Coordinate modification schedules to maximize meeting planned mission requirements and integration of all PME.
Provide recommendations to branch leadership to correct logistics deficiencies and work deployment and employment issues, to include exercise and training during program upgrades.
Assist and advise Government personnel on long term strategic goals and capability requirements to achieve program acquisition, modernization and sustainment management needs.
Compile, validate, coordinate, and submit requirements/reports for annual Financial Planning (non-contingency and contingency requirements), Contractor Logistics Support (CLS) Brochure, Budget Execution Submission (BES), Budget Execution Report (BER) 1 and 2, and Air Force Cost Analysis Improvement Group (AFCAIG).
Gather maintenance trend data utilizing Integrated Maintenance Data System (IMDS), Reliability & Maintainability Information System (REMIS) and other available data collection systems, assemble, and analyze facts, help to draw conclusions, and devise potential solutions for reliability, maintainability and sustainability problems.
Provide technical support in the development, execution, acquisition monitoring, and strategic fiscal planning for Program Element (PE) 35202F Dragon Lady (U-2 Program).
Possess an Associate degree with a minimum of six years operational logistics experience within the HAISR mission area, or a Bachelor degree with eight years operational logistics experience within the airborne ISR mission area.
Minimum two years of experience performing within a higher headquarters level staff.