What does my AEF indicator mean?
The AEF Indicator is a letter and number combination assigned to military members aligning them with an AEF cycle, which is used to identify when Airmen deploy. Per Air Force Instruction 10-403, Deployment Planning and Execution, unit commanders are to ensure Airmen have contacted their UDM before they take leave.
What is AEF reporting tool?
One of these systems is the AEF Reporting Tool (ART). This system reports the readiness of capabilities, both people and equipment, and assigns a color—red, yellow or green—based on whether or not the people and/or asset can fulfill their mission capability.
What is an AEF tempo band?
Tempo Band A reflects the original AEF cycle of a 1:4 dwell ration based on 120-day deployments. Bands B through E are based on 179-day deployments. Tempo band B is a 1:4 dwell ratio — or six months deployed 24 months home.
What is AEF posturing?
Posturing. Posturing is the act of converting the unit manpower document into UTCs and aligning them to a specific AEF. Posturing codes (P-codes) indicate the availability of postured UTCs. Each UTC is assigned a 3-character availability code.
What is an AF indicator?
The AF Indicator When the mode dial is turned to position A-REC or M-REC, by default, the camera is in the autofocus mode, which means the camera will focus for you. To activate autofocus, point the camera to your subject and press the shutter release button halfway down.
How do I access my AEF online from home?
The AEF Online website, located at https://aef.afpc.randolph.af.mil/, provides a single access point for all AEF-related issues to include reporting instructions, tempo banding, training requirements, functional area posturing and sequencing guidance.
What is a DAV code Air Force?
DAV = Deployment Availability Codes. A personnelist/UDM question. DAV codes are what show you are cleared to deploy or if you have a condition or career issue that marks you as unable to deploy. For example: Pregnancy, retainability, non-worldwide qualified, etc.
What is Logdet?
The recently established Air Force security forces logistics detail, or LOGDET, equipment centralization center means valuable, serviceable and, oftentimes, state-of-the-art equipment can be delivered into the hands of Air Force Defenders who need it; in less than 96 hours in some cases.