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SPACE AND MISSILE CREW FORCE MANAGEMENT
This instruction implements Air Force Instruction (AFI) 10-1201, Space Operations, and complements Air Force Space Command Instruction (AFSPCI) 36-2202, Mission Ready Training, Evaluation, and Standardization Programs. It establishes policies that apply to the day to day management of the space and missile operations crew force. It applies to all Department of Defense (DoD) military, foreign national, and DoD civilian personnel assigned to Air Force Space Command operations duties. Ensure the requirement for compliance with this instruction, in conjunction with applicable portions of the Federal Personnel Manual (FPM), DoD, and other Air Force directives or instructions, is documented in the appropriate mission-ready duty position description for DoD civilian personnel. Users should send comments and suggested improvements on an AF Form 847, Recommendation for Change Publication, through appropriate command channels, to HQ AFSPC/DOO, 150 Vandenberg Street, Suite 1105, Peterson AFB CO 80914-4200. Organizations at any level may supplement this instruction. Process supplements as shown in AFI37-160, Volume 1, Table 3.2, The Air Force Publications and Forms Management Programs--Developing and Processing Publications. Forward one copy of supplements to HQ AFSPC/DOO.
SUMMARY OF REVISIONS
Changed items are indicated by an asterisk (*). Changes incorporate policy and guidance contained in HQ AFSPC/DO message, DTG 112000Z Dec 95, changes to the MCC Contingency and Severe or Hazardous Weather Checklists as a result of GUARDIAN SWORD 95-2, changes UR55-17 to NUR10-6, incorporates tour commitment dates for both 14th and 20th Air Force units and deletes references to AFSPCI36-2201.
POLICIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
1.1. Mission Ready (MR). All operations personnel who exercise command and control of an operational system or operations center that fulfills AFSPC mission requirements must be certified before performing unsupervised duty. Certification signifies confidence by a designated official in an individual's ability to perform unsupervised operations duty. MR certification applies to duty positions that are directly responsible for completing a unit's real-time operational mission. For units with an Emergency War Order (EWO) mission, MR certification will include Personnel Reliability Program (PRP), code handler, and EWO certification as prerequisites for unsupervised duty.