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21X 319 - Field Maintenance Operations, Wing/Regional Sustainment View

This course is designed for Air Force logisticians who have recently or are about to assume duties involving leadership of supply and distribution activities associated with aircraft maintenance intermediate repair shops, or management of the shops themselves. Its purpose is to prepare those logisticians to more effectively support Air Force readiness by enhancing their understanding of how and why intermediate repair is incorporated in the logistics and sustainment engineering system. It reviews conceptual foundations of intermediate repair in logistics and sustainment system design, DoD and Air Force implementation policies, theoretical underpinnings of echelon and network approaches, and current Air Force initiatives with respect to integration of Air Force repair efforts.

To Apply

Grade Restrictions: None

Special Requirements: None

Availability

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Gary Nogrady
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Maj Steven E. Riedl

Course Information

Delivery Method: Instructor Led, Live Internet Course

Course Length: 4 Academic Training Days Live-streaming

Event Type: Training (Functional, Technical)

Primary Audience: Target Audience: 21X FGOs, 6-9 year 21X CGOs enlisted logistics & maintenance career fields 2AX, 2GX, 2SX, 2TX civilians Logistics Job Series and civilian equivalents

CL Points: 10

Prerequisites:

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