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  5. Operation

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    OPORD (click here) Report: (1900) 07:00 PM eastern time. Brief: (1915) 07:15 PM eastern time. Step: (1930) 07:30 PM eastern time. Index NLT (2200) 10:00 PM eastern time.
  6. ACC Training

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    Instructors and Students are expected to login to server with all mods updated and TFAR activated. ACC training briefing will begin promptly at 1910EST. Students: Your event is listed below. Your instructor may have more than one flying event this evening, be respectful of your IP's time. Be professional. Be mature. Be prepared. (ACC Pilot Progression Guide, Important Documents, Fixed Wing Academics, Radio Comm Guide) IFS - Introductory Flight Screening: Basic Principles of Flight (Startup, Taxi, Takeoff, Patterns, Touch and Go's) SUPT - Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training SUPT Manual MQT - Mission Qualification Training MQC - Mission Qualification Checkride SP - Student Pilot IP - Instructor Pilot Instructors: If there is a specific SP you wish to fly with, add a comment below. Also, contact your student as early as you can in the week to establish a game plan for the evening. Tower/Ground: LtCol. Müller 1st Fighter Wing Training AB. Milat/ (IFS) AB. Velasco/ (IFS) AB. Odin/ (IFS) AB. Lorion/ (MQT-CSAR) AB. Pluto/ Capt. Knox (SUPT) AB. Matthews/ (MQT-CSAR) AB. Hu/ (IFS) A1C Gonzalez/ LtCol. Müller (ATC) AB. Karnos/ LtCol. Ocelot (CCT) 2Lt. Ken/ Capt. Charles (CAS) 5th SFG Training WOC Doth/MG Summerville (Mission Qualification Checkride-MQC) WOC Ramirez/MG Summerville (Mission Qualification Checkride-MQC) SPC Little/ CPT Rainey (UW Culex) CAND Arryn/ CPT Rainey (UW Culex)
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  8. ACC Promotion Policy

    All requirements below are minimum requirements. Commanders have the authority to approve, withhold, dely, or deny promotion based off of an individual’s character and contributions to the team. All Requirements can be waived by ACC/CC directive on an individual case basis Requirements for Enlisted E-7 to E-9 can be waived by 1FW/CC or 5SFG/CO directive on an individual case basis Requirements for Enlisted E-2 to E-6 can be waived by Commander’s directive on an individual case basis Attendance to Training=1 point Attendance to Operations=2 points TIG=TIME IN GRADE TIS=TIME IN SERVICE Enlisted Selection Boards will be made up of SNCOs, applicant’s Commander, and applicant’s DO/XO Officer Selection Board will be made up of applicant’s Commander and Command Staff members ARMY ENLISTED MINIMUM PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS: CAND TO SPC: Complete phase 1 of pipeline training SPC TO SGT: Complete all 5 phases of pipeline training Complete MOS training SGT TO SSG: 24 promotion points TIG=8 WEEKS(2 MONTHS) TIS=16 WEEKS(4 MONTHS) SSG TO SFC: 36 promotion points TIG=12 WEEKS(3 MONTHS) TIS=28 WEEKS(7 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 5TH SFG CO SFC TO MSG: 54 promotion points TIG=18 WEEKS(4 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=46 WEEKS(11 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 5TH SFG CO MSG TO SGM: 72 promotion points TIG=24 WEEKS(6 MONTHS) TIS=72 WEEKS(1 YEAR 6 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 5TH SFG CO WARRANT OFFICER MINIMUM PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS: ENLISTED TO WOC: 0 promotion points TIG=N/A TIS=24 WEEKS (6 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD WOC TO WO1: Complete all Army Aviator Training OR Required Training. WO1 TO CWO2: 36 promotion points TIG=12 WEEKS (3 MONTHS) TIS=36 WEEKS (9 MONTHS) CWO2 TO CWO3: 54 promotion points TIG=18 WEEKS (4 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=54 WEEKS (1 YEAR 1 MONTH 2 WEEKS) CWO3 TO CWO4: 72 promotion points TIG=24 WEEKS (6 MONTHS) TIS=78 WEEKS (1 YEAR 7 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BOARD CWO4 TO CWO5: 90 promotion points TIG=30 WEEKS (7 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=88 WEEKS (2 YEAR 3 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD ARMY OFFICER MINIMUM PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS ENLISTED/WARRANT TO O.C.S.: 0 promotion points TIG=N/A TIS=48 WEEKS (1 YEAR) SELECTION BOARD O.C.S TO 2LT: Completed Officer Candidate School and other required training 2LT TO 1LT: 36 promotion points TIG=12 WEEKS (3 MONTHS) TIS=60 WEEKS (1 YEAR 3 MONTHS) 1LT TO CPT: 54 promotion points TIG=18 WEEKS (4 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=78 WEEKS(1 YEAR 7 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) CPT TO MAJ: 72 promotion points TIG=24 WEEKS (6 MONTHS) TIS=102 WEEKS(2 YEAR 1 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BY 5SFG/CO MAJ TO LTC: 90 promotion points TIG= 30 WEEKS (7.5 MONTHS) TIS=132 WEEKS(2 YEAR 9 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTION BY ACC/CC LTC TO COL: 144 promotion points TIG= 48 WEEKS (1 YEAR) TIS=180 WEEKS(3 YEARS 9 MONTHS) SELECTION BY ACC/CC AIR FORCE ENLISTED MINIMUM PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS AB TO Amn.: Completed Battlefield Airman Training Amn. TO A1C: 6 promotion points TIG=2 WEEKS TIS=4 WEEKS(1 MONTH) A1C TO SrA: 12 promotion points TIG= 4 WEEKS(1 MONTH) TIS=8 WEEKS(2 MONTHS) SrA TO SSgt: 18 promotion points TIG=6 WEEKS(1 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=14 WEEKS(3 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY SQ/CC SSgt TO TSgt: 24 promotion points TIG=8 WEEKS(2 MONTHS) TIS=22 WEEKS(5 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY SQ/CC TSgt TO MSgt: 36 promotion points TIG=12 WEEKS(3 MONTHS) TIS=34 WEEKS(8 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 1FW/CC MSgt TO SMSgt: 54 promotion points TIG=18 WEEKS(4 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=52 WEEKS(1 YEAR 1 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 1FW/CC SMSgt TO CMSgt: 72 promotion points TIG=24 WEEKS(6 MONTHS) TIS=76 WEEKS(1 YEAR 7 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTED BY 1FW/CC AF OFFICER MINIMUM PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS 2nd Lt. TO 1st Lt.: 36 promotion points TIG=12 WEEKS (3 MONTHS) TIS=14 WEEKS(3 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) 1st Lt. TO Capt.: 54 promotion points TIG=18 WEEKS (4 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=32 WEEKS(8 MONTHS) Capt. TO Maj.: 72 promotion points TIG=24 WEEKS (6 MONTHS) TIS=56 WEEKS(1 YEAR 2 MONTHS) SELECTION BY 1FW/CC Maj. TO Lt Col.: 90 promotion points TIG= 30 WEEKS (7 MONTHS 2 WEEKS) TIS=88 WEEKS(1 YEAR 10 MONTHS) SELECTION BOARD OR SELECTION BY ACC/CC Lt Col. TO Col.: 144 promotion points TIG= 48 WEEKS (1 YEAR) TIS=136 WEEKS(2 YEARS 10 MONTHS) SELECTION BY ACC/CC Col. TO Brig. Gen.: 216 promotion points TIG= 72 WEEKS (1 YEAR 6 MONTHS) TIG=208 WEEKS(4 YEARS 4 MONTHS) SELECTION BY ACC/CC Brig. Gen. TO Maj. Gen.: 288 promotion points TIG= 96 WEEKS (2 YEARS) TIS=305 WEEKS(6 YEARS 4 MONTHS) SELECTION BY ACC/CC Signed Brig Gen N. "Dogs" Summerville, ACC/CC
  9. ACC Operation

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    Show for Operation is 07:00 PM eastern time. Operation start is 07:30 PM eastern time
  10. ACC Training

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    ACC Training Combat Training Unit will be getting New Members Qualified. All Combat Mission Ready members will be doing continuous training to maintain skill and proficiency.
  11. 1st Quarter Awards Ceremony

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    1st Quarter Awards Ceremony will be right after Operation debrief.
  12. 1st Quarter Wing/Group Awards Due

    1FW and 5SFG Commanders write award nomination for their winner of Outstanding Airman or Soldier of the Quarter of Quarter.
  13. 1st Quarter Squadron/Detachment Awards Due

    Squadron/Detachment Commanders write award nomination for their winner of Squadron Airman or Detachment Soldier of Quarter.
  14. ACC Quarter

    ACC Quarter is a 3 month time period for awards. Quarter 1 and 2 makeup Fiscal Year A. Quarter 3 and 4 makeup Fiscal Year B. Below is each Quarter: Quarter 1: December-February Squadron/Detachment Awards Due 1 week prior to the End of February Wing/Group Awards Due last day of February Awards Given on 1 Mar Quarter 2: March-May Squadron/Detachment Awards Due 1 week prior to the End of May Wing/Group Awards Due last day of May Awards Given on 1 June Quarter 3: June-August Squadron/Detachment Awards Due 1 week prior to the End of August Wing/Group Awards Due last day of August Awards Given on 1 September Quarter 4: September-November Squadron/Detachment Awards Due 1 week prior to the End of November Wing/Group Awards Due last day of November Awards Given on 1 Dec Example: 1 February 2019 is in FY19A Q1
  15. ACC Fiscal Year

    ACC Fiscal Year is a 6 month time period. Each Calendar Year (12 months) has 2 Fiscal years. Below is the Fiscal Year time frame: Dec-May Jun-Nov
  16. ACC Operation

    ACC Operation
  17. ACC Training

    If you haven't yet, click on the green "GOING" button to the left to sign in. Training Plan: Ruger/Thundy: SUPT (F-16D) Knox/Pluto: IFS (F-16D) Summerville/Hu: IFS (F-16D) Muller/Matthews(83rd): IFS Muller/Lorion(83rd): IFS Charles-ATC CAND Azami: 5th SFG Indoc SGT Ginnetty/CAND Chassie 5th SFG Indoc Battles/Kennett: 160th Fam/Possible Checkride Capt. Stock: 2Feb Operation Prep Lt Col. Ocelot/Maj. Airgood/A1C Gonzalez/Funk: Indoc Capt. Nelson
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  20. Welcome to Air Combat Command

    Welcome to Air Combat Command! We operate eight Fighter Squadrons and an Army Special Forces Group, the units are listed below: 5th SFG, ODA Special Forces Detachment 24th Special Tactics Squadron, the guys on the ground who call in airstrikes for all of our supporting aircraft. 48th Rescue Squadron, Operating Pedro, our PJ HH-60G, HH-47G 107th Fighter Squadron, Flying the A-10C 421st Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-16C 194th Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-15C 149th Fighter Squadron, Flying the F-22A 966th Air Control Squadron, Flying AWACS and KC-135 Air Combat Command is a REALISM unit. If you are looking to mess around this unit is not for you. We have some of the highest standards in which we hold our pilots to. Our senior members either have Real-life flight experience, or extensive simulator experience. We do it by the book. Joysticks/ flight controls are not required but are highly recommended. 90% of keyboard and mouse aviators wash out of our flight program. Furthermore, our selection process takes multiple hours and may not be completed in one day. Our selection process begins with an application on this website and a one on one interview where we talk all about you. We want to know who we are flying with, we want to make sure you will fit into the group of A-type personalities. Next we move on to the knowledge part of the selection process. We will ask standard questions pertaining to aircraft avionics, systems, weapons and other important aspects of aviation that apply to Arma 3. Finally, the practical portion of the selection process, this can be compared to a private pilot checkride. Takeoffs and landings, altitude and heading changes and holds, turns around a point, formation flying, and general smoothness of control. This last process could take 30 minutes, or 2 hours. At this point, the recruiter and another qualified pilot will make a decision, and either offer you a position as a pilot or recommend a retest or rejection. All members in this unit are expected to respect each other, Including other units and guests. ranks DO matter here. You are a top tier aviator, flying with the best of the best. Integrity and honesty go a long way here. Be about it. If we have not scared you away, please talk to an ACC member about joining, or complete an application by clicking on the Enlistment Center tab at the top of the page. Brig Gen. J. ‘Dogs’ Summerville We have been operating in Arma 3 since 2014 and under ACC since mid 2016.
  21. Discord/Teamspeak Info

    Teamspeak Server: acc.ts.nfoservers.com (When first joining the server, please wait in the Recruitment office and a Recruiter or member will shortly join you to answer any questions you may have.) Discord: https://discord.gg/YA8pwcw (Introduce yourself)
  22. Official ACC Mod Pack

    Updated: 31Jan2019 ACC Mod Pack Add MG. Summerville as a Friend to access the entirety of the Mod Pack. HERE (Sombie)
  23. PJ TOC

  24. RAF Regiment force on force training

  25. RAF Regiment on patrol in Afghanistan

    Members of 34Sqn The RAF Regiment patrol through a local market
  26. RAF Regiment JTAC controls a USAF F-15E

    A member of 34Sqn the Royal Airforce Regiment controls a United States Air Force F 15 Eagle
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    A nuke is detonated
  28. ACC Training

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    Friday Training Plan: Ruger/Thundy: SUPT (F-16D) Knox/Pluto: IFS (F-16D) Summerville/Hu: IFS (F-16D) Muller/Matthews(83rd): IFS Muller/Lorion(83rd): IFS Charles-ATC
  29. View All Awards Here. Display of Awards Who Gets and Who Wears Awards Any member of the Air Combat Command can receive an award. Certain awards, when awarded, will be officially recognized in the Awards section of command announcements on the forums. Other awards, specifically time in service awards and awards that are not for extraordinary service will automatically be obtained, and will not receive special recognition. All awards will be tracked by 1st OSS Admin. Only individuals who hold the rank E-2 and above will receive a ribbon rack on their signature on the forums. All other individuals are not authorized to wear a ribbon rack. Who Makes Ribbon Racks All ribbon racks are made, and maintained by 1st OSS Admin. Only these individuals are authorized to edit racks. Anyone who edits their own ribbon rack does so at their own risk. Issuing of Awards Award Recommendations Any Person currently a member of Air Combat Command may recommend an award for someone else. Their recommendation must be submitted through PERSCOM>Operations Center>Personnel Action Request>Award Nomination. Group Commanders and Squadron Commanders will then forward those recommendations to ACC Headquarters. From time to time, when appropriate, ACC Headquarters will designate an award recommendation period where individuals and commands will be encouraged to submit award recommendations for a specific event or time period. Sample Awards Recommendation From: 2LT Boot For: SGT Hardass Award: [Specific Award Name] or "General Award" or "Meritorious Promotion to [Rank]" Reason for Award: Write a specific reason. Remember the more specific you are the better the chance your recommendation will be approved. Awards Selection Once ACC Headquarters has received an award recommendation or a series of award recommendations, they shall meet and deliberate the award recommendations. Then ACC Headquarters may deny, concur or alter an award if approved. ACC Headquarters will not be obligated to provide reasons for its denial or acceptance of award recommendations, but may respond to direct inquiry if it feels it is appropriate. Types of Awards Extraordinary Service Medals Extraordinary Service Medals are awarded to members of the unit who go above and beyond what is asked of them. Their actions generally leave a mark on the units’ policy or procedures. (Medal of Honor thru Defense Meritorious Service Medal) Extraordinary Service to the Daily Operations of the Unit Medals Extraordinary Service to the Daily Operations of the Unit Medals are awarded to members of the unit who go above and beyond what is asked of them. These individuals donate hours of their free time every week to keep the unit running. (Meritorious Service Medal) Individual Performance Awards Individual Performance Awards are awarded to those who go above and beyond what is asked of them. These individuals are always professional, and experts in their fields. National Defense Awards National Defense Awards are awarded to individuals who participate in unit combat operations. These also include specific campaign medals. Time in Service Awards Time in service awards are awarded to individuals of the unit who have completed a certain amount of time of service to the unit. Unit Awards Unit awards are awarded to any sized element in the unit, for meritorious out outstanding service above their peers. Joint Service Awards Joint Service Awards are awarded to members of the unit who participate in joint operations with other ArmA Units.
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