Air Force Emergency Management Program

This article will provide you with the questions and answers for "Air Force Emergency Management Program (AFEMPC)" CBT.

 

1. This Function of your installation's DRF directs strategic actions supporting the installation's mission and is activated to provide a command, control, and communication link higher headquarters and comparable civilian agencies, and coordinates the incident response

- Crisis Action Team

 

Incident types are determined based on the number of resources and the ___________ needed to properly handle the incident.

- Amount of time



2. The AFIMS provides the AF with an incident management system that is consisted with the multiple, broad approach to domestic incident management while remaining flexible to the military unique mission requirements.

- True



3. Which type of incident is typically handled within the first hour after resources arrive on scene and include vehicle fires and personal injury?

- Type 5



4. A __________ is an occurrence, natural, man-made, or technologically-caused that requires some level of a response to protect life, property or the environment? 

- Incident



5. The ancillary of missions of the AFEMP are to support homeland defense and civil support operations and to provide support to civil and host nations?

- True



6. This function of your installations DRF is the command and control support element that coordinates information and resources to support the installations actions before and after an incident? 

- Emergency operations Center



7. By direction of DODI 6055.17, The AF incorporated their policies, guidance, structure, roles and responsibilities to execute these missions into __________________? 

- AFI 10-2501



8. The AFIMS provides the framework with which installation's DFF responds to all hazard events?

- True



9. Examples of this program elements include audible signals, intelligible voice communications, cable override, text messaging, and computer notification? 

- Notification and Warning



10. Which type of incident requires multiple fire and patrol vehicles and is usually limited to one operational period? 

- Type 4



11. Emergency responders deploy after the first responders to expand command and control and provide additional support? 

- True



12. ____________________ deploy immediately to the scene to provide initial command and control, to save lives, and to suppress and control hazards?

- First responders



13. This function of your installation's DRF provides response and recovery support to the incident commander as directed by the emergency operations center and mission support to the installation commander as directed by the crisis action team?

- Unit Control Centers



14. The phases of the AFIMS are response, recovery, and _____?

- Mitigation



15. The _______________________ at your installation is comprised of 4 functions that provide an overall cross functional installation risk management program for developing threat/hazard plans and budgets?

- Planning an management Staff



16. These efforts provide individuals and teams the requisite knowable and skills to efficiently and effetely prevent, prepare for and respond to and recover from natural, man-made and technologically-caused hazards?

- Education and training



17. A type 1 incident is considered the least complex, whereas a Type 5 incident is deemed the most complex?

- False



18. Which type of incident is the most complex and includes nuclear weapons incidents, hurricane recovery and terrorist attacks?

- Type 1



19. The benefits gained by exercises must be maximized through inflated feedback to commanders so the can turn plan, prepare and conduct the appropriate training?

- False



20. Which Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) directed the establishment of a single, comprehensive National Incident Management System?

- HSPD-5



21. The Readiness and Emergency Management Flight is designated the _________?

- Installation's Office of Emergency Management