BY ORDER OF THE COMMANDER AFI10-205S21SW
21ST SPACE WING 1 November 1995

Operations

MAJCOM COMMANDER AVAILABILITY

AFI10-205, 1 April 1995, is supplemented as follows and applies to the
21st Space Wing and its subordinate units, including geographically separated units. It establishes availability requirements and associated policies, responsibilities, and procedures for personnel within 21st Space Wing. This supplement does not change requirements established by the National Military Command System. This supplement does not apply to the US Air Force Reserves or Air National Guard units.

SUMMARY OF REVISIONS

This revision updates key personnel, expands notification responsibili-ties for key personnel, and incorporates reduced time compliance stan-dards for the Commander (CC), 21 SW. This supplement also establishes specific responsibilities for the Command Post (CP), 21st Space Wing, updates unit designations, and makes various administrative changes.

4.1.7 (AFSPC1). The 21st Space Wing Command Post (WCP) monitors the availability of all wing key personnel and reports availability status of the 21st Space Wing Commander to the Air Force Space Command Center (AFSPCCC) and 14 AF Command Post (CP). Projected absences of 21 SW/CC are reported by message, with verbal notification to the AFSPCCC made by the WCP upon each change of availability status.

4.1.7.1 (AFSPC1)(Added). 21st Space Wing Key Personnel:

4.1.7.1.1. Commander, 21st Space Wing (21 SW/CC)

4.1.7.1.2. Vice Commander, 21st Space Wing (21 SW/CV)

4.1.7.1.3. Director of Wing Staff, 21st Space Wing (21 SW/DS)

4.1.7.1.4. Commander, 21st Operations Group (21 OG/CC)

4.1.7.1.5. Commander, 21st Support Group (21 SPTG/CC)

4.1.7.1.6. Commander, 21st Logistics Group (21 LG/CC)

4.1.7.1.7. Commander, 21st Medical Group (21 MDG/CC)

4.1.7.1.8. Commander, 721st Support Group (721 SPTG/CC)

4.1.7.1.9. Commanders, Subordinate Units (UNIT/CC)

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4.1.7.2 (AFSPC1)(Added). Responsibilities and Procedures. Each individual assigned as key personnel must comply with the requirements specified below to ensure responsive command and control of forces and personnel.

4.1.7.2.1. Concurrent absence of both the commander and deputy commander of component groups must be pre-approved by 21 SW/CC.

4.1.7.2.2. 21 SW/CC must be available within 5 minutes. The Commander (CC), the Commander's Secretary (CCS), and the Executive Officer (CCE), will keep the WCP advised of 21 SW/CC location and communications connectivity (home, office, mobile, cellular, etc.) at all times. Notify the WCP when there is a change in responsibility from the commander to the alternate and when responsibility is restored to the commander.

4.1.7.2.3. 21 SW/CV, 21 OG/CC, and 21 SPTG/CC must be capable of being contacted by the WCP within 15 minutes. Each organization ensures that the WCP has the name, rank, duty phone, home phone, secure phone, and cellular/pager phone number of the primary or his alternate. Notify the WCP when there is a change in responsibility from the commander to an alternate and vice versa. Keep the WCP informed of their location (office, home, cellular, etc.) at all times.

4.1.7.2.4. 21 SW/DS, 21 LG/CC, 21 MDG/CC, and 721 SPTG/CC must be capable of being contacted by the WCP within 45 minutes. Each organization ensures that the WCP has the name, rank, duty phone, secure phone, and cellular/pager phone number of the primary or his alternate. Notify the WCP when there is a change in responsibility from the primary to the alternate, or changes in alternates, and vice versa. These organizations may designate in writing to the WCP a 24-hour center to function as a point of contact to fulfill these notification requirements.

4.1.7.2.5. Key personnel organizations stationed at Peterson AFB, Falcon AFB, and Cheyenne Mountain AS ensure that current copies of recall rosters are provided to the WCP.

4.1.7.2.6. All 21st Space Wing units report scheduled temporary duty or leave absences for key personnel, as soon as known, to the WCP in writing or by AUTODIN message. Report departure and return dates, reason for absence, location during absence, and name and rank of the US military individual left in charge. Reports within three days of departure should be made by telephone.

4.5.1 (AFSPC1)(Added). 21st Space Wing Command Post:

4.5.1.1. Maintains information or status of CC/CV/DS, each group commander, and unit commanders.

4.5.1.2. Maintains current recall rosters for organizations of all key personnel stationed at PAFB, FAFB, and CMAS.

4.5.1.3. Contacts personnel as directed by 21 SW/CC or competent authority.

4.5.1.4. Accomplishes the following for planned or unplanned absences of
21 SW/CC:

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4.5.1.4.1. Provides AUTODIN and telephonic messages to AFSPCCC and 14 AF CP, according to AFSPCCC guidance, in advance of planned changes of availability of 21 SW/CC.

4.5.1.4.2. When the commander is unavailable, notifies the vice commander, and also upon resumption of availability by the commander.

4.5.1.4.3. Provides telephonic notification to AFSPCCC upon departure of
21 SW/CC and upon return of 21 SW/CC for duty.

JOHN H. SANDGREN, Lt Col, USAF
Chief, Wing Command Post