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Title: Reserve Nurse Corps


1
Reserve Nurse Corps Force Development Col
Linda Brickley Chief, Education and Training
Division/ Command Nurse
2
Briefing Overview
  • What is Force Development?
  • AFRC vision and goals
  • AF RE work in progress
  • AF/AF Reserve Force Development chain of command
  • AF Reserve Medical Service CFM
  • Reserve NC Force Development Team

3
What is Force Development?
  • Changing the way we approach developing our
    people in the AFR to better prepare them to lead
    in the 21st century
  • Improving the way we develop the capabilities of
    the people who make up our AFR
  • The series of experiences and challenges,
    combined with education and training
    opportunities, which develop officers as airmen
    and leaders
  • A new vision for the way we train, educate, and
    assign our airmendeliberate development of and
    investment in our AF personnel
  • Excerpts from LtGen Bradleys and LtGen Jumpers
    Concept of Operations for Force Development

4
HQ AFRC Vision/Goals
  • Deliberate and organized development tailored to
    meet AFR needs within the context and culture of
    the Citizen Airman program.
  • Respect our officers time and volunteerism
  • Requires fundamental changes in our culture
  • Drives Reservists and AD developed to same
    standards AFR may use alternative methods to
    attain same competency
  • Requires robust assessment, mentorship, and
    feedback from our leaders
  • Requires high individual commitment on members
    part to their development.

https//afrctools.afrc.af.mil/FDP/default2.asp
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AF RE Force Development (FD)
  • Mar 04 Proof of Concept with 5 functional areas
  • Intell, JA, CE, Svc, Space
  • Sept 04 AF/RE approved CONOPS
  • Jan 05 AFR position sitting in AD FD Office
  • Mar 05 AF RE convenes IPT on enlisted FD
  • Dec 05 AF RE transmits FD Execution message
  • Mar 05 1st draft AFRCI 36-2640 v1
  • June 05 AFR Force Development interim guide
  • Aug 05 21 Development Teams initiated
  • Jan 06 Vectoring starts

6
Developmental Assignments
  • Assignments IPT ongoing
  • Focus Areas
  • Work protocols for DE Follow on Assignments using
    T-ODP
  • Modify Officer Development Plan as a tool for AFR
  • DT proof of concept teams wrapping up test
  • Teams for Space, Intelligence, Legal and Civil
    Engineering communities
  • CE team completed commander certification and
    vectoring

7
Future Outlook
  • Assignments
  • CE and Services teams to develop and test process
    to provide commanders a supplemental listing of
    Commander and Key Billet eligibles/ candidates
  • Expand the Career Management Boards role to
    include working follow-on assignments for
    Intermediate Developmental Education (IDE) Senior
    Developmental Education (SDE) as an interim
    measure until assumed by DTs in the future
  • Automated Reserve Officer Development Plan
    (R-ODP)
  • Individuals plan outlining desired assignment
    and career objective and Development Teams vector
    for the officer

8
AF Force Development Chain of Command
SECAF/CSAF
Force Development Council Gen Mosely/Lt Gen
Bradley
Functional Authority Lt Gen Taylor
Functional Manager Maj Gen Rank
Career Field Manager Col Brickley
Reserve NC Development Team
Individual/ Chain-of-Supervision
9
AFRC Medical Career Field Managers
10
Career Field Manager Role
  • Represents a single functional family
  • Normally a Colonel/GS-15
  • Serves as day to day advocate
  • Addresses issues and coordinates concerns across
    various staffs
  • Central oversight for career field education and
    tng
  • Participates in force assessments, grade
    allocations, and manning evaluations

11
5 Rs of Force Development
Right Rank
Right Skills
Right People
Right Job
Right Time
12
Sculpting the Corps
Accession Programs/Policies
Retention Programs/Policies
Promotion Opportunities
Education Training Programs/Policies
13
Reserve NC Development Team Proposed Charter
  • Provide recommendations/make executive-level
    decisions on Reserve Nursing Force Development
  • Career path development
  • Assess career field opportunities
  • Provide assignment vectors
  • Commander certification
  • Accession policy/initiatives recommendations
  • Retention policy/programs recommendations
  • Education and Training policies/programs
    recommendations
  • Promotion policy recommendations

14
Reserve NC Proposed Development Team Members
  • Selection Criteria
  • Hold rank of Colonel
  • Hold positions of Commander and/or Chief Nurse
  • Assigned to 2 or more AE/Ground Medical Units
  • Completed PME
  • Obtained BSN and graduate level degree or higher
    in any field
  • Members
  • AFRC Command Nurse
  • Career Field Manager (CFM) and Chairperson
  • IMA
  • Designated position
  • 7 other members
  • Advisor Role
  • IMA to AF Nurse Corps Chief

CFM will ensure diversity is met in regards to
Unit Type, UTC Type, Nursing Specialties and
geographic representation Tenure is normally
three years
15
Your Reserve NC Development Team Members!
  • Col Linda Brickley, Career Field Manager, Chair
  • Col Anne Hamilton, Advisor
  • Col Barb Petersen, IMA ARPC lead
  • Col Vicki Beckwith
  • Col Linda McHale
  • Col Marilyn Rhodes
  • Col Mary Gene Ryan
  • Col Renata Sierzega
  • Col John Starzyk
  • Col Martha Stowe

16
Reserve NC Development Team Taskers
  • ID key nurse leadership positions (i.e. CN, CC)
  • ID where we need O-6 NC position (both IMA
    unit)
  • ID criteria for CN CC selection
  • Recommend individual for CC Commander
    certification
  • Develop Reserve NC career path/pyramid
  • Provide assignment vectors
  • Officer Development Plan form--electronic
  • Officer can take action or not (On and off ramp)
  • Balance individuals goals with AFR needs
  • Monitor and trend Reserve statistics
  • Use to recommend policy changes

1st NC Vector meeting set for May/June 06
17
MA to AD Nurse Corps Chief
Reserve Nurse Corps Career Pyramid
MAJCOM NAF Gp CC Sq CC DT Member
OSD Air Staff MAJCOM MDG CC MED CTR
Sq CC MED CTR CN DT Member
OSD Air Staff MAJCOM DT Member
Gp CC Sq CC DT Member
SDE (AWC) Masters PhD
Air Staff MAJCOM Sq CC Flt CC HCI
MDG CN Formal School
MAJCOM NAF Sq CC Flt CC
Air Staff MAJCOM NAF
Sq CC FLT CC Chief Nurse Chief Stan/Eval MAJCOM


IDE (ACSC) Masters
MDG (Flt CC, Element
Chief, HCI, Clinician/Provider)
Formal School
NAF MAJCOM Deputy CN Stan/Eval FI/FE
Element Chief Readiness
NAF Deputy CN Element Chief FI/FE Stan
/Eval Readiness
Squadron Level
BDE (SOS)
PRIMARY JOB PROFICIENCY/CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
BSN
IMA (Attachment to)
TRADITIONAL RESERVIST
AGR
ART
18
Will be changed to NC, MSC, MC, DC, BSC
19
Member Information
AFSC box to be added
20
Assignment Desire
Would you consider a Chief Nurse Job to be
added
21
Developmental Education/Spousal Information
22
Qualifications
23
Listing 0-6 in Chain
24
0-6 Recommendations
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