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Philippine Air Force - 220th Airlift Wing - 228th Transport Crew Training Squadron

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II. UNIT DISCIPLINE / DR / HOUSEKEEPING

- DISCIPLINE

High priority on attendance during scheduled Showdown Inspection and Rank Inspection is emphasized by the squadron to its personnel. In case any personnel is unable to attend to said activities, this unit ensures that he/she has valid reasons. Otherwise, absence from said activities will be dealt with accordingly. The Squadron constantly reminds its personnel to adhere not just to the rules and regulations set by the PAF and AFP but to the laws stated by the Philippine Constitution. Only one (1) personnel of this unit received punishment from higher headquarters due to a grave offense. But this isolated case does not reflect the general discipline of the personnel of this squadron.

- UNIT DELINQUENCY REPORT

Fortunately, no Delinquency Report was addressed to this unit as a whole for the period covered by this review.

- HOUSEKEEPING

In line with this, adherence to a hygienic and sanitary surrounding is what drives the squadron to maintain the cleanliness of its working area and its vicinity on a daily basis. Barracks cleanliness is also given emphasis to every personnel.

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lll. SECURITY POSTURE

For security reasons, this unit has an NCOD and OG posted everyday for the safekeeping of the squadron properties even during non-office hours. Its purpose also is to monitor daily incoming and outgoing important communications and that urgent disseminations and actions are acted upon promptly. All personnel of this unit possess updated security tags in order for them to have access to areas where they are authorized to proceed.

The squadron is also equipped with sufficient steel cabinets to secure confidential documents. Likewise, security lights surrounding the periphery of this unit’s AOR are always monitored by personnel of this unit to prevent any incident that may cause fire and lead to loss of property and/or life.

VI. MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT, TRAINING, PLANS AND PROGRAMS[pic 9]

- MISSION ACCOMPLISHMENT

In consonance with 228th TCTS mission and the Wing’s ever increasing need for qualified aircrew and ground technicians, the Squadron was able to successfully conduct and monitor training courses / seminars for the period covered by this review. Below is the profile of courses / seminars conducted, supervised and monitored by the squadron.

COURSE/SEMINARS

No of Students

Date Started

Date Completed

REMARKS

Offcr

EP

APP Corrosion Control Crse

0

10

12 Nov 12

08 Mar 13

Completed

N-22 CPQC

2

0

21 Jan 2013

09 Oct 13

Completed

Machining NC ll (Tesda)

0

2

11 Feb 13

07 Mar 13

Completed

Electrical and Maintenance Installation Course (Tesda)

0

2

04 Mar 13

22 Mar 13

Completed

Fire Prevention Seminar

0

10

13 Mar 13

13 Mar 13

Completed

Avionics Instrument System Spcl Course

0

5

14 Mar 13

06 May 13

Completed

Turbo Propulsion Spcl Course

0

4

14 Mar 13

06 May 13

Completed

C-130 Crew Chief Course (Batch 1)

0

11

15 Apr 13

05 Jun 13

Completed

Human Rights Seminar

0

10

17 Apr 13

17 Apr 13

Completed

Back to Basic Training (Batch 1)

0

36

22 Apr 13

26 Apr 13

Completed

C-130 Crew Chief Course (Batch2)

0

10

29 Apr 13

09 May 13

Completed

F-27 IPQC

1

0

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