A3CG is responsible to organize, train, and equip the Air Force’s Control and Reporting Center (CRC) weapons system. They function as the Lead command to ensure continuous and operational support of the CRC across all Combat Air Forces (CAF), to include all aspects of operations, sustainment, configuration, Unit Type Code (UTC) management and proper system execution. A3CG functions as the Program Element Manager of the CRC and is responsible for ensuring fiscal compliance and execution of allocated funding.
Liaise with system program offices, other agencies on staff and other CRCs to remain current on CRC weapon system capabilities, developments and initiatives to be able to advise division and branch leadership on policies and positions.
Participate in CRC related exercises, tests, experimentation, table top and staff level events contributing to the sustainment and modernization of the CRC and associated infrastructure.
Focal point for CRC Distributed Mission Operations training, capabilities and requirements.
Review, validate, and provide sourcing solutions in support of Joint and Service specific CRC exercise requirements.
Track the Authority/Certificate to Operate (ATO/CTO) status for multiple computer and training systems. Track the ATO/CTO process and identify/highlight all deficiencies to branch leadership.
Participate in internal and external working groups, conferences, and experimentation and development events providing CRC expertise.
Prepare, review and develop Combined, Joint, AF, Multi-Service doctrine and regulations. Draft A3C position on ACC and Air Staff Taskers to include Enabling Concepts, Functional Concepts, and CRC Employment Concept and Corona taskers.
Advise and recommend options to manage and improve CRC processes, procedures, and doctrine; CRC manning levels, efficiency, and effectiveness; CRC equipment capabilities; and CRC training requirements. Support the development of Operational Concepts.
Support A3C as CRC expert on USQ-T49 CRC Simulation Package (CSP) and procedures in at the CRC Configuration Control Board (CCB)
Solicit inputs from CRC units and MAJCOMs on impacts of deficiencies discovered during testing or operations for consolidation into a recommended Lead Command position on fielding training systems and system upgrades.
Provide technical and functional support to manage CSP logistics activities and functions; including contracting, information assurance, equipment management, acquisition, budgeting, coordinating, planning, and programming.
Make recommendations to correct CSP logistics deficiencies and work deployment and employment issues, to include exercise and training during program upgrades.
Possess a either 10 years rated experience as an Air Force Air Battle Manager (AF AFSC 13B) or 15 years experience as Aerospace Control and Warning Systems Operator (AF AFSC 1C5).
Possess a minimum of 2 years CRC operational experience.
Minimum of 3 years experience with the programming and funding process.(PPBE, POM process, ExPlan, SpendPlan).
Minimum of 3 years experience working CRC training and standardization/evaluation programs.
Minimum of 3 years experience working CRC readiness management and reporting.
Minimum of 3 years experience with Distributd Mission Operations (DMO) training.
Minimum of 3 years experience in the Air Force CRC weapons system capabilities, developments and initiatives.
Minimum of 3 years experience with the CRC weapon system sustainment and logistics functions.