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 Answers for Air Force Records Management training?

Answer It will still be with the records department of whatever city and state you were born in
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Air Force members are highly encouraged to work through their Records Management hierarchy to get answers to records management questions and concerns In the Air Force the Records Management hierarc?

Action Officer -> Records Custodian -> Air Force Records Officer -> Command or Agency Records Manager -> Base Records Manager -> Functional Area Records Manager -> Chief of Office of Record
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What are the answers to the Air Force Records Management Training?

BRM's other responsibilitiesincorporating ERM principles in local RM training coursesestablishing local procedures for electronic records storageprovinding ERM assistance to FARMs and base agencies
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The duties of the Air Force Records Officer include providing combatant commands with administrative and logistical support and advising OSD on records management?

Develop and issue policies governing life-cycle management of AF recordsDirect SAV and IG evaluationsIssue guidance on record authenticationPublish records disposition schedules
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Where do you go to log in to you Air Force Training Records?

It depends on the job and what the T.O. (technical order) calls for. Number of required personnel can be between 1 and 7.
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