There were a plethora of questions Amon had however he worked to narrow them down and quickly. He had never seen any of these folk, and while he gave curt nods to whomever greeted him it was still an oddity to how many people were exactly here. While most likely there many of the Combat Division who may have been held up by work the turnout was smaller than what was expected. Then again, he really shouldn't think otherwise, as perhaps the turnout was really all they had? That said, Amon filtered information as what was being said.
The first question was about this family, he's never heard nor seen them, Amon was in the dark about these individuals until now. Not that it matters... Maybe it actually did, but that was beside the point! That situation as a whole seemed out of his hands lest they were wanting volunteers, however he wasn't sure if that was acceptable. And for all his troubles he should at least ask as to who this "family" is, Amon didn't want to look like a jackass but he felt information was needed.
Second question was about team and... Whatever. Amon didn't necessarily feel comfortable, hell this job was far from comfortable, however he felt kinda lost. A job here, a job there, they didn't feel too fulfilling and it wasn't often that he actually fought. Hell, most his jobs were helping souls move on, and rarely did he actually get to fight. He was still developing his Asauchi, which in all cases seemed to be a good weapon. His speed and strength were ass, compared to other members and even other recruits at that. It sucked, but, maybe a few years in making he could actually make a name for himself- no, no big name or anything like that, he just wanted to be stronger.
Carefully juggling the questions, Amon, naturally feeling like an ass, blatantly asked, "Sooo... Who is this family? And what's the importance of Switzerland?"