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U.S. Air Force 2nd Lt. Ryan Novack [front], a munitions and missile maintenance officer from Aurora, Ill., and U.S. Air Force Reserve Tech. Sgt. Jett Blackwell [rear], a fuels technician from Bethany, Okla., take part in a practice shoot session in preparation for the 2017 Warrior Games June 29, 2017 at McCormick Place-Lakeside Center, Chicago, Ill. The Warrior Games were established in 2010 to enhance the recovery and rehabilitation process of wounded warriors, while exposing them to adaptive sports. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) Air Force wounded warriors competing in Chicago

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2017
Airmen who meet certain qualifications can participate in civilian job and employment training, including apprenticeships and internships, starting up to six months prior to their separation or retirement via the Career Skills Program. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) Career skills programs help Airmen prepare for post-military employment
The Air Force has recently begun participating in career skills programs which afford eligible Airmen the opportunity to prepare for a post-Air Force career up to six months before separation or retirement. Apprenticeships, on-the-job training, employment skills training and internships are all career skills programs that
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(U.S. Air Force graphic by Kat Bailey) AETC announces changes to developmental special duty assignments
Air Force officials are making three substantial changes to the Developmental Special Duty process that will significantly improve the Air Force’s ability to fill these important positions by adding more flexibility to the process and increasing opportunities for noncommissioned officers. The changes include opening
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2017
Airmen who were medically separated between Sept. 11, 2001, and Dec. 31, 2009, can have their disability ratings reviewed. To be eligible, Airmen should have a combined disability rating of 20 percent or less and not be eligible for retirement. (U.S. Air Force courtesy graphic) Some medically separated Airmen can have their disability ratings reviewed
Airmen who were medically separated between Sept. 11, 2001, and Dec. 31, 2009, can have their disability ratings reviewed. Airmen medically separated with a combined disability rating of 20 percent or less and who received separation pay verses medical retirement may request a Physical Disability Board of Review. The PDBR
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2017
Civilian tuition assistance exists to offset costs for courses that contribute to occupational and institutional competencies, special interest needs and readiness by supporting the current and future needs of the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kat Bailey) AF offers tuition assistance for approved civil service Ph.D. candidates
Air Force officials recently approved tuition assistance funding for eligible Ph.D. candidates through the Civilian Tuition Assistance Program.   Applications are due July 2 for academic programs this fall and need to include a strong justification statement explaining how the course work will benefit the Air Force
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(U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) AFPC welcomes next commander
Members of the Air Force Personnel Center gathered as the headquarters guidon was passed from Maj. Gen. Peggy Poore to Maj. Gen. Brian Kelly, signifying the official change of command, June 23.  AFPC ensures commanders around the world are provided with skilled Airmen to conduct Air Force and joint missions. Additionally,
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2017
Air Force officials released criteria for the new “V”, “C” and “R” devices, following the secretary of defense’s Jan. 7, 2016, authorization. (U.S. Air Force graphic) AF releases criteria for new valor “V”, combat “C” and remote “R” devices
Air Force officials released criteria for the new “V”, “C” and “R” devices, following the secretary of Defense’s Jan. 7, 2016, authorization. Following a comprehensive Military Decorations and Awards Review in 2015, the secretary of Defense implemented several changes to ensure the Defense Department’s military decoration
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2017
The Air Force Personnel Center is accepting applications for the 2018 Undergraduate Flying Training selection board through Nov. 17. The four flight categories available are pilot, remotely piloted aircraft pilot, combat systems officer and air battle manager. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo) Application window opens for Air Force undergraduate flying training
Application packages for the next Undergraduate Flying Training selection board are due to the Rated Officer Assignments branch of the Air Force Personnel Center by Nov. 17. The board, set for Jan. 22-25, 2018, will consider active-duty officer applicants to attend training as early as spring 2018. Those interested in
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2017
Air Force officials have released the 2018 call for candidates for the Air Force Medical Service Health Profession Education Program Board. Selected officers will attend such programs as Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant fellowships, Master of Science in Health Physics, Combat Operations and Aviation Psychology, and more. Application deadlines vary from July to September. (U.S. Air Force photo by Elizabeth Andrews) Call for candidates announced by 2018 Health Profession Education Program Board
Active-duty officers wishing to be competitively considered for health profession education programs have from mid-summer to early fall to apply under the 2018 call for candidates. The Biomedical Sciences Corps, Dental Corps, Medical Service Corps and Nurse Corps career fields will convene their respective selection boards
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2017
General information surrounding the Air Force Enlisted Evaluation Board process. Airmen should direct all other questions to the Total Force Service Center at 1-800-525-0102, or via email at AFPC.PB@us.af.mil. (U.S. Air Force infographic by Staff Sgt. Alexx Pons) How well do you understand the AF enlisted evaluation board process?
The Air Force promotion system promotes the most fully-qualified noncommissioned and senior noncommissioned officers based on the quality of their records and other weighted factors, while recognizing an individual Airman’s potential for advancement to the next rank. Enlisted evaluation board panels consider more than
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