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Default Air Force Logo New civilian recruitment toolkit markets to military spouses, external candidates
Often, finding the right person for the right job isn't an easy task. With a significant increase in new Air Force civilian hiring due to contractor conversions, joint basing and end strength growth, the need to market job opportunities also increases. To help bases better market civilian job openings and recruit qualified
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2009
Staff Sgt. Rick Rosales, from Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., earned Best of Show and top Male Vocalist honors during the recent Air Force Worldwide Talent Search event held at Lackland AFB, Texas. 13 Airmen take Worldwide Talent Search honors
Representing bases from around the globe, 77 Airmen gathered for the Air Force Worldwide Talent Search Jan. 11-19 at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to compete for the honor of being named the Air Force's "top talent." The winners were selected after 10 days of auditions, rehearsals and interviews, which culminated in three
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2009
Default Air Force Logo AF continues to build diversity with Workforce Recruitment Program
The headquarters staff at the Air Force Equal Opportunity Office at the Pentagon is boosting efforts to build Air Force participation in the Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities as part of an Air Force goal to increase the representation of people with disabilities in the workforce. Air Force
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Nurse commissioning program seeks enlisted applicants
Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center will conduct the annual Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program board May 4-8 to select candidates for fall 2009 and spring 2010 semester start dates. The program offers active-duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a bachelor's degree in a high-need academic major. NECP
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2009
Default Air Force Logo AFPC begins Total Force Health Treatment Records transfer mission to VA
Air Force officials announced the implementation of a new Total Force mission for the Air Force Personnel Center here, set to come on line Feb. 1. AFPC will become the central transfer gateway to improve the flow of Air Force health treatment records of retired and separated Airmen - active, Guard and Reserve, to the
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Spread the Word teams to start base-to-base visits
A team from the Air Force Personnel Center here successfully wrapped up phase one of the educational Spread the Word briefings Jan. 14, paving the way for the next round of experts to begin phase two - which involves taking the message to more than 70 remaining Air Force bases. "This has been a great investment already,"
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2009
Art Myers, Air Force Services director, speaks at the annual Air Force Innkeeper Awards, November 2008, at the International Hotel/Motel Restaurant Show, New York City, NY, before presenting the Commander's Award for Public Service to Joseph McInerney and Joseph Spinnato. Mr. McInerney is president and chief executive officer of the American Hotel & Lodging Association and Mr. Spinnato is president and CEO of the Hotel Association of New York City, Inc. (Photo courtesy Military Club & Hospitality) Two AF lodging supporters earn first commander's service award
The Department of the Air Force presented the first Commander's Award for Public Service to Joseph McInerney and Joseph Spinnato at a ceremony in New York City in November 2008. The Commander's Award for Public Service recognizes outstanding contributions to the quality of life of the Armed Forces. The award was presented
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2009
Default Air Force Logo Service demographics offer snapshot of force
Air Force Personnel Center officials here recently published a demographics report offering a snapshot of the service's active-duty and civilian force. This data is current as of Dec. 31 and can also be found at Air Force demographics. Statistics are rounded to the nearest tenth. Active-duty demographics: Snapshot of the
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2009
Default Air Force Logo AF Clubs gain 10,000 new members, name prize winners
The Air Force Clubs Division, part of the Air Force Services Agency located in San Antonio, recently gained more than 10,000 new members during their annual membership campaign. "Our bases did a great job of executing this year's program and promoting the benefits of club membership," said Fred McKenney, chief of AFSVA's
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2009
Default Air Force Logo 21 Airmen receive 2008 Presidential Rank Award
 Twenty-One Air Force senior executives and senior professionals received the 2008 Presidential Rank Award for sustained achievement in government service. President Bush announced the recipients at the Pentagon Sep. 30, 2008. The Air Force will honor the award recipients at a ceremony in April. "Air Force leadership is
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2009
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