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Default Air Force Logo Retraining gives NCOs opportunity to shape their careers
The Air Force is seeking volunteers to accept jobs in more than 1,077 shortage career field and special duty positions during the 2009 Noncommissioned Officer Retraining Program which began Aug. 1. The Air Force especially needs NCOs to choose opportunities to conduct investigative work in the Office of Special
0 8/07
2008
Default Air Force Logo Enhancements improve on eval forms introduced last August
The Air Force Personnel Center here recently introduced several new technological enhancements to four Air Force evaluation forms as part of its ongoing commitment to improve and refine its processes. Enhancements were made to the following forms: -- Air Force Form 910 Enlisted Performance Report (E1 to E-6) -- Air Force
0 8/01
2008
Default Air Force Logo Study to focus on Airmen's time
A team, chartered by Lt. Gen. Richard Newton III, deputy chief of staff for manpower and personnel, will visit 10 Air Force bases to study the numerous strains on Airmen's time in today's resource-constrained environment. "We are at war and (operations) tempo is very high," General Newton said. "I've tasked the A1 (manpower
0 7/31
2008
Senior Master Sgt. Carianne Melnick and Staff Sgt. Aidaliz Lagueux, both of the Air Force Personnel Center here, put the final touches on a dollhouse that will help children at a new child therapy center located in downtown San Antonio. (U.S. Air Force photo/Richard Salomon) AFPC Airmen help bring life to downtown children's center
When the Bexar County Family Justice Center opens its new child therapy center Aug. 5, it is only fitting that two big-hearted Airmen will be there to cut the ribbon. Senior Master Sgt. Carianne Melnick and Staff Sgt. Aidaliz Lagueux, both of the Air Force Personnel Center here, remember when the facility was almost bare.
0 7/30
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force announces captain selections
The Air Force selected 467 first lieutenants for promotion from 471 officers considered during the Calendar Year 2008A captain selection process. The entire list of promotion selects is posted on the Air Force Personnel Center's officer promotions homepage. The results of the board are as follows: Selection statistics
0 7/21
2008
Capt. Jody Palmer, chief of the organization section at Air Education and Training Command, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, recently returned from Southwest Asia where he served as chief of manpower and organization at the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing. (Courtesy photo) Deployed captain leaves lasting manpower footprint
When Capt. Jody Palmer arrived at his deployment destination in Southwest Asia, his initial goal was to learn his job quickly, so there would be no drop off in his unit's mission. Earlier this year, he temporarily put aside his duties as a flight commander at the Air Force Manpower Agency's 1st Manpower Requirements
0 7/20
2008
Default Air Force Logo Personnel Center announces major upgrade of AFPC Secure
A new, updated version of AFPC Secure will go live on July 19. All Air Force Personnel Center Secure web applications will be down from 6 a.m. Central Daylight time July 19 until 4 p.m. CDT July 20 to support this changeover. After July 20, users should replace any book-marked links for AFPC Secure with the new links. Air
0 7/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo AFoffers incentive pay at Creech
Air Force officials have authorized assignment incentive pay, or AIP, for Airmen assigned to and performing duty at Creech Air Force Base, Nev., effective immediately. Airmen who meet the eligibility criteria will receive $300 AIP per month for the first 36 months assigned to a Creech AFB unit, and $750 per month for
0 7/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo Service demographics offer snapshot of force
The Air Force Personnel Center here recently published its demographics report offering a snapshot of the service's active-duty and civilian force. This data is current as of June 30 and can also be found at Air Force demographics. Statistics are rounded to the nearest tenth. Active-duty demographics Snapshot of the Air
0 7/17
2008
Master Sgt. Carla Curry, one of the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year for 2008, during her extended 365-day deployment to Afghanistan in 2006. While deployed, she earned the Bronze Star for direct joint combat operations support to 110 troops. Sergeant Curry is the superintendent of the Enlisted Extended Deployment Branch at the Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.        AFPC personnelist named Outstanding Airman of the Year
With the holiday weekend pending, Master Sgt. Carla Curry thought the mandatory all-call on the front steps of the Air Force Personnel Center here July 3 signified a safety briefing.Little did she know her career was about to change radically, in front of almost 2,600 members of AFPC. "Major General McClain said she wasn't
0 7/10
2008
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