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Default Air Force Logo Bystander intervention vital in preventing sexual assault
Airmen who attended the annually-required Sexual Assault Prevention and Response training this year received a refresher on the basic tenets of what sexual assault is, how to identify it, and how to properly report incidents. To enhance the annual training, the Air Force is developing a bystander intervention training
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2008
Maj. Gen. K.C. McClain, Air Force Personnel Center commander, addresses AFPC members before an AFPC unit run Sept. 23 at the Airmen's Heritage Park on Randolph Air Force Base, Texas. This 1.8 mile event was the first of four monthly unit runs AFPC Airmen will hold in preparation for a formation run in January 2009. (U.S. Air Force photo/Maj. Beth Horine)   AFPC Airmen hit their stride in recent 1.8 mile unit run

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2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force announces team excellence awards
Air Force officials have announced the five teams selected for the 2008 Chief of Staff Team Excellence Awards. The awards recognize teams that used a systematic approach to enhance mission capability, improve operational performance, and create sustained results. Improvements made by the five award winning teams and the 15
0 9/23
2008
Default Air Force Logo Policy changes benefit Airmen headed for 365-day deployments
Effective Oct. 1, the Air Force will implement policy changes to improve sourcing efficiency of 365-day deployments and ensure Airmen receive adequate notification prior to deployment. The new policy sets the deployment 'accept or decline' option at three calendar days, streamlines the verification process and incorporates
0 9/19
2008
Default Air Force Logo Officials release new selective reenlistment bonus list
Pentagon officials recently released the latest selective reenlistment bonus list, effective Sept. 15, containing 88 Air Force specialties. The new program includes a $93 million budget increase - almost triple the current program. This will allow for greater distribution of bonuses across Air Force career fields than in
0 9/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo Speak Today, Shape Tomorrow: The 2008 Air Force Climate Survey launches Oct. 1
 Have you ever wished you could tell your leaders what you think? That power will soon be at your fingertips with the launching of the 2008 Air Force Climate Survey Oct. 1-8. During that time, individual e-mail invitations will be sent out Air Force-wide that will include a survey link and easy-to-follow instructions. "This
0 9/15
2008
Master Sgt. Jeffery Ward (right) and Staff Sgt. Justin Lorentz are Air Force training managers at the Air Force Personnel Center, Randolph Air Force Base, Texas.  Sergeant Ward recently received the Air Force Commendation Medal for providing lifesaving assistance to Sergeant Lorentz after he had a seizure and became unconscious. (U.S. Air Force photo/Richard Salomon)  AFPC Airman earns commendation for lifesaving actions
The wingman concept of watching over one's fellow Airmen can be found among those patrolling dangerous skies, guarding convoys in rugged mountain passes and, as in the case of a couple of personnelists at the Air Force Personnel Center here, while driving a groggy coworker home after a recent outpatient foot surgery. Last
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2008
Greg Robert, Air Force Manpower Agency systems administrator, revisits the intersection outside the Randolph Air Force Base, Texas main gate where he witnessed a car accident and saved the life of a critically injured man in April. For his efforts Mr. Roberts received the Air Force Command Valor Award on Aug. 29. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. James Brabenec) AFMA civilian saves life, receives valor award
Greg Roberts drew upon first-aid skills learned during his active-duty career to save the life of man wounded in a car accident near the main gate here in April. The actions of this Air Force Manpower Agency systems analyst led to him receiving the Air Force Command Valor Award during a ceremony Aug. 29. "It's an honor to
0 9/11
2008
Default Air Force Logo Annual unit, organizational excellence award winners announced
The Secretary of the Air Force Personnel Council recognized the following organizations for 2007-2008 Air Force unit awards for the periods indicated below: Meritorious Unit Award The 3rd Expeditionary Air Support Operations Group, Dec. 13, 2006 - Nov. 25, 2007 Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for valor The 755th
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2008
Default Air Force Logo New online benefit courses offered to civilian employees
Three new on-line courses for federal civilian employees offer training in the benefit-related areas of retirement, financial planning and new employee orientation. The training, available Sept. 12 on the automated Employee Benefits Information System web program, applies to Air Force-serviced civilian employees at all
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2008
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