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Default Air Force Logo Air Force prepared for largest virtual promotion release
The Air Force Personnel Center here will post selection lists for technical and master sergeant promotions on the Air Force Portal and AFPC public and military Web sites June 26 at 8 a.m. Central Time. This will be the third major enlisted promotion release using the new Web-based process, and by far the largest release at
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2008
Default Air Force Logo How, when to begin filling a civilian vacancy
One way to cut down on the time needed to fill a civilian vacancy is to begin earlier, Air Force Personnel Center officials said recently. "Supervisors can submit a request for personnel action at any time to their local Civilian Personnel Office," said Cathy Smoak, Human Resource Specialist, Air Force Programs Oversight
0 6/19
2008
Default Air Force Logo AF nominates 114 officers for astronaut training
The Air Force Astronaut Nomination Board has forwarded 114 nominees to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for consideration in the pilot and mission specialist categories. The board convened here May 13-15 and the Medical Screening Panel convened May 20-22, considering 213 applications. Forty-eight names were
0 6/19
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force names 2008 LULAC Excellence in Military Service Award winner
The Air Force has selected Captain Elisa Valenzuela from the Air Force Materiel Command as the winner of the 2008 League of United Latin American Citizens Excellence in Military Service award. The award recognizes members who have made significant contributions to the advancement of minority groups, the promotion of
0 6/18
2008
Default Air Force Logo Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program selectees announced
Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here selected 31 enlisted Airmen to attend the Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program beginning in either fall 2008 or spring 2009. Those attending fall 2008 are: Tech. Sgt. Meki Bocage Tech. Sgt. Michele Bortvit Tech. Sgt. Samuel Cash Tech. Sgt. Samuel Cerezo Tech. Sgt. Edson
0 6/17
2008
Default Air Force Logo Citizenship path for Airmen now a Total Force reality
Senior Airman Karla Bustamante has career aspirations. As an information management journeyman with the 375th Mission Support Group at Scott Air Force Base, Ill., she wants to make staff sergeant and someday finish her bachelor's degree in computer science. Airman Bustamante, a Nicaraguan native, recently completed a
0 6/16
2008
Blanca Rubio, a contract scanning team leader at the Air Force Personnel Center here, scans the last paper unit personnel record June 3.   Since September 2006, AFPC has scanned about 325,000 records that were shipped to AFPC’s Master Personnel Records Branch from every active-duty base in the Air Force. The paper to electronic records transition is part of the Air Force's ongoing commitment to Personnel Services Delivery Transformation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Richard Salomon) Final record scan moves AFPC closer to total virtual service
There were no cakes, ribbons or special dignitaries on hand June 3 when Blanca Rubio, a contract scanning team leader at the Air Force Personnel Center here, performed an electronic scan of the Air Force's last paper unit personnel record. However, according to Sharon Hogue, chief of AFPC's Master Personnel Records Branch,
0 6/06
2008
From left to right, Staff Sgts. Shane Antrim, Tiffanee Schultz and Renee Quinneville attempt to set the record for speed wrapping Staff Sgt. Shanera Bullock during the Mummy Wrap event at the Air Force Personnel Center's sports day here at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, June 4. Sports day, designed to promote esprit de corps and unit camaraderie, was a mixture of traditional and wacky events like the Mummy Wrap and Dizzy Bat relay. (US Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Kat Bailey) AFPC assignments team earns second straight championship
More than 600 members of the Air Force Personnel Center here turned out wearing their directorate colors for AFPC's sports day June 4. The competition started earlier in the week with good-natured heckling, threats and challenges sent by the various directors. However, the challengers got down to real business with the 5K
0 6/05
2008
Tech. Sgt. Jennifer Ontiveros (left), Tech. Sgt. Sherri Guzman and Maj. Erick Castro, from the Air Force Personnel Center here at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, discuss a question from a personnelist in the field during one of the center’s recent webcasts.  The intent of the monthly Internet conferences is to provide details on upcoming personnel programs and procedures for military and civilian personnelists across the Air Force.  (Courtesy photo) AFPC providing service, virtually
The Air Force Personnel Center here opened the virtual communication lines when monthly Internet based information sessions launched late last year for military and civilian personnelists around the Air Force. The intent of the monthly Internet conferences, known as webcasts, is to provide preliminary details on upcoming
0 6/04
2008
Airman 1st Class Lillian Thompsett, a personnelist at the Air Force Personnel Center here, greets Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley outside the Randolph Air Force Base theater. The chief attended AFPC's commander's call and spent the day visiting with Airmen and civilians from AFPC. (US Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Kat Bailey) CMSAF spends day with AFPC Airmen
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley visited the Airmen of the Air Force Personnel Center here May 29. Chief McKinley and other board members were in town holding the boards that select the next Air Force 12 Outstanding Airmen and First Sergeant of the Year. During his visit to AFPC, the chief talked with
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2008
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