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From left, Staff Sgts. Jacqlyn Sanchez, Crystal Hughes and Michael Jessup, all selected for the Nurses Enlisted Commissioning Program (NECP), make the change from Moody Air Force Base to Valdosta State University. The NECP is a program for enlisted Airmen to become commissioned nurses while maintaining active duty status. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Gina Chiaverotti) Nurse commissioning program seeks enlisted applicants
Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here will conduct the annual Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program board May 13-14 to select candidates for fall 2008 and spring 2009 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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2008
Default Air Force Logo vMPF adds new self-service program for assignments
A new self-service assignments application launching Feb. 19 will eliminate a visit to the Military Personnel Flight/Element, saving Airmen both time and effort as part of the continuing initiatives of the Air Force's Personnel Services Delivery Transformation. Using the Expanded Permissive Assignment program, active duty
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Service still seeking special compensation claimants
The approval rate of claims for Combat-Related Special Compensation is currently running 66 percent, but one-third of the eligible retirees still have not applied for the program. Air Force Personnel Center officials expected an increase in claims when the benefit was expanded to include all combat or combat-related
0 2/05
2008
Default Air Force Logo Air Force fiscal 2008 aviator continuation pay approved
The fiscal 2008 Aviator Continuation Pay program was approved recently by Mr. Craig W. Duehring, assistant secretary of the Air Force, manpower and reserve affairs. The 2008 National Defense Authorization Act., which was signed by President Bush Jan. 28 provided authorization. The 2008 ACP program will offer eligible pilots
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2008
Lt. Col. Denise Thompson Sexual Assault Response Coordinator sets new objectives for deployment
(Editor's Note: Lt. Col. Thompson is a Reservist assigned to the Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas as Chief, Sexual Assualt Prevention and Response Training and Research.) Accountability and advocacy are as important in the deployed environment as they are at home station, that's why Sexual
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2008
Default Air Force Logo 2008 force shaping board cancelled
Air Force lieutenants in the 2005 year group, a total of 764 eligible, will not face the Force Shaping Board here as the Secretary of the Air Force directed cancellation of the board Jan. 25. "We received enough requests to separate through the voluntary separations programs that conducting a force shaping board is no
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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, as of Dec. 31. More information can be found at the center's analysis branch Web site: http://wwa.afpc.randolph.af.mil/demographics/. Statistics rounded to the nearest tenth.
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2008
Bill Ward briefs exception to policy request cases he will turn over to his co-workers, (from left) Master Sgt. Cameron Jones, Tech. Sgt. Jeff Gilbert, Letty Inabinet and Tech. Sgt. Yahil Sanchez, prior to his retirement. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. James Brabenec) AFPC civilian retires after 57 years service
When Bill Ward first raised his hand to enlist in the Air Force, Harry S Truman was president of the United States. Now, 58 years and 10 presidents later, he will retire Jan. 31. Mr. Ward, an assignments adviser at the Air Force Personnel Center here, developed an extensive personnel resume through 24 years of Civil Service
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Aviator pay details to be released
Details on the retention bonus offered to experienced aviators should be released soon, Air Staff officials here said. The aviator continuation pay incentive is in the final coordination stages and once Congress finalizes and the president signs this year's annual National Defense Authorization Act, the bonus will be
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2008
Default Air Force Logo Leaders announce policy changes for Airmen in AOR
Changes are on the horizon for Airmen serving in the Central Command area of responsibility. In an effort to standardize policies among those assigned and those deployed to the CENTCOM AOR, Air Force officials will implement several changes beginning as soon as February 2008. "There are several reasons for these changes,"
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2008
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