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The 100th session of the Air Force Uniform Board is in session through April 28, 2017, to review ideas and recommendations submitted by Airmen in order to improve or change Air Force uniforms, wear policy and grooming standards. The board does not come up with its own ideas, but vets ideas submitted by Airmen. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kat Bailey) Air Force holds 100th uniform board meeting
The 100th meeting of the Air Force Uniform Board convened this month to review ideas and recommendations submitted by Airmen in order to improve or change Air Force uniforms, wear policy and grooming standards.
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2017
The Air Force Personnel Center website has a new look and feel thanks to improved web management software. The upgrade includes increased visual appeal, improved search sorting mechanisms and streamlined interfacing for users. (AFPC courtesy graphic) AFPC launches new website
The Air Force Personnel Center officially unveils the newest version of its public website, http://www.afpc.af.mil, today.   The site contains personnel news and information for current and former Airmen and civilians.  Air Force fitness policy and the dress and appearance pages are the most popular pages, followed by links
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