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  • Air Force selects 1,184 in senior master sergeant promotion cycle; list posts March 3

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – Air Force officials have selected 1,184 master sergeants for promotion to senior master sergeant out of 15,544 eligible for a selection rate of 7.62 percent in the 20E8 promotion cycle. While this selection rate is lower than in previous years, the 20E8 promotion allocations meet
  • Air Force releases CY19E major LAF promotion list

    The Air Force selected 2,215 active-duty captains for promotion to major during the calendar year 2019E Line of the Air Force central selection board.
  • Squadron Commander, Superintendent Course gears up for 2020

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – The Air Force’s Personnel Center wrapped up a successful year of hosting nearly 400 students in its 2019 Squadron Commander and Superintendent Course and is off-and-running with its first 2020 class concluded.The three-and-a-half day course was offered eight times in 2019 and
  • Air Force extends 20E6 promotion testing window for 18 AFSCs

    Air Force officials announced today that the promotion testing window for approximately 6,000 Airmen in the 20E6 promotion cycle will be extended through April 30 as a result of a potential compromise of promotion testing material.
  • Air Force releases latest field grade officer promotions

    The Air Force selected 468 active-duty officers for promotion to colonel and major during recent central selection boards.
  • AF selects 468 in CY19D field grade officer promotions; lists post Feb. 6

    The Air Force selected 468 active-duty officers for promotion to colonel and major during recent central selection boards.
  • AFPC Hosts Inaugural Innovation Symposium, Launches Idea Campaign

    The Air Force’s Personnel Center’s new Innovation Cell hosted an inaugural innovation symposium Jan. 15-16. The event featured guest speakers, presentations and an expo, and also served as the platform to launch an internal idea crowdsourcing campaign called “Wild Ideas.”
  • A true Warrior spirit

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii — For many Airmen across the Air Force, volunteering often leads to enhanced professional development and a stronger performance report, but for Airman 1st Class Nathan Hall, a cyber transport technician from the 747th Communications Squadron, volunteering at the Air Force Wounded
  • U.S. Space Force seeks civilians to join staff

    SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The U.S. Space Force, the new branch of the Armed Forces established Dec. 20, has begun advertising to fill civilian staff positions in its initial headquarters, called the Office of the Chief of Space Operations. Advertisements for the first 35 positions were posted last week, with a second wave of
  • A half-century of service

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – It was 1965 and she was in her early 20’s working as a city employee in the welfare department when she saw an opportunity to work for the federal government as an Air Force civilian.During that time, Mary O. Price saw limited options for women in the workplace; but several months
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