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  • Air Force to hire civilians to manage unit programs

    Squadrons with more than 50 military and civilian members could start seeing relief in managing their additional duties as early as this fall, courtesy of 1,200 newly created civilian unit program coordinators positions. Feedback from the 2008 Airman's Time Assessment revealed Airmen were being pulled away from their
  • Air Force Academy seeking instructor applications

    Active duty officers interested in applying for instructor duty for academic year 2010-2011 at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo. must submit applications to the Air Force Personnel Center here by Sep. 30. Officers in the ranks of First Lieutenant through Lieutenant Colonel may apply for positions in the USAFA dean of
  • Service demographics offer snapshot of force

    Air Force Personnel Center officials here recently published a demographics report offering a snapshot of the service's active-duty and civilian force. This data is current as of June 30 and can also be found at Air Force demographics. Statistics are rounded to the nearest tenth. Active-duty demographics Snapshot of the Air
  • 2010 Verne Orr Award nominations open

    The Air Force Personnel Center here is now accepting nominations for the 2010 Verne Orr Award. The Verne Orr Award is sponsored by the Air Force Association and recognizes an Air Force unit which makes the most effective use of its human resources. The award is open to all Air Force units and organizations regardless of
  • Special developmental education programs open for application

    Officers with demonstrated leadership and scholarship abilities interested in applying for special developmental education programs for the 2010-2011 academic year, have until Aug. 31 to submit their applications to the Air Force Personnel Center. The four special DE programs include the Olmsted Scholarship Program, with
  • CMSAF discusses force priorities, continued support for families and wounded warriors

    The Air Force's top enlisted leader toured several military bases in the San Antonio area July 7-9 to meet with Airmen here and discuss Air Force priorities. Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James A. Roy assumed his new position during an appointment ceremony June 30 at Bolling Air Force Base, D.C. Chief Roy said some
  • New Air Force Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Web site

    To reinforce the Air Force's commitment to eliminating incidents of sexual assault, officials here have debuted a new Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Web site to raise awareness and provide prevention training, education, and victim advocacy. "Sexual assault is absolutely inconsistent with our core values and it has
  • Lackland AFB, Asheville Airmen selected for meritorious service award

    The Air Force has selected a master sergeant and a civilian as the winners of the 2009 Society of American Indian Government Employees meritorious service award. Master Sgt. Angela Tristan, assigned to the 14th Weather Squadron in Asheville, N.C., and Rhonda Battles, assigned to the 343rd Training Squadron at Lackland AFB,
  • Civilian development 'roadmap' launched

    The Air Force recently approved four initiatives that make up part of the civilian institutional development "roadmap". The initiatives are key to helping civilians excel professionally while working to achieve the Air Force mission of fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace. Air Force Secretary Michael B. Donley
  • Air Force accepting nominations for 2009 Lance P. Sijan award

    The Air Force is now accepting nominations for the 2009 Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award. This award recognizes the accomplishments of officers and enlisted members who have demonstrated the highest quality of leadership in the performance of their duties and their personal lives. Nominees will be rated on their scope
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