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  • Civilian job announcements changed to help managers, applicants

    Air Force Personnel Center officials recently changed how civilian job announcements are listed to improve the civilian hiring process. "AFPC is improving our civilian hiring process and reducing the time it takes to fill civilian position vacancies. Changing the way we list our civilian job openings is one of the many
  • Additional career enlisted aviator positions open for retraining

    The Air Force recently added 20 openings for first term Airmen to retrain into the Airborne Mission Systems (1A3XX) and Airborne Operations (1A4XX) specialties. First-term Airmen interested in retraining into the flight engineer specialty will also find more than 30 positions available in the retraining advisory.
  • Coming Feb. 22, single 800 number for all Airmen

    Members of the Total Force - regular Air Force, Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve, civilian and retired Airmen - are on line to have one central phone number for help with their personnel questions starting at 5 p.m. Central Standard Time Feb. 22. Members of the Air Force community should call the Total Force Service
  • Air Force names 2009 EEO awards winners

    The Air Force recognized the following people as 2009 Distinguished Equal Employment Opportunity Award winners. Winners by category are: Solomon Starks Jr. EEO Manager of the Year Award - Barbara Dycus, David-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. Supervisory Action - Deborah Webb, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Affirmative Action - Dr.
  • Air Force officials reinstate Good Conduct Medal

    Air Force officials have announced the reinstatment of the Good Conduct Medal for exemplary service by enlisted Airmen, here Feb. 11. Reinstatement of the medal is effective Feb. 11, officials said. The Air Force Uniform Board announced on Feb. 6, 2006, that the Good Conduct Medal would no longer be awarded. It was thought
  • Application deadline set for advanced academic degree, special experience exchange programs

    Officers considering advanced academic degree and experience broadening programs in 2010 have until April 30 to apply. Officers in space/missiles operations, intelligence, weather, logistics, program management, developmental engineering, communications and information, public affairs, personnel and other mission support
  • 31 Airmen selected for Tops in Blue team

    Thirty-one Airmen were recently chosen for the world-renowned Tops in Blue team for 2009. For 10 days, 80 Air Force singers, dancers, musicians and comedians competed for the Tops in Blue slots during January's Air Force Worldwide Talent Contest at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. After completing a training regimen at
  • Deployment history to be removed from officer, senior enlisted promotion documents

    Air Force officials recently announced that deployment history data will be deleted from duty qualification briefs (officer selection and preselection) and from senior noncommissioned officer evaluation briefs. This total force initiative will apply to all active-duty members, Reserve and Guard personnel. "These changes
  • New civilian recruitment toolkit markets to military spouses, external candidates

    Often, finding the right person for the right job isn't an easy task. With a significant increase in new Air Force civilian hiring due to contractor conversions, joint basing and end strength growth, the need to market job opportunities also increases. To help bases better market civilian job openings and recruit qualified
  • 13 Airmen take Worldwide Talent Search honors

    Representing bases from around the globe, 77 Airmen gathered for the Air Force Worldwide Talent Search Jan. 11-19 at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to compete for the honor of being named the Air Force's "top talent." The winners were selected after 10 days of auditions, rehearsals and interviews, which culminated in three
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