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  • Air Force announces Flemming award winner

    Major Timothy J. Bode has been selected as the final winner of the 59th Annual Arthur S. Flemming Award in the managerial achievement category. Major Bode currently serves as Chief of Operations for the Space Based Infrared Systems Combined Task Force in Boulder, Colo. The award, sponsored annually by George Washington
  • Air Force announces captain selections

    The Air Force selected 97 first lieutenants for promotion from 101 officers considered during the CY07D captain selection process. The entire list of promotion selects is posted on the Air Force Personnel Center's officer promotions home page. The results of the board are as follows: Selection statistics in-the-promotion
  • Qualified Airmen can request Afghan, Iraq campaign medal stars

    A recent memorandum from the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense provides guidance on the wear of campaign stars on both Afghanistan and Iraq campaign medals. The campaign stars recognize service members for participating in designated campaign phases within the areas of responsibility for both awards. In order to
  • AF selects six Airmen for AFIT graduate program

    Air Force officials recently selected six enlisted Airmen to continue their education through the Enlisted to Air Force Institute of Technology Graduate Degree Program. "My congratulations go out to these fine Airmen," said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Rodney J. McKinley. "We had a number of great applicants, but
  • AF selects 37 Airmen for Physician Assistant training

    The Air Force selected 37 Airmen to attend the Tri-Service (Phase I) Physician Assistant training at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The April 2008 Physician Assistant Board met at the Air Force Personnel Center here to consider 61 applicants. In addition to those selected to attend training, six alternates were selected. Those
  • AFPC, AFMC temporarily collaborate to staff AFMC vacancies

    The Air Force Personnel Center and Air Force Materiel Command are partnering to reduce the number of Air Force civilian personnel actions currently in the system. Four AFMC bases will temporarily assume responsibility for all AFMC civilian fill actions. The large civilian centers at Hill, Robins, Tinker and Wright-Patterson
  • AFPC junior NCOs gather food, supplies for animal shelter

    Members of the Air Force Personnel Center Junior Enlisted Council recently held a Pet Care Drive to raise supplies and food for the Universal City Animal Shelter. The group asked for donations from AFPC members and raised a total of 756 pounds of food, 224 pounds of cat litter and 16 pounds of treats. Cash donations were
  • Award winners save AF $14.7 million

    Nine individuals who saved the Air Force $14.7 million were recognized April 8 at the Pentagon. Seven individuals won Air Force Productivity Excellence Awards and two won the Air Force Exceptional Innovator Award. Lt. Gen. Richard Newton III, the Air Force deputy chief of staff for manpower, personnel and services,
  • Air Force Assistance Fund campaign ends May 4

    For years, a big Wingman has been out there taking care of Air Force people. This year is no different, since the Air Force Assistance Fund's "Commitment to Caring" campaign is in full swing. The AFAF campaign, which began Feb. 12, ends May 4 so there is still time for Airmen to make a contribution that supports the Air
  • Advanced academic degree, special experience exchange duties application deadline set

    Officers considering advanced academic degree and experience broadening programs in 2009 have until June 6 to apply. Officers in space/missiles operations, intelligence, weather, logistics, civil engineering, program management, developmental engineering, communications and information, services, public affairs, manpower,
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