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  • Air Force names 2008 EEO award winners

    The Air Force recognized the following people as 2008 Distinguished Equal Employment Opportunity Award winners. Winners by category are: Commander action - Col. Richard A. Klumpp Jr., Vance AFB, Okla. Solomon Starks Jr. EEO Manager of the Year Award - Leonard M. Gonzales, Los Angeles AFB, Calif. Supervisory action - Altheda
  • Airman & Family Readiness Centers help families displaced by danger

    The political system was rapidly deteriorating in Belgrade, Serbia, last month. The State Department announced an authorized departure order for eligible family members and non-emergency employees from Belgrade, including one Air Force family. But when the family landed at their "safe haven" in the United States, it wasn't
  • New field account reps help information flow

    Communication to and from the Air Force Personnel Center and personnelists in the field took the next big step, thanks to the recent creation of a field account representative team at AFPC. The concept was designed to improve AFPC's timeliness in delivering information to personnel professionals and guarantees AFPC is more
  • After 30 years, AFPC command chief retires from 'dream job'

    "Serving in the Air Force has been a dream," said Chief Master Sgt. Terry Reed, Air Force Personnel Center Command Chief Master Sergeant. "I've loved it from day one." Day 10,950 (or thereabouts) will come Aug. 1, when he retires after 30 years of service. Chief Reed enlisted in the Air Force during the summer after
  • Air Force has new Web site for retirees

    The Air Force has a new Web site just for its retiree community that is full of news and information, plus it is easy to access and navigate. The Air Force Retiree Services site is located at www.retirees.af.mil. This public Web site offers the retiree family in-depth information on the Survivor Benefit Plan, plus a list of
  • Designated Location Move assignment program helps some foreign-born spouses cope with reassignment

    Some foreign born spouses of active duty Airmen projected to serve a dependent restricted assignment tour may find help through the Designated Location Move assignment program, according to Air Force Personnel Center officials here. Although the program already exists, beginning April 4 it became available through the
  • Some civilian career updates just clicks away

    The Air Force Personnel Center here recently introduced a new self-service application -- the Electronic Civilian Record Update -- as part of its ongoing commitment to civilian force development. ECRU gives civilians preparing to meet a development team panel the ability to perform Web updates on certain civilian career
  • Family Liaison Officer training video shot at Air Force Personnel Center, various locations

    The director yelled "roll 'em!" The clapboard was snapped and the film crew jumped into action -- a common occurrence in Hollywood, but an unusual one at the Air Force Personnel Center here. The excitement was all part of a film shooting for two 15-minute videos that will be used for training Air Force Family Liaison
  • AFPC officials offer 24-hour customer service

    As Air Force people learn how to do more with less, multitasking and proper usage of their time is vital. Unfortunately, an Airmen's dedication to completing the mission may cause them not to take proper care of their personnel records and other vital career actions. They may just not have the time to leave work and visit
  • Developmental education application deadlines set

    Officers and civilians considering intermediate or senior developmental education in 2009 have until April 25 and May 1, respectively, to submit their applications for consideration by the selection board. Officers apply using a Web-based application, while civilians submit their applications through their civilian
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