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  • AFMA to honor manpower pioneer

    In the busyness of our daily activities, it's easy sometimes to take our freedoms for granted and to forget the dedication and sacrifices of those pioneering Airmen who came before us. On April 4, the Air Force Manpower Agency here will take a moment to remember its heritage by honoring its first commander, the late Maj.
  • Air Force officials to close force shaping programs

    Since the Air Force is on track to meet end strength goals for fiscal 2008, force shaping programs are being closed for the remainder of the year. March 31 is the last day Air Force officials will accept fiscal 2008 Voluntary Separation Pay program applications. All eligible officers interested in applying must submit
  • AFPC guidance key to completing new evaluation forms

    Air Force Personnel Center officials shed light on issues with the new electronic evaluation form and encourage supervisors to pay close attention to the step-by-step instructions found on AFPC's "Ask" Web site. Recent feedback revealed problems with blank lines appearing on paper copies that are not visible on digital
  • From RPA to EOD -- The ABCs of filling an AF civilian job

    Most civilian jobs in the Air Force begin with a request for personnel action, or RPA. They end with an entry on duty date, or EOD. During the past 12 months, the entire process has taken an average of 136 days from the initial completion of the RPA to a person arriving for duty. Control of the process changes throughout
  • New Web application makes Assignment Management System easier to use

    Active duty Air Force members, officers and enlisted, who log on to the Air Force Personnel Center's Assignment Management System after March 21 will find a new web application that makes navigation faster and easier. "It's all part of AFPC's on-going effort to increase service to our customers," said Master Sgt. Brad
  • AFPC assists local youth with tasty mission

    Madison Albrecht, a member of Girl Scout Troop 2642, demonstrated her support for America's troops recently by collecting 18 cases -- that's more than 200 boxes -- of Girl Scout cookie donations while selling the cookies in and around her hometown of Boerne, Texas. Working through a family friend, Madison's mom contacted
  • Air Force announces selections to senior master sergeant

    The Air Force has selected 1,284 master sergeants for promotion to senior master sergeant. The promotion list will be released publicly at 8 a.m. CST March 12 on the Air Force Personnel Center's homepage at http://www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/ and on AFPC's "Ask" Web site. The board, which convened here Jan. 28 to Feb. 15,
  • AF officials announce officer promotions

    The 2007B Line of the Air Force, LAF-Judge Advocate, Medical Service Corps and Chaplain central selection boards selected 24 lieutenant colonels, 1,094 majors and 94 captains for promotion. The entire list can be found on the Air Force Personnel Center's homepage under the Officer Promotions tab at www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/
  • AFPC announces CY09 DT support squadron commander candidate selection process

    Development Team members will meet at the Air Force Personnel Center here during various dates from May through August to select new support squadron commanders, officials said today. Support squadron commanders will be selected in various career fields, including Materiel, Civil Engineering, Communications-Information,
  • AF introduces new civilian training vehicle: SF-182

    Without it, they are stuck in park. With it, however, they can rev up their future. With the introduction of the Standard Form 182, which was rolled out recently by the Office of Personnel Management, Air Force civilians now have an elite vehicle in their inventory that can effectively steer them toward their individual