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  • 2017 AF Trials commence

    "Over the past few days, I have had the privilege to meet warriors from different countries and services with the most incredible stories the majority will never fully understand. These warriors have answered their nation's call by literally becoming our sword and shield, and providing freedom for

  • Nominations open for 2017 American Legion Spirit of Service Award

    Air Force officials are accepting nominations for the 2017 American Legion Spirit of Service Award which is presented annually to one enlisted member from the active and reserve components who demonstrated outstanding volunteer service in their local community.  Airmen basic through staff sergeants

  • AF Selective Re-enlistment Bonus program updates released

    Air Force officials released details on the fiscal year 2017 Selective Re-enlistment Bonus program Feb. 23, 2017. This year’s program consists of 80 Air Force specialties and continues the practice of offering larger sums of money initially up front.

  • AF offers new two-year degree program for civilians

    The Air Force is expanding development opportunities for the civilian workforce by offering an associate degree at little to no cost. Graduates of the online program will be awarded an Associate of Applied Science degree in Air Force Leadership and Management Studies. The 60-credit hour program is

  • Air Force Trials for wounded warriors begin Feb. 24

    For months, about 100 Air Force wounded, ill and injured service members and veterans have honed their skills in their chosen sport, with many overcoming significant hardships, in preparation for the Air Force Trials Feb. 24 to March 2 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.The Air Force Trials is an

  • Air Force releases undergraduate flying training selections

    The Air Force has selected 100 company grade officers for its 2017 Undergraduate Flying Training program. The UFT annual selection board convened at the Air Force Personnel Center Jan. 23-26 to consider active duty candidates for pilot, remotely piloted aircraft pilot, combat systems officer and air

  • Regional Affairs program gets 54 new officers

    The Air Force has selected 54 line officers--51 captains and three majors--into the Regional Affairs Strategist program. The program, managed by the Under Secretary of the Air Force, International Affairs, is a force development initiative intended to create a cadre of officers with in-depth

  • Notifications to eligible Airmen begin for Blended Retirement System

    Airmen eligible for the new Blended Retirement System began receiving email notifications Feb. 10 from myPers with information regarding their benefits so they can make the decision best suited for their individual needs. The myPers notification includes details of the new retirement system, a link

  • 2017 nominations sought for 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year Award

    Air Force officials are seeking 2017 nominations for the 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year Award. There are three categories for this award: airman, noncommissioned officer and senior NCO. Major commands and the Air Force District of Washington may each nominate three candidates (one per category)

  • Air Force selects 818 officers for field grade promotions

    The Air Force has selected 818 active duty officers for promotion to colonel, lieutenant colonel and major during the 2016C Colonel Line of the Air Force, Line of the Air Force Judge Advocate, Nurse Corps and Chaplain; Lieutenant Colonel Chaplain, Nurse Corps and Line of the Air Force Judge

  • Air Force committed to fostering civilian talent via DE

    The Air Force has created a new leadership development course designed specifically for GS-12 and GS-13 civilians and equivalent pay schedules. The Air Force will undertake new measures to increase opportunities for civilians at the GS-12 and -13 level to participate in professional development

  • In search of 2017 USO Service Member of the Year nominees

    Air Force officials are accepting nominations for the 2017 United Service Organizations Service Member of the Year Award. The award is sponsored by the USO and recognizes specific acts of heroism by E-5s or below from every military service branch. Organizations and base-level personnel should

  • Nominations sought for 2017 First Sergeant of the Year

    Air Force officials are seeking nominations for the 2017 First Sergeant of the Year award. The award recognizes the important contributions and leadership qualities exhibited by Air Force members in the first sergeant special duty career field. Nominees must have served as a first sergeant for at

  • AF tattoo policy updates take effect Feb. 1

    According to an Air Force Policy Memorandum for Appearance and Accession Standards Review, revisions for tattoo standards applicable to the Total Force take effect Feb. 1. The guidance, which will be incorporated into Air Force Instruction 36-2903, Dress and Personal Appearance of Air Force

  • AF responds to hiring freeze

    The Air Force is working with the Defense Department to provide additional guidance on the federal civilian hiring freeze implemented Jan. 23.

  • Blended Retirement System Opt-In training now available to all Airmen

    The Department of Defense will implement the new Blended Retirement System in less than a year. While no one needs to make a decision until Jan. 1, 2018, all Airmen should take advantage of training and informational resources to research their options during 2017. Airmen eligible for the new

  • AF selects 534 for promotion to colonel, lieutenant colonel, major

    The Air Force has selected 534 active duty officers for promotion as a result the 2016A Medical and Dental Corps central selection boards for colonel, lieutenant colonel and major. The boards selected 76 lieutenant colonels for promotion to colonel, 159 majors for promotion to lieutenant colonel and

  • Air Force names 2017 ROTC detachment commanders

    The Air Force has selected 38 active, Guard and Reserve officers as Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps detachment commanders to fill requirements at universities across the nation starting summer 2017.  A selection board held late in 2016 reviewed more than 100 applications from lieutenant

  • Officer developmental education application window opens Jan. 30

    Eligible active duty officers can apply for intermediate and senior developmental education opportunities starting Jan. 30.The nomination process starts via the web-based form 3849, available on AFPC Secure. Officers may select up to five IDE/SDE programs in which they are interested and should

  • Nominations sought for 2017 NAACP Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award

    Nominations for the 2017 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Roy Wilkins Renown Service Award are due to the Air Force Personnel Center by March 21. The award honors military members and Department of Defense civilian employees who have supported the DOD mission or overseas

  • Disability Evaluation System rolls out new email notification process

    A new email notification system rolls out this month for the Air Force’s Disability Evaluation System that will enhance customer service and increase overall transparency in the Physical Evaluation Board process. Instead of Airmen calling their physical evaluation board liaison officer or the Air

  • AF seeks 13th Annual DOD David O. Cooke award nominees

    Air Force officials are seeking nominations for the 13th Annual Department of Defense David O. Cooke Excellence in Public Administration Award. This award was created to promote, perpetuate and recognize the type of exceptional contributions David O. Cooke made to the federal service.  Cooke had a

  • Nominations open for 62nd DOD Distinguished Civilian Service Award

    Air Force officials are accepting nominations for the 62nd Annual Department of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service Award.This award is the highest presented to civilian employees whose careers reflect exceptional devotion to duty and significant contributions of broad scope to the efficiency,

  • AFPC to host two Exceptional Family Member webinars Jan. 12

    The Air Force Personnel Center will hold two Exceptional Family Member Program webinars Jan. 12 discussing the program’s three components – assignments, medical and family support. EFMP allows Airmen to proceed to assignment locations where suitable medical, educational and other resources are

  • Air Force selects 929 for promotion to captain

    The Air Force selected 929 first lieutenants for promotion to captain during the Calendar Year 2016C Captain Line of the Air Force, Chaplain, Line of the Air Force-Judge Advocate, Nurse Corps, Medical Service Corps and Biomedical Service Corps quarterly selection process. To view the lists, go to

  • JBSA-Randolph to host Warrior CARE event Jan. 9-13

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program will host a Warrior CARE Event Jan. 9 -13 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph where about 120 wounded, ill or injured service men and women from across the nation are expected to participate.   CARE events provide recovering service members, veterans and their

  • Air Force program assists special needs family members

    Being the parent of an 11-year-old boy with high- functioning autism, said Master Sgt. Virmania Accoo, is often a challenging and difficult journey that requires patience and sacrifice.“One of the biggest struggles we face as a family is helping my son adjust to a new PCS location and to find the

  • Recovery care coordinators provide ‘boots on the ground’ support

    During his 30-year Air Force career, Keith Mondloch spent much of his time on the flightline as an aircraft maintainer, but he also devoted many hours as a senior NCO helping young Airmen with personnel, financial and legal issues.“If I couldn’t help them myself, I made sure I found the right person

  • Enlisted nursing commissioning programs accepting applications

    The Nurse Enlisted and Direct Enlisted Commissioning Programs are accepting applications from active duty enlisted Airmen through Jan. 27, 2017, for the April selection boards. NECP offers the opportunity to earn a baccalaureate degree in nursing at a college or university with an Air Force Reserve

  • New civilian appraisal program to begin in April

    The Air Force will roll out a new Department of Defense civilian appraisal program in April designed to improve overall job performance, enhance supervisor and employee communication, and more effectively develop and reward the workforce.  The new program, called the DoD Performance Management and

  • Air Force selects 35 for career intermission program

    Thirty-five officer and enlisted Airmen were selected to participate in the Air Force Career Intermission Program which offers Airmen between one and three years partially paid time out of uniform to focus on personal and professional pursuits. This year’s participants are derived from various

  • Air Force selects primary, alternate advanced studies group participants

    Air Force officials announced the selection of 90 officers as primary or alternate participants for advanced studies at the nation’s advanced war fighting schools.The School of Advanced Air and Space Studies at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, selected 36 officers as primaries and 22 alternates; the

  • AFCENT helps deployed Airmen reach for their dreams

    Deployed Airmen often miss opportunities afforded to those back home; but personnel specialists at Air Forces Central Command headquarters here ensured deployed enlisted Airmen did not miss one opportunity – to pursue their ambitions of becoming part of the first group of enlisted pilots since World

  • Air Force announces medical squadron commanders for 2017

    Air Force officials have selected 84 health professions officers for medical squadron command assignments worldwide in 2017. Assignment bids were coordinated among medical group and wing commanders, senior raters and command surgeons. “Squadron commanders are key to shaping our service culture and

  • Unique command opportunity found in financial management leadership program

    Active duty officers in year groups 2004 to 2008 can apply for a special command opportunity through the 2017 Financial Management Leadership Program.  The program is open to all eligible non-finance line officers with the exception of fighter pilots, and offers an expansion of potential command

  • Air Force selects 531 for promotion to chief master sergeant

    The Air Force has selected 531 senior master sergeants for promotion to chief master sergeant out of the 2,229 eligible. The overall selection rate was 23.82 percent with an average overall score for those selected of 506.82. Selectees’ average time in grade was 3.23 years and time in service was

  • Air Force selects 58 for test pilot school

    Air Force officials have selected 58 primary and alternate students for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Naval Test Pilot schools, with classes beginning in June 2017.   The 2016 USAF Test Pilot School selection board met in July and considered 174 officer and civilian candidates for test pilot, flight

  • Air Force announces consolidated squadron commander selection list

    Air Force officials have selected just under 500 officers from more than 20 career fields to be squadron commanders, including other command opportunities such as training, recruiting and air base squadrons. Wing and group hiring officials used the previously published candidate lists to fill the

  • Civilian tuition assistance increases to $1M, expands eligibility

    The Air Force has received an additional $400,000, for a total of $1 million, for its 2017 civilian tuition assistance program, and all permanent, full-time appropriated fund employees, including those in wage-grade positions, are now eligible to participate. Employees are required to have a current

  • AF seeks nominees for 2017 humanitarian award

    Air Force officials are seeking nominees for the 2017 Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher Distinguished Civilian Humanitarian Award.Established in 1996 by the Secretaries of the Army, Navy and Air Force, the award is named in honor of Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher, both of whom contributed extensively to

  • Nominees sought for 2017 Joan Orr AF Spouse of the Year Award

    The Air Force Personnel Center is currently accepting nominations for the Air Force Association Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year Award. This award honors significant contributions made by non-military spouses of Air Force military members. The nominee’s spouse must be an active duty Air Force,

  • AF names 2016 GEICO Military Service Award nominees

    Air Force Personnel Center officials have nominated four Airmen for the 2016 Government Employees Insurance Company Military Service Award. The categories and nominees are as follows: Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Category: Tech. Sgt. Darren Pennington, 22nd Medical Operations Squadron,

  • Two-year probationary period now in effect for new civilians

    All new federal employees appointed within the Department of Defense to permanent positions in the competitive service are now required to serve a two-year probationary period. The new requirement took effect Nov. 26, 2015, as part of the fiscal year 2016 National Defense Authorization Act.  The

  • Retirees seeking foreign government employment need pre-approval

    Military retirees seeking any civil employment with a foreign government agency -- or any instrumentality of a foreign government agency -- must apply for permission in advance or risk losing their military retirement pay.  For retired Airmen, the Secretary of the Air Force and Secretary of State

  • Air Force promotions eliminates time-in-grade, time-in-service points

    Time-in-grade and time-in-service points in active duty enlisted promotion consideration will be eliminated beginning with the 17E7 master sergeant promotion cycle, and all future promotion cycles, the Air Force recently announced. This is the final step in a gradual reduction of points for TIG/TIS

  • Air Force looking to boost acquisition, cyber career fields

    Job seekers with in-demand technical skills may want to give the Air Force Civilian Service a look. The Air Force hopes to fill about 1,400 cyber and 2,200 acquisition positions Air Force-wide by the end of 2017.    The Air Force employs approximately 27,000 acquisition and 9,500 cyber civilian

  • 2016 Federal Benefits Open Season runs through Dec. 12

    The Office of Personnel Management has set the dates for the 2016 Federal Benefits Open Season from Nov. 14 through Dec 12, which includes the Federal Employees Health Benefits program, the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance program and the Federal Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAFEDS)

  • Air Force announces 2017 combat air forces squadron commander candidates

    Air Force officials have selected 302 officers as the 2017 combat air forces squadron commander candidates.  Designees are the result of the CAF squadron command selection board held at the Air Force Personnel Center Sept. 13. Candidates are eligible for any worldwide command opening to include

  • AF Wounded Warrior Program dedicated to personalized care

    Whether patrolling over no-fly zones in Iraq or guarding the perimeter of a stateside base, the Air Force mission can be dangerous even when taking all the necessary precautions. Many pay the ultimate sacrifice while others suffer battle scars seen and unseen. Team members who make up the Air Force

  • FYI: Blended Retirement System

    The new Blended Retirement System is on its way, and with that comes some changes. In this episode of FYI, Tech. Sgt. Holly Roberts-Davis gives us some general comparisons to help us make an informed decision.

  • FY17 NCORP application window now open

    The Air Force has released fiscal year 2017 retraining quotas for eligible noncommissioned officers via the NCO retraining program.  The retraining program is a complimentary tool used to help balance and sustain the enlisted force as the Air Force continues to grow. While the AF is still

  • 2015 Climate Survey results consistent with past years’ findings

    Results for the Air Force’s Total Force Climate Survey conducted March 13 - April 27, 2015, show that more than 80 percent of Airmen completing the survey are satisfied, in general.The survey was an opportunity for active duty, Air Force Reserve, Air National Guard and civilian Airmen to give senior

  • Warrior CARE event slated for Joint Base Andrews Nov. 13-18

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program, in coordination with the 11th Wing, Joint Base Andrews, District of Washington, will host a Warrior CARE event Nov. 13-18. Warrior CARE events are holistic wellness events for seriously wounded, ill and injured military members, veterans and their caregivers,

  • Air Force selects 720 civilians for developmental education

    More than 700 Air Force civilian employees were selected for basic, intermediate and senior developmental education opportunities during the 2016 Civilian Developmental Education Board held at the Air Force Personnel Center last month.  The board considered 916 high-potential employees for education

  • Air Force releases advanced degree and career broadening results

    An Air Force selection board has chosen 334 officers for advanced academic degree and career broadening opportunities.  As part of the force development construct, Advanced Academic Degree/Special Experience Exchange Duty programs provide targeted developmental education and broadening developmental

  • Health Profession Education Program candidates selected for 2017

    Air Force officials have selected more than 200 officers for the Air Force Medical Service Health Profession Education Program.   Development team boards held this summer for the Biomedical Sciences Corps, Medical Service Corps and Nurse Corps selected 216 officers from 20 career fields for the

  • $35K bonuses available for RPA pilots to stay beyond initial commitment

    UPDATED 10/26/2016: 18S corrected to 18XThe Air Force has authorized $35,000 critical skills retention bonus programs for qualified remotely piloted aircraft pilots. The bonuses are part of the Air Force’s RPA “Get Well” plan announced by Secretary of the Air Force Deborah Lee James Aug. 10 to

  • Selections announced for Civilian Strategic Leader Program

    Air Force officials have selected 21 senior civilians to participate in the 2017 Air Force Civilian Strategic Leader Program.   CSLP, the Air Force’s senior corporate career broadening program, is designed to develop multi-skilled GS-14 and GS-15 leaders by placing them in experiential assignments

  • Air Force approves Turkey incentive pay

    Active-duty Airmen assigned to Turkey between Aug. 29, 2016, and Dec. 31, 2018, may be eligible for the Secretary of the Air Force-approved Turkey Assignment Incentive Pay. Airmen may apply for TAIP at three points in time:  prior to departing their losing station, within 30 days of arrival in

  • Air Force issues implementation guidance for transgender Airmen

    Air Force officials released transgender implementation guidance Oct. 7 addressing specific procedures for transitioning and requesting an official change in gender as well as associated guidance in areas ranging from medical and privacy issues to deployments, fitness standards, and dress and

  • Air Force selects 1,931 for promotion to major

    The Air Force selected 1,931 officers for promotion to major during the Calendar Year 2016C Major Chaplain and Line of the Air Force central selection boards.  To view the lists, go to the Air Force Portal and select the promotion link, or log in to myPers, select “Any” from the drop down menu,

  • Air Force recertifies all fitness assessment courses

    The Air Force has directed a service-wide recertification of all installation 1.5-mile run and 2-kilometer walk courses by Oct. 31.  The recertification requirement comes after the identification of course-length issues by local officials at Goodfellow and Hanscom Air Force Bases. While conducting a

  • Air Force announces 2017 support squadron commander candidates

    Air Force officials have selected 921 officers from more than 20 career fields as the 2017 support, logistics and materiel leader commander candidates.  “This is a highly competitive selection process,” said Sophia Barnard, Air Force Personnel Center special duty assignments branch. “Selected

  • OTS flight commander positions open to reservists

    The Air Force has opportunities for air reserve component members to tap into the Voluntary Limited Period of Active Duty program in the Officer Training School at Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard officers in the grades of first lieutenant

  • DOD announces new-hire probationary period

    The probationary period for many new civilian employees hired by the Defense Department on or after Nov. 26, 2015, has changed from one year to two years, the acting deputy assistant secretary of defense for civilian personnel policy said. Julie Blanks confirmed the change to the statute governing

  • Air Force selects 1,855 for promotion to captain

    The Air Force selected 1,855 first lieutenants for promotion to captain during the Calendar Year 2016B Captain Line of the Air Force, Chaplain, Line of the Air Force-Judge Advocate, Nurse Corps, Medical Service Corps and Biomedical Service Corps quarterly selection process. To view the lists, go to

  • Air Force releases 2016 promotion statistics by AFSC

    Air Force officials have released the16E5, 16E6 and 16E7 promotion statistics broken down by Air Force Specialty Code and promotion recommendation.  In an effort to provide transparency to Airmen, the data has been posted to the myPers website by five letter-AFSC. AFSCs in which all eligible Airmen

  • AF leaders announce latest diversity, inclusion initiatives

    In ongoing efforts to attract and retain the most innovative, skillful and strategically agile force today, Air Force senior leaders released the second memorandum to Airmen relaying new diversity and inclusion initiatives.The 13 new initiatives include notable efforts to raise the bar for

  • Turkey now an unaccompanied, 12-month tour

    Air Force assignments to the Republic of Turkey are now unaccompanied, 12-month tours, effective Sept. 21, Air Force officials said today.   This decision was made taking into account the region’s current security environment and in consultation with the Department of State and Turkish government

  • AF announces 2017 NPSA nominee

    Air Force officials are pleased to announce Maj. Michael R. Couchman, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Springfield, Virginia, Air Force District of Washington, as the Air Force nominee for the 2017 National Public Service Award.The American Society for Public Administration and the National

  • Competitive career opportunities exist via officer crossflow program

    One of today’s opportunities for officers to broaden career options comes from the nonrated line officer crossflow program, which currently has openings for officers on active duty in certain career fields to volunteer for retraining into undermanned career fields. The program is designed to

  • Air Force has openings for civilian aircraft maintainers

    The Air Force is looking for qualified civilian aircraft maintainers to fill vital positions within the Air Force Civilian Service.  Unique skills such as installation, modification, testing, repair and other critical areas are integral to ensuring the safety of Airmen around the world and the

  • Ten AF captains selected for Inter-American Squadron Officer School

    Ten captains have been selected to attend the 2017 Inter-American Squadron Officer School at the Inter-American Air Forces Academy, Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, in fiscal year 2017.  Selected to attend are Captains Ruben Adornorodriguez, Ricardo Basora-Rovira, Edward Camacho, Nathan Elowe,

  • AFPC Airman wins 2016 Air Force Marathon

    First Lt. Zebulon Hanley, assigned to the Air Force Personnel Center at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas, crossed the finish line with a winning time of 2:47:04 at the 20th annual U.S. Air Force Marathon at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Col.

  • FEGLI calculator makes choosing options easier during open season

    The Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance Program calculator helps eligible federal employees make the right choices for themselves and their families during this open season which runs until Sept. 30.   The Office of Personnel Management offers an FEGLI calculator to assist with rapid and

  • Missing pilot’s remains bring sister closure after 51 years

    Maj. Dean Klenda, an F-105 pilot, went to Vietnam in 1965. He never returned. His sister, Deanna, has been searching for answers ever since. Last year, she got them, and his remains are finally coming home. On Sept. 17, Maj. Klenda will be laid to rest, 51 years to the day from when his aircraft was

  • VLPAD adds multiple career fields, vacancies

    The Air Force’s Voluntary Limited Period of Active Duty program, or VLPAD, has added a number of career fields for selected air reserve component line of the Air Force officers. For three years and one day, Reserve and Air National Guard officers from certain Air Force specialties can fill vacant

  • Air Force selects six captains for prestigious doctorate program

    The Air Force has chosen six captains for the 2017 Chief of Staff of the Air Force Captains Prestigious Ph.D. Program as a result of a recent selection board.  The program exposes rising officers to a unique learning experience at top-tier universities. The captains will obtain doctorate degrees in

  • 2016 AFA Aerospace Award winners named

    The Air Force Association awards committee recently announced their selections for the 2016 National Aerospace and Specialty Award winners. The specific categories and respective winners are as follows: David C. Schilling Award for most outstanding contribution to national defense in the field of

  • Career Intermission Program provides hiatus from AF active duty

    A year ago, Capt. Katie Evans, a personnel officer, had two choices:  leave active duty to pursue full-time parenthood and hope to return some day, or apply for the new Career Intermission Program which would allow her to leave the service for a few years with a guaranteed return to active duty. CIP

  • Warrior CARE event slated for Offutt Sept. 19-22

    The Air Force Wounded Warrior Program, in coordination with the 55th Wing, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, will host a Warrior CARE event Sept. 19-22. The CARE event provides seriously wounded, ill and injured military members, veterans and their caregivers focused and personalized service through

  • Nomination window open for 2017 Spirit of Hope Award

    Nominations for the 2017 Spirit of Hope Award will be accepted by the Air Force Personnel Center through Feb. 20. The award, named for comedian and actor Bob Hope, recognizes a military member, former military member, civilian or organization that epitomizes his values of duty, honor, courage,

  • AF opens enlisted RPA pilot program to all AFSCs

    Using a phased-application approach, Air Force senior leaders are casting a wider net to ensure more active-duty enlisted Airmen are eligible to apply for the service’s RQ-4 Global Hawk remotely piloted aircraft program, a Pentagon official said Aug. 29. The program expands the eligibility pool from

  • Air Force selects 16,506 for promotion to staff sergeant

    The Air Force has selected 16,506 senior airmen for promotion to staff sergeant of the 39,064 eligible. The overall selection rate was 42.25 percent, with an average selectee overall score of 360.88. Officials selected 2,318 Airmen with a Promote Now recommendation for 14.04 percent of the total

  • AFPC Assignments team visits Cannon

    Air Force Personnel Center career development professionals visited Cannon July 8-10 to share helpful information pertaining to assignments. The team hosted multiple briefings as well as one-on-one appointments to answer questions and speak about unique situations. “These events are very career

  • Air Force STEM scholarships available to college students

    Eric Wineman completed both his undergraduate and master’s degrees with no student loan debt and now works for the Air Force as an electronics engineer, courtesy of the Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholarship for Service Program. Part of the National Defense Education


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