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Press Releases

  • Personnel Center to deployers: Don't leave without your guide

    Most Air Force members being deployed to a foreign country have little knowledge of the culture they'll work in for the next four to 12 months. They don't know a Hijab from an Abaya or a Dishdasha from a Gutra. How many times a day can you say hello to someone in Kyrgystan? Why can't you eat with

  • Applicants sought for attache duty

    The Air Force is accepting applications until Dec. 7, 2007 from senior captains, majors and lieutenant colonels to fill 18 air attache positions reporting June 2009 through August 2011. Officers selected for attache duty will attend training during the period of April 2008 to January 2009. An

  • AF seeks 10 enlisted for AFIT degree program

    Air Force Institute of Technology officials are offering 10 noncommissioned officers the opportunity to pursue an advanced science, engineering or management degree at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Ten NCOs from around the Air Force will be selected in February 2008 to attend the

  • AF's formal training to centralize at AFPC

    Scheduling of all Air Force directed formal training historically accomplished by major command personnel and manpower directorates is being centralized at the Air Force Personnel Center here to streamline services and make maximum use of Air Force resources. Formal training includes all Air

  • AF announces virtual selections to chief master sergeant

    For the first time, 416 senior master sergeants will soon learn of their promotion to chief master sergeant online as the Air Force moves to virtual promotions notification. The complete select list will be available Nov. 14 at 8 a.m. on the Air Force Personnel Center public Web site at

  • Partnership offers Airmen 'better business' support

    Building on the service's efforts to educate Airmen on consumer-related issues, the Air Force began an official partnership with the Council of Better Business Bureaus recently. The partnership encourages Airmen and their families to use the bureau's free programs, services and materials while

  • Personnel Center public Web site joins AFLINK Nov. 2

    The Air Force Personnel Center's new public Web site, www.afpc.randolph.af.mil, will go live as part of Air Force Link, the official Web site of the U.S. Air Force on Nov. 2. The public site will feature AFPC mission information of interest to the general public along with information on civilian

  • Open season begins Nov. 12 for civilian benefits programs

    The Office of Personnel Management has announced an open season will be held Nov. 12 through Dec. 10 for three civilian benefit programs. The three programs are the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program, the Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Program, and the Federal Flexible Spending

  • Service demographics offer snapshot of force

    The Air Force Personnel Center here recently published its demographics report offering a snapshot of the service's active-duty and civilian force, as of Sept. 30. More information can be found at the center's analysis branch website: http://wwa.afpc.randolph.af.mil/demographics/. Statistics are

  • Officers, civilians selected for developmental education

    More than 950 officers and civilians were recently selected to attend intermediate and senior developmental education programs during the academic 2008-09 year, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced. The list of primaries and alternates will be posted to the Air Force Portal, force