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zmoney last won the day on January 25 2016

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  1. ICAO definition of accident: https://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/Accident Incident: https://www.skybrary.aero/index.php/Serious_Incident
  2. Nunya, you captured our frustration extremely well. I agree, the video resonated with me and why I joined. Unfortunately, my last few years on AD weren’t like the video. They’re exactly as you described. So I quit.
  3. Thread bump. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/18/trump-orders-establishment-space-force-as-6th-branch-military.html
  4. According to this article, the primary reason for the change in promotion opportunity was to boost LAF FGO manning. It also had the secondary effects of “reinforcing trust and confidence in squadron leadership” and “reducing administrative burdens on squadron commanders.” So this *was* an attempt to empower commanders. As far as the mess up, I’d say it lies with the authority who decided to scrub the records at the HAF. Unless SRs neglected to submit a PRF for individuals with an “Article 15, court-martial, referral report, or letter of reprimand,” I think the scrub was unnecessary. Even if they had neglected to submit such PRFs, the scrub was probably unnecessary. I haven’t heard of anyone rescrubbing the records of LTs promoting to Captain. I’m sure some SRs neglect to submit PRFs for them when they have negative indicators. Why don’t they rescrub those records? Is it because a Major has more authority? Maybe. Maybe the original reason for the change is no longer a problem? If FGO manning is now healthy, maybe the bosses decided they wanted to execute the old way. In the end, nobody knows the specifics on why the release got delayed. Hopefully leadership steps up and tells everyone why.
  5. Sure is. I saw a similar post on FB that wasn't on .mil and I confused the two. My mistake.
  6. Until I see it from a .mil website, I remain skeptical.
  7. I could be wrong, but I think "100% Promotion Opportunity" is how we promote 1st Lieutenants and Captains. In other words, the board meets only to review the records of those who might not be "Fully Qualified"--meaning those who have received a DNP or have a UIF. When everyone meets the board, they're only promoting those who are "Best Qualified." Bottom line, unless I'm wrong, this means that unless you receive a DNP or have a UIF (or some other unfavorable report), you won't even meet the board--you're promoted.
  8. https://mypers.af.mil/app/answers/detail/a_id/34476 Direct link to the AvB PSDM (CAC Required).
  9. You'll want that done. Most units like to hire folks whose records can at least promote to major. Without PDE, you'll be virtually unable to promote. Caveat: I'm active duty. I know folks on the reserve/guard side and this is what I've heard from them.
  10. Reading the article, I got the sense that the CSAF wants to reduce my ability to find civilian airline employment.
  11. I got mine from the Pops website. Like others have said, you'll pay a premium, but it's worth it. I had my brother-in-law take the measurements as instructed on the site and a few weeks later I had my custom jacket. If you can't get there in person, the website is a good substitute.
  12. It was in a Guidance Memorandum published to AFI 36-2301. The memo seems to have disappeared though... probably expired and was removed. That probably wasn't intentional, but that's probably what happened.
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