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The Air Force Rated Preparatory Program provides qualified Airmen interested in cross-training to an Air Force rated career field the opportunity to gain and strengthen basic aviation skills. 
Program participants receive self-paced ground training, approximately eight flight hours in a Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182 Skylane, and additional training in FAA-certified simulators—helping them become more competitive for rated selection boards.
The Air Force Rated Preparatory Program provides qualified Airmen interested in cross-training to an Air Force rated career field the opportunity to gain and strengthen basic aviation skills. 
Program participants receive self-paced ground training, approximately eight flight hours in a Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182 Skylane, and additional training in FAA-certified simulators—helping them become more competitive for rated selection boards.
The Air Force Rated Preparatory Program (RPP) provides qualified Airmen interested in cross-training to an Air Force rated career field the opportunity to gain and strengthen basic aviation skills. Program participants receive self-paced ground training, approximately eight flight hours in a Civil Air Patrol Cessna 182 Skylane, and additional training in FAA-certified simulators—helping them become more competitive for rated selection boards. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Lino M. Espinoza, Jr.)
The changes in the Enlisted Evaluation System introduce a new Promotion Recommendation Score, which places value on the experience of Airmen and sustained performance when it comes to promotions. Additionally, the “Not Ready Now” recommendation will no longer receive promotion points and the “Do Not Promote” recommendation will be eliminated. These changes will impact senior airmen and staff sergeants who are promotion eligible beginning with the 22E6 promotion cycle. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
The changes in the Enlisted Evaluation System introduce a new Promotion Recommendation Score, which places value on the experience of Airmen and sustained performance when it comes to promotions. Additionally, the “Not Ready Now” recommendation will no longer receive promotion points and the “Do Not Promote” recommendation will be eliminated. These changes will impact senior airmen and staff sergeants who are promotion eligible beginning with the 22E6 promotion cycle. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
The changes in the Enlisted Evaluation System introduce a new Promotion Recommendation Score, which places value on the experience of Airmen and sustained performance when it comes to promotions. Additionally, the “Not Ready Now” recommendation will no longer receive promotion points and the “Do Not Promote” recommendation will be eliminated. These changes will impact senior airmen and staff sergeants who are promotion eligible beginning with the 22E6 promotion cycle. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
The changes in the Enlisted Evaluation System introduce a new Promotion Recommendation Score, which places value on the experience of Airmen and sustained performance when it comes to promotions. Additionally, the “Not Ready Now” recommendation will no longer receive promotion points and the “Do Not Promote” recommendation will be eliminated. These changes will impact senior airmen and staff sergeants who are promotion eligible beginning with the 22E6 promotion cycle. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
The COVID-19 vaccine has been mandated across the Department of Defense and despite its demonstrated effectiveness and safety, a host of myths have left some Airmen and Guardians hesitant to receive it. While social media posts and some news outlets may make it harder to keep up with what is fact or fiction, the science is clear … approved COVID-19 vaccines work. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
Alaskan Command Shield
The Department of Defense has announced Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson as a winner of the 2020 Commander in Chief's Annual Award for Installation Excellence. Team JBER plans to use the award money for quality of life improvements across the installation.
Air Force Senior Airman Alaina Armentrout poses for the camera with Denali in the background, January 30, 2020 at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. Armentrout is assigned to the 381st Intelligence Squadron as a cryptologic language analyst.
Project Healing Hearts
Project Healing Hearts
Army National Guard Soldiers can take part in an Army-wide program allowing to obtain civilian, industry-specific credentials and certifications, beginning in January 2020.
3rd Wing 100th Anniversary graphic.
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, provides preventive avenues to active duty members and National Guard and Reserve members on active duty status who may be struggling with alcohol or substance abuse. The program strives to help individuals receive treatment and prevention services for substance abuse, as well as decrease stigma associated with it.
The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment program at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, provides preventive avenues to active duty members and National Guard and Reserve members on active duty status who may be struggling with alcohol or substance abuse. The program strives to help individuals receive treatment and prevention services for substance abuse, as well as decrease stigma associated with it.
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