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  • Spread the Word briefings now available online

    Spread the Word briefings, delivered during the National Capital Region Air Force Reserve Assembly in May, are now available on the HQ ARPC YouTube channel. The Spread the Word program provides Total Force members access to subject matter experts from HQ Air Reserve Personnel Center, Buckley AFB, Colorado, to discuss topics impacting Airmen at
  • Air Force launches year-long leader, supervisor development campaign

    On April 1, the Department of the Air Force launched The Leaders and Supervisors We Need, a year-long development campaign designed to improve the efficiency and accessibility of supervisory training and resources for all leaders, ranging from first-time supervisors to experienced senior management officials.
  • Leaders from across the Air Force gather to discuss force development advancement

    Airmen from all major commands, joined stakeholders from Headquarters Air Force, the U.S. Air Force Academy, Air Force Warfighting Integration Capability and the Air National Guard to collaborate on force development efforts within their respective areas and across the Air Force.
  • HQ ARPC announces CYl9B Reserve School Selection Board results

    Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center released the results of the Calendar Year 19B Reserve School Selection Board (RSSB) Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2019 at 1 p.m. MST.The selection board convened at the center July 15-18,2019, to match selected members to their respective schools based upon the needs of the Air Force Reserve and consideration for the
  • AF civilian tuition assistance increases course limits

    Air Force officials have raised the course limit for civilian tuition assistance from one course per semester or quarter to two courses for fiscal year 2018.
  • Civilian developmental education helps grow tomorrow’s leaders

    Shelli Dunn said she fondly remembers her recent experiences at Squadron Officer School, especially one particular exercise called Project X.
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