Salutes & Awards

June 22, 2012

Officials release technical sergeant promotion stats

Air Force officials selected 8,518 of 37,402 eligible staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant for a selection rate of 22.77 percent.

The average score for those selected was 321.94, with an average time in grade of 5.39 years and time in service of 10.58 years. Weighted factor averages included the following: 132.69 for enlisted performance reports, 5.59 for decorations, 75.37 for the promotion fitness exam and 55.39 for the specialty knowledge test.

The technical sergeant promotion list was released publicly 8 a.m., CDT, June 21 at www.afpc.af.mil and https://mypers.af.mil. Airmen will be able to access their score notices on the virtual MPF and the AF Portal.

Those selected for technical sergeant will be promoted beginning in August according to their promotion sequence number. As a reminder, the selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is no later than 10 days after the promotion release date. Personnel officials will notify airmen, via military personnel sections, if their selection is in question.

For more information on promotions or any other personnel related issue, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil.




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