AFI 36-2604 PDF

Supersedes AFI , 1 July Pages: Distribution: F. This instruction explains how to compute service dates and dates of rank and. AFI , Reserve of the Air Force Officer Promotions (formerly AFR AFI , Service Dates and Dates of Rank (formerly AFR ). Force Instruction (AFI) , Air Force Privacy Act Program, . Advises students and explains changes to AFI , Service Dates and.

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This includes promotion testing, consideration for promotion if tests are on file, or for previous selects who become ineligible. Any command level may deny promotion for unit members and recruiters when the promotion authority is not the immediate commander. Handles score notices according to paragraph 2. Training periods the airman was paid in the higher grade, if applicable. Royal Air Force Formation. Are nonweighable, had a change to the weighted data elements see Table 2.

This instruction requires the collection and maintenance of information protected by the Privacy Act of Promoting Airmen in Missing Status Individuals will show, or on request, provide a Privacy Act Statement prior to collecting personal information. Mandatory emy course 2 EPR add, remove, or make significant change 3 academic education show increased academic level Optional see note 3 4 5 decoration correct academic specialty change year of completion not authorized.

Processes the promotion eligibility rosters prior to UTA completion. Receive quotas and promote at unit level; however, host wing commander may require all units under their command not tenant units to nominate to the 36-6204.

Divide that sum by the sum of the time weighted factors added together for the promotion performance factor However, those personnel in retraining or upgrade training may qualify for a PAFSC skill-level waiver if they could afu had the appropriate skill level by PECD had the current training not been interrupted.

Copy of promotion order. If extenuating circumstances exist, request reinstatement in accordance with paragraph 3. 36-6204 the strength exceeds the allowed number, then suspend the promotion to that grade. Lines through the IMAs or participating IRR names not recommended for promotion and briefly states the reasons for nonrecommendation. This is regardless if they are eligible to compete for promotion or not. Written nonrecommendations are not required for airmen otherwise ineligible according to Table 1.


When there is not an SKT for the specialty, then all airmen in that AFSC compete for promotion together, regardless of their training status i. Airmen may decline a afk in writing any time prior to the effective date.

The airman must meet eligibility requirements as of the last day of the month prior to the promotion month. Who Announces Promotion Dates and Quotas: The AFPC commander deputy director in the commander’s absence determines promotion for these airmen.

If discovered after selections are announced, request supplemental BTZ consideration according 36-260 paragraph 2.

AFI 36-2502

PES 4 code I. A member who is promoted to TSgt and who has a high year tenure HYT date may voluntarily elect to serve a maximum of 6 months time-in-grade.

Demote eliminated airmen to their former grades per AFI and then promote them to the highest grades entitled effective the day following demotions. Initiate nonrecommendation and removal action when necessary.

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TSgt selectees may request, in writing, an HYT adjustment in order to serve a maximum of 6 months as a TSgt from the promotion effective date. Commanders of large units units with 7 or more eligibles: The authorities to collect and maintain the records outlined in this instruction are Title 10, United States Code U. Members must meet the promotion eligibility criteria listed below 4.

Do not promote airmen with PSNs after program entry; place memorandums in their records to show selected grade, cycle, and PSN.

The airman is notified of the error, in writing, and is informed not to assume the new grade until HQ AFPC confirms the selection status. A bar indicates revision from the previous edition. 36-22604 publishes promotion orders for those with a.


SSgts test and compete for promotion to TSgt if they have a 5-skill level as of PECD; however, 36-264 must have a 7-skill level before promotion. The immediate commander promotes grades Amn through MSgt. Repeat this step for each report.

Annotates the reasons for nonselection and the ineligibility period not to exceed 6 months. Distributes computer generated DVRs to eligible airmen so they can review the data used in the promotion selection process. Remove BTZ selectees from a selection list and inform them they remain ineligible until fully qualified see paragraph 2.

Meet all requirements in Table 2. Members must meet the promotion eligibility criteria listed below. Airmen whose promotion was withheld and later changed to a deferral will receive a DOR and effective date as the 1st day of the month after termination of the deferral period. ARPC monitors monthly the authorized strength in a particular grade projected to exceed the allowed number. In such cases, airmen become selectees without supplemental board evaluation.

Verifies and authenticates the master promotion eligibility roster, updates the personnel data system as indicated on the roster, and publishes orders see paragraph 4.

Advise airmen not to assume the grade when data verification discovers missing or erroneous data. Promotion Authority may waive this requirement with appropriate justification annotated on the promotion roster s. Commanders will ensure airmen who are returned to their unit after being in an MIA or captured status retain their rank as an overage, or are assigned to another position in the higher grade.

Decoration point value is based on order of precedence.

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