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ARPC announces major, lieutenant colonel promotions

DENVER (AFPN) -- Air Reserve Personnel Center officials here announced results for the fiscal 2009 Air National Guard line and nonline lieutenant colonel and major and the fiscal 2009 Air Force Reserve chaplain and line of the Air Force-judge advocate major and lieutenant colonel promotion selection boards June 17. 

These boards selected 557 Airmen for promotion.

The selection boards convened at the center April 21 to determine those officers qualified to assume the next higher grade. Board members selected 495 of 644 Air National Guard officers considered and 62 of 208 Air Force Reserve officers considered.

A complete list of Airmen selected for promotion is available online for Air National Guard lieutenant colonels, Air National Guard majors, Reserve lieutenant colonels (mandatory), Reserve lieutenant colonels (position vacancy), Reserve majors (mandatory) and Reserve majors (position vacancy).

Categories considered during these promotion boards are: Air National Guard line, chaplain, dental corps, line of the Air Force-judge advocate, medical corps, nurse corps, medical service corps and biomedical sciences corps officers; and Air Force Reserve chaplain and line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers.

Air National Guard board results are:

Selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- 284 line officers were selected from 351 considered for an 81 percent selection rate. -- Two chaplains were selected from four considered for a 50 percent selection rate.
-- One dental corps officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- Four line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from six considered for a 67 percent selection rate.
-- Five medical corps officers were selected from seven considered for a 71 percent selection rate.
-- 19 nurse corps officers were selected from 23 considered for an 83 percent selection rate.
-- Six medical service corps officers were selected from six considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- Six biomedical sciences corps officers were selected from eight considered for a 75 percent selection rate.

To major:
-- 95 line officers were selected from 105 considered for a 90 percent selection rate.
-- Four chaplains were selected from four considered for a 100 percent selection rate..
-- One dental corps officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- One line of the Air Force-judge advocate officer was selected from three considered for a 33 percent selection rate.
-- Five medical corps officers were selected from eight considered for a 63 percent selection rate.
-- Seven nurse corps officers were selected from 11 considered for a 64 percent selection rate.
-- Two medical service corps officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- Two biomedical sciences corps officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

Selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- 38 line officers were selected from 78 considered for a 49 percent selection rate.
-- One chaplain was selected from two considered for a 50 percent selection rate.
-- No dental corps officers were considered.
-- No line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from one considered for a zero percent selection rate.
-- One medical corps officer was selected from four considered for a 25 percent selection rate.
-- One nurse corps officer was selected from four considered for a 25 percent selection rate.
-- No medical service corps officers were selected from two considered for a zero percent selection rate.
-- One biomedical sciences corps officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

To major:
-- Seven line officers were selected from eight considered for an 88 percent selection rate.
-- One line of the Air Force-judge advocate officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- One nurse corps officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.
-- No chaplains, dental corps, medical corps, medical service corps or biomedical sciences corps officers were considered.

Air Force Reserve board results are:

Participating selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- Two chaplains were selected from six considered for a 33 percent selection rate.
-- 18 line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 29 considered for a 62 percent selection rate. 

To major:
-- Seven chaplains were selected from 11 considered for a 64 percent selection rate.
-- 14 line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 19 considered for a 74 percent selection rate.

Participating selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- One chaplain was selected from four considered for a 25 percent selection rate.
-- Five line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 28 considered for an 18 percent selection rate.

To major:
-- One chaplain was selected from three considered for a 33 percent selection rate.
-- Five line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 10 considered for a 50 percent selection rate.

Nonparticipating selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- No chaplains were considered.
-- No line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from three considered for a zero percent selection rate.

To major:
-- One chaplain was selected from 10 considered for a 10 percent selection rate.
-- No line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 53 considered for a zero percent selection rate.

Nonparticipating selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To lieutenant colonel:
-- No chaplains were considered.
-- No line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from one considered for a zero percent selection rate.

To major:
-- No chaplains were selected from one considered for a zero percent selection rate.
-- No line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from 14 considered for a zero percent selection rate.

Selection statistics position vacancy: 

To lieutenant colonel:
-- One chaplain was selected from four considered for a 25 percent selection rate.
-- Two line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from four considered for a 50 percent selection rate.

To major:
-- Three chaplains were selected from six considered for a 50 percent selection rate.
-- Two line of the Air Force-judge advocate officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

Promotion effective dates are based on the Airman's time in grade. Projected effective dates will be posted on the ARPC Web site at http://arpc.afrc.af.mil.

For more information, call promotions board secretariat specialists at 800-525-0102 or DSN 926-6528, or e-mail them at arpc.dpbbdl@arpc.denver.af.mil

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