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Officials release Reserve, Guard promotions

DENVER (AFPN) -- Air Reserve Personnel Center officials here announced the fiscal 2004 major and lieutenant colonel promotion selection board results July 1. The results were for Air National Guard line and nonline officers and Air Force Reserve judge advocate general officers and chaplains. The boards selected 427 officers for promotion.

A selection board convened at the center April 22 to 26 to determine those officers qualified to assume the next higher grade. Board members reviewed the records of more than 713 Guard and Reserve officers.

Guard results:

Selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- 104 line officers were selected from 133 considered for a 78 percent select rate.

-- One chaplain was selected from three considered for a 33 percent select rate.

-- Two dental corps officers were selected from two considered.

-- No judge advocate general officers were considered.

-- One medical corps officer was selected from one considered.

-- Six nurse corps officers were selected from six considered.

-- No medical service corps officers were considered.

-- Four biomedical science corps officers were selected from four considered.

To lieutenant colonel

-- 174 line officers were selected from 257 considered for a 68 percent select rate.

-- Six chaplain officers were selected from nine considered for a 67 percent select rate.

-- Two judge advocate general officers were selected from three considered for a 67 percent select rate.

-- No dental corps officers were considered.

-- Three medical corps officers were selected from four considered for a 75 percent select rate.

-- Six nurse corps officers were selected from nine considered for a 67 percent select rate.

-- Two medical service corps officers were selected from three considered for a 67 percent select rate.

-- Two biomedical science corps officers were selected from four considered for a 50 percent select rate.

Selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- 16 line officers were selected from 17 considered for a 94 percent select rate.

-- No nurse corps officer was selected from one considered.

-- No chaplain, dental corps, medical corps or biomedical science corps officers were considered.

-- No medical service corps officers were selected from one considered.

-- One judge advocate general officer was selected from two considered for a 50 percent select rate.

To lieutenant colonel

-- 19 line officers were selected from 53 considered for a 36 percent select rate.

-- One chaplain was selected from two considered for a 50 percent select rate.

-- One judge advocate general officer was selected from one considered.

-- No dental corps or medical service corps officers were considered.

-- One nurse corps officer was selected from two considered for a 50 percent select rate.

-- One biomedical science corps officer was selected from one considered.

Reserve results:

Selective Reserve selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- Four chaplains were selected from four considered.

-- 18 judge advocate general officers were selected from 22 considered for an 82 percent select rate.

To lieutenant colonel

-- 13 chaplains were selected from 17 considered for a 76 percent select rate.

-- 21 judge advocate general officers were selected from 26 considered for a 81 percent select rate.

Selective Reserve selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- No chaplain was selected from one considered.

-- Three judge advocate general officers were selected from nine considered for a 33 percent select rate.

To lieutenant colonel

-- Two chaplains were selected from 13 considered for a 15 percent select rate.

-- Two judge advocate general officers were selected from 18 considered for an 11 percent select rate.

Selective Reserve position vacancy selection statistics:

To major

-- One chaplain was selected from one considered.

-- One judge advocate general officer was selected from two considered for a 50 percent select rate.

To lieutenant colonel

-- Two chaplains were selected from two considered.

-- Six judge advocate general officers were selected from 10 considered for a 60 percent select rate.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics in-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- One chaplain was selected from three considered for a 33 percent select rate.

-- No judge advocate general officers were selected from 24 considered.

To lieutenant colonel

-- No judge advocate general officers were selected from three considered.

-- No chaplains were considered.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics above-the-promotion zone:

To major

-- No chaplains were selected from three considered.

-- No judge advocate general officers were selected from 35 considered.

To lieutenant colonel

-- No chaplains were considered.

-- No judge advocate general officer were selected from two considered.

Promotion effective dates are dependent on the individual’s date of rank and time in grade. (Courtesy of ARPC News Service)

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