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Reserve taps 776 for promotion to major

DENVER (AFPN) -- Air Reserve Personnel Center officials here selected 776 captains for promotion to major, they announced March 25.

The officers were selected from the 2004 Air Force Reserve line and health professions major promotion selection boards held at the center Feb. 3 to 7.

Board members reviewed the records of 1,797 captains. The complete list of officers selected is available on the ARPC Web site at arpc.afrc.af.mil, under "Promotions."

Selective Reserve selection statistics for airmen in the promotion zone:

-- 223 line officers selected from 352 considered for a 63 percent rate.

-- one dental corps officer selected from three considered for a 33 percent rate.

-- 50 medical corps officers selected from 62 considered for an 81 percent rate.

-- 49 nurse corps officers selected from 75 considered for a 65 percent rate.

-- Three medical service corps officers selected from six considered for a 50 percent rate.

-- Five biomedical science corps officers selected from 15 considered for a 33 percent rate.

Selective Reserve selection statistics for airmen above the promotion zone:

-- 112 line officers selected from 294 considered for a 38 percent rate.

-- Two dental corps officers selected from four considered for a 50 percent rate.

-- Eight medical corps officers selected from 14 considered for a 57 percent rate.

-- 23 nurse corps officers selected from 53 considered for a 43 percent rate.

-- Three medical service corps officers selected from 11 considered for a 27 percent rate.

-- 10 biomedical science corps officers selected from 25 considered for a 40 percent rate.

Selective Reserve position vacancy selection statistics:

-- 129 line officers selected from 171 considered for a 75 percent rate.

-- No dental corps officers considered.

-- Seven medical corps officers selected from seven considered.

-- 31 nurse corps officers selected from 41 considered for a 76 percent rate.

-- 21 medical service corps officers selected from 28 considered for a 75 percent rate.

-- Eight biomedical science corps officers selected from 10 considered for an 80 percent rate.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics for airmen in the promotion zone:

-- 33 line officers selected from 412 considered for an 8 percent rate.

-- One dental corps officer selected from 18 considered for a 6 percent rate.

-- One medical corps officer selected from 14 considered for a 7 percent rate.

-- 14 nurse corps officers selected from 100 considered for a 14 percent rate.

-- Two medical service corps officers selected from 13 considered for a 15 percent rate.

-- Five biomedical science corps officers selected from 38 considered for a 13 percent rate.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics for airmen above the promotion zone:

-- 29 line officers selected from 96 considered for a 30 percent rate.

-- Two dental corps officers selected from 69 considered for a 3 percent rate.

-- Two medical corps officers selected from 32 considered for a 6 percent rate.

-- One nurse corps officer selected from 73 considered for a 1 percent rate.

-- No medical service corps officers selected from five considered.

-- One biomedical science corps officer selected from 56 considered for a 2 percent rate.

Promotion dates depend on the individual's date of rank and time in grade.

For more information, call the promotions board secretariat specialists at (303) 676-6351 or contact them via the Internet at http://arpc.afrc.af.mil.

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