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ARPC announces colonel promotions

DENVER (AFPN) -- The Air Reserve Personnel Center here announced Jan. 9 the 2003 Air Force Reserve colonel promotion selection board results that selected 229 officers for promotion.

The list of officers selected is available on the ARPC Web site at arpc.afrc.af.mil under "Promotions."

A selection board convened at the center in October, and board members reviewed the records of more than 1,660 lieutenant colonels.

The results of the fiscal 2003 board are:

Selective Reserve selection statistics in the promotion zone:

-- 82 line officers selected from 311 considered for a 26 percent rate.

-- Two chaplain officers selected from seven considered for a 29 percent rate.

-- No dental corps officers selected from seven considered.

-- Four judge advocate general officers selected from 20 considered for a 20 percent rate.

-- Three medical corps officers selected from 25 considered for a 12 percent rate.

-- 15 nurse corps officers selected from 46 considered for a 33 percent rate.

-- Five medical service corps officers selected from 16 considered for a 31 percent rate.

-- Three biomedical science corps officers selected from 12 considered for a 25 percent rate.

Selective Reserve selection statistics above the promotion zone:

-- 74 line officers selected from 665 considered for an 11 percent rate.

-- Two chaplain officers selected from 17 considered for a 12 percent rate.

-- Four dental corps officers selected from 36 considered for an 11 percent rate.

-- Six judge advocate general officers selected from 68 considered for a 9 percent rate.

-- 10 medical corps officers selected from 117 considered for a 9 percent rate.

-- Eight nurse corps officers selected from 109 considered for a 7 percent rate.

-- Three medical service corps officers selected from 16 considered for a 19 percent rate.

-- Three biomedical science corps officers selected from 40 considered for an 8 percent rate.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics in the promotion zone:

-- No line officers selected from 38 considered.

-- No chaplain officers considered.

-- No dental corps officers considered.

-- No judge advocate general officers selected from one considered.

-- No medical corps officers selected from four considered.

-- No nurse corps officers considered.

-- No medical service corps officers considered.

-- One biomedical science corps officer selected from two considered for a 50 percent rate.

Other than Selective Reserve selection statistics above the promotion zone:

-- Two line officers selected from 76 considered for a 3 percent rate.

-- No chaplain officers considered.

-- One dental corps officer selected from five considered for a 20 percent rate.

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

-- One medical corps officer selected from 21 considered for a 5 percent rate.

-- No nurse corps officers selected from five considered.

-- No medical service corps officers considered.

-- No biomedical science corps officers selected from one considered.

"Other than Selective Reserve" officers are those assigned in the Standby Reserve or Individual Ready Reserves.

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

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