AF selects 62 for intelligence leadership positions
By Debbie Gildea, Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs
/ Published February 11, 2014
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas (AFNS) --
Sixty-two majors have been matched to specific leadership positions within the intelligence community, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced.
Candidates were considered by the fall intelligence career field development team for director of operations, operations group/squadron intelligence and detachment commander positions, said Maj. Jeff Fries, the AFPC intelligence assignments officer.
Officers are vectored at various times throughout their careers to help them develop and prepare for positions of greater responsibility, Fries said. Development teams consider every aspect of an officer's career, including demonstrated leadership, professional and career development, leadership potential, and whole person factors.
"The intelligence field is critical to national defense, and officers selected for these leadership roles must be committed, focused and ready for the opportunity and responsibility inherent in the position," Fries said. "Selection for one of these positions is a significant step in an intelligence officer's career."
For more information about leadership and developmental opportunities and other personnel issues, visit the myPers website at https://mypers.af.mil
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