This report covers a brief back ground on prioritization plans and how they work. It summarizes the status of officer prioritizations plans across the following career fields: all rated, space, intelligence, aircraft maintenance, logistics, security forces, civil engineering, communications, acquisition, and contracting career fields as of 2005. These ten career fields make up more than 68% of the active duty line officer corps. The report contains utilization charts for each career field for Fiscal Year 2005. This report addresses several considerations of how the Air Force has utilized personnel when looking at authorized versus assigned data. It cites some historic overages and vacancies in both OCONUS and CONUS locations. By limiting overseas excesses, the Air Force could save over $18,000,000 in the next five years. It addresses some concepts of planned over manning at specific CONUS bases to provide greater efficiencies in AEF taskings and training. It addresses some limitations in providing adequate manning for the WFHQ. It also discusses the number of personnel assigned to positions outside their career field and it covers some considerations for how the Air Force should address future accessions, education, training, and experiences.
  • ISBN13: 9781249578550
  • Publisher: Biblioscholar
  • Pubilcation Year: 2012
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 00050
Publication DateOctober 2, 2012
Primary CategoryEducation/General

Refining the Utilization of Air Force Personnel in the 21st Century

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