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Officials announce E-8 selection stats

By Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs Office | Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs Office | March 4, 2010

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas — Air Force officials selected 1,269 of 13,741 eligible master sergeants for promotion to senior master sergeant for a selection rate of 9.24 percent.

The average score for those selected was 665.85, with an average time in grade of 4.38 years and an average time in service of 20.2 years, respectively. The average score was based on the following point averages: 135 for enlisted performance reports, 21.30 for decorations, 61.47 for the Air Force supervisory examination and 394.06 board score.

The senior master sergeant promotion was released today at 8 a.m. CST on the Air Force Personnel Center's public Web site and "Ask" site, naming 26 Randolph Airmen as senior master sergeant promotees.

Airmen can access their score notices at the same time on the virtual Military Personnel Flight and the Air Force Portal, and those selected for senior master sergeant will be promoted according to their promotion sequence number beginning in April 2010.

As a reminder, selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is no later than 10 days after the promotion release date. AFPC officials will notify Airmen through their military personnel sections if their selection is in question.

Those selected from Randolph AFB are:

Air Education and Training Command
Sharon Bedford
Nickolis Breyer
Russell Buxton
Thomas De La Riva
Montez Jones
Scott Lassiter
Victor Mack
James McMurdy
Joseph Robbins
Craig Straw

Air Force Personnel Center
Mary Anne Church
John Crawford
Lachanda Crowell
Diane Hotaling
Dale Ivie
Cati Johnson-Roscoe
Kimberly Perreira
Damon Smith
Elaina Soluri

Air Force Recruiting Service
James Black
Rodney Daily
Jerome Fletcher
Monty Mitchell
Jeffery Morris

Air Force Services Agency
Dale Filsell

12th Flying Training Wing
James Henry

The promotion release using the Web is one of the many technological initiatives AFPC has taken to effectively deliver personnel services, allowing Airmen around the world 24-hour access.

For more information, visit the enlisted promotions page on the AFPC "Ask" Web site or call the Total Force Service Center at (800) 525-0102.
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