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NEWS | Nov. 20, 2014

39 JBSA Senior MSgts. selected for top enlisted rank

By Joint Base San Antonio Public Affairs

Of the 2,525 senior master sergeants eligible for promotion to chief, 479 were selected for an 18.97 percent selection rate, Air Force Personnel Center officials announced Nov. 20.

Across Joint Base San Antonio, 39 senior master sergeants were selected for promotion to Chief. The selected senior master sergeants are listed below.

JBSA-Fort Sam Houston
Aubry Herrera
Justin Helin
Patrick Key

Jacob Campbell
Christopher Gradel
Lynn Barron
Timothy Bruton
Daniel McCain
Brandon English
Jayme Jackson
Michael Brown
Karen Blair
Scott Swanson
Robert Hopkins
Chad Houck
Anthony Blum
James Zimmer
Jennifer Anthony

JBSA-Lackland Kelly Field Annex
Jaime Capps

Richard Fountain
Victor Molina III
John Palmer
James Core Jr.
Leon Calloway
Lee Ishikawa
David Smith
Charles Acron
Jeremy Burdick
Alan Price
Demetrice Webb
Benjamin Odom
Steven West
Elaina Soluri
Anthony Fisher
Deitra Mathis
Christophe Mercado
Matthew Micklos
Brent Ames
Eric Loftus

To see the full selection list, go to the Air Force Portal, or myPers. Airmen will be able to access their score notices on the virtual military personnel flight and the Air Force Portal.

Enlisted promotions are based on weighted factors including time-in-grade, time-in-service, enlisted performance reports, medals, promotion fitness exam and skills knowledge test for staff through master sergeants and the U.S. Air Force supervisory examination for senior and chief master sergeants. For senior and chief master sergeants, selection board scores are also included.

The average score for those selected for chief master sergeant was 671.45, with an average time-in-grade of 3.21 years and time-in-service of 21.84 years. The average score for enlisted performance reports was 135. Average decorations score was 24.22, and the average Air Force Supervisory Exam score was 69.91. The average board score was 393.84.

Those selected will be promoted according to their promotion sequence number beginning in January. Selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is no later than 10 days after the promotion release date. Airmen will be notified if their selection is in question.

For more information about promotions and other personnel issues, visit the myPers website. Air Force retirees who do not have a myPers account can request access here,

(Information courtesy of Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs)