Military News

Friday, July 16, 2010

News service keeps Airmen informed

By Staff Sgt. Steve Grever
Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – An electronic news service featuring the latest Air Force manpower, personnel and services information is available to help Airmen make informed decisions about their Air Force careers.

More than 15,000 members subscribe to the Manpower, Personnel and Services News Service, however Air Force leadership encourages all Airmen to subscribe to ensure they keep aware of key program updates, initiatives and other news from the Air Force Personnel Center, Air Force Manpower Agency and Air Force Services Agency.

“One of the best ways to stay current on Air Force personnel, manpower and services programs is through this news service,” said Paige Hughes, AFPC, AFMA and AFSVA chief of public affairs. “It allows subscribers to receive timely e-mails with the latest news releases and articles related to a variety of Air-Force level programs that affect many aspects of Airmen’s lives.”

Over the past six months, the news service has been used to distribute vital information on force management updates, civilian employment and career development opportunities, Air Force-level awards and the new fitness program. To subscribe, visit the Air Force “subscribe” Web page at www.af.mil/subscribe and click the radio button next to “Manpower, Personnel, and Services News.” Then, enter your name and e-mail address to complete the subscription form.

For more information visit the AFPC website at http://www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/

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