- Out of Balance Workforce Could Impact Future Readiness. Hiller, Cynthia // Program Manager;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p102
Reports that the civilian workforce which is not meeting the United States Air Force needs and its implications on readiness problems, according to Air Force officials. Issues facing the Air Force civilian workforce; Decline in the number of employees; Effect of reductions due to changes in...
- Airman Update. // Airman;Oct99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p16
Focuses on several issues concerning the United States Air Force as of October 1999. Information on the Weighted Airman Promotion System Catalog; Funding for the General George S. Brown Spouse Tuition Assistance Program; Retirement savings and investment plan for federal civilian employees.
- Gloria's Gift. Barela, Tim // Airman;Oct99, Vol. 43 Issue 10, p24
Features Gloria Leonarduzzi, a United States Air Force civilian who works as a 31st Supply Squadron mission support supervisor at Aviano Air Base, Italy. Information on her works for the people in the Bosnian and Kosovo refugee camps in Slovenia; Leonarduzzi's dreams for the refugees.
- General litigation. // Reporter;Sep98, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p23
Looks at the debate surrounding the rights of Guard-Technicians or federal Air Force Army civilians to file employment discrimination claims pursuant to Title VII. Provisions of the National Guard Technician Act of 1968; Reference made to the First Circuit Court of Appeals decision in the case...
- Civilian retirement open season offers plan options. // Airman;Aug98, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p17
Announces the United States Air Force's move to allow Civilian Department of Defense employees enrolled in the Civil Service Retirement System to transfer to the Federal Employees Retirement System during `open season.' Start of the open season in 1998; Background on the policy; Assistance...
- AFPC adds civilians to interactive demographic package. // Airman;Jul98, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p17
Reports that the Air Force Personnel Center in Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas has updated its World Wide Web interactive demographics package by adding details on civilians serving in the US Air Force. Services provided by the Web site; Average hits per week of the Web site.
- History's Strangest D Day. Sommers, Martin // Saturday Evening Post;4/3/1948, Vol. 220 Issue 40, p12
The article looks at the use of the Lagens Field in Azores as a base by the U.S. Air Force according to an agreement with Portugal. Colonel John W. Warren, a veteran pilot, leads around 85 officers and 300 enlisted men. There are civilian employees of the Department of the Air Force with two...
- AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT INVESTIGATIONS: IMPROVING AND PROTECTING THE PROCESS. Clark, George P. // Reporter;Mar2001, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p14
Proposes that the United States Air Force employ civilian investigating officers to head the agency's Safety and Accident Investigation Boards (AIB). Difficulties involved in appointing civilian investigators as AIB presidents; Public criticism of the Air Force Investigative system; Training...
- Pacific Pay Wagon. Koury, Phil // Saturday Evening Post;4/7/1945, Vol. 217 Issue 41, p6
Reports on the start of the distribution of payments to U.S. Navy-employed civilians in the Philippines. Establishment of the ambulatory disbursing office called Mobile Personnel and Settlement Unit; Plans of the mobile to go to Guam to take care of the civil service employees on the island;...