Air Force Identifies 7,501 for Promotion to Technical Sergeant
The U.S. Air Force has selected over 7,500 staff sergeants selected for promotion to technical sergeant.
Navy Identifies 3682 Sailors for Promotion to Chief Petty Officer
The U.S. Navy has selected more than 3500 sailors for promotion to chief petty officer.
Air Force Taps 16,500 Senior Airmen for Promotion to Staff Sergeant
The Air Force has selected more than 16,500 senior airmen for promotion to staff sergeant.
Army Selects 416 Officers for Promotion to Major, Lieutenant Colonel
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Army Identifies 169 Reserve Medical Officers for Promotion to Colonel
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Army Identifies 512 Reserve Medical Officers for Promotion to Lt. Col.
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Army Names 2,749 Soldiers for Promotion to Sergeant, Staff Sergeant
The U.S. Army on Thursday identified over 2700 officers for promotion to the ranks of lieutenant sergeant and staff sergeant.
Air Force Names 1,447 for Promotion to Major, Lt. Colonel, Colonel
The Air Force has identified 1,447 officers for promotion to major, lieutenant colonel and colonel.
Air Force Identifies 497 Officers for Promotion to Colonel
The U.S. Air Force announced on Friday it had identified 497 airmen for promotion to colonel.
Air Force Identifies 489 for Promotion to Captain
The U.S. Air Force has selected almost 500 officers for promotion to captain.
Air Force Reserve Names 984 for Promotion to Captain, 1st Lieutenant
The Air Reserve Personnel Center has identified 984 officers for promotion to captain and first lieutenant.
Army Reserve Identifies 595 NCOs for Advancement
The Army Reserve on Thursday named almost 600 noncommissioned officers for advancement to the ranks of sergeant first class,...
Army Names Almost 500 Officers for Promotion to Colonel
The U.S. Army on Tuesday identified almost 500 officers for promotion to the rank of colonel.
Army Selects 472 NCOs for Promotion to Sergeant Major
The U.S. Army has announced it had identified almost 500 service members for promotion to the rank of sergeant major.
Army Identifies 1477 Officers for Promotion to Major
The U.S. Army on Wednesday identified almost 1500 officers for promotion to the rank of major.
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