Active duty Air Force line officers interested in applying for the Financial Management Leadership Program (FMLP) should ensure their application packages reach the Air Force Personnel Center by Jan. 13. The FMLP is a four-year program that provides non-finance officers the opportunity to gain leadership experience as comptroller squadron commanders. With the exception of rated officers and financial management officers, the program is open to all line officers in the 2003-2007 year groups who possess an undergraduate or graduate degree in business, accounting, economics or financial management. Interested officers can obtain more information on the myPers 65XX officer assignments page. For more information on Air Force personnel programs, visit the myPers website.
AF Offers Financial Leadership Program
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