At an Air Force Association breakfast Friday, the Secretary of the Air Force talked up the service's progress in ridding the service of outdated rules and procedures that burden Airmen. When she took office in May, Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson ordered a two-year review of the service's blizzard of instructions, policies and rules with the overall goal of eliminating the unnecessary ones. Since then, the Air Force has gotten rid of about 100 of the total of about 1,400 instructions, she said. For more details, see this Military.com article.
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