AFPC career roadshow to visit Whiteman AFB

The Air Force Personnel Center will be visiting Whiteman Air Force Base Aug. 14, as part of a roadshow to inform Airmen and answer questions regarding personnel actions, assignments and hiring. The team will host three town halls—one tailored for the needs of enlisted Airmen, one for officers and one for civilian employees. They will also meet with 509th Force Support Squadron senior leaders to ensure the personnel enterprise is synced and effective. (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Tech. Sgt. Alexander W. Riedel)

The Air Force Personnel Center will be visiting Whiteman Air Force Base Aug. 14, as part of a roadshow to inform Airmen and answer questions regarding personnel actions, assignments and hiring. The team will host three town halls—one tailored for the needs of enlisted Airmen, one for officers and one for civilian employees. They will also meet with 509th Force Support Squadron senior leaders to ensure the personnel enterprise is synced and effective. (U.S. Air Force Graphic by Tech. Sgt. Alexander W. Riedel)

WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. --

The Air Force Personnel Center will be visiting Whiteman Air Force Base Aug. 14, as part of a roadshow to inform Airmen and answer questions regarding personnel actions, assignments and hiring.

The team will host three town halls—one tailored for the needs of enlisted Airmen, one for officers and one for civilian employees. They will also meet with 509th Force Support Squadron senior leaders to ensure the personnel enterprise is synced and effective.

The AFPC experts are prepared to discuss a variety of topics that can affect Airmen and their families—and, critically, will be ready to engage directly with Team Whiteman and give them the information they personally need.

All members of Team Whiteman are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity and to learn more about the administrative functions of the Air Force so they can advocate for their own careers and properly mentor their subordinates and wingmen.

“This a fantastic opportunity for our team to become more informed and better shape their careers,” said Col. Jeffrey Schreiner, 509th Bomb Wing Commander. “I want Whiteman Warriors to take the time to attend these town halls and ask hard questions.”

The town hall schedule for Aug. 14 is:

- 9:45 a.m. : Enlisted Town Hall at the Base Theater
- 12:30 p.m. : Officer Town Hall at Ford Auditorium, PDC
- 2:10 p.m. : Civilian Airmen Town Hall at Ford Auditorium, PDC

Visit www.afpc.af.mil for more information.

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