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    2. Overview Review Of EES PFW EPR Enlisted Career Progression System EPR Objective Requirements Explanation of Forms Used Referral EPRs

    3. Overview (Cont.) Enlisted Career Progression System Objective High Year of Tenure Promotion Methods Fully Qualified WAPS/STEP Whole Person Concept Responsibilities as an Officer

    4. Enlisted Evaluation System PFW: Designed to provide Airmen with honest, periodic feedback so they’ll know what the Air Force and their supervisors expect. EPR: Designed to provide an official record of performance as viewed by officials in the rating chain who are closest to the actual work environment.

    5. Enlisted Evaluation System (cont.) Enlisted Career Progression System: Designed to provide the rank/grade commensurate with each position’s responsibility and leadership requirement.

    6. Enlisted Performance Reports (EPR) Objective: Provides an official record of performance as viewed by officials in the rating chain who are closest to the actual work environment.

    7. REQUIREMENTS FOR EPRs Who? All enlisted members SrA thru CMSgt. A1C and below if they have 20 months or more of Total Active Federal Military Service (TAFMS). When? Annually if no changes during reporting cycle (change in reporting official, PCS, PCA, etc.) After a change during the reporting cycle when there has been 120 days or more of supervision.

    8. Forms Used AF Form 910, Enlisted Performance Report - Used for Airman Basic (AB) through Technical Sergeant (TSgt) AF Form 911, Senior Enlisted Performance Report - Used for Master Sergeant (MSgt) through Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt)

    15. AF Form 911

    19. REFERRAL EPR Criteria A rating in the far left block of any performance factor in section III of either the AF Form 910 or 911. A promotion recommendation of “1 - Not recommended for promotion” in section IV of AF Form 910 or 911. Comments that refer to behavior not meeting minimal acceptable standards of performance, personal conduct, character, or integrity.

    20. REFERRAL EPR cont. Procedures The ratee must be notified by the rater, before signing the EPR, if the EPR is a referral. The ratee then has the opportunity to provide written comments (no more than 10 pages) to attach to the referral EPR.

    21. INTERIM SUMMARY Overview of EES PFW EPR Career Progression System Enlisted Performance Reports Objective Requirements Forms Used Referral EPRs

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    23. Career Progression System Objective To provide the rank/grade commensurate with each position’s responsibility and leadership requirement

    24. Enlisted Career Progression System (Continued) High Year Tenure (HYT) E-4 (SrA) 12 Years of Service E-5 (SSgt) 20 Years of Service E-6 (TSgt) 24 Years of Service E-7 (MSgt) 26 Years of Service E-8 (SMSgt) 28 Years of Service E-9 (CMSgt) 30 Years of Service

    25. Enlisted Promotion System E-2 (Amn) through E-4 (SrA) Fully Qualified E-5 (SSgt) through E-7 (MSgt) Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS) Stripes for Exceptional Performers (STEP)

    26. WAPS Criteria/Factors Enlisted Performance Reports Max Pts (EPRs) Points…………………………..135 Specialty Knowledge Test (SKT) Score…………………………….100 Promotion Fitness Exam (PFE) Score…………………………….100 Time in Service (TIS)…………………...40 Time in Grade (TIG)……………………60 Decorations………………………………25 Total Points 460

    27. Enlisted Promotion System E-2 (Amn) through E-4 (SrA) Fully Qualified E-5 (SSgt) through E-7 (MSgt) Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS) Stripes for Exceptional Performers (STEP)

    28. Enlisted Promotion System (Continued) E-8 (SMSgt) through E-9 (CMSgt): Whole Person Concept Weighted factors similar to WAPS Individual’s records meets a board

    29. Officer’s Responsibility Career Development Counseling Seek out additional duties Provide time for self-development Correct deficiencies Recognize outstanding contributions and achievements

    30. Summary Review Of EES PFW EPR Enlisted Career Progression System EPR Objective Requirements Explanation of Forms Used Referral EPRs

    31. Summary (cont.) Enlisted Career Progression System Objective High Year of Tenure Promotion Methods Fully Qualified WAPS/STEP Whole Person Concept Responsibilities as an Officer