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Vandenberg's chief master sergeant selection board results

(Courtesy graphic)

(Courtesy graphic)

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Air Force officials selected 487 of 2,201 eligible senior master sergeants for promotion to chief master sergeant for a selection rate of 22.13 percent. The average score for those selected was 659.88, with an average time in grade of 3.09 years and time in service of 22.85 years respectively. The average score was based on the following point averages: 134.98 for enlisted performance reports, 24.39 for decorations, 68.38 for the Air Force supervisory exam and 383.12 board score.

The chief master sergeant promotion list was released publicly Nov. 3 at 0800 CDT on the Air Force Personnel Center's public website and on the Air Force Personnel Services website. Airmen will also be able to access their score notices on virtual MPF and the AF Portal.

Those selected for chief master sergeant will be promoted according to their promotion sequence number beginning in January. As a reminder, the selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is no later than 10 days after the promotion release date. The AFPC Enlisted Promotions Office will notify Airman, via military personnel sections, if their selection is in question.

For more information on promotions or any other personnel related issue, visit the Air Force Personnel Services website.

Vandenberg's new chief master sergeant selects:

Senior Master Sgt. William Gardner, National Reconnaissance Office
Senior Master Sgt. David Ovesen, 30th Space Communications Squadron
Senior Master Sgt. John Prather, 30th Logistics Readiness Squadron