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Nurse commissioning program seeks enlisted applicants

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Officials at the Air Force Personnel Center here will conduct the annual Nurse Enlisted Commissioning Program board May 13-14 to select candidates for fall 2008 and spring 2009 start dates.

The program offers active duty enlisted personnel the opportunity to earn a
bachelor's degree in a high-need academic major. NECP students will complete
their degree at a college or university with an Air Force Reserve Officer
Training Corps detachment or a college or university with a "cross-town
agreement."

To be considered by the board Airmen must:
-- contact AFPC by Feb. 22 and state their intent to apply;
-- send transcripts for an academic evaluation by March 31; and
-- submit their application by May 2.

Completed application packages should be sent to
HQ AFPC/DPAMN
550 C. Street West Ste 25
Randolph AFB, TX 78150-4727

Students will commission after passing the National Council Licensure
Examination and then attend commissioned officer training and the nurse
transition program. Students will be required to attend school year-round
for up to 24 consecutive calendar months, to include summer sessions.

At this time, Reserve and Air National Guard personnel are not eligible to
apply.

Eligibility requirements are available for review at local base education
offices or by calling DSN 665-2715 or commercial, (210) 565-2715.