WASHINGTON (AFNS) —
Air Force officials recently announced changes to the Enlisted Evaluation System’s promotion recommendation point matrix.
The changes introduce a new Promotion Recommendation Score, which places value on the experience of Airmen and sustained performance when it comes to promotions. The new score continues the practice of placing greater value on recent over past performance.
“Our Air Force values the experience that our Airmen bring with them,” said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass. “The Promotion Recommendation Score is a step in the right direction to ensuring we recognize that experience, along with sustained superior performance.”
The current promotion system varied the available points each year based on the number of years an Airman was eligible for promotion. That approach meant Airmen with the same level of performance in a current…
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