USAF deciding soon on 'indefinite enlistment,' other NCO changes
from Air Force Magazine
The Air Force is moving toward an "indefinite enlistment" process — removing the requirement for senior enlisted personnel to regularly re-enlist after a certain number of years. Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth Wright wants to push the proposal further. Currently, most senior enlisted airmen have to re-enlist every four years in a lengthy, cumbersome paperwork approval process that culminates in a swearing-in ceremony. To avoid putting airmen who have already proven their commitment to serve through an unnecessary process, the Air Force wants to scrap the re-enlistment requirement after 15 years in service.
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