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AFPC - Air Force Personnel Center

Taking care of the Air Force's most valuable weapon system: Airmen

 

Mission of the AFPC

Headquartered at Randolph Air Force Base, Texas, the Air Force Personnel Center (AFPC) carries the responsibility of managing administrative programs and implementing policies that affect 330,000 active-duty AF members and 150,000 civilian personnel, as well as 106,000 Air National Guardsmen and 191,000 reservists. AF members can go to the AFPC with questions about PCS moves to various bases, separation as a conscientious objector, disability processing and more.

The AFPC executes personnel operations to develop the most valuable weapon system in the Air Force: the Airmen. The Center provides direct support services to commanders, AF members, civilian personnel and their families. From its centralized location, the AFPC is able to more efficiently assist Air Force members with an array of personnel issues. Functions that the AFPC oversees include:

- Performance evaluations
- Promotions
- Assignments
- Separations
- Awards and Decorations
- Education
- Personnel Procurement
- Disability Processing
- AF Voting Program

History of the AFPC

The Air Force Military Personnel Center was originally created in 1963 as a HQ Air Force field extension of the Deputy CS, Personnel. The extension became a separate agency in 1971, and in 1978, changed its name to the Air Force Manpower and Personnel Center (AFMPC). In 1985, the manpower function was separated from the administrative portion, resulting in the new name: Air Force Military Personnel Center.

In 1995, the consolidation of the Air Force Military Personnel Center and Air Force Civilian Personnel Management Center led to the formation of the Air Force Personnel Center. The AFPC took on the functions of both entities and became more efficient.
 

Air Force Personnel Center

The AFPC takes care of all administrative needs that keep the Air Force strong and combat-ready, and is comprised of seven directorates, each of which manages several programs. These include the following:

- Director of Staff
- Directorate of Air and Space Expeditionary Force Operations
- Directorate of Assignments
- Directorate of Civilian Force Integration
- Directorate of Personnel Data Systems
- Directorate of Personnel Services
- Total Force Service Center—San Antonio Directorate

Assignment to the AFPC

If you’ve received your assignment to the AFPC, contact Housing 1 Source today to help with your PCS to Randolph AFB, Texas. We can help make your transition as stress-free as possible.

 

Source: http://www.afpc.af.mil/library/factsheets/index.asp