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    Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    myPers has released actual numbers of overages and eligibles for AFSC and grades.

    Not sure if this was posted or not.

    50% of T/MSgt Flight Engineers will have to go.

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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    How many is 50%?
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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    Quote Originally Posted by KnuckleDragger View Post
    How many is 50%?
    Half :thumb

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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    We had so many volunteer that My rank for my AFSC isnt going to the board. Eh, either way is good I guess. Time to hit that BS hard before next year.
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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    Quote Originally Posted by KnuckleDragger View Post
    How many is 50%?
    143

    https://gum-crm.csd.disa.mil/app/ans...ail/a_id/26908

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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    Rank Overage/Eligible

    SSgt 60/263
    TSgt 102/208
    MSgt 41/96
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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    Supply is looking bad too:

    SSgt: 4.2% 51/1190 (this isn't that bad)
    TSgt: 51.9% 318/612
    MSgt: 51.1% 121/237

    Not nearly as bad as our SF brothers. Bonkers.
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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    Quote Originally Posted by DannyJ View Post
    Supply is looking bad too:

    SSgt: 4.2% 51/1190 (this isn't that bad)
    TSgt: 51.9% 318/612
    MSgt: 51.1% 121/237

    Not nearly as bad as our SF brothers. Bonkers.
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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    ...as we start to execute the volunteer programs, the overage and eligible involuntary program numbers will reduce accordingly. As a result, we anticipate AFSCs and grades or year groups to drop out of consideration for involuntary programs, as Airmen elect to leave our Air Force voluntarily

    Guess we'll see if the rumors of massive voluntary sep requests is true.

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    Re: Actual Numbers for Involuntary Programs

    I didn't look up the break out for our career field but here is a message from our Top-Cop, BG Jamerson. We are headed to 90% manning. We had this before in the mid-90s.
    "Defenders, tough day across the Air Force as the manpower reduction numbers were released. As the largest enlisted career field, we expected a big number--4000 is what it turned out to be, along with 130 expected company grade and field grade officer reductions. To be candid, that number could rise to 5000 based on the expected quality force reduction process. These cuts are based on several factors, all ultimately driven by the AF's need to pay its sequestration bill and pay for new and recapitalized weapons systems. I'm concerned for two reasons: first this means many of you will not be able to serve much longer, and it means a significant change in the way we protect our people and AF assets. The Chief and I will be on-line soon to tell you what this means for Security Forces. What I recommend you do if you are affected or you are a supervisor is to get smart quickly on the force shaping program that affects you so you can make an informed decision on continued service. These will be stressful times and there is not much I can say that will make any of this better. I simply asked that every serving Defender remain professional and committed to what we signed up for. Thanks all and we will share information as soon as we have it."

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