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The Palace Chase program is an early release program that allows active officers and enlisted to request an early transition from active duty into the Air Force Reserve. The application process takes approximately 7-8 weeks after Headquarters Air Force Personnel Center (HQ AFPC) receives the request. AFI 36-3205, Table 1.1 covers the eligibility criteria for Palace Chase. With overseas members, it is important to understand there are specific eligibility windows for applying.
If current DEROS and DOS dates fall within the same month and year, you must open your application no more than 15 months but no less than 12 months prior to your CURRENT separation date. Airmen may request a separation date up to 6 months prior to the current established DEROS.
If current DEROS and DOS dates DO NOT fall within the same month and year, you must open your application no more than 9 months but no less than 6months prior to the current DEROS. Airmen must request a separation equal to the current established DEROS.
It is best to contact your Air Force Reserve In-Service Recruiter (ISR) to discuss the Palace Chase program to ensure that you meet all eligibility criteria. Your local ISR will assist you with the Palace Chase program, should you meet the criteria to apply.
The Palace Front program is a transfer program which allows active Air Force officers and enlisted members to transfer from the United States Air Force to the Air Force Reserve the day after separation from the Air Force, normally upon completing an ADSC or upon reaching their DOS.
During the summer months, an increased emphasis is placed on enforcing traffic laws. With the increased amount of traffic on the roadways, the risk for DUIs increases. To help mitigate this risk, the 100 SFS along with off-base authorities have establish random DUI checkpoints on/off-base.
For those wishing to consume alcohol, please do not get behind the wheel to drive. Have a plan, call a friend, supervisor or the no questions asked AADD at commercial: 0800 3280178. Your life is too important to take the chance!
One time educational class with follow up appointments at member's request are offered at RAFM at the Hardstand Fitness Center classroom.
Register through SharePoint link: https://cs3.eis.af.mil/sites/25130/default.aspx
Storytelling and otherwise sharing past experiences can be a cathartic practice for individuals who have experienced traumatic events (of any form). The peer-led support group will allow those with trauma experience to hear others’ stories and share their own with the purpose of aiding self-care and assisting peers in their recovery. If you feel that you may benefit from support sessions or if you would like to share your experience with others, please ask any questions you may have or stop by to observe and/or join in. No sign-up is required, simply join the group when you feel comfortable. Please also be in contact if you are interested in being a co-lead. Your experience and support will be appreciated!
The Mildenhall Cadet Squadron is currently recruiting new Cadets between the ages of 12- and 18-years-old to join the only CAP overseas unit in the U.K.
CAP cadets who have recently PCSed to Mildenhall, Lakenheath or Feltwell and have served previously in a U.S. or overseas squadron are also highly encouraged to re-join and continue their progress in the cadet program.
Formed in the lead-up to World War II, CAP has three missions:
1) AEROSPACE EDUCATION – to maintain America’s superiority in aerospace and now cyberspace technology, both internally and externally.
2) CADET PROGRAMS – to cultivate the development of strong values and character in our nation’s youth, and which is organized around four main program elements: Leadership, Aerospace, Fitness, and Character.
3) EMERGENCY SERVICES – to protect the homeland through search and rescue, force multiplication, disaster relief and counterdrug missions.
Civil Air Patrol is the official auxiliary of the USAF and through its cadet program, has been transforming youth into responsible citizens since 1942. CAP is made up of nearly 59,000 citizens in service to their country who embody the core values of integrity, volunteer service, excellence and respect.
For more information about the organization in general, visit http://www.gocivilairpatrol.com .
Send information to the 100th Air Refueling Wing Public Affairs office at firstname.lastname@example.org Announcements will run for approximately two weeks. Resubmits are required for recurring announcements.
The Square-D Bulletin Board will advertise community command messages (volunteer opportunities, community social events) and announcements of base-wide interest.