JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C., –
The Air Force announced July 16, 2015 that it had selected 5,301 technical sergeants, 22.4 percent of the 23,619 eligible, for promotion to master sergeant during the 2015 E7 promotion cycle.
At Joint Base Charleston, S.C., 56 technical sergeants were selected for promotion to the rank of master sergeant.
The technical sergeants selected for promotion are:
14th Airlift Squadron
16th Airlift Squadron
373rd Training Squadron
437th Aerial Port Squadron
437th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron
437th Maintenance Group
437th Maintenance Squadron
437th Maintenance Operations Squadron
437th Operations Group
437th Operations Support Squadron
628th Air Base Wing
628th Civil Engineer Squadron
628th Communications Squadron
628th Comptroller Squadron
628th Contracting Squadron
628th Force Support Squadron
628th Logistics Readiness Squadron
628th Security Forces Squadron
628th Medical Operations Squadron
628th Medical Support Squadron
This is the first master sergeant promotion cycle to incorporate a two-phase selection process.The two-phase process included a Phase I score based on Weighted Airman Promotion System factors (enlisted performance reports, time in grade, time in service, decorations points, promotion fitness examination and skills knowledge test scores). Eligible Airmen whose Phase I scores met the Phase I cutoff for their control Air Force specialty code are considered for promotion during the Phase II central evaluation board.
Airmen who were considered for promotion during Phase II will see a folder titled "15E7" in their Board folder in the Personnel Record Display Application. In the "15E7" folder is an overview of what the central evaluation board reviewed during the Phase II process.
Airmen selected for master sergeant will be promoted in order of promotion sequence number beginning Aug. 1. Selections are tentative until the data verification process is complete, which is normally within 10 days of the promotion release date.
For more information about Air Force personnel programs go to the myPers website. Individuals who do not have a myPers account can request one by following these instructions on the Air Force Retirees Services website.
Debbie Gildea from the Air Force Personnel Center Public Affairs Office contributed to this article.