Is the Air Force selective?
Department of the Air Force releases fiscal year 2021 Selective Retention Bonus program. 10 on the fiscal year 2021 Selective Retention Bonus program, which includes 37 eligible Air Force specialties. “Overall retention levels are at record highs and manning within many of our career fields is healthy,” said Lt. Gen.
What is selective reenlistment?
The Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) is the Department of Defense’s tool to keep highly skilled military members in uniform and often to help shore up retention in critically-staffed career fields. The Selective Reenlistment Bonus is “Section 38” rather than Section 355.
Can you’re enlist for 2 years in the Air Force?
All Airmen and Guardians can voluntarily extend a maximum of 48 months per enlistment; this is limited by law. There are no exceptions or waivers to exceed the 48 months. For more information on the program please go the Extension of Enlistment in the Air Force page on myPers.
What is the selective retention bonus in the Air Force?
SELECTIVE RETENTION BONUS PROGRAM The Selective Retention Bonus, or SRB, program is a monetary incentive paid to active-duty Airmen serving in certain selected critical military skills who reenlist for additional obligated service.
What is the purpose of selective reenlistment in the Air Force?
The SRP objective is to ensure the Air Force retains only Airmen who consistently demonstrate the capability and willingness to maintain high professional standards. The SRP applies to all enlisted personnel. Commanders have total SRP selection authority as long as no other factors barring immediate reenlistment exist.
What is the selective retention bonus ( SRB ) program?
The Selective Retention Bonus (SRB) program is a monetary incentive paid to Airmen serving in certain selected critical military skills who reenlist for additional obligated service.
Is it a privilege to reenlist in the Air Force?
Reenlistment in Regular Air Force is not an inherent individual right for enlisted Airmen. It is a privilege and confers an obligation to serve.