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Brig. Gen. Samuel Mahaney, Air Reserve Personnel Center commander, hands the ARPC guidon to Chief Master Sgt. Ruth E. Flores, ARPC command chief, as Senior Master Sgt. John Neeley, ARPC first sergeant, stands by during an assumption of responsibility ceremony at Buckley Air Force Base, Aurora, Colo., Jan. 31, 2014. In December 2013 Chief Master Sgt. Ruth E. Flores became the Air Reserve Personnel Center’s first female command chief to represent the highest level of enlisted leadership here. As command chief, she is involved in advising the commander on all matters concerning the health, morale, welfare and effective utilization of more than 400 active duty, guardsmen, civilian employees and reserve enlisted members. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Mark Balli) ARPC highlights its first female command chief
(March marks the observance of Women's History Month.)In December 2013 Chief Master Sgt. Ruth E. Flores became the Air Reserve Personnel Center's first female command chief to represent the highest level of enlisted leadership here.As command chief, she is involved in advising the commander on all matters concerning the health, morale, welfare and
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BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Air Reserve Personnel Center Union President Roberto Trinidad and vice commander Col. Rett Porter prepare to sign a document while commander Col. Marge Humphrey looks on. (Historical photo) ARPC in the 1990's
The world was a different place in 1990. The promise of peace had grown with the demise of the Soviet Union and the Berlin Wall. Things were looking up, both for the world at large and Air Force Reserve, despite the conflicts to come.At the dawn of the decade, Air Reserve Personnel Center leaders were making efforts to merge private-sector
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Brig. Gen. Samuel "Bo" Mahaney

ONE: If you take care of your people, they will take care of the mission
"As leaders, our people are our mission. There is nothing we can accomplish without first caring for our folks."

TWO: Foster a culture of respect
"Respect for people, their passions, their purpose and their position is the foundation for solid unit cohesion."

THREE: Expectation of excellence
"Besides being one of our Air Force core values, excellence is a universal standard by which all our activities should be measured."

FOUR: Foster a culture of feedback
"We can't know how effective our leadership is unless we ask and really listen to what our folks are saying." Mahaney posts four tenets of leadership
ONE: If you take care of your people, they will take care of the mission"As leaders, our people are our mission. There is nothing we can accomplish without first caring for our folks."TWO: Foster a culture of respect"Respect for people, their passions, their purpose and their position is the foundation for solid unit cohesion."THREE: Expectation of
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The Air Reserve Personnel Center Total Force Service Center serves the personnel needs of the Air Reserve Component, including the Guard and Reserve. This call center operates normal workdays and three Saturdays every month from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information on TFSC services and contact information, visit www.arpc.afrc.af.mil. (U.S. Air Force photos/Master Sgt. Christian Michael) Personnel center "surges" to keep up with manpower shortfalls
Manpower is among the biggest needs in today's Air Force, and the job isn't getting any smaller. While initiatives like Human Capital Transformation are working to improve efficiencies and cut down on waste, simpler efforts such as "surging" help offices low on people keep up with demands of a steady mission.During a recent surge on Saturday, Jan.
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Default Air Force Logo Center veteran reflects on her career at ARPC
Linda Bradford reflects on her career at ARPC. Please see attached video for this story.
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The Reserve of the Air Force Selection Board Secretariat, Buckley Air Force Base, Colo., facilitates officer promotion boards for the U.S. Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Christian Michael) Reserve promotion board takes officers to next level
Promotion boards are a time-honored tradition and important function of senior leadership to ensure tomorrow's leaders come from the finest of today's middle management. To execute even handed decision-making, the process is detailed, thorough and mapped for each appointed board member. This keeps selection efforts as uniform and high quality as
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2013
Default Air Force Logo Three moves and forty years: Burroughs recalls history of ARPC
Air Reserve Personnel Center has seen many people and processes come and go over its long evolution, but very few have been along on that journey as long as Accountability Officer Margaretta "Gretta" Burroughs.The near-40-year veteran of the center began her career in records management at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, but transferred to
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BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Davis survived breast cancer and was invited to participate in the Safeway Buddy Check9 Calendar 2014 as a model for October to raise awareness. Davis is a recognitions service team member at Air Reserve Personnel Center. (Courtesy photo/Tommy Collier) From cancer to calendar model: Airman raises awareness
She might be next year's Miss October in the annual Buddy Check9 Calendar by Safeway, but her experience as a breast cancer survivor, mother and Airman is a year-round example for women in and out of the service. Her road from survivor to calendar model, however, wasn't easy.Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Davis, an Air Reserve Personnel Center recognitions
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Members of the Air Reserve Personnel Center will celebrate their 60th anniversary soon. ARPC was established on Nov. 1, 1953 and officially opened its doors March 1, 1954. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Command Chief Master Sgt. Brian C. L. Wong) ARPC celebrates 60 years with video series - ARPC member reflects on her 42 years
(This feature video is the first of a monthly series celebrating ARPC's 60th birthday. Each month will highlight a member reflecting on their time at ARPC until March 1, 2014 which is ARPC's birthday.)A senior human resources assistant from the Air Reserve Personnel Center retired here recently.Darcy Blair retired from civil service June 30 after
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2013
The Air Reserve Records Center sign was installed outside of the York Street building in the late 1950s in Denver, Colo. ARRC officially opened its doors March 1, 1954, almost 60 years ago. It wasn't until Sept. 1, 1965, that it was renamed the Air Reserve Personnel Center due to increasing involvement in all areas of personnel management and not only records. ARPC will celebrate their 60th birthday on Feb. 28, 2014. Air Reserve Personnel Center celebrates 60 years of historic service
(The 1950s - how the Air Reserve Personnel Center began. This feature is the first of a monthly series celebrating ARPC's 60th birthday. Each month will highlight a new decade until ARPC's 60th birthday which is March 1, 2014.)When World War II ended in the fall of 1945, former President Harry S. Truman released many servicemen from their reserve
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