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  • One Meal, Two Souls-An Airman gives back during Pandemic

    With no bed to call home, 6,104 Denver residents are homeless. Last year, there were about 568,000 homeless people across America and more than 37,000 were veterans according to The National Alliance to End Homelessness. One Airman accepted his call to duty to make a difference in his local community. His passion flows through his hopeful eyes and smile beneath his mask, Staff Sgt. Jimmy Mrosko, assignment technician at the Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center here, breathes life into every word he mentions about giving back to the homeless community at the Denver Rescue Mission in Denver.
  • HQ ARPC and HQ RIO Earn 11 in 2020 A1 Awards

    HQ ARPC and HQ RIO Earn 11 in 2020 A1 Awards
  • She’s a Leader, Parent, and Athlete-One Officer shapes the future of the Air Force Reserve

    Whether elevating herself across the peaks of the Colorado mountains, overcoming the challenges of raising a family, or shaping the future of the Air Force Reserve, this personnel officer sets the bar for resiliency, leadership, and what an Airman can achieve. With a youthful smile and a passion for progress, Lt. Col. Kristi Delcour, chief of Promotion Board Operations at Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, embraces the challenges that balance a healthy lifestyle through athleticism, parenthood and perseverance. According to military demographics, out of about 64,000 officers in the Air Force only 22.4 percent are women, and Delcour is blazing the path for others to follow. On the HQ ARPC Promotion Board, she impacts the future of officers in the Air Force Reserve.
  • HQ ARPC hosts Space Force Transfer Board

    Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center, recently hosted a Space Force Transfer Board as Space Professionals shaped the future of the Space Force. Guard and Reserve records were not considered, pending decisions on organization of reserve components for the Space Force. Five ARPC members facilitated the board consisting of 15 Space Professionals as they evaluated more than 2,300 personnel records of enlisted Airmen from the intelligence and cyber operations career fields.
  • Step-by-Step Guide for how to Transfer GI Bill Benefits

    You must meet all eligibility requirements outlined in DoDI 1341.13, Change 1, Post-9/11 GI Bill and AFI 36-2670, Total Force Development, Chapter 6, prior to applying for the Transfer of Education Benefits (TEB). Purple Heart Recipients see TEB Purple Heart Recipients.Access virtual MPF (vMPF) via AFPC Secure:vMPF Navigation Click on vMPF
  • Resilient mindset key to ARPC personnelist's success

    Professional resiliency can be demonstrated in many ways, one of which is understanding that when one door closes, another is bound to open. 
  • HQ ARPC hosts orientation course for the Air National Guard

    Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center hosted the first virtual Air Reserve Component Orientation Course August 19-20, 2020 for members of the Air National Guard. More than 200 Guardsmen from across the country registered for the two-day course as subject-matter-experts lead interactive discussions in areas that impact Guardsmen throughout the Airman Lifecycle.
  • Resilient mindset, asking for help is key to one ARPC COVID-19 recovery

    One Air Reserve Personnel Center member's story of dealing with COVID-19.
  • Air Force building more inclusive culture through Dress and Appearance updates

    The changes, as outlined in an Air Force Guidance Memorandum dated July 1, 2020, include the removal of subjective language and other rules that may have been creating unintentional or unfair barriers for Air and Space Force uniformed members.
  • President signs Executive Order calling up Air Force Reserve medics, other specialties

    On March 27, the President signed an Executive Order authorizing mobilization of the Reserve Component in response to COVID-19 operations.  For the Air Force Reserve, personnel already serving in the Selected Reserve and Participating Individual Ready Reserve, as well as those assigned to the Individual Ready Reserve, may be asked to volunteer to activate in support of COVID-19 response.  If taskings exceed the volunteer pool, mobilization of the IRR to active status is now authorized to ensure mission accomplishment. 
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