ARPC Announces Reserve Lt. Col. and Maj. Promotions

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Air Reserve Personnel Center officials announced results for the Calendar Year 2021 Air National Guard Lieutenant Colonel and Major Promotion Selection Board today. The boards selected more than 500 Citizen Airmen for promotion.

The selection boards convened at ARPC April 19-23 to determine those officers best qualified to assume the next higher grade. Board members selected 322 for promotion to lieutenant colonel of 422 officers considered and 220 for promotion to major of the 241 considered.

A complete list of Airmen selected for promotion is available online by clicking the applicable link below or visiting the Air Reserve Officer Promotion page on myPers, https://mypers.af.mil.

Categories considered during these promotion boards were: Air National Guard Line of the Air Force-Air Operations and Special Warfare (LAF-A), Line of the Air Force-Nuclear Missile Operations (LAF-N), Line of the Air Force-Space Operations (LAF-S), Line of the Air Force-Information Warfare (LAF-I), Line of the Air Force-Combat Support (LAF-C), Line of the Air Force-Force Modernization (LAF-F), Dental Corps (DC), Medical Corps (MC), Nurse Corps (NC), Medical Services Corps (MSC), Biomedical Sciences Corps (BSC), Chaplains and Line of the Air Force Judge Advocate (LAF-J).

The results are:

Selection statistics In-the-Promotion Zone:


To Lt. Col.

-- 146 LAF-A officers were selected from 173 considered for an 84 percent selection rate.

-- Two LAF-S officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- 32 LAF-I officers were selected from 39 considered for an 82 percent selection rate.

-- 38 LAF-C officers were selected from 44 considered for an 86 percent selection rate.

-- Four LAF-J officers were selected from four considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Seven Chaplain officers were selected from nine considered for a 78 percent selection rate.

-- Two DC officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Six MC officers were selected from seven considered for an 86 percent selection rate.

-- 13 NC officers were selected from 18 considered for a 72 percent selection rate.

-- Six MSC officers were selected from eight considered for a 75 percent selection rate.

-- 15 BSC officers were selected from 16 considered for a 94 percent selection rate.



To Maj.

-- 83 LAF-A officers were selected from 88 considered for a 94 percent selection rate.

-- One LAF-N officers were selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- 24 LAF-I officers were selected from 27 considered for an 89 percent selection rate.

-- 43 LAF-C officers were selected from 47 considered for a 91 percent selection rate.

-- Three LAF-J officers were selected from three considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Six Chaplain officers were selected from seven considered for an 86 percent selection rate.

-- Two DC officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Five MC officers were selected from five considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- 24 NC officers were selected from 26 considered for a 92 percent selection rate.

-- Two MSC officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- 13 BSC officers were selected from 14 considered for a 93 percent selection rate.


Selection statistics Above-the-Promotion Zone:

To Lt. Col.

-- 22 LAF-A officers were selected from 50 considered for a 44 percent selection rate.

-- One LAF-S officers were selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Seven LAF-I officers were selected from 13 considered for a 54 percent selection rate.

-- 10 LAF-C officers were selected from 19 considered for a 53 percent selection rate.

-- Two LAF-J officers were selected from two considered for a 50 percent selection rate.

-- One Chaplain officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- One DC officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- One MC officer was selected from two considered for a 50 percent selection rate.

-- Four NC officers were selected from four considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Two MSC officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Zero BSC officers were selected from three considered.



To Maj.

-- Three LAF-A officers were selected from seven considered for a 43 percent selection rate.

-- No LAF-N officers were considered.

-- Two LAF-I officers were selected from two considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- Five LAF-C officers were selected from six considered for an 83 percent selection rate.

-- One LAF-J officers were selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- One Chaplain officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- No DC officers were considered.

-- No MC officers were considered.

-- One NC officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.

-- No MSC officers were considered.

-- One BSC officer was selected from one considered for a 100 percent selection rate.


For the ANG Lieutenant Colonel and Major Select Lists, please reference the ARPCM release messages posted on myPers, Air Reserve, Officer, Promotions page at https://mypers.af.mil.


For more information, submit a myPers incident to ARPC, Promotion Board Operations (ARPC/PBO) or email ARPC.DPBB@us.af.mil.