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General Policy And Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources

▶Agencies

Air Force Dept. (Defense Dept.), Manpower, Personnel, and Services, 1040 Air Force Pentagon, #4E168, 20330-1040; (703) 697-6088. Lt. Gen. Brian T. Kelly, Deputy Chief of Staff.

Web, www.af.mil

Military office that coordinates military and civilian personnel policies of the Air Force Dept.

Air Force Dept. (Defense Dept.), Manpower, Personnel, and Services, Military Force Management Policy, 1400 W. Perimeter Rd., #4770, Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762; (703) 695-6770. Brig. Gen. Troy E. Dunn, Director.

Web, www.afpc.af.mil

Establishes department management policies regarding the accession, assignment, evaluation, skills analysis and management, promotion, readiness, retraining, separation, and retirement of Air Force military and civilian personnel. Oversees total force contingency, mobilization, training management, and rated force policy. (Headquarters in Tex.)

Army Dept. (Defense Dept.), G-1, 300 Army Pentagon, ...

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