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Schriever Senior NCOs selected for promotion

Master Sgt. Amber Mitchell(center), 1st Space Operations Squadron, prepares for her new stripes to be “tacked on” from Col. Wayne Monteith(left), 50th Space Wing commander, and Col. Stan Kekauoha, 50th Operations Group commander, in Colonel Monteith’s office March 4. Sergeant Mitchell is one of 1,269 master sergeants selected for promotion this year.  (U.S. Air Force photos by Tech. Sgt. Stacy Foster)

Master Sgt. Amber Mitchell(center), 1st Space Operations Squadron, prepares for her new stripes to be “tacked on” from Col. Wayne Monteith(left), 50th Space Wing commander, and Col. Stan Kekauoha, 50th Operations Group commander, in Colonel Monteith’s office March 4. Sergeant Mitchell is one of 1,269 master sergeants selected for promotion this year. (U.S. Air Force photos by Tech. Sgt. Stacy Foster)

Staff Report

50th Space Wing Public Affairs

The Air Force released the latest list of promotion selectees March 4.

Four Schriever master sergeants were surprised to learn they had been selected for promotion to the rank of senior master sergeant.

Master Sergeants David Milne, 50th Civil Engineer Squadron, Amber Mitchell, 1st Space Operations Squadron, James Stier, 527th Space Aggressor Squadron, and Donald Lemke, 25th Space Range Squadron, were four of 73 base-eligible selected in the 2010 cycle.

Air Force-wide, 1,269 of 13,741 were selected for a promotion rate of 9.24 percent, according to Air Force Personnel Center’s Web site.

The average score for those selected was 665.85, with an average time in grade of 4.38 years and an average time in service of 20.2 years, respectively. The average score was based on the following point averages: 135 for enlisted performance reports, 21.30 for decorations, 61.47 for the Air Force supervisory examination and 394.06 board score.

For a complete list of promotions, visit AFPC’s Web site at www.afpc.randolph.af.mil.

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