UPDATE 6/24: Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force James Cody took to Facebook this afternoon to address this draft form, which he said is one of the first mockups created two years ago. “We’re thankful for the comments, feedback and dialogue that’s taken place, but keep in mind…that version is two years old,” Cody wrote. “While some of the elements remain in our most current draft — which AFPC and A1 teams are sharing with Airmen during the in-person roadshow briefs — much of the form has since changed.”
ORIGINAL POST: One of the last remaining components of the new enlisted performance report system that still has yet to be released are the EPR forms for senior noncommissioned officers and technical sergeants and below.
And what is purportedly a draft of the Form 910 for airmen basic through technical sergeants surfaced yesterday on the “Air Force amn/nco/snco” Facebook page. The form, which is not the final version, appears out of date in at least a few places. (For example, the names of the promotion recommendation categories and some of the forced distribution percentages have changed.)
But it gives a glimpse at how the new airmen and NCO form could change. The final version of the updated Form 910, as well as the updated Form 911 for master sergeants and senior master sergeants, is expected to be released in July. A brand new form for evaluating chief master sergeants, called form 912, was released June 8.
When asked about the post, the Air Force said, “[T]his is not the final version of the new AF FORM 910.”