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F.E. Warren Military Personnel Flight office

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  • By Terry Higgins
  • 90th Missile Wing Public Affairs

Do you have questions concerning your career or thinking about retraining to a new career field? The F.E. Warren Military Personnel Flight has trained individuals available to assist in virtually all types of questions or needs you may have concerning your career.

There are several commonly asked questions that the MPF fields on a daily basis.

“The most common question I see pertains to making the rank of Senior Airman,” said Staff Sgt. Megan Storms, 90th Force Support Squadron, reenlistments, extensions, enlisted promotions and retraining NCO in charge. “Most Airmen truly don’t know when they pin-on the rank so they call us with the question.”

Additional services that the MPF offers to customers range from things such as issuing common access cards and informing Airmen about career development such as how to complete a dream sheet.

“There is a personal satisfaction in knowing you helped someone,” said Senior Airman Rachel Bethea, 90th Force Support Squadron, career development journeyman. “The decisions that I help people make are career impacting. I have job satisfaction in giving people the information needed to make an informed decision.”

The MPF recently added a kiosk system to accommodate customers with an additional benefit of minimizing the waiting process.

“The new kiosk system estimates the customers wait time,” said Bethea. “The system had some glitches at first, but we are working those out and we believe that the kiosk is something that will cut down on wait times.”

Whether a new Airman or someone retiring from active duty, the MPF is there to give career advice.

“We truly touch the entire base at one time or another throughout their career,” said Bethea. “Everyone receives orders, and we are there to help them throughout this process with whatever needs or questions that they may have.”

The F.E. Warren Military Personnel Flight is ready to help. For more information on how the MPF can assist your needs, call (307) 773-1845.