A career job reservation is
RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas – The Air Force announced the fiscal
2006 quotas for the career job reservation program recently, adding
three Air Force Specialty Codes to the constrained list, and releasing
Reenlistment-eligible, first-term Airmen who apply for a CJR in the
constrained AFSCs will be added to a waiting list and compete for
monthly quotas based on a rank order process.
All first-term Airmen must be selected for reenlistment by their
commander under the Selective Reenlistment Program to apply for a CJR
and must have a CJR to reenlist.
Airmen serving in any of the constrained career fields will not be
allowed to reenlist without a CJR unless they are approved for a
special duty or retrain into another specialty. Those who applied for
retraining but were not selected, and who do not receive a CJR in their
current AFSC at the end of their CJR window, may reapply for retraining
or a special duty no later than 30 days after the end of their CJR
window. Otherwise, they will be projected for separation.
Quotas for constrained AFSCs will be posted monthly and updated as
required on the Air Force Personnel Center’s reenlistment Web site. For
more information, contact base military personnel flight reenlistment
offices or visit the AFPC Web site at
http://www.afpc.randolph.af.mil/enlskills/Reenlistments/CJR.htm. (Courtesy of Air Force Personnel Center news service)