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NEWS. Nov. 8, 1991 Briefing scheduled for acquisition WRIGHT-PATTERSO- AFB, N Ohio (AFLC-AFSNews Service) Air Force Logistics Command has begun certifying military and civilian employees as acquisition professionals under the Air Force Acquisition Professional Development Program. The Acquisition Professional Development Program ensures that acquisition people meet the education, training and experience requirements mandated by law for members of the acquisition corps and those performing critical acquisition functions. C 3 H,!ircp Time career field The program encompasses all funcThe program will provide a profesinvolved in such as sional development plan for people to tions acquisition, acquisition logistics, program manage follow as they become experts in their career fields. ment, communications-compute- r sysenand science AFLC has established the Directems, contracting, gineering, and financial management. torate of Acquisition Career ManageEach functional area has profession- ment (AFLCDPP) to serve as the foal certification requirements at three cal point of acquisition professional delevels: I, entry; II, intermediate; and, velopment within the command, and III, senior. These requirements in- later, Air Force Materiel Command. clude education, training and ex- The new directorate is staffed by funcperience milestones that must be met tional experts. They have developed a by law as the employee progresses into "road show" to brief acquisition permore responsible acquisition positions. sonnel in certification requirements. Each AFLC base has a single focal point and functional representatives to advise military and civilian employees on the program and coordinate road show preparations at each base. The APDP road show to help acquisition people understand the program, the requirements of each functional area, the certification requirements and the process for meeting certification is scheduled for Nov. See week's next Hilltop Times for exact times and locations. 21-2- 2. NEWS BRIEFS Hill Luncheon honors Indians gets five new colonels The calendar year 1991 Central Colonel Board selected 680 lieutenant colonels for promotion to colonel. Five of the selectives are from Hill AFB. They are: A luncheon in honor of Native American Heritage Month in November is scheduled Nov. 20 at 11:30 a.m. at the Hill NCO Club. Commodities Directorate: Earl B. Christy Jr. 2849th Air Base Group: Ernest B. Sutton. 2849th Civil Engineering Squadron: Robert W. The guest speaker will be Frank Timbimboo. His topic is "The Native American Experience at Hill-- 421st Tactical Fighter Squadron: Thomas G. Tickets are $6.50 per person. Tickets can be obtained from one of the following: Ricky Martinez, r LITBB, 73054; Jacque Laursen, FMFC, 52351; McClarin, SCODA, 73282; Gwen Davis, LAMBF, 74059; Thorn Woolworth, LAREB, 73724; Jolene Arave, HRCFB, 76808; Win Geisler, PKDT, 79437; Scott Burbank, SCOC; 77986; Gil Duron, DEMRP, 77471; Marilyn Walker, HRCEB, 76142; Donald Garner, TIDSXC, 78174 or 78176; Bill Yates, LASHN, 72813. 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron: William H. Reeve. Selection statistics for zone are: 510 line officers, 13 chaplains, 20 judge advocates and 21 biomedical sciences officers. Selection statistics for zone are: 21 line officers, one chaplain and one biomedical sciences officer. 93 line officers selected from the below the promotion zone. above-the-promoti- There is a better way to get pharmacy refills that will not only help you, but help other patients at peak pharmacy times. First, ensure that you have refills left on the prescription. to be connected to the U.S. Second, call anAir Force Hospital, Hill, pharmacy refill call-iswering machine. Give your name, sponsor's Social Security number and the prescription number. If you call before 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, the prescription will be available the next morning. Calls after 4 p.m. Thursdays will be available Tuesday morning. Third, pick up your prescription at the refill window across the lobby from the turn-iwindow. It will be held for three days. If you can't pick it up by then, call the pharmacy and tell them you'll be delayed and they will hold it longer. Thinking ahead saves everyone's time and makes more efficient use of pharmacy worker's time, said William B. Anderson, chief of pharmacy services. 825-475- 1 Has it improved?" n r Osburn. Rackley. Get pharmacy refills promptly Jen-niffe- n For tickets for the hearing impaired, call Barbara Crosby, HRCFA, 75568 or 75939. PORTRAIT OHO GREAT AMERICAN INVESTOR rlillMllI U HULuJlJU lltlUJJlu (MIMIIUM) IMl 71 MP WIF Hlffli IfllW yy J MJ 11 Ll Lag LI Before winter starts, get all the ' f right gear at Alpine Sports. And starting today, get it all for less. Yes, a sale. ; Get to Alpine Sports fast. with Our sale runs November 8-1- 10-4- Tzetzi Ganev came from Italy 15 years ago. Today she believes in U.S. America. She buys Savings Bonds. Bonds pay competitive rates. To find out more, or to buy Bonds, call 0 0 vHU Li VwiU lJL-- 3 U Hr U Get sharper at Alpine Sports. Try our Ogden area, brand-nestate-of-the-ar- Wintersteiger 11-- 2 t, (anywhere), ski tune. 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