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Are you a current U.S. Air Force (AF) employee or you are just thinking about starting a military career? The AF has issued numerous publications available to all people who want to know how to manage various AF activities and ensure a positive outcome for their issue or mission. Here is what you can do with the help of Air Force Forms:

  1. Evaluate the performance of airmen - measure their work and professional accomplishments, consider demotion and promotion, and discuss the results of the examination to help AF members to do better.
  2. Confirm the award for the individual, whether an AF member or a civilian employee, who has achieved success and honored the public image of the entire military.
  3. Manage the working hours of the airmen and let them go on leave whenever necessary.
  4. Grant AF members and their families benefits and healthcare they require during the relocation and in emergency situations.
  5. Prepare for travel - whether by public transportation or by your own vehicle - and determine possible risks of the trip with the person whose duty it is to supervise the travel arrangements.

Popular U.S. Air Force (AF) Forms

The AF Forms and Publications below are among the most widely used by AF members, supervisors and subordinates, trainers and trainees. Every Air Force Form is designed for a particular purpose - learn how to properly complete the official documentation and where to submit the forms to obtain the result you are looking for.

  • AF Form 422, Notification of Air Force Member's Qualification Status. Prepared for all AF personnel, this document outlines what each individual is qualified to do after their medical assessment. With the help of this form, commanders and system specialists can manage their subordinates and make informed choices using fitness tests and limitations of airmen presented in simple terms;
  • AF Form 428, Privacy Statement, is prepared by supervisors who can order overtime for their subordinates if the mission requires it and the work cannot be accomplished within the usual 40 hours per week, track excess hours of work, and compensate employees for their overtime efforts, including work during the holiday period;
  • AF Form 707, Officer Performance Report (LT Thru COL). Filled out for officers from the rank of the lieutenant to the colonel, this document records their performance history and allows for the promotion recommendation. It is also designed to carry out other management decisions such as early retirement or new assignment for selected individuals;
  • AF Form 910, Enlisted Performance Report (AB Thru TSGT), is used to record the performance of AF members from the rank of the airman basic to the technical sergeant. The AF examines how effectively every member performs their duties, sets expectations for all personnel, and recommends certain individuals for promotion;
  • AF Form 911, Enlisted Performance Report (MSGT Thru SMSGT). Similar to AF Form 910, this statement provides the overall assessment of the AF member's performance and estimates the possibility of promotion. Complete this document for personnel between the rank of the master sergeant to the senior master sergeant;
  • AF Form 931, Airman Comprehensive Assessment (ACA) Worksheet (AB Thru TSGT), is required to assess the knowledge and qualifications of the AF member after you conduct an interview with them. It will confirm their readiness for deployment and track their development - a worksheet provides the airman with feedback and lets them improve their performance;
  • AF Form 1206, Nomination for Award. The AF has issued this form to recognize the outstanding achievements of its military and civilian personnel and reward them for their behavior. Specify the award that should be presented and list the accomplishments of the person who will receive it;
  • AF Form 4380, Air Force Special Needs Screener. If an AF member has a relative with special needs, they have to provide information about their family member to coordinate the potential relocation with due regard to this person's health condition and let the AF decide whether the military family member requires any specialized care and benefits;
  • AF Form 4392, Predeparture Safety Briefing. When supervisors and commanders plan a trip, they need to thoroughly plan it and comply with existing safety protocols - find out and minimize risks using the proposed itinerary, especially if the AF member plans to travel using their private vehicle to go on leave, change their station, or temporarily relocate to complete a duty assignment.

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AF Forms and miscellaneous Air Force publications are a vital part of both the administrative processes and service-related procedures done within the U.S. Department of the Air Force - a subdivision of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The AF ePubs catalog is organized by form number and title. Most forms are available for online filing with the free Adobe Acrobat Reader browser application and software.

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This form is used for keeping track of the transfer of food inventory within the Air Force food service.

This document is used to record the number of individuals present. It is commonly used in the Air Force for keeping track of personnel in a specific location.

This document is a Gyp Glucose Chart used by the US Air Force for tracking glucose levels.

This type of document is used for recording the medical history of dental patients.

This Form is used for granting entry authority and issuing entry credentials for individuals.

This document is a comprehensive assessment worksheet used by the Air Force to evaluate airmen.

This form is used for assessing the performance and development of senior non-commissioned officers in the Air Force. It is specifically for Master Sergeants through Chief Master Sergeants.

This document is used for completing the standardized extension worksheet for AF Form 1411. It provides a standardized format for recording extension information.

This statement is used by personnel of the Military Departments to identify and report medical and educational needs of family members.

This form is used by the airman's supervisor to document effectiveness and deployment readiness of their subordinates.

This document is used to determine the applicant's qualifications for the appointment as an Army Reserve or in the Air Force without specifying their service in a component.

This document is used by Ground Transportation Support Operators. It serves to conduct all kinds of inspections on vehicles and take corrective action when needed.

This form is completed in order to find out if any special medical and/or educational needs exist for your family members.

This form is used to document potential and performance or service members. It is also used for other performance- and promotion management decisions.

Use this document to track time, overtime, payroll, holiday compensations, and other similar decision support situations.

This document is used by safety professionals and helps them to identify service members and their data in order to complete mishap reports.

This document is used to identify mitigating strategies and assess risk when planning for a trip.

This form is used to document effectiveness/duty performance history, school and assignment selection, promotion, separation, reduction-in-force, reenlistment, statistical and research analysis from the position of master sergeant (MSgt) to senior master sergeant (SMSgt).

This form is used to document effectiveness/duty performance history; separation; school and assignment selection; promotion; reenlistment; statistical and research analysis from the position of airman basic (AB) to technical sergeant (TSgt).

Download this form to nominate civilians or airmen for awards. It records justification for quarterly and annual awards at all levels of organization from Flight to Headquarters Air Force.

This is a form to be used by service members to request Individual Reservists (IR) with Active Duty status

This form is used for scheduling and documenting physical therapy consultations in the military.

This document is used for creating CDB reports in the CEMS system.

This form is used for updating an application for clinical privileges or medical staff appointment. It is used by healthcare professionals to provide updated information to the relevant authorities.

This document is used for applying for clinical privileges as a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) in the Air Force.

This form is used for obtaining an Airman Leadership School Diploma, which is awarded to individuals who have completed the required leadership training in the Air Force.

This document is a form used for recognizing outstanding leadership in the Airman Leadership School. It is used to present the Airman Leadership School Leadership Award.

This Form is used for the USAF Heritage Program to document a proffer of gift agreement.

This document is a loan agreement specific to the USAF Heritage Program. It outlines the details and terms of loaning items for display or exhibition purposes.

This form is used for certifying the safety and egress procedures of aerospace vehicles displayed in the USAF Heritage Program.

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