AF Form 911 "Enlisted Performance Report (MSGT Thru SMSGT)"

What Is AF Form 911?

AF Form 911, Enlisted Performance Report (MSgt Thru SMSgt), is used to document effectiveness and duty performance history, school and assignment selection, promotions, a separation or reduction-in-force, and reenlistment as well as statistical and research analysis. It provides a long-term, reliable, cumulative record of promotion potential and performance from the position of master sergeant (MSgt) to senior master sergeant (SMSgt).

Alternate Name:

  • Air Force EPR Form.

The latest version of the form was released by the U.S. Air Force (AF) on July 31, 2015, with all previous editions obsolete. An up-to-date printable version of the form is available for download below. No copies can be found on the Air Force e-Publishing website.

Additional information and filing guidelines can be found in Air Force Instruction (AFI) 36-2406, Officer and Enlisted Evaluation Systems, that sets performance expectations and standards for the ratees, feedback on how the ratee is meeting those expectations, and directions on how to better meet them.

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How Many Bullets Are on the New AF Form 911?

There are 12 bullets on the new AF 911 Form. These include the following:

  1. The ratee's identifying information.
  2. Job description.
  3. Performance in leadership, primary duties, followership, and training.
  4. Whole airman concept.
  5. Overall performance assessment.
  6. The rater's identifying information.
  7. Additional rater's comments.
  8. Comments made by the unit commander, military or civilian director, or another authorized reviewer.
  9. Comments made by the final evaluator.
  10. Functional examiner or Air Force advisor.
  11. Remarks.
  12. The ratee's acknowledgment.

AF Form 911 Instructions

  1. Section I ("Ratee Identification Data"). This section contains the airman's full name, SSN, rank, organization, command, and location, the period of the report, and the reason for the report.
  2. Section II ("Job Description"). This section covers the duty title and the key duties, responsibilities, and tasks the airman performs.
  3. Section III ("Performance in Leadership/Primary Duties/Followership/Training"). This section requires assessing mission accomplishment, resource utilization, mentorship, team building, duty environments, communication skills, complying with/enforcing standards, and training.
  4. Section IV ("Whole Airman Concept"). This section requires assessing how the airman adheres to the core values of the Air Force.

Additionally, this form requires an authorized review from an additional rater, unit commander, military or civilian director, or another reviewer and the final evaluator. They must each state their branches of service, ranks, and duty titles and state if they concur with the initial performance assessment.

If there is trouble with opening up the second page, it is recommended to recheck that each field on the first page is filled out. For example, if the number of days non-rated is 0, a "0" should be entered, the field cannot remain blank. The sections are supposed to be completed in order: it's a good idea to start from the very first field of the form and tab through each individual box.

If the digital signatures are not showing up, check the dates in "Period of Report." If the listed dates are in the future, digitals signatures might not open up. If the form is crashing right after opening, it is recommended to upgrade to the latest Adobe Reader version.


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ENLISTED PERFORMANCE REPORT (MSgt thru SMSgt)
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Title 10 United States Code (U.S.C.) 8013, Secretary of the Air Force; AFI 36-2406, and Executive Order 9397 (SSN), as amended.
PURPOSE: Used to document effectiveness/duty performance history; promotion; school and assignment selection; reduction-in-force; control roster;
reenlistment; separation; research and statistical analysis.
ROUTINE USES: May specifically be disclosed outside the DoD as a routine use pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(3). DoD Blanket Routine Uses apply.
DISCLOSURE: Mandatory. Not providing SSN may cause form to not be processed or to positively identify the person being evaluated.
SORN: F036 AF PC A, Effectiveness/Performance Reporting Records
I. RATEE IDENTIFICATION DATA (Refer to AFI 36-2406 for instructions on completing this form)
2. SSN
3. RANK
4. DAFSC
1. NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
5. ORGANIZATION, COMMAND, AND LOCATION
6. PAS CODE
7. SRID
8. PERIOD OF REPORT (DD Mmm YYYY)
11. REASON FOR REPORT
Thru:
From:
II. JOB DESCRIPTION
1. DUTY TITLE
2. KEY DUTIES, TASKS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Primary and Additional Duties) (Minimum of 1 line, but limited to 4 lines)
III. PERFORMANCE IN LEADERSHIP/PRIMARY DUTIES/FOLLOWERSHIP/TRAINING (Using AFI 36-2618, The Enlisted Force Structure, as the standard
of performance expectations commensurate with the ratee's rank; assess to what degree the ratee complied with the following performance expectations.)
1. Mission Accomplishment: Consider the Airman's ability to lead and produce timely, high quality/quantity, mission-oriented results. Resource Utilization
(e.g. time, management, equipment, manpower and budget): Consider how effectively the Airman leads their team to utilize their resources to accomplish the
mission. Team Building: Consider the amount of innovation, initiative, and motivation displayed by the Airman and their subordinates (collaboration).
Mentorship: Consider how well the Airman knows their subordinates, accepts personal responsibility for them, and is accountable for their professional
development. Communication Skills: Describe how well the Airman communicates (includes listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills) in various
mediums, translates superior's direction into specific tasks and responsibilities, fosters an environment for open dialogue, and enhances communication skills of
subordinates. Comply with/Enforce Standards: Consider personal adherence and how the Airman fosters an environment where everyone enforces fitness
standards, dress and personal appearance, customs and courtesies, and professional conduct. Duty Environments: Rate how well the Airman establishes and
maintains caring, respectful, and dignified environments while valuing diversity; to include promoting a healthy organizational climate. Training: Describes how
well the Airman and their team complies with upgrade, duty position, and certification requirements.
Not-Rated
Met some but not all expectations
Met all expectations
Exceeded some, but not all expectations
Exceed most, if not all expectations
2. COMMENTS (Minimum 1 line, but limited to 8 lines)
IV. WHOLE AIRMAN CONCEPT
1. Air Force Core Values: Consider how well the Airman adopts, internalizes, demonstrates and insists on adherence of our Air Force Core Values of Integrity
First, Service Before Self and Excellence in All We Do. Personal and Professional Development: Consider effort the Airman devoted to improve their
subordinates, their work center/unit and themselves. Esprit de corps and Community Relations: Consider how well the Airman promotes camaraderie,
enhances esprit de corps, and develops Air Force ambassadors.
Not-Rated
Met some but not all expectations
Met all expectations
Exceeded some, but not all expectations
Exceed most, if not all expectations
2. COMMENTS (Minimum 1 line, but limited to 2 lines)
AF FORM 911, 20150731, V2
PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE
PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION: The information in this form is
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. Protect IAW the Privacy Act of 1974.
ENLISTED PERFORMANCE REPORT (MSgt thru SMSgt)
PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
AUTHORITY: Title 10 United States Code (U.S.C.) 8013, Secretary of the Air Force; AFI 36-2406, and Executive Order 9397 (SSN), as amended.
PURPOSE: Used to document effectiveness/duty performance history; promotion; school and assignment selection; reduction-in-force; control roster;
reenlistment; separation; research and statistical analysis.
ROUTINE USES: May specifically be disclosed outside the DoD as a routine use pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 552a(b)(3). DoD Blanket Routine Uses apply.
DISCLOSURE: Mandatory. Not providing SSN may cause form to not be processed or to positively identify the person being evaluated.
SORN: F036 AF PC A, Effectiveness/Performance Reporting Records
I. RATEE IDENTIFICATION DATA (Refer to AFI 36-2406 for instructions on completing this form)
2. SSN
3. RANK
4. DAFSC
1. NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
5. ORGANIZATION, COMMAND, AND LOCATION
6. PAS CODE
7. SRID
8. PERIOD OF REPORT (DD Mmm YYYY)
11. REASON FOR REPORT
Thru:
From:
II. JOB DESCRIPTION
1. DUTY TITLE
2. KEY DUTIES, TASKS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Primary and Additional Duties) (Minimum of 1 line, but limited to 4 lines)
III. PERFORMANCE IN LEADERSHIP/PRIMARY DUTIES/FOLLOWERSHIP/TRAINING (Using AFI 36-2618, The Enlisted Force Structure, as the standard
of performance expectations commensurate with the ratee's rank; assess to what degree the ratee complied with the following performance expectations.)
1. Mission Accomplishment: Consider the Airman's ability to lead and produce timely, high quality/quantity, mission-oriented results. Resource Utilization
(e.g. time, management, equipment, manpower and budget): Consider how effectively the Airman leads their team to utilize their resources to accomplish the
mission. Team Building: Consider the amount of innovation, initiative, and motivation displayed by the Airman and their subordinates (collaboration).
Mentorship: Consider how well the Airman knows their subordinates, accepts personal responsibility for them, and is accountable for their professional
development. Communication Skills: Describe how well the Airman communicates (includes listening, reading, speaking, and writing skills) in various
mediums, translates superior's direction into specific tasks and responsibilities, fosters an environment for open dialogue, and enhances communication skills of
subordinates. Comply with/Enforce Standards: Consider personal adherence and how the Airman fosters an environment where everyone enforces fitness
standards, dress and personal appearance, customs and courtesies, and professional conduct. Duty Environments: Rate how well the Airman establishes and
maintains caring, respectful, and dignified environments while valuing diversity; to include promoting a healthy organizational climate. Training: Describes how
well the Airman and their team complies with upgrade, duty position, and certification requirements.
Not-Rated
Met some but not all expectations
Met all expectations
Exceeded some, but not all expectations
Exceed most, if not all expectations
2. COMMENTS (Minimum 1 line, but limited to 8 lines)
IV. WHOLE AIRMAN CONCEPT
1. Air Force Core Values: Consider how well the Airman adopts, internalizes, demonstrates and insists on adherence of our Air Force Core Values of Integrity
First, Service Before Self and Excellence in All We Do. Personal and Professional Development: Consider effort the Airman devoted to improve their
subordinates, their work center/unit and themselves. Esprit de corps and Community Relations: Consider how well the Airman promotes camaraderie,
enhances esprit de corps, and develops Air Force ambassadors.
Not-Rated
Met some but not all expectations
Met all expectations
Exceeded some, but not all expectations
Exceed most, if not all expectations
2. COMMENTS (Minimum 1 line, but limited to 2 lines)
AF FORM 911, 20150731, V2
PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE
PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION: The information in this form is
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. Protect IAW the Privacy Act of 1974.
RATEE NAME:
V. OVERALL PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT (Overall assessment of performance
during rating period commensurate with Sections III-IV.)
Not-Rated
Met some but not all expectations
Met all expectations
Exceeded some, but not all expectations
Exceed most, if not all expectations
VI. RATER INFORMATION (
)
Signature signifies this is an unbiased assessment and all ACA feedback sessions were completed as required per AFI 36-2406
DUTY TITLE
DATE
NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE, ORGN, CMD, AND LOCATION
SSN
SIGNATURE
CONCUR
NON-CONCUR
VII. ADDITIONAL RATER'S COMMENTS
(Comments are optional unless required for Referral; if not used state "This Section Not Used")
1. COMMENTS (Comments are optional unless required for Referral; if not used, state "This Section Not Used") (Minimum of 1 line, but maximum of 2 lines)
DUTY TITLE
DATE
NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE, ORGN, CMD, AND LOCATION
SSN
SIGNATURE
VIII. UNIT COMMANDER/MILITARY OR CIVILIAN DIRECTOR/OTHER AUTHORIZED REVIEWER'S COMMENTS
CONCUR
NON-CONCUR
1. FUTURE ROLES
1.
2.
3.
2. EDUCATION
3. PROMOTION ELIGIBLE
4. THIS IS A
5. QUALITY FORCE REVIEW (Ratee's personnel record
REFERRAL REPORT
(as of closeout date)
(Promotion eligibility as-of closeout date)
has been reviewed for quality force indicators during the
reporting period)
CCAF Conferred PME Complete
DUTY TITLE
DATE
NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE, ORGN, CMD, AND LOCATION
SSN
SIGNATURE
IX. FINAL EVALUATOR'S COMMENTS (Limit text to 1 optional line, if not used state "This Section Not Used")
CONCUR
NON-CONCUR
A. FINAL EVALUATOR POSITION
B. SENIOR RATER STRATIFICATION: (This section restricted to Senior Rater only)
FORCED ENDORSEMENT
NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE, ORGN, CMD, AND LOCATION
DUTY TITLE
DATE
SSN
SIGNATURE
X. FUNCTIONAL EXAMINER/AIR FORCE ADVISOR
(Indicate applicable review by marking the appropriate box)
FUNCTIONAL EXAMINER
AIR FORCE ADVISOR
NAME, RANK, BRANCH OF SERVICE, ORGN, CMD, AND LOCATION
DUTY TITLE
DATE
SSN
SIGNATURE
XI. REMARKS (Only use this section to spell out uncommon acronyms or to place required comments IAW AFI 36-2406.)
I acknowledge all required ACA feedback was accomplished during the reporting period and feedback was provided upon
receipt of this report (unless otherwise stated above).
SIGNATURE
DATE
AF FORM 911, 20150731, V2
PRIVACY ACT INFORMATION: The information in this form is
PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY. Protect IAW the Privacy Act of 1974.
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