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1 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine Completing an AF Form 1206, Nomination for Award Brought to you by: AFMentor.com

2 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 2 "Recognition is vital - it makes you stand out." CMSgt Chuck Shorette

3 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 3 Bullet Writing ReviewBullet Writing Review ReferencesReferences QualificationsQualifications CategoriesCategories Types of awardsTypes of awards Company Grade OfficerCompany Grade Officer SNCO/NCOSNCO/NCO CivilianCivilian Air Force Medical ServiceAir Force Medical Service Review and EditReview and Edit Overview

4 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 4 Three parts to a bulletThree parts to a bullet Start with strong impact word (action verb, past tense)Start with strong impact word (action verb, past tense) Followed with the factFollowed with the fact Support fact with impact/resultsSupport fact with impact/results Use single bulletsUse single bullets No wraparoundsNo wraparounds Use sub-bullet only when needed to add impactUse sub-bullet only when needed to add impact Avoid fluffy, feel-good phrases (flowery words)Avoid fluffy, feel-good phrases (flowery words) Define all acronyms and abbreviations first before using themDefine all acronyms and abbreviations first before using them Try to avoid leaving white spaceTry to avoid leaving white space Bullet Writing Review

5 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 5 Action verbAction verb EngineeredEngineered The factThe fact a widget inspection devicea widget inspection device The impactThe impact saved 360 man-hours a yearsaved 360 man-hours a year The bulletThe bullet - Engineered a widget inspection device…saved 360 man-hours a year Bullet Writing Review

6 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 6 References 311 HSWI 36-1, Military Personnel Awards Program311 HSWI 36-1, Military Personnel Awards Program 311 HSWI 36-6, Civilian Personnel Awards Program311 HSWI 36-6, Civilian Personnel Awards Program AFI , Medical Service AwardsAFI , Medical Service Awards AFI , Special Trophies and AwardsAFI , Special Trophies and Awards

7 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 7 Qualifications Company Grade Officer and enlisted (Brooks City-Base awards)Company Grade Officer and enlisted (Brooks City-Base awards) Be on extended active duty and assigned to a Brooks City-Base (BCB) organization (includes tenant units) during the award period. For annual award submission, nominee must have been assigned to BCB for a minimum of six months for enlisted and eight months in current job position along with one year in AFMC for CGOs or (enlisted only) be a previous base-level quarterly award winner. Tenant units are eligible to compete for the BCB Annual Award, however submission to the Aeronautical Systems Center Annual Awards will be the top nominee from within the AFMC chain of command.

8 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 8 Qualifications Be serving in a grade appropriate for the award on the last day of the award period for quarterly nominations. For enlisted, annual award nominees compete in the category of the grade held for the longest period of time during the award period. Officers must be CGOs on 31 Dec to compete for annual awards. Not have been punished by court-martial or Article 15 during the one-year period immediately preceding the award period. Not have a UIF or have been placed on Control Roster during the award period.

9 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 9 Qualifications Civilians (Brooks City-Base awards)Civilians (Brooks City-Base awards) Be assigned to a BCB organization during the award period. For annual award submission nominee must be assigned to BCB for a minimum of six months. Be serving in a grade appropriate for the award on the last day of the award period. For annual awards, nominees compete in the category of the grade held for the longest period of time during the award period. Not have received an unfavorable personnel action during the award period.

10 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 10 Categories MilitaryMilitary Airmen of the Quarter/Year NCO of the Quarter/Year SNCO of the Quarter/Year CGO of the Quarter/Year Honor Guard of the Quarter/Year First Sergeant of the Year Additional Duty First Sergeant of the Year

11 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 11 Categories CivilianCivilian Category I: Student Aids (all grades) Category II: GS-3 through GS-5 Category III: GS-6 through GS-8 Category IV: GS-9 through GS-11 Category V: GS-12 and GS/GM13 Category VI: All WG/WL/WS Category VII: NAF

12 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 12 Types of Awards QuarterlyQuarterly AnnualAnnual Air Force Medical ServiceAir Force Medical Service IndividualIndividual TeamTeam Special recognitionSpecial recognition

13 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 13 Company Grade Officer (CGO) CGO Quarterly Awards (20 lines)CGO Quarterly Awards (20 lines) LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (10 lines, max 30 pts)LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (10 lines, max 30 pts) Rate the members leadership and job performance in their primary assigned duty, including consistency and creativity in duty performance. Points are awarded based on the degree to which the nominees performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current calendar quarter.Rate the members leadership and job performance in their primary assigned duty, including consistency and creativity in duty performance. Points are awarded based on the degree to which the nominees performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current calendar quarter.

14 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 14 CGO Quarterly AwardsCGO Quarterly Awards SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts)SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts) The member must have shown personal efforts towards self- improvement through off-duty education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, development of creative abilities, etc. Assign points based on the degree to which the nominee has been formally recognized for his/her accomplishments.The member must have shown personal efforts towards self- improvement through off-duty education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, development of creative abilities, etc. Assign points based on the degree to which the nominee has been formally recognized for his/her accomplishments. Company Grade Officer (CGO)

15 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 15 CGO Quarterly AwardsCGO Quarterly Awards BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts)BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts) The results of the nominees accomplishments must set them apart from others of equal or higher grade through the display of leadership qualities and attributes, both on and off duty. Demonstrated ability as a positive representative of the Air Force, to include participation in base and local community activities and programs.The results of the nominees accomplishments must set them apart from others of equal or higher grade through the display of leadership qualities and attributes, both on and off duty. Demonstrated ability as a positive representative of the Air Force, to include participation in base and local community activities and programs. Company Grade Officer (CGO)

16 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 16 CGO Annual Awards (one page)CGO Annual Awards (one page) LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (max 30 pts)LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (max 30 pts) Rate the members leadership and job performance in their primary assigned duty, including consistency and creativity in duty performance. Points are awarded based on the degree to which the nominees performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current calendar quarter.Rate the members leadership and job performance in their primary assigned duty, including consistency and creativity in duty performance. Points are awarded based on the degree to which the nominees performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current calendar quarter. Company Grade Officer (CGO)

17 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 17 CGO Annual AwardsCGO Annual Awards SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (max 15 pts)SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (max 15 pts) The member must have shown personal efforts towards self- improvement through off-duty education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, development of creative abilities, etc. Assign points based on the degree to which the nominee has been formally recognized for his/her accomplishments.The member must have shown personal efforts towards self- improvement through off-duty education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, development of creative abilities, etc. Assign points based on the degree to which the nominee has been formally recognized for his/her accomplishments. Company Grade Officer (CGO)

18 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 18 CGO Annual AwardsCGO Annual Awards BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (max 15 pts)BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (max 15 pts) The results of the nominees accomplishments must set them apart from others of equal or higher grade through the display of leadership qualities and attributes, both on and off duty. Demonstrated ability as a positive representative of the Air Force, to include participation in base and local community activities and programs.The results of the nominees accomplishments must set them apart from others of equal or higher grade through the display of leadership qualities and attributes, both on and off duty. Demonstrated ability as a positive representative of the Air Force, to include participation in base and local community activities and programs. Company Grade Officer (CGO)

19 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 19 SNCO/NCO SNCO/NCO Quarterly Awards (20 lines)SNCO/NCO Quarterly Awards (20 lines) LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (10 lines, max 30 pts)LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (10 lines, max 30 pts) Describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or mission. Include results of Air Force, MAJCOM, Numbered Air Force-level inspections and/or evaluations. Include awards received; e.g., NCO of the Quarter, Maintenance Professional of the Year, and so forth.Describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or mission. Include results of Air Force, MAJCOM, Numbered Air Force-level inspections and/or evaluations. Include awards received; e.g., NCO of the Quarter, Maintenance Professional of the Year, and so forth.

20 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 20 SNCO/NCO Quarterly AwardsSNCO/NCO Quarterly Awards SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts)SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (5 lines, max 15 pts) Show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., formal training, career development course enrollment or completion, on-the-job training, certifications, off-duty education related to primary duties, and so forth. Include completion of any professional military education as well as any awards earned during in- residence. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military citizen.Show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., formal training, career development course enrollment or completion, on-the-job training, certifications, off-duty education related to primary duties, and so forth. Include completion of any professional military education as well as any awards earned during in- residence. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military citizen. SNCO/NCO

21 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 21 SNCO/NCO Quarterly AwardsSNCO/NCO Quarterly Awards BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (5 lines, max 20 pts)BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (5 lines, max 20 pts) Define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership, or participation in unit advisory councils, professional organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of the Top 3, enlisted dining-out committee, member of the Air Force Sergeants Association, Sunday school teacher, and so forth.Define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership, or participation in unit advisory councils, professional organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of the Top 3, enlisted dining-out committee, member of the Air Force Sergeants Association, Sunday school teacher, and so forth. SNCO/NCO

22 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 22 SNCO/NCO Annual Awards (one page)SNCO/NCO Annual Awards (one page) LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (max 30 pts)LEADERSHIP AND JOB PERFORMANCE IN PRIMARY DUTY (max 30 pts) Describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or mission. Include results of Air Force, MAJCOM, Numbered Air Force-level inspections and/or evaluations. Include awards received; e.g., NCO of the Quarter, Maintenance Professional of the Year, and so forth.Describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or mission. Include results of Air Force, MAJCOM, Numbered Air Force-level inspections and/or evaluations. Include awards received; e.g., NCO of the Quarter, Maintenance Professional of the Year, and so forth. SNCO/NCO

23 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 23 SNCO/NCO Annual AwardsSNCO/NCO Annual Awards SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (max 15 pts)SIGNIFICANT SELF-IMPROVEMENT (max 15 pts) Show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., formal training, career development course enrollment or completion, on-the-job training, certifications, off-duty education related to primary duties, and so forth. Include completion of any professional military education as well as any awards earned during in- residence. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military citizen.Show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., formal training, career development course enrollment or completion, on-the-job training, certifications, off-duty education related to primary duties, and so forth. Include completion of any professional military education as well as any awards earned during in- residence. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military citizen. SNCO/NCO

24 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 24 SNCO/NCO Annual AwardsSNCO/NCO Annual Awards BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (max 20 pts)BASE OR COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT (max 20 pts) Define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership, or participation in unit advisory councils, professional organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of the Top 3, enlisted dining-out committee, member of the Air Force Sergeants Association, Sunday school teacher, and so forth.Define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership, or participation in unit advisory councils, professional organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of the Top 3, enlisted dining-out committee, member of the Air Force Sergeants Association, Sunday school teacher, and so forth. SNCO/NCO

25 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 25 Civilian Civilian Quarterly Awards – Describe throughout the package how the employee exhibited outstanding qualities such as leadership, motivation, professionalism, resourcefulness, and versatility during the nomination period. (25 lines)Civilian Quarterly Awards – Describe throughout the package how the employee exhibited outstanding qualities such as leadership, motivation, professionalism, resourcefulness, and versatility during the nomination period. (25 lines) Contributions to Organizational Mission and Management Goals (10 lines)Contributions to Organizational Mission and Management Goals (10 lines) Describe how the nominees job performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current quarter

26 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 26 Civilian Quarterly AwardsCivilian Quarterly Awards Customer Service (5 lines)Customer Service (5 lines) Describe how the individual or examples of how the individual provides quality work to customers. Also, describe the individuals relationship with others. Civilian

27 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 27 Civilian Quarterly AwardsCivilian Quarterly Awards Training, Development and Self-Improvement Initiatives (5 lines)Training, Development and Self-Improvement Initiatives (5 lines) Describe efforts towards self-improvement such as education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, and development of creative abilities. Civilian

28 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 28 Civilian Quarterly AwardsCivilian Quarterly Awards Community Involvement (5 lines)Community Involvement (5 lines) Describe participation in base and local community activities and programs. Civilian

29 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 29 Civilian Annual Awards – Describe throughout the package how the employee exhibited outstanding qualities such as leadership, motivation, professionalism, resourcefulness, and versatility during the nomination period. (45 lines)Civilian Annual Awards – Describe throughout the package how the employee exhibited outstanding qualities such as leadership, motivation, professionalism, resourcefulness, and versatility during the nomination period. (45 lines) Contributions to Organizational Mission and Management Goals (15 lines)Contributions to Organizational Mission and Management Goals (15 lines) Describe how the nominees job performance contributed significantly to increase mission effectiveness during the current quarter Civilian

30 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 30 Civilian Annual AwardsCivilian Annual Awards Customer Service (10 lines)Customer Service (10 lines) Describe how the individual or examples of how the individual provides quality work to customers. Also, describe the individuals relationship with others. Civilian

31 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 31 Civilian Annual AwardsCivilian Annual Awards Training, Development and Self-Improvement Initiatives (10 lines)Training, Development and Self-Improvement Initiatives (10 lines) Describe efforts towards self-improvement such as education, achievements in professional or cultural societies or associations, and development of creative abilities. Civilian

32 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 32 Civilian Annul AwardsCivilian Annul Awards Community Involvement (10 lines)Community Involvement (10 lines) Describe participation in base and local community activities and programs. Civilian

33 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 33 Individual (one page)Individual (one page) Leadership and Job Performance (60 pts): describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define the scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or the mission during the award period. Quarterly or annual awards may also be included in this section.Leadership and Job Performance (60 pts): describe significant leadership accomplishments and how well the member performed assigned primary and additional duties. Define the scope and level of responsibilities and the impact on the mission and unit. Include any new initiatives or techniques developed by the member that positively impacted the unit and/or the mission during the award period. Quarterly or annual awards may also be included in this section. Air Force Medical Service

34 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 34 IndividualIndividual Significant Self-Improvement (20 pts): show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., achievements in professional societies or associations, off-duty education related to primary duties, formal training, Career Development Course enrollment or completion, On-the-Job Training, certifications, etc. Include completion of any professional military education (PME) as well as awards earned during in-residence attendance. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military member during the nomination period.Significant Self-Improvement (20 pts): show how the member developed or improved skills related to primary duties; e.g., achievements in professional societies or associations, off-duty education related to primary duties, formal training, Career Development Course enrollment or completion, On-the-Job Training, certifications, etc. Include completion of any professional military education (PME) as well as awards earned during in-residence attendance. Include any off-duty education not directly related to primary duties; e.g., class, course, degree enrollment and/or completion, grade point average. Cite any other relevant training or activity that significantly enhanced the members value as a military member during the nomination period. Air Force Medical Service

35 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 35 Air Force Medical Service IndividualIndividual Base and Community Involvement (20 pts): define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership or participation in unit advisory councils, professional military organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of Company Grade Officers Council, President of Top Three, unit dining-out committee, member of Air Force Association, Sunday School teacher, and so forth.Base and Community Involvement (20 pts): define the scope and impact of the members positive leadership and involvement in both the military and civilian community. Include leadership, membership or participation in unit advisory councils, professional military organizations, associations, and events; e.g., President of Company Grade Officers Council, President of Top Three, unit dining-out committee, member of Air Force Association, Sunday School teacher, and so forth.

36 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 36 Air Force Medical Service Team (one page)Team (one page) Team Goals (10 pts): the teams annual goal(s) that support AFMS and local strategic goals with related outcome measures.Team Goals (10 pts): the teams annual goal(s) that support AFMS and local strategic goals with related outcome measures. Team Accomplishments (40 pts): list actual or expected outcomes. When outcomes have not yet been realized, describe the expected/intended outcomes. If expected outcomes were not achieved, team efforts to redefine the goal/outcome should be included.Team Accomplishments (40 pts): list actual or expected outcomes. When outcomes have not yet been realized, describe the expected/intended outcomes. If expected outcomes were not achieved, team efforts to redefine the goal/outcome should be included. Community and Customer Service (20 pts): efforts employed by the team to identify and meet community and customer needs and desires.Community and Customer Service (20 pts): efforts employed by the team to identify and meet community and customer needs and desires. Team Performance (20 pts): Other team accomplishments that demonstrate integration, collegiality, and significant contribution to increased mission effectiveness.Team Performance (20 pts): Other team accomplishments that demonstrate integration, collegiality, and significant contribution to increased mission effectiveness. Outstanding Team Members (10 pts): significant self-improvement of individual team members (e.g., off-duty education) or contribution by a team member (s) to professional societies or associations.Outstanding Team Members (10 pts): significant self-improvement of individual team members (e.g., off-duty education) or contribution by a team member (s) to professional societies or associations.

37 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 37 Special Recognition USAF First Sergeant of the Year Award.USAF First Sergeant of the Year Award. 12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year.12 Outstanding Airmen of the Year. General and Mrs. Jerome F. OMalley Award.General and Mrs. Jerome F. OMalley Award. Verne Orr Award.Verne Orr Award. Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year Award.Joan Orr Air Force Spouse of the Year Award. Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award.Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award. Koren Kolligian TrophyKoren Kolligian Trophy Collier TrophyCollier Trophy Cheney AwardCheney Award Aviators Valor AwardAviators Valor Award Mackay TrophyMackay Trophy General Thomas D. White USAF Space TrophyGeneral Thomas D. White USAF Space Trophy SEE AFI , SPECIAL TROPHIES AND AWARDS FOR REQUIERMENTS

38 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 38 Review and Edit ReviewReview Look at what you have writtenLook at what you have written Does the bullet start with an action verb?Does the bullet start with an action verb? Did you state the fact?Did you state the fact? Did you include the impact?Did you include the impact? Edit bullets that need itEdit bullets that need it Make the impact strongMake the impact strong Fill the lineFill the line ReviewReview EditEdit ReviewReview EditEdit ReviewReview

39 Birthplace, Home and Future of Aerospace Medicine 39 Bullet Writing ReviewBullet Writing Review ReferencesReferences QualificationsQualifications CategoriesCategories Types of awardsTypes of awards Company Grade OfficerCompany Grade Officer SNCO/NCOSNCO/NCO CivilianCivilian Air Force Medical ServiceAir Force Medical Service Review and EditReview and Edit Summary


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