AF turns to Web personnel services

AF turns to Web personnel services

Starting Monday, Air Force personnel will no longer have to wait in line to review their records. They can view them online.

Several Web services will become available to Air Force users on March 15. They will be able to update emergency data, apply for an assignment change, request a proof-of-service letter for home loans, or update common information such as home address, telephone number or religious preference.

'The primary goal of our virtual services is to save time for our airmen and commanders in the field,' Maj. Gen. Thomas A. O'Riordan, Air Force Personnel Center commander, said in the announcement.

Users who need help can access the Air Force Contact Center toll-free at 800-638-3487, the general said.

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