AFSA NCO of the Year

Named in honor of TSgt Virgil Perry, an AFSA founder, to recognize and honor outstanding NCOs and to encourage them to continue with their desire to be exceptional representatives of the United States Air Force, their country, and AFSA.

Eligibility: The nominee must be serving as an Active Duty, ANG, or AFRC Airman in the ranks of E-5 or E-6 as of December 31 of the calendar year immediately preceding the year of consideration. Selected division Airmen who are promoted to E-7 prior to the annual international meeting but after Dec 31 of the preceding calendar year may represent their division at the international competition.

The nominee must be a member of AFSA prior to 1 Jul of the year in which being nominated. (i.e. for 2020 submission, nominee must have been an AFSA member prior to 1 Jul 2020).

The award package will include the following items at the time of submission or it will not be graded:

  • Unit Cover Letter; AFSA Manual 100-5, Attachment 3
  • Personal Biography (Use Division 3 Biography Template)
  • Upper torso color photograph
  • Full frontal color photograph
  • AFSA Form 100, limited to 18 lines and outline the number of bullets in each category. (See Attachment 2)
  • The AFSA Form 100 will contain the following categories:
  • Leadership and Job Performance in Primary Duties (Scoring: 60 pts) Limited to seven bullets plus the heading.
  • Whole Airman Concept (Non-AFSA Related) (Scoring: 20 pts) Limited to four bullets plus the heading.
  • AFSA Involvement Base and Community (Scoring: 20 pts) Limited to four bullets plus the heading.