ENLISTED PERFORMANCE REPORT (AB thru TSgt)
I. RATEE IDENTIFICATION DATA (Refer to AFI 36-2406 for instructions on completing this form)

 1. NAME (Last, First, Middle Initial)
   

Enter last name, first name, MI, and Jr., Sr., etc. If there is no middle initial, use of “NMI” is optional. The name may be all upper case or a combination of upper and lower case.

  2. SSN
   

Enter Social Security Number.

  3. GRADE
   

Enter appropriate grade. If the member is:
  • a. On AD, enter the grade held on the close-out date.
  • b. On EAD under Title 10 U.S.C. 12310 (AGR program), also enter “AGR”.
  • c. Non-AD, enter the grade he or she served in on the report's close-out date and also enter “Non-EAD”.
  • d. On Active Guard/Reserve tour, enter “AGR”.
  • e. On limited EAD tour (Title 10 U.S.C. Section 12301 (d)), enter “LEAD”.

  4. DAFSC
   

Enter DAFSC held as of the “THRU” date of the report, to include prefix and suffix (if applicable).

  5. ORGANIZATION, COMMAND, LOCATION, AND COMPONENT  
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Enter the ratee’s organizational information as of the close-out date. Organization will not necessarily be the same as what's on the EPR RIP. The goal is an accurate description of where and to whom the member belongs on the report close date. Use the guidance below:
  • a. Enter the organizational designation, MAJCOM, and location (if classified, enter “Classified” in place of organization).
  • b. If the command assignment is an integral part of the organization name, such as "AMC/DP," it’s unnecessary to repeat the command (AMC) within parentheses.
  • c. If the ratee is assigned to one location but performing duty at another, enter assigned information followed by organizational designation, command, and location where duty was actually performed, such as: HQ AFPC Randolph AFB TX w/duty at Air Force Human Resources Lab (AFMC) Brooks AFB TX.

  6. PAS CODE   space
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Enter PAS code and Senior Rater ID (SRID) for ratee’s unit of assignment as of close-out date.

  7. SRID   space
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Enter PAS code and Senior Rater ID (SRID) for ratee’s unit of assignment as of close-out date.

 8. PERIOD OF REPORT  
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From:         Thru:

FROM Date: Enter day following the last report’s close-out date. If the member is:
  • a. On AD or non-AD, and has a previous report on file, use the day following the close-out date of the previous report.
  • b. On AD but has not had a previous report on current AD tour, use the day of entry/reentry on AD (the EAD date in the PDS).
  • c. Non-AD and has not had a previous report, use the date of assignment to the Reserve or DOR to SSgt, as applicable.

THRU Date: Use the date on the EPR notice. To determine the close-out date, if the reason for the report is:
  • a. Annual, use the date one year from the close-out of previous report, or:
    • (1) If needed, adjust the close-out to the date on which the rater achieves the number of days of supervision or points required by Table 3.1. or Table 3.2., as appropriate.
    • (2) If one year has already passed and a CRO is processed before the rater achieves the minimum 120 days of supervision, adjust the close-out to the date prior to the CRO effective date, provided the rater has completed at least 60 days supervision.
    • (3) If the member is non-AD USAFR who has not had a previous report, and the “FROM” date is the member’s DOR to SSgt, the thru date will be two years from the DOR to SSgt (i.e., DOR and “FROM” date is 1 May 96, then “THRU” date will be 1 May 98).
    • (4) The date approved by the appropriate waiver authority per a request for an extension of the close-out date.
  • b. CRO (including events of emergency or no-notice departure), use the day before the effective date of change, or:
    • (1) If the report is mandatory as a result of pending separation, retirement, or PCS of the rater, or PCS or separation of the ratee, use the date 30 calendar days before the rater’s or ratee’s projected departure date, or:
      • (a) If the 30-day Rule will cause a ratee to be ineligible for a report due to lack of supervision, adjust the close-out to the date within the 30-day window on which the rater completes 120 days of supervision.
      • (b) If the ratee is non-AD, adjust the close-out date within the 30-day window to the date the ratee completes the minimum 16-point requirement.
      • (c) To record significant events, use the adjusted date (within the 30-day window) approved by the commander.
  • c. Directed by (HQ USAF or Commander [MAJCOM, wing, group, squadron], as appropriate), then use the date:
    • (1) As specified in the message directing the report.
    • (2) The ratee was placed in MIA, captured, or detained in captive status.
    • (3) One day before being placed on the control roster if the report is directed as a result of placement on the control roster.
NOTE: Never close a report out on or after the actual departure, retirement, or separation date of the rater or ratee. If a departure, separation, or retirement date changes after establishment of the “THRU” date of a report, it is not necessary to adjust the close-out date if it is no more than 40 days before the actual departure date, unless the change causes the number of days of supervision to meet or exceed the specifications of Table 3.7. and Table 3.8. Reports prepared and accepted for file under the CRO rule remain valid even if the condition is later canceled.

  9. NO. DAYS SUPERVISION  
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Enter number of days ratee was supervised by rater during reporting period. If the report is being written by the rater’s rater, enter number of days the evaluator had written or personal knowledge of the ratee's duty performance during the reporting period. For non-AD USAFR personnel promoted to SSgt, compute period of supervision for their first report as a SSgt from ratee’s date of rank as a SSgt.

a. Deduct all periods of 30 or more consecutive calendar days during which the ratee did not perform normal duties under the rater's supervision because either the ratee or the rater was TDY, on leave, in patient status, in classroom training (such as attending PME at home station), AWOL, Dropped From Rolls, or in confinement. This deduction period does not include periods of loan to another section or organization when authorities do not change the rater or publish TDY orders.

b. If the ratee or rater normally performs TDY in order to fulfill duties, do not deduct those periods of TDY (For example: inspector general team members, cable installers, combat communications personnel, etc.). Unit commanders are in the best position to determine if their unit members meet this criterion.

  10. REASON FOR REPORT  
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Enter reason for the report (from EPR RIP) or as determined by AFI 36-2406 Table 3.7. (active duty) or Table 3.8. (AF Reserve)

Choices are:
-Initial
-Annual
-Change of Rating Official (CRO)
-Biennial (for AFR Non-Active Duty)
-Directed by Commander
-Directed by HQ USAF
II. JOB DESCRIPTION This section provides information about the position the ratee held in the unit and the nature/level of job responsibilities. The rater develops the information for this section.

  1. DUTY TITLE
   
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Enter the approved duty title as of the close-out date. Limit text to 2 lines. If the duty title on the notice is abbreviated and entries are not clear, spell them out. If wrong, enter correct duty title and take appropriate action to change PDS; this action should be initiated upon receipt of the EPR notice. Ensure the duty title is commensurate with the ratee’s grade, AFSC, and responsibility. Refer to AFI 36-2108 for guidance pertaining to duty titles.

Ref MPFM 07-44: Indeterminate (365-day) deployers will use the deployed duty title.

  2. SIGNIFICANT ADDITIONAL DUTY(S)
   
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Ref MPFM 07-44: Enter any significant additional duties the ratee may hold. Limit text to two lines. If no significant additional duties, enter “N/A”.

  3. KEY DUTIES, TASKS, AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Limit text to 4 lines)
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Ref AFI 36-2406: Enter clear description of ratee’s duties. Avoid jargon or acronyms. Describe tasks performed, how selective ratee’s assignment is, and scope or level of responsibility. Include dollar value of projects managed and number of people supervised. You may include earlier duties or additional duties held during reporting period if they influence ratings and comments.

Ref MPFM 07-44: Bullet format is mandatory. Limit text to four lines. Enter information about the position the ratee held in the unit and the nature or level of job responsibilities. The rater develops the information for this section. This description must reflect the uniqueness of each ratee's job. Be specific--include level of responsibility, number of people supervised, dollar value of resources accountable for/projects managed, etc. Make it clear; use plain English. Avoid jargon, acronyms, and topical references--they obscure rather than clarify meaning. You may mention previous jobs held during the reporting period only if it impacts the evaluation.

Indeterminate (365-day) deployers will use the TDY job description.
III. PERFORMANCE ASSESSMENT Place an “X” in block that accurately describes ratee’s performance. Give each factor a rating.

(Additional evaluators review reports to ensure ratings accurately describe performance and comments are compatible with/support ratings. They must return reports with unsupported statements for additional information or reconsideration of ratings. Additional Evaluators show disagreement with rating by initialing block which accurately describes performance. If block already contains initials or “X”, initial to the immediate right of the block. Comments to support disagreement are required.)

1. PRIMARY/ADDITIONAL DUTIES (For SSgt/TSgt also consider Supervisory, Leadership, and Technical Abilities) Ref MPFM 07-44: Place an “X” in the block that accurately describes the ratee’s performance in his/her primary/additional duties. Comments are mandatory, must be in bullet format, must support the rating, and are limited to four lines.

Consider Adapting, Learning, Quality, Timeliness, Professional Growth, and Communication Skills (Limit text to 4 lines)

 Does Not Meet  Meets  Above Average  Clearly Exceeds
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2. STANDARDS, CONDUCT, CHARACTER & MILITARY BEARING (For SSgt/TSgt also consider Enforcement of Standards and Customs & Courtesies) Ref MPFM 07-44: Place an “X” in the block that accurately describes how well the ratee meets Air Force standards. Comments are mandatory, must be in bullet format, must support the rating, and are limited to two lines. These bullets should demonstrate how the ratee adhered to the standards.

Consider Dress & Appearance, Personal/Professional Conduct On/Off Duty (Limit text to 2 lines)

 Does Not Meet  Meets  Above Average  Clearly Exceeds
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3. FITNESS (Maintains Air Force Physical Fitness Standards) (For referrals, limit text to 1 line) Ref MPFM 07-44: Indicate whether the ratee “Does Not Meet”, “Meets” or is “Exempt” on the fitness standard. Mark “Exempt” only for those who are exempt from all four components of the fitness assessment. If member “Does Not Meet Standards”, the rater must make a comment--can mention the score, the behavior that led to not meeting the standard, or progress in the Fitness Improvement Program. If the ratee is meeting the standard, mark the appropriate box and leave the comment area blank.

 Does Not Meet  Meets  Above Average  Clearly Exceeds

4. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS (For SSgt/TSgt also consider PME, Off-duty Education, Technical Growth, Upgrade Training)

Consider Upgrade, Ancillary, OJT, and Readiness (Limit text to 2 lines)

 Does Not Meet  Meets  Above Average  Clearly Exceeds
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5. TEAMWORK/FOLLOWERSHIP (For SSgt/TSgt also consider Leadership, Team Accomplishments, Recognition/Reward Others)

Consider Team Building, Support of Team, Followership (Limit text to 2 lines)

 Does Not Meet  Meets  Above Average  Clearly Exceeds
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6. OTHER COMMENTS

Consider Promotion, Future Duty/Assignment/Education Recommendations and Safety, Security & Human Relations (Limit text to 2 lines)
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IV. RATER INFORMATION This information is self-explanatory and contained in the EPR shell or RIP generated by the personnel section. The information entered in these blocks must match what is on the RIP. If the information on the RIP is not correct, it is your responsibility to make sure it gets corrected.

 NAME, GRADE, BR OF SVC, ORGN, COMMAND AND LOCATION
   

   

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  DUTY TITLE
   

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  DATE
   

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  SSN
   

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AF FORM 910, 20080618 PREVIOUS EDITIONS ARE OBSOLETE