ARPC

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AcronymDefinition
ARPCAir Reserve Personnel Center (US DoD)
ARPCArp Client
ARPCAccredited Retirement Plan Consultant (Society of Professional Administrators and Record Keepers)
ARPCAustralian Reinsurance Pool Corporation
ARPCAssociate Reformed Presbyterian Church
ARPCAnalysis.Research.Planning Corporation (Washington, DC)
ARPCAuthorization Response Cryptogram
ARPCAlliance for the Restoration of Peace and Counterterrorism
ARPCAsynchronous Remote Procedure Call
ARPCAssociazione Italiana per la Ricerca Psicologica sul Cancro
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(Editor's note: In an effort to ensure Reserve Citizen Airmen stay up-to-date on personnel information important to them, Citizen Airman will run regular features from the Air Reserve Personnel Center in the magazine.
He previously served as Judge Advocate for the Colorado Army and Air National Guard, as the sole civilian attorney at the Air Reserve Personnel Center, and as a federal magistrate judge.
"This is a great example of the vPC-GR's capability to let our airmen submit their forms and have a systematic visibility on their status throughout the chain of command," said Dave Gallop, Air Reserve Personnel Center's Directorate of Personnel Data Systems director.
The AF3 working group is comprised of people from each AFRC numbered air force, the Air Reserve Personnel Center, all AFRC directorates, and the Reserve headquarters staff.
It works with Air Force manpower, personnel and services (A1), the Air Force Personnel Center, the Air Reserve Personnel Center and other human resources customers to capture information technology systems requirements in support of the A1 enterprise.
Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center strives to provide Reserve Citizen Airmen exceptional personnel services and products.
Headquarters Air Reserve Personnel Center strives to provide Reserve Citizen Airmen exceptional customer service throughout the Airman life cycle through innovation and process improvement.
Sachiko Boland, a staff sergeant in the Air Force Reserve who serves as a separations specialist at the Air Reserve Personnel Center in Denver, was strolling around the Colorado Renaissance Festival in the summer of 1999 in a Renaissance-period costume when she unwillingly picked up a small passenger.
About four years ago, the Headquarters Readiness Integration Organization aligned under the Air Reserve Personnel Center, which also realigned some personnel and processes.
As the Air Reserve Personnel Center command chief, Chief Master Sgt.