Armed Forces News

Airmen with more than 12 years of service will be able to re-enlist for indefinite terms, under a new policy change. Stars and Stripes reported Oct. 28 that the service’s senior enlisted leader, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright, announced the change in an Oct. 27 posting on his Facebook page. The change would take effect Nov. 18, and would eliminate the need to reenlist every four to six years. Airmen who opt for indefinite reenlistment would have to accept additional service commitments, Stars and Stripes reported an internal service memo as stating.