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Professional Military Education Letters

Graduation from the NCO Academy (NCOA)

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Congratulations on your graduation from the NCO Academy. We at the (UNIT) are very proud of you. I am sure this phase of your Professional Military Education was a challenging and stimulating experience.

Attendance at the NCO Academy is a privilege granted to only those deserving. It is important for building better leaders in the United States Air Force through the broadening of leadership and management skills. Your graduation demonstrates your ability to meet the challenge put forth to you academically and militarily.

I encourage you to apply the training you received to your duty section and the organization. The experience and knowledge you have gained from this training will be worth sharing and most certainly will enhance your Air Force career


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