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MEMORANDUM FOR ## FSS/FSMPD

FROM: ## <SQU>/CC

SUBJECT: Promotion Recommendation

1. I recommend Promotion for <RANK> <FNAME> <MI>. <LNAME>, FR123-45-6789 for promotion to <RANK>. Member’s date of rank should be effective <TODAY'S DATE>  with an effective date of <DATE OF RANK>.


2. If any further information is required please contact my unit First Sergeant, MSgt XXX XXXX at DSN XXX-XXXX.



                                                                                            <Commander's Signature BLOCK>, USAF
                                                                                            Commander


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See Non-Recommendation for Promotion as well


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