This website is dedicated to completing that portion of the AF Form 910 that gives people the most trouble: the Performance Assessment blocks. Generally, as ratees, our main responsibility in completing the EPR is turning in a list of golden EPR Bullets. But let's not underestimate the importance of this task —it is important. The better the EPR Bullets, the easier it is to justify a firewall 5 EPR. And the more firewall 5 EPRs you earn, the sooner you get promoted and the sooner you go on to bigger and better challenges. Like a tiny acorn that grows into a mighty oak, it all starts with the lowly EPR Bullet.


How to Decipher and Read an EPR

EPRs are required to be written in a format peculiar to the U.S. Air Force. When accomplishments are listed in an annual performance report, they are limited to a single or sometimes two lines. This means that a feat that may have taken months of planning and effort must be fully described in one line. More...


When your Troop Doesn't Play Ball

Although Airmen don't write their own EPRs, they are expected to keep track of their accomplishments and provide a list of EPR inputs when it's time for EPRs. Once in a while, even after being asked several times, an Airman will not provide any inputs at all. This puts you in a tough spot because...More


Watch that Format

Anyone who's been through ALS knows that bullet statement format is the format required for entries in the AF Form 910 but in case you've forgotten just what bullet statement format is, we'll go over it again...More


Writing Strong EPR Bullets

Most of the time, we don't need help identifying our accomplishments. We know what we do. The problem is how to make those bullet statements sound good! It's the impact portion of the EPR Bullet, the positive result of an accomplishment, that give us the most frustration. More...


You Can't Say That!

Although the EPR is a record of an Airman's performance during the reporting period, there are some things we're not allowed to include in an EPR even if they did occur during the reporting period. The Air Force considers certain topics to be inappropriate...More


Overcoming Inertia

Sometimes it takes a certain amount of motivation to get Airmen to change their behavior. One of the behaviors that takes some time and effort to change is an Airman's willingness to be promoted. Believe it or not, many Airman really don't want to be promoted! More...