9X - Special Reporting Codes (2024)

Reporting Identifiers (RI) identify authorizations and individual enlisted airmen who, for any reason, are not identifiable in the classification structure and for whom specialty descriptions are not written. The following is a complete listing of all Reporting Identifiers.

9A000
, Enlisted Airman Awaiting Retraining -- Disqualified for Reasons Beyond Control. Use this identifier to report the control and primary AFSCs of an enlisted airman who loses qualification in a former specialty for reasons over which the airman had no control, who possesses no other awarded AFSC, and who is awaiting retraining action.

9A100, Enlisted Airman Awaiting Retraining -- Disqualified for Reasons Within Control. Use this identifier to report the control and primary AFSCs of an enlisted airman who loses qualification in a former specialty for reasons over which the airman had control, who possesses no other awarded AFSC, and who is awaiting retraining action. Related DoD Occupational Subgroup: 192000.

9A200, Enlisted Airman Awaiting Discharge, Separation, or Retirement. Use this identifier to report control and primary AFSCs when an individual has lost qualification in a specialty, possesses no other awarded AFSC, and: Is being medically evaluated for retention; Is being processed for involuntary discharge; or Has an approved date of discharge, separation, or retirement within 6 months and has declined to obtain required retainability for retraining; or To report the control and duty AFSCs of an individual who is on leave awaiting appellate review of a court-martial conviction which includes unsuspended dismissal, dishonorable discharge, or bad conduct discharge (duty status code 52); or Has been determined ineligible for retraining due to retraining not being in the best interest of the Air Force.

9A300, Enlisted Airman Awaiting Discharge, Separation, or Retirement for Reasons Beyond Their Control. Use this identifier to report control and primary AFSCs when an individual has lost qualification in a specialty, possesses no other awarded AFSC, and: Is disqualified for reasons beyond their control, and is being medically evaluated for retention; or Is a second term or career enlisted airman who has an approved date of discharge, separation, or retirement (due to high year of tenure) within 18 months; or Has been determined ineligible for retraining due to retraining not being in the best interest of the Air Force.

9A400, Disqualified Airman, Return to Duty Program. An airman disqualified from all awarded AFSCs. The Air Force Clemency and Parole Board recommended entrance of the airman into the Return to Duty Program (AFI 31-205).

9C000, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control, and duty AFSCs of the individual performing as Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. The Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force serves as a member of the Commander-in-Chief's staff to advise and assist in matters concerning Air Force enlisted members. Mandatory Requirements for Entry: RI requires routine access to Top Secret material or similar environment. For award and retention of RI 9C000, completion of a current Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management.

9E000, Command Chief Master Sergeant. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control, and duty AFSCs of an individual performing full time as a Command Chief Master Sergeant adviser. The Command Chief Master Sergeant serves as a member of the commander's staff to advise and assist in matters concerning enlisted members of the command or organization.

9F000, First Term Airmen Center. (Established 31 Oct 00). Use this identifier to report the duty and control AFSCs of individuals performing full time duties in the FTAC. Individuals are responsible for day-to-day operation of the FTAC; managing activities of all assigned enlisted airmen; coordinating with base staff agencies and units to develop event and training schedules; and transitioning first duty station enlisted personnel from a training to a mission-oriented environment. Change individual’s duty and control AFSCs when actually assigned to a 9F000 position.

9G100, Group Superintendent. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control, and duty AFSCs of Chief Master Sergeants performing full time as a Group Superintendent. The Group Superintendent provides leadership and management in organizing, equipping, and training assigned personnel in subordinate squadrons to support the Air and Space Expeditionary Force construct. Manages and directs personnel resource activities. Interprets and enforces policies and applicable directives. Establishes control procedures to meet mission goals and standards. Recommends or initiates actions to improve organizational operation efficiency. Resolves issues between subordinate squadrons, other groups, wing staff, and outside agencies.

9J000, Prisoner. Use this identifier to report the duty AFSC of a prisoner in confinement who has not been dropped from roll.

9L000, Interpreter/Translator. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control and duty AFSCs of an enlisted airman performing duty as a foreign language interpreter or translator.

9P000, Patient. Use this identifier to report the duty AFSC of an enlisted airman assigned to a hospital in patient pipeline status. Do not change the control or awarded AFSCs.

9R000, Civil Air Patrol (CAP)-USAF Reserve Assistance NCO. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control, and duty AFSCs of Individual Ready Reserve enlisted members assigned duty to assist in mission accomplishment of military oversight and guidance to the Civil Air Patrol.

9S100, Technical Applications Specialist. Use this identifier to report the awarded (primary/2/3/4), control, and duty AFSCs of enlisted airmen that apply leading edge physical sciences to perform data collection, analysis, observation, study, experimentation, acquisition, maintenance, research and development, fielding of prototype and operational electronic sensors and systems on specialized geophysical, nuclear radiation, chemical, biological, electro-optic, radio-frequency, infrared discrimination, radar, and rapidly deployable and fixed airborne materials sampling platforms; and process and analyze scientific data; derive, develop, and report first-hand signature information to national command authorities and war fighters. The following are mandatory for Entry: A minimum score of 57 on the Electronic Data Processing Test (EDPT).
Specialty requires routine access to Top Secret material or similar environment. For award and retention of RI 9S100, completion of a current Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI) according to AFI 31-501, Personnel Security Program Management. NOTE: Award of this RI without a final SSBI is authorized provided an interim Top Secret security clearance has been granted according to AFI 31-501.

9T000, Basic Enlisted Airman. Use this identifier to report the primary, control, and duty AFSCs of an enlisted airman who has not been awarded an AFS and to report the duty of an enlisted airman attending basic training.

9T100, Officer Trainee. Use this identifier to report the control and duty AFSCs of an airman attending Officer Training School, the Airman Education and Commissioning Program, Technical Degree Sponsorship Program or Phases I and II of the Physician Assistant Training Program.

9T200, Precadet Assignee. Use this identifier to report the duty AFSC of an airman who is assigned duty as a precadet assignee.

9U000, Enlisted Airman Ineligible for Local Utilization. Use this identifier to report the control AFSC of an individual who has been determined ineligible to perform duty in an awarded AFSC at the current duty location and has been approved by HQ AFPC, Airman Assignments (DPAA), for retraining as a surplus airman. Only HQ AFPC/DPAA will update RI 9U000 in the personnel data system.

9U100, Unallotted Enlisted Authorization. Use this identifier to report those authorizations within bulk allotments of enlisted personnel that are not specifically allocated by AFS.

9W000, Wounded Warrior. Air Force Wounded Warrior (as defined in AFI 36-3032, Wounded Warrior Program) and no longer qualified in awarded AFSC(s).

9W200, Wounded Warrior, Tracking. Air Force Wounded Warrior (as defined in AFI 36-3032, Wounded Warrior Program) for tracking purposes. Apply to secondary and tertiary AFSC only.

9W300, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 3. Usage criterion is under development.

9W400, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 4. Usage criterion is under development.

9W500, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 5. Usage criterion is under development.

9W600, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 6. Usage criterion is under development.

9W700, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 7. Usage criterion is under development.

9W800, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 8. Usage criterion is under development.

9W900, Wounded Warrior, Tracking 9. Usage criterion is under development.

9X - Special Reporting Codes (2024)
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