Meet your assignment officer (AO), who will now panel you for your next job, register you for the training you'll need and guide you through compliance with home leave rules and other requirements.
What does AO stand for?
AO stands for Assignment Officer
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 60 other meanings of AO in our Acronym Attic
- Arctic Ocean
- Arctic Oscillation
- Area of Operation
- Area Office
- Argentum Online
- Arkansas and Ozarks Railway
- Asia Onlus (Rome, Italy)
- Assembly Order
- Assessing Officer (tax; India)
- Assessment Objective
Samples in periodicals archive:
While serving as a logistics majors' assignment officer for 2 years, I was often asked what it is really like to work at the Army Human Resources Command (HRC).
In 1984, CPT Fast headed to Alexandria, Virginia where she served first as the MI Professional Development Officer, then as the Captain's Assignment Officer, MI Branch, and finally as the Special Operations Assignment Officer at the U.
MAJ Jake Jacobs and CPT Mike Eliassen are the current assignment officers moving to Fort Knox.
Perhaps most important, it serves as a mentoring tool for leaders at all levels and is an important personnel management guide for assignment officers, proponents, and HQDA selection board members.
In contrast to regular Air Force assignment officers, Reserve assignment facilitators do not force action; they only advise Airmen on options, matching their development team vectors.
Interested officers should speak to their commanders and contact their assignment officers at Human Resources Command.