To develop and sustain an Air Force-wide CGO information network and hierarchy focused on professional development, base support, community service and esprit-de-corps; and advocating CGO officer issues and CGOC organizational status to senior USAF leaders.


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Welcome to our new site!

The Air Force Company Grade Officers' Council (CGOC) is an alliance of US Air Force Company Grade Officers (CGOs - Lieutenants and Captains). We have been established:

  • To promote the development of CGOs throughout the Air Force CGO regional structure.
  • To develop and maintain an informational network to enhance professional development, community service and camaraderie throughout all CGOCs Air Force-wide.
  • To provide a communication structure to deliver the pulse of the CGOs representative by the regional CGOCs to the Air Force Senior Management at the Air Staff.

We've set up this website to provide information to anyone interested in the CGOC - advisors, supervisors, family, friends, and of course - CGOs.

Be sure to check out our new web site! Hopefully, you'll find everything you need here. If you can't find what you need, or want to provide feedback, please let us know! You may also check us out on Facebook; Like us too!

CGOCs in the news

CGOCs are on the Move! The latest articles are available here.

Latest News - 24 April 2015


Latest News
  • Quarterly Updates
    • Congratulations to the Air Force CGO Council of the year Scott AFB from the Eastern Region and to the Air Force CGO Council CGO of the year Capt Amy Jacobson!! Check out the winning write-up!
    • Check out our most recent AFCGOC Newsletter!! Get ideas from other councils, hear stories of CGO successes, read the latest updates from the AFCGOC and around the globe!
    • For past Award Winners, winning write-ups and Quarterly Newsletters, click here.
  • It's election season for the AFCGOC. Nominations run from 1-14 May for the Chair, Vice Chair, and Executive Officer positions. Check out our AFCGOC Charter for official rules. Each person nominated will provide a brief biography, as well as a picture and a public release statement. Under no circumstances will a candidate be allowed to campaign for a position. The nomination form will be the only information distributed to the Regions for voting, unless information is needed for clarification. If a candidate is found to be campaigning for their position by contacting bases via phone or email and/or providing erroneous information on other candidates, that candidate will be immediately removed from the running and will not be allowed to run for a position for at least one year.

  • Need CGOC references or have CGOC questions? Check out the updated Resources page!
 

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