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Air Force DEI Policy Revealed: Inside Scoop on Compliance Requirements

Air Force DEI Policy Revealed: Inside Scoop on Compliance Requirements

Insider Reveals Air Force's DEI Policy Requirements

Adherence to DEI Policies a Must for Air Force Members

A source from within the Air Force has disclosed that the military branch is mandating its airmen to comply with DEI (Diversity, Equity & Inclusion) policies. This revelation was part of a report by O’Keefe Media Group. The source, Jake Reyna, a DOD USAF Operations Research Analyst for the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, spoke to an undercover journalist from OMG. Reyna confirmed that DEI has become a crucial policy and personnel have adapted to leverage the system.

Manipulation of Job Titles to Bypass System

Reyna confessed that the Air Force has been manipulating job titles to circumvent the system and secure higher salaries for DEI personnel. He stated that this was in response to attempts by Republicans to reduce the government’s use of discriminatory DEI policies. Additionally, Reyna revealed that Air Force members who do not comply with DEI policies risk not qualifying for promotions, receiving reprimands, and potentially facing dishonorable discharge, which includes loss of all benefits.

Lack of Evidence for DEI Performance

When questioned about any data supporting the superior performance of DEIA candidates or troops compared to non-DEIA troops, Reyna admitted the absence of such data. He also expressed negative sentiments about white people, suggesting that they might weaken the military.

Air Force's Response to DEI Allegations

Following the release of OMG’s report, the US Air Force issued a statement clarifying that Reyna was not speaking on behalf of the Department of the Air Force. The revelations about the Air Force’s DEI policies have sparked a flurry of reactions on social media, with users expressing their views on the matter.

Conclusion

This revelation about the Air Force's DEI policies has certainly sparked a debate. It raises questions about the extent to which such policies should be enforced and the potential consequences of non-compliance. It also highlights the need for evidence-based decision making in such matters. What are your thoughts on this issue? Do you believe that DEI policies should be a prerequisite for promotion within the military? Share this article with your friends and join the discussion. Don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, delivered to your inbox every day at 6pm.

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