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Promote an environment free from personal, social, or institutional barriers that prevent service members from rising to the highest level of responsibility possible. Members shall be evaluated only by individual merit, fitness, and capability.
United States Air Force
The Air Force will conduct its affairs free from unlawful discrimination and sexual harassment. It provides equal opportunity and treatment for all members irrespective of their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, (and in the case of civilian employees, age and handicapping conditions) except as prescribed by statute or policy.
Whenever discrimination is found, the Air Force immediately eliminates it and neutralizes the effect. Commanders and supervisors who are aware of unlawful discrimination by subordinates, but fail to take action, may be disciplined.
Unlawful discrimination against Air Force personnel or their family members, on or off base, will not be tolerated.
AFI 36-2707 promotes non-discrimination in programs and activities assisted or conducted by the Department of the Air Force.
AFI 33-332 / Air Force Privacy Act Program
AFI 36-704 / Discipline and Adverse Actions
AFI 36-2706 / EO Program
AFI 36-2909 / Professional and Unprofessional Relations
AFI 51-903 / Dissident and Protest Activities
AFI 90-301 / Inspector General Complaints
AFPD 36-12 / Dispute Resolution
AFPD 26-27 / Equal Opportunity
AFPD 36-70 / Diversity
Executive Order 11246
Executive Order 11375A
Executive Order 11375B
Executive Order 11375C
DODD 7050.6 / Military Whistle Blower Protection
DODI 1300.17 / Accommodation of Religious Practices
DODI 1325.6 / Guidelines for Handling Dissident and Protest Activities
DoD Human Goals Proclamation
Ms. Pamala W. Jackson