US Air Force to Implement Mandatory Diversity Quotas

I called it. Way back when, I called it.

According to this, the Air Force has announced that they will implement mandatory diversity quotas for filling key positions. Because if there’s ANYTHING that the military needs, it’s a stupid Cult of Social Justice diversity quota that ignores merit-based qualifications –

Air Force officials are intent on building upon a foundation of nine initiatives from 2015, in order to boost diversity.

Those nine initiatives weren’t enough to make the Air Force as diverse as desired, which is why it is taking more intensive steps in 2016.

The first new initiative mandates that at least one diverse candidate will have to be in the running for important developmental positions like aide-de camp, senior enlisted advisor and executive officer, among other roles.
“This initiative will require that the pool of Airmen considered for key military developmental positions… include at least one qualified, diverse candidate,” the Air Force’s new fact sheet reads, before going on to say that mandating diverse candidates in the selection pool does not mandate actually hiring that diverse candidate for the position.

Full article: You’d Better Sit Down For This One. I’m Serious.



4 responses to “US Air Force to Implement Mandatory Diversity Quotas

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  2. This just reinforces what has been going on for a long time in the military anyways…getting picked because of your race, getting promoted because of your race…total BS. What happened to setting the standard and not copying the Civilian World?