33rd FW Commander addresses retention survey results, improvement efforts

Col. Lance Pilch, 33rd Fighter Wing commander, shares the results of his one question retention survey at a commanders call April 15, 2016, that asked “I would stay in the Air Force longer if…” at Eglin Air Force Base. The colonel received 250 responses that outlined money, time, control or transparency in assignment processes, and leadership as issues impacting Airmen’s decisions to stay in the Air Force. The survey is meant to find factors Airmen feel need to change in the military to improve retention. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Andrea Posey)

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