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It describes demographic characteristics of applicants, accessions, enlisted personnel, and officers, and includes information on the socioeconomic characteristics of the neighborhoods of FY11 accessions.
Military pay in the United States is at an all-time high, but for enlisted personnel and their families in particular, it is by no means a fortune -- especially in the face of rising food, fuel and day-care costs.
It has 224 housing units for enlisted personnel, 718 units for noncommissioned officers and 287 units, including 7 villas, for officers.
At right is a snapshot of Fleet Supply enlisted personnel currently filling "any rate" billets.
Of these polled, 11 percent of enlisted personnel describe their financial condition as "keeping my head above water" or "in over my head.
In addition, nurse training could be offered to current officers and enlisted personnel, the QRMC stated.
Other uniform changes include authorization for all personnel to wear a combat-service identification badge and for enlisted personnel to wear distinctive unit insignia on the shoulder loops of the blue coat.
This volunteer position is open to retired Air Force officers or enlisted personnel who wish to serve as the Air Force chief of staff's personal liaison with the Air Force retiree community.