Cost attrition: Army and Navy results for FY2008
Enns, John H.
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Enlisted attrition is usually defined as the failure to complete the contracted first enlistment term. Such departures from the military may be voluntary or involuntary and may result from a variety of circumstances. Regardless of the cause of attrition the services incur a cost when an individual leaves duty prematurely-the expenses involved in recruiting and training a replacement. This study presents an analysis of attrition patterns in Army and
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