Senior enlisted advisors: Uncertainty affects quality of life
from U.S. Department of Defense
Service members and their families are concerned about potential sequester-caused cuts to the military's budget and possible changes to quality of life, pay and compensation programs, the services' senior enlisted advisors told a House panel. The Army's senior enlisted leader said adequate funding is key to showing soldiers how much leadership cares. "Caring for our people builds trust, and trust is built with predictability," Dailey said. This, he said, "is the unwritten contract" between the American people, its leaders and the Army's soldiers and civilians.
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