Enlisted chiefs tell Congress pay fears are hurting morale
from Air Force Times
The military services' top enlisted leaders pointed out retirement confusion, housing deterioration and slow growth in overall compensation among top quality-of-life concerns for troops and families at a congressional hearing, where a California Democrat on the panel of lawmakers described his own expected $60,000 federal retirement as "not a lot" and said it's "unfair for people to say" military compensation is "just not enough."
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