Service Personnel Chiefs raise concerns with retirement reforms
Speaking before a Senate Armed Services Committee panel on personnel posture, Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Personnel Lt. Gen. James McConville said he worried that the Army's noncommissioned officers would be less likely to benefit from retirement reforms designed to help troops who save over the course of their careers. "A lot of our young soldiers live paycheck to paycheck. And if they can't start saving early, they're going to have a tough time staying with the force when they get to 20, 25 years."
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