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The dynamic retention model for Air Force officers

new estimates and policy simulations of the aviator continuation pay program

by Michael G. Mattock

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Published by RAND Project Air Force in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Air Force -- Recruiting, enlistment, etc.,
  • United States. -- Air Force -- Pay, allowances, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael Mattock, Jeremy Arkes ; prepared for the United States Air Force.
    SeriesTechnical report -- TR-470-AF, Technical report (Rand Corporation) -- TR-470-AF.
    ContributionsArkes, Jeremy., Project Air Force (U.S.), United States. Air Force.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsUG883 .M38 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21038884M
    ISBN 100833041584
    ISBN 109780833041586
    LC Control Number2007027895

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    The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or the information, products, or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and morale, welfare and recreation sites, the Department of the Air Force does not exercise any editorial control over the.   These men and women, from pilot to crew, perform in-flight refueling aircrew functions and activities according to flight manuals, checklists, and United States Air Force publications. Consider the logistics involved in meeting another plane in the sky at 20, ft traveling + miles per hour.

    The Air Force’s projected force structure in is not capable of fighting and winning against this array of potential adversary capabilities. Developing and delivering air superiority for the highly contested environment in requires a multi-domain focus on capabilities and. SDOB: Secretary of Defense Orders Book SMDR: Structure and Manning Decision Review SRCA: Service -Retained, Combatant Command Aligned SSO: Synchronization Staff Officer SRM: Sustainable Readiness Model T & E: Test & Evaluation TAA: Total Army Analysis TADSS: Training aids, devices, simulations, and simulators TAPDB: Total Army Personnel Database.


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Dynamic Retention Model to create a version that models CEA retention profiles. CEAs are the Air Force’s enlisted flight crew and include a number of career fields or Air Force Specialty Codes (AFSCs) such as in-flight refueling, flight engineers, flight attendants. The dynamic retention model for Air Force officers: new estimates and policy simulations of the aviator continuation pay program / Michael Mattock, Jeremy Arkes.

Includes bibliographical references. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. United States. Air Force—Recruiting, enlistment, etc. United States. Rank is a function of when individuals join the Air Force, not of the talents an individual provides to the Air Force.

The industrialized nature of progress results in officers not being able to advance faster or slower than their peers any earlier than the first 12 years of one’s career, very rarely after that, and after most officers.

For a given-size pilot force, the determination of the efficient level of S&I pays and whether it is more cost-effective to train new pilots or retain those already in the force depends on the cost of training; personnel costs, including the cost of S&I pays; and, importantly, how responsive pilot retention behavior is to increases in Aviation.

Effects on Retention. The BRS can support a steady-state force and experience mix for all five armed services — the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, and Navy — that are quite close to the force size and mix under the legacy system for enlisted personnel and officers in.

Researchers used Rand’s Dynamic Retention Model to estimate decisions an officer would make to either stay or go, both on active duty and in the reserve component, each year over the course of a. Air Force leaders, retirees, alumni and friends who are interested in getting involved with outreach and development efforts happening across the country can contact the Air Force Diversity & Inclusion office using the following link: [email protected] The Air Force conducts three assignment episodes each year, coordinated entirely by the Air Force Personnel Center at Randolph Air Force Base, in Texas.

Across the globe, officers. The official website of the U.S. Air Force. delivers the latest breaking news and information on the U.S. Air Force including top stories, features, leadership, policies, and more.

For in-depth coverage, provides special reports, video, audio, and photo galleries. A Dynamic Econometric Retention Model (DERM) is designed for studying the effects of alternative compensation policies on the retention behavior of Air Force officers, including the Uniformed Services Retirement Modernization Act, the President's Commission on Military Compensation, and the Uniformed Services Retirement Benefits Act.

SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AIR FORCE INSTRUCTION 8 MAY Air Force Culture All commanding officers and others in authority in the Air Force are required: (1) to show in themselves a good example of virtue, honor, patriotism, and subordination; The AEF model provides an adaptable, agile force, able to respond to dynamic worldwide.

Tim Kane is an economist, a graduate of the Air Force Academy and veteran Air Force Intelligence officer. He is committed to serving our nation, and has chosen this book as a way of continuing to serve by challenging the existing policies Reviews: institutional Air Force; joint, intergovernmental, business, and international views).

Senior developmental education strengthens an Airman’s grasp of the complexities required to operate at this level of leadership. Strategic vision focuses on the effects an Airman can have across a major command, a theater, the Air Force, or even other.

A brevetted officer would receive financial compensation of the new rank while in a brevet status. The Brevet Promotion Program is intended to alleviate critical shortages of officers to better leverage the talents of junior officer, and to incentivize retention of those officer’s in whom the Army invested for education and experience.

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