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AF Climate Survey launches Oct. 1

RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- Airmen have the power to shape the future when the 2005 Air Force Climate Survey launches Oct. 1.

"The direction we take depends on you!" said Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Gerald Murray. "The motto of the 2005 Climate Survey, 'Speak Today, Shape Tomorrow,' accurately reflects the impact this survey has on our Air Force. It's your chance to provide honest and straight forward answers to issues that directly affect you and your fellow Airmen. Your identity is protected and every response is reviewed for consideration."

The survey, offered every two years since 1997, measures how people feel about leadership, supervision, training, recognition and other aspects of the Air Force. This year's survey also measures enduring competencies such as effective communication, teamwork, judgment and adaptation under pressure.

The survey provides a total force perspective and includes active-duty members, civilians, the Air Force Reserve Command and Air National Guard.

The survey runs through Nov. 23 and can be completed online anytime during the survey period from either a government or personal computer. The survey can be found at https://afclimatesurvey.af.mil/. (Courtesy of Air Force Manpower Agency Public Affairs)



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