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If you were to leave U.S. Air Force, what would be the reason?


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To be home with wife and kids.

Answered - Electrical Power Production Journeyman (Former Employee) - Warner Robins, GA

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Different desired direction in life

Answered - Air Force Optometry Technician (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX

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Answered - Munitions Systems Craftsman (Former Employee) - Bossier City, LA

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Supervision. Micromanagement. Lack of mentors and a dog eat dog mentality amongst upper management.

Answered - Weapons Load Crew Chief (Former Employee) - Undisclosed Location

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I left to pursue my passion in a music career.

Answered - Tactical Aircraft Maintainer (Former Employee) - Beale AFB, CA

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To get a higher education that I felt I couldn't have done while in, and I was frustrated that i didn't make more rank so i decided to leave.

Answered - Weapons Load Crew Member (Former Employee) - Luke AFB, AZ

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Most of the military doctors don't know what they are doing. Once you get to a small low manned base you are stuck there.

Answered - Logistics Manager (Former Employee) - United States

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High stress, low salary, education does not help advance career, location.

Answered - Missile Maintenance Team Chief (Current Employee) - F E Warren AFB, WY

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Retired. So glad I was able to retired because I receive an entitlement and other benefits.

Answered - Retired - NCOIC (Former Employee) - Andrews AFB, MD 20762

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Retiring after 20 years or want the ability to make more money.

Answered - Senior Manager Procurements (Current Employee) - Lackland AFB, TX

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