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Command seeks greater climate survey participation

ROBINS AIR FORCE BASE, Ga. -- Air Force Reserve Command leaders want everyone in the command – military and civilian – to participate in the 2005 Air Force Climate Survey.

The survey runs from Oct. 1 to Nov. 23.

“Last year was the first time AFRC participated in the survey, and the results were tremendous,” said Lt. Gen. John A. Bradley, AFRC commander. “The 33-percent participation rate sent a clear message that our people are committed to improving the Air Force.

“This year our goal is 100-percent participation across the command,” he said.
The purpose of the survey is to make things better for people and their organizations. The survey measures how people feel about leadership, supervision, training, recognition and other aspects of the Air Force. This year’s survey also covers enduring competencies such as effective communication, teamwork, judgment and adaptation under pressure.

“Since the survey software protects one’s identity, I encourage everyone to be honest and straightforward in their responses,” said Chief Master Sgt. Jackson A. Winsett, AFRC command chief master sergeant. “The survey data will be as good as the respondents make it. It’s our opportunity to stand up and be counted.”

The survey can be completed online at https://afclimatesurvey.af.mil/ anytime during the survey period from either a government or personal computer.
Results of the survey will be released in February to unit leaders. (AFRC News Service)