The annual Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey provides the Ministry of Defence and the single services with information to help shape policies for training, support, and the terms and conditions of service…

The Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey is one of the main ways to gather information on the views and experiences of service personnel. The latest survey was distributed to a sample of 28,814 trained UK Regular Armed Forces personnel between September 2018 and February 2019 using both online and paper questionnaires.

Overall, 12,102 responses were received, representing a response rate of 42%. These were split across the services as follows:

47% – RAF

40% – Army

48% – Royal Marines

37% – Royal Navy

Topics covered in the 2019 Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey included:

  • Morale, Commitment and Engagement
  • Working with Others
  • Leadership and Managing Change
  • Deployment
  • Allowances, Pay and JPA
  • Future Plans
  • Training, Development and Career
  • Fairness at Work
  • Work/Life Balance
  • Accommodation and Catering
  • Health, Fitness and Welfare
  • Family Life and Being Part of Society

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