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Navy Exceeding FY 2023 Sailor Retention Goals, Says Q1 Data


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The Navy exceeded retention goals for Fiscal Year 2022 and is on track to beat them in Fiscal Year 2023, according to data from the Office of the Chief of Naval Personnel obtained by USNI News.

The sea service finished the fiscal year at 107 percent of its goal for retaining sailors in Zone A, which is sailors with one month of service through six years, Lt. Rachel Maul, a spokesperson for the Chief of Naval Personnel office, told USNI News. For Zone B, or sailors with six to 10 years of service, the Navy met 106 percent of its goal. For Zone C, which is sailors that have 10-14 years of service, the sea service hit 109 percent of its goal.

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