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Navy Personnel Leaders Tie Uptick in Sailor Stress to Manning Shortfalls


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It is a truth universally acknowledged by Navy leadership that the sea service has a manning problem , and a stress one.

The Navy missed its recruiting goal for enlisted sailors by approximately 7,000 sailors; its gap at sea among junior sailors is at 22,000. A recent report on the Navy’s Health of the Force Survey found that two of every five enlisted sailors, up to E-6, reported experiencing severe or extreme stress.

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