Retention of Surface Warfare Officers is Improving, SWO Boss Says

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Officer retention within the surface warfare community is gradually increasing, and the service is eyeing several new initiatives to continue that trend, according to Vice Adm. Roy Kitchener, commander of Naval Surface Forces.

Surface warfare officers have historically departed their community at higher rates than the submarine and aviation communities, a Government Accountability Office report from 2021 found.

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