Study shows half of U.S. Military members unhappy in their jobs

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  • Nancy Webster (wife of retired military)

    Mr. Mike Schindler (Kaci’s guest today) on why military members are so unhappy – sounds, to put it as kindly as possible, completely clueless. If he was in the military it couldn’t have lasted much more than a day, as he apparently has not a smidgen of understanding how important camaraderie, supportive, strong leadership, the ability to share ideas and concerns with peers and/or superiors without stepping on someone’s PC toes or hurting feelings, is to a strong, team and mission oriented military. Morale is hugely important to cohesiveness. Without it, you have troops who become rudderless and do not feel part of anything. When our Chaplains cannot counsel without the worry of being castigated, relieved or have negative comments placed in their official file; the troops who they are responsible for understand the stress and tension felt by the entire unit. All of these factors, including irresponsible, politically motivated commanders, place our entire military in danger.
    Mr. Schindler is the CFO of a contracted company. If he uses the word “right” one more time, I’m going to ralph!

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