Workforce, Development, and Health Program

A 43rd Fighter Generation Squadron team lifts an AIM-9 Sidewinder during the unit’s weapons load competition at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., Feb. 11, 2022

Photo by Samuel King Jr./U.S. Air Force

Workforce, Development, and Health (WDH) examines the Department of the Air Force’s workforce size and composition, and it addresses the best ways to define, sustain, renew, deliver, and coordinate critical workforces. WDH also considers personnel development, such as training, job opportunities, and career advancement, and it analyzes the physical and mental health of the workforce. WDH's research encompasses the total workforce: active-duty, guard, reserve, civilian, and contractor personnel.

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This quarter’s newsletter includes items on sexual assault and harassment, recruiting and retention, and a new approach to space force acquisitions, among other topics key to Air Force workforce issues.

Read the October 2022 Newsletter

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