The middle-term aggregate model is the component of the Air Force's Enlisted Force Management System that projects the aggregate enlisted force (total force across all specialties) for up to nine years into the future. The model can be used to analyze the structure and cost of the enlisted force that result from management choices related to accessions, reenlistment bonuses, early releases, and promotions. This Note provides detailed specification for the model, including its data structures, procedures, input screens, and output screens.
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