Our life in the RAF – Views from RAF Personnel and Families

Image of an RAF policeman and his dog completing one of the RAF FF's online surveys using a tablet at a Families Day

We need your help as RAF personnel, together with your partners by completing this five-minute online survey. All aimed at influencing future policy changes on your life in the RAF.

Our short survey has been completed already by some of you at Station Families Days and if that was you – thank you for your time in sharing your comments.

The aim of this survey is to gather anonymous information about some of the issues that you as RAF personnel and your families frequently report through the Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey (AFCAS) or Families Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS) that have received negative or poor responses.  Responses from individuals will not be identified and the survey has a routing plan based on responses that should take no longer than five minutes, unless more detail to specific questions is offered.

Participation is entirely voluntary. All input will be helping us to make positive changes from RAF personnel and families. All input will be built into a formal report which will be circulated to the Senior Leadership of the RAF as well as MOD and other government departments.

Confidentiality

All responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and are completely anonymous.  Your individual responses will only be seen by selected individuals within the RAF Families Federation involved in the project, however some individual anonymous anecdotal data may be quoted in future RAF families Federation reports.

Taking part

Serving Regular, Reserve personnel and spouses/partners are encouraged to participate.

Questions

Contact Evidence Manager, Richard Coleman if you have any questions or issues relating to this survey.

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