Attitude Survey of Military Family Housing Occupants, Hawaii 1985.
Final rept. Jan-Oct 85,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps personnel assigned in Hawaii and living in military family housing were surveyed for their opinions and attitudes about their housing and support facilities and services. Topics covered included General Satisfaction and Perceived Living Conditions Policies, Procedures, and Operations Facilities Maintenance Services and Self-help Security Communications and Housing Referral and Temporary Lodging Allowance TLA. Results showed that 68 percent of the service members were generally satisfied with their present housing unit. Problems were identified with some housing office procedures, with rule enforcement, maintenance delays and nonresponse, pesticide spraying, and quarters security. Respondents were generally satisfied with most aspects of self-help, housing referral, and TLA that were measured.
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