attrition

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the wearing down of rock particles by friction due to water or wind or ice

sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation

a wearing down to weaken or destroy

the act of rubbing together

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Students who DOR from UPT because they did not enjoy flying or did not have the desire to fly accounted for half of the total DOR attritions.
UPT attrition according to type of pre-UPT training Outcome Status Number of Attritions (Rate per 1,000 students) Type of Total Training Flying and Student MED DOR Academic LOA Other UPT Starts 25-hour 4 33 29 13 0 630 IFS (6.
1) Seeking to minimize attrition from all causes, Air Education and Training Command (AETC) uses a variety of screening tools for selecting students.
Cumulatively (190 + 42 + 75) 49% of those responding are possible attritions between 1987-1999.
Attrition through retirement will not be as great in the support personnel category but is compounded by high incidence turnover in specific geographical areas where staff are typically more difficult to recruit.