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any adversary, anywhere. >> you talk about a high-end adversary -- >> russia or china, for example. >> general wilson, the air force cos has stated 50,000 airmen have left their force while missions have grown, so there is a math problem. the air force is too big for the resources available but far too small for with the nation demands of it. can you explain the implications of reduced readiness and impacts on morale and retention? can you talk about the plan to increase readiness in future years and also what steps are being taken by the air force to meet the requirements for more technically capable recruits for areas like space, cyber, isr, and nuclear? >> those are all fantastic questions. let me start with the last one. we are in competition. we want the best talent america has to offer and the great news is we're getting great talent. it will continue to be a challenge as we go forward because we have to be able to attract america's best and brightest. they have got to see that what we do is different, and i think we can connect with the american public about the value of our
. >> when you talk about a high-end adversary, you're talking about -- >> a russia or a china, for example. >> okay. general wilson, the air force cos has stated that 50,000 airmen have left the air force while missions have grown. so there's a math problem. and that the air force is too big for the resources available, but far too small for what the nation demands of it. can you explain the implications of reduced readiness and the impacts on morale and retention. i think one of you want it's getting in the front end that's okay but keeping them is a major problem. can you talk about the air force's plan to increase readiness in future years and also what steps are being taken by the air force to beat the requirements for more technically capable recruits for areas like space, cyber, isr and nuclear? >> senator, those are all fantastic questions. let me maybe start with the last one. so we -- we were in competition. we want the best talent america has to offer, and the good news is, we're getting great talent. it's going continue to be a challenge as we go forward and grow force,
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