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While Chesters and Watson (2016) found that completion of an enabling program prior to a university program encouraged retention and completion of the first year of university, there is considerable evidence that mature-age students, who frequently take this pathway, are more likely than younger students to attrite (Moodie, 2016).
Why would they watch us build up our forces, knowing attack is imminent, when they can attrite our forces before we even bring them to bear?
When we observe that a particular population is less likely to attrite, we do not know whether this is because that population was screened extensively, and the riskier members of the population did not access or whether, as a whole, individuals who require that waiver type are simply less risky.
"In a case study we published entitled 'SunTrust Consumer Mobile Banking Value Analysis: Finally, Quantitative Results!', SunTrust Bank demonstrated that its mobile banking customers were on average 32 percent more profitable than its online customers, generated 19 percent more revenue, and were 53 percent less likely to attrite. Customers who used both mobile banking and online bill-pay illustrated even better results: Profitability was 53 percent greater than online users and attrition was 82 percent less.
Deception and concealment alone cannot guarantee success; they are complements to, rather than substitutes for, robust kinetic weapon systems that physically attrite sensors, weapons, platforms, and network infrastructures.
USAFRICOM's involvement has been credited with helping central African forces attrite the LRA to about 200 core fighters and about 600 supporters.
Participants who did not complete high school were more likely to attrite than were those who completed high school or above (p = .03).
What unions turned to (if they were not content to allow their jobs just to attrite, as they did in railroads, garment making, and sedating, among others) was to change their orientation away from aggressive organizing and tendentious labor disputes to more-businesslike maneuverings.
In the case of abrasive bodies, that strongly attrite the chute feeder, it is recommended a value of [lambda] close to 3.3.
This is a high rate but the sub-sample lost to attrition did not have any significantly different characteristics to those who did not attrite, and the researchers felt that the attrition was unrelated to patients' ART experiences.
The ultimate goal of the Taliban is not to attrite our own forces, but to erode public support in the West through isolated attacks.